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Jethro Tull - Around The World Live (2013)
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Jethro Tull - Around The World Live (2013)



INFO:

Jethro Tull are a British rock group formed in 1967. Their music is
characterised by the lyrics, vocals and flute work of Ian Anderson, who
has led the band since its founding, and guitarist Martin Barre, who has
been with the band since 1969.Initially playing blues rock with an
experimental flavour, they have also incorporated elements of classical
music, folk music, jazz and art rock into their music.One of the world's
best-selling music artists, the band has sold more than 60 million
albums worldwide in a career that has spanned five decades.

During the early 1970s Jethro Tull went from a progressive blues band to
one of the largest concert draws in the world. In concert, the band was
known for theatricality and long medleys with brief instrumental
interludes. While early Jethro Tull shows featured a manic Anderson with
bushy hair and beard dressed in tattered overcoats and ragged clothes,
as the band became bigger he moved towards varied costumes. This
culminated with the War Child tour's oversized codpiece and colourful
costume.

Other band members joined in the dress-up and developed stage personae.
Bassist Glenn Cornick always appeared in vest and headband, while his
successor Jeffrey Hammond eventually adopted a black-and-white
diagonally-striped suit (and similarly striped bass guitar, electric
guitar, and string bass).

It was a 'zebra look', and at one point a two-manned zebra came out
excreting ping pong balls into the audience while both performers moved
forcefully around their stage areas. John Evan dressed in an all-white
suit with a neck-scarf of scarlet with white polka-dots; described as a
"sad clown" type with extremely oversized shoes, he joined in the
theatrics by galumphing back and forth between Hammond Organ and grand
piano (placed on opposite sides of the stage in the Thick as a Brick
tour) or by such sight-gags as pulling out a flask and pretending to
drink from it during a rest in the music. Barriemore Barlow's stage
attire was a crimson tank-top and matching runner's shorts with rugby
footgear, and his solos were marked by smoke-machines and enormous
drumsticks. Martin Barre was the island of calm amongst the madmen, with
Anderson (and sometimes Evan) crowding him and making faces during his
solos.

Jethro Tull's 2010 concert tour takes them to Austria, Germany, Greece,
Israel, Italy, Norway and Switzerland in July and August, Armenia and
the UK in September and North America October through November.

TRACKLIST:

DISC ONE:
Isle Of Wight, England, 1970: (00:13:45)

1. My Sunday Feeling
2. My God

Ian Anderson
Martin Barre
Clive Bunker
Glenn Cornick
John Evan

Tampa, Florida, USA, 1976: (01:01:40)

01. Quartet (intro)
02. Thick As A Brick
03. Wond’ring Aloud
04. Crazed Institution
05. Barre (instrumental) / Drum Solo
06. Medley: To Cry You A Song / A New Day Yesterday / Bourée / God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
07. Living In The Past / Thick As A Brick
08. A New Day Yesterday (reprise)
09. Too Old To Rock ‘n’ Roll, Too Young To Die
10. Minstrel In The Gallery
11. Extract from Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 (Molto Vivace)

Ian Anderson
Barriemore Barlow
Martin Barre
John Evan
John Glascock

Munich, Germany, 1980: (00:45:08)

1. Aqualung
2. Dark Ages
3. Home
4. Orion
5. Too Old To Rock ‘n’ Roll, Too Young To Die
6. Cross-eyed Mary
7. Minstrel In The Gallery
8. Locomotive Breath
9. Dambusters March

Ian Anderson
Barriemore Barlow
Martin Barre
John Evan
David Palmer
Dave Pegg

DISC TWO:

Dortmund, Germany, 1982: (00:10:43)

1. Pussy Willow
2. Heavy Horses

Ian Anderson
Martin Barre
Gerry Conway
Dave Pegg
Peter Vettese

Loreley, Germany, 1986: (00:06:30)

1. Black Sunday

Ian Anderson
Martin Barre
Dave Pegg
Doane Perry
Peter Vettese

Santiago, Chile, 1996: (00:59:33)

01. Roots To Branches
02. Rare And Precious Chain
03. Thick As A Brick
04. In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff
05. Dangerous Veils
06. Aqualung / Aquadiddly
07. Nothing Is Easy
08. Bourée
09. In The Moneylenders’ Temple
10. My God
11. Locomotive Breath

DISC THREE:

Hilversum, Holland, 1999: (00:32:10)
1. Some Day The Sun Won’t Shine For You
2. Thick As A Break
3. Locomotive Breath
4. The Secret Language Of Birds
5. Dot Com
6. Fat Man
7. Bourée
8. In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff

London, England, 2001: (00:11:59)

1. Cross-eyed Mary
2. Hunt By Numbers
3. My Sunday Feeling

Leamington Spa, England 2001 (00:11:59)

1. My Sunday Feeling

Montreux, Switzerland, 2003: (00:14:41)

1. Some Day The Sun Won’t Shine For You
2. Life Is A Long Song
3. Living In The Past

Interview 1999 (00:14:26)

DISC FOUR:

Lugano, Switzerland, 2005: (01:40:23)
01. Aqualung Intro
02. For A Thousand Mothers
03. Nothing Is Easy
04. Jack In The Green
05. Serenade To A Cuckoo
06. Beggar’s Farm
07. Boris Dancing
08. Weathercock
09. We Five Kings
10. Up To Me
11. Bourée
12. Mother Goose
13. Empty Café
14. Farm On The Freeway
15. Hymn 43
16. A New Day Yesterday
17. Budapest
18. Aqualung
19. Locomotive Breath
20. Protect And Survive
21. Cheerio

Ian Anderson
Martin Barre
Andy Giddings
Jonathan Noyce
Doane Perry

INFO:

DVD1
Video: NTSC 4:3 (720x480); MPEG Video; 6071 Kbps VBR; 29,970 fps
Audio1: AC-3, 192 kbps; 48 kHz; 2 ch
Audio2: AC-3, 448 kbps; 48 kHz; 6 ch
Audio3: DTS; 1510 kbps; 48 kHz; 6 ch

DVD2
Video: NTSC 4:3 (720x480); MPEG Video; 14,4 Mbps VBR; 29,970 fps
Audio1: AC-3, 192 kbps; 48 kHz; 2 ch
Audio2: AC-3, 448 kbps; 48 kHz; 6 ch
Audio3: DTS; 1510 kbps; 48 kHz; 6 ch

DVD3
Video: NTSC 16:9 / 4:3 (720x480); MPEG Video; 7319 Kbps VBR; 29,970 fps
Audio1: AC-3, 192 kbps; 48 kHz; 2 ch
Audio2: AC-3, 448 kbps; 48 kHz; 6 ch
Audio3: DTS; 1510 kbps; 48 kHz; 6 ch

DVD4
Video: NTSC 16:9 (720x480); MPEG Video; 7220 Kbps VBR; 29,970 fps
Audio1: AC-3, 192 kbps; 48 kHz; 2 ch
Audio2: AC-3, 448 kbps; 48 kHz; 6 ch
Audio3: DTS; 1510 kbps; 48 kHz; 6 ch



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Jethro Tull - Around The World Live (2013) [4DVD-BoxSet]



Video: PAL, MPEG-2, 720 x 576 at 25.000 fps | Audio: Portuguese, AC-3 2ch. at 448 Kbps, AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps
Genre: Rock | Label: Eagle Rock | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 3 Jun 2013 | Runtime: 392 min. | 23,93 GB (4xDVD9)
Subtitles: French, German, Spanish

One of the “strange decisions in rock” in recent years has been that of Ian
Anderson to seemingly cast off his first lieutenant: Martin Lancelot
Barre. It seems that his trusty cohort since 1969 hasn’t really had a
proper explanation either but as time goes on it is evidently more
permanent than we may have suspected. The first major post-Barre project
is ‘Thick As A Brick’ the updated version is the subject of Anderson’s
appearance on 30 June at the Royal Albert Hall and there is talk already
of a new Tull album next year but without the long-serving guitarist.
This makes this 4 DVD/Book set all the more poignant and the 2005 Swiss
gig almost writes a line under the band’s more recent history. This
collection also highlights the gently revolving door of musicians over a
40 year period 28 in all. Perhaps ironically the faithful Barre
remains the one constant at Ian’s side. But 30 years earlier, the 1976
Tampa concert (approx. 1 hour) reiterates Anderson’s dominant role in
proceedings and throughout much of the gig there is little footage of
the rest of the band. We learn (in the somewhat laboured explanation in
the accompanying book) that this is because it is taken from video that
was shot purely for large screen projection at the gig. There have been
several historical collections of Tull’s music over the years but this
compilation of purely video material with an extended essay is a first.
Inevitably there is duplication and a setlist that always includes the
hardy perennials from 1971′s ‘Aqualung’.
Joel McIver’s essay sticks fairly rigidly to charting the musical
development of the band from the 1970 Isle Of Wight Festival and much of
what he writes is fairly subjective (and disposable) although spiced
with comments from Anderson to provide continuity and some insight.
Perhaps contributions from other band members and associates would have
added a bit more colour and depth to this commentary. Given that
McIver’s essay was completed in March of this year it is somewhat
unforgiveable that Barre’s current absence is not more fully explored.
Disc 2 includes a previously unseen 60 minute set from Santiago in Chile
in 1996 along with 1980s German TV footage whilst Discs 3 and 4 include
excerpts from gigs in Holland (1999 including a 14 minute interview),
England (2001) and Switzerland (Montreux, 2003) with a particularly fine
version of ‘Living In The Past’. The collection is rounded off with a
full-length 2005 Lugano gig filmed by Swiss TV that has never been
commercially available. Although the last time I looked the full
concert was on YouTube. What we should all be thankful for is that
enough varied footage has emerged as by his own admission Anderson
doesn’t like cameras or cameramen. The 1980 Munich TV concert (45 mins)
is interspersed with an interview with a pipe-puffing Anderson which,
if anything, highlights he has always been a bit impatient with
interviewers too. In addition, it seems that throughout the band’s
earlier career there has been a reluctance from management to film
complete performances.
This is a reasonably priced collection which should be tempting for both
Tullophiles and the more curious who may wish to catch up with the
band’s visual history. The hardcore should be warned that there is some
recycling from previous releases including 2008′s ‘Jack In The Green’.
The conspicuous absence of a BBC ‘Sight And Sound’ concert from 1977 and
also footage from the band’s appearance at High Voltage Festival in
2011 filmed in HD by Sky Arts, suggests that this visual compilation may
not be the definitive version.

Tracklist:
Disc One
Isle Of Wight, England, 1970:

01. My Sunday Feeling
02. My God
Tampa, Florida, USA, 1976:
01. Quartet (intro)
02. Thick As A Brick
03. Wond’ring Aloud
04. Crazed Institution
05. Barre (instrumental) / Drum Solo
06. Medley: To Cry You A Song / A New Day Yesterday / Bourée / God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
07. Living In The Past / Thick As A Brick
08. A New Day Yesterday (reprise)
09. Too Old To Rock ‘n’ Roll, Too Young To Die
10. Minstrel In The Gallery
11. Extract from Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 (Molto Vivace)
Munich, Germany, 1980:
01. Aqualung
02. Dark Ages
03. Home
04. Orion
05. Too Old To Rock ‘n’ Roll, Too Young To Die
06. Cross-eyed Mary
07. Minstrel In The Gallery
08. Locomotive Breath
09. Dambusters March

Disc Two
Dortmund, Germany, 1982:

01. Pussy Willow
02. Heavy Horses
Loreley, Germany, 1986:
01. Black Sunday
Santiago, Chile, 1996:
01. Roots To Branches
02. Rare And Precious Chain
03. Thick As A Brick
04. In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff
05. Dangerous Veils
06. Aqualung / Aquadiddly
07. Nothing Is Easy
08. Bourée
09. In The Moneylenders’ Temple
10. My God
11. Locomotive Breath

Disc Three
Hilversum, Holland, 1999:

1. Some Day The Sun Won’t Shine For You
2. Thick As A Break
3. Locomotive Breath
4. The Secret Language Of Birds
5. Dot Com
6. Fat Man
7. Bourée
8. In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff
London, England, 2001:
1. Cross-eyed Mary
2. Hunt By Numbers
3. My Sunday Feeling
Montreux, Switzerland, 2003:
1. Some Day The Sun Won’t Shine For You
2. Life Is A Long Song
3. Living In The Past

Disc Four
Lugano, Switzerland, 2005:

01. Aqualung Intro
02. For A Thousand Mothers
03. Nothing Is Easy
04. Jack In The Green
05. Serenade To A Cuckoo
06. Beggar’s Farm
07. Boris Dancing
08. Weathercock
09. We Five Kings
10. Up To Me
11. Bourée
12. Mother Goose
13. Empty Café
14. Farm On The Freeway
15. Hymn 43
16. A New Day Yesterday
17. Budapest
18. Aqualung
19. Locomotive Breath
20. Protect And Survive
21. Cheerio

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- Direct Scene Access
- Interactive Menu







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