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Jethro Tull - Live At Madison Square Garden 1978 (2009)
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Jethro Tull - Live At Madison Square Garden 1978 (2009) [CD+DVD] {Chrysalis}

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© 2009 Chrysalis / EMI | 50999 9 67920 2 5
Rock / Prog Rock / Art Rock

Sporting the cover of the CD/DVD set is a very strange looking Ian Anderson with a
typically normally looking Martin Barre. Anderson looks like he is
getting ready to do something perverted with his flute again. Glad to
know 31 years on nothing much has changed in that respect. Live At
Madison Square Garden (CD/DVD) is one of several live Jethro Tull DVD's
that have become available over the last few years. I am glad that I
didn't miss this one because it's a real gem. It contains a 93 minute
concert recording in 5.1 DTS (96/24) surround sound (+Dolby Digital 5.1
& LPCM 2.0) and within all of that is 50 minutes of video footage
from the groundbreaking (an often over used term in music but in this
case true) of an international broadcast via satellite on October 9,
1978. The CD is a 78 minute edited stereo version of the concert. The
only difference in tracks between the two is the "Bagpipe Intro" on the
DVD and obviously the visual impact of a live Jethro Tull performance
that is so strikingly brought to life again.

The camera work is typical from the 70's, the usual pulling in and out in an annoying
way but other than that it is a quality video in an astounding 5.1
surround sound bringing it to present day specs in respect to auditory
pleasures. The CD's sound is very good as well sounding full and crisp
in stereo.

I never saw JT during this time period and wish I did. I have seen them
three times now in 00's and with each passing year Anderson's voice
deteriorates, which is normal I would think after performing for over 40
years. In any event I would still go see them live at the drop of a hat
because they are as sharp as ever musically and Ian is always very

In 1978 JT were in their prime with presenting tracks from period albums
like War Child, Minstrel In The Gallery, Too Old Too Rock 'N' Roll: Too
Young Too Die!, Songs From The Wood and Heavy Horses. Not to mention
the multitude of legendary releases prior to that. Their performances
never lacked substance or moments of exhilaration. With all of that
great material to draw that from it is no wonder. This performance is
exceptional and the reproduction in sound and vision is really
extraordinary when you take all points into consideration. I actually
did not expect it to be that good but was also disappointed how it ended
so abruptly like someone pulled the plug (gremlins in the sat com). No
doubt this was due to many factors of the day that came into play which I
am sure would not be a concern with today's technologies. The booklet
is rather skimpy yet an adequate overview. This would not be a suitable
addition for a casual rock fan's collection but a must for hardcore JT
fans like yours truly.

Highlights include some incredible solo takes from Barre and innovative
flute playing from Anderson. A typically superb Jethro Tull performance
after all is said and done. It would have been a nicer package to
treasure if there were some interviews with the band members and bonus
treats that I have become so spoiled in expecting but I love this band
and this reminded of why. Even though they could of done so much more
(and maybe they still will) with the presentation and packaging of this
important event it is easy to forgive all the inadequacies when you
simply love the music and it brings you so much joy.

DVD Disc

DVD-1 Sweet Dream (Audio Only)
DVD-2 One Brown Mouse (Audio Only)
DVD-3 Heavy Horses (Audio Only)
DVD-4 Opening
DVD-5 Thick As A Brick
DVD-6 No Lullaby (Including Flute Solo)
DVD-7 Songs From The Wood
DVD-8 Band Intro
DVD-9 Quatrain
DVD-10 Aqualung
DVD-11 Locomotive Breath (Including Dambusters March)
DVD-12 Too Old To Rock 'N' Roll: Too Young To Die
DVD-13 My God/Cross-Eyed Mary
DVD-14 Locomotive Breath (Encore) (Including Dambusters March)

Bonus CD - Audio Only
CD-1 Sweet Dream
CD-2 One Brown Mouse
CD-3 Heavy Horses
CD-4 Thick As A Brick
CD-5 No Lullaby (Including Flute Solo)
CD-6 Songs From The Wood
CD-7 Quatrain
CD-8 Aqualung
CD-9 Locomotive Breath (Including Dambusters March)
CD-10 Too Old To Rock 'N' Roll: Too Young To Die
CD-11 My God/Cross-Eyed Mary

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