JETHRO TULL

  1. A New Day Yesterday (compilation)
    Tracks 1-3) BBC Top Gear, September 22nd, 1968
    4-6) BBC Top Gear, November 5th, 1968
    7) not mentioned
    8-10) BBC Top Gear, June 22nd, 1969
    11-13) BBC Top of the Pops 1969
    14 and 16) Newport Pop Festival, California, June 21st, 1969
    15) Fillmore West, (May 1st?) 1970
    17-18) BBC Radio 1968.
    "One For John Gee" is listed as "Instrumental 1968". Also released as Fat Man.
    1 disc / source varies A-
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  2. For Jeffrey, The Poobah (compilation)
    Taken from various official released CDs and CD-Singles.
    Tracks 1-2 taken from 1968 UK 7" Single miscredited to 'Jethro Toe'
    Track 3 is B-Side from 1968 UK 7" single
    Track 4 is B-Side from 1968 UK 7" single
    Track 5 is B-Side fro 1969 UK 7" single
    Track 6 is A-Side from 1969 UK 7" single
    Track 7 is B-Side from 1969 UK 7" single
    Track 8 is B-Side from 1976 UK 7" single
    Track 9 is B-Side from 1977 UK 7" single
    Track 10 is B-Side from 1975 UK 7" single
    Tracks 11-13 are from 1987 UK CD-Single
    Track 14 is from 1991 UK CD-Single
    Tracks 15-16 are from 1991 US CD-Single
    Track 17 is taken from 1993 UK CD-Single
    Track 18 is taken from 1993 UK 7" single
    Track 19 is taken from 1993 UK CD-Single
    Track 20 recorded live in Philadelphia 1991
    Track 21 taken from withdrawn 1971 UK 7" single.
    1 disc / Studio-SBD A
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  3. Where's Jethro?? (compilation)
    Tracks 1 through 5 recorded at the Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL, August 16th, 1970.
    "By Kind Permission Of" not listed on the cover.
    Tracks 6 through 14 are not Jethro Tull but its predecessor, the John Evan Band.
    Recorded in 1966, and probably copied from the A New Day
    AND CD1 The John Evan Band Live '66 released in November 1990.
    1 disc / SBD A-
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  4. Gold Tipped Boots (compilation)
    Tracks 1 - 8 recorded live at Electric Lady Studios August 20, 1991
    Tracks 9 - 13 recorded live in LA 1980
    Tracks 14 - 15 taken from the "20 Years Of Jethro Tull Box Set"
    Tracks 16 - 17 taken from BBC Radio 1968
    track 18 taken from "20 Years Of Jethro Tull Box Set"
    Track 19 recorded live in Stockholm, January 9th 1969
    1 disc / SBD A
    Note: "Sunshine Day" is incorrectly written as "Sunshine Boy" on back cover.
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  5. Complete BBC Sessions 1968/1969
    Tracks 1 - 5 from 'BBC Top Gear' September 22 1968
    Tracks 6 - 11 from 'BBC Top Gear' November 5 1968
    Tracks 12 - 20 from 'BBC Top Gear' June 22 1969
    Tracks 21 - 25 from various sources
    1 disc / FM? A-
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  6. The Late show
    Recorded live in Stockholm, Sweden, January 9th 1969.
    This is the second show. "To Be Sad Is A Mad Way To Be"
    incorrectly written as "To Be Sad As A Man Will Be"
    on back cover.
    1 disc / SBD B+
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  7. Fairy-Tales From The Pawn Shop
    Festhalle
    Frankfurt, Germany
    February 21, 1970 (date on artwork is incorrect)
    1 disc / AUD B+
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  8. By A Benefit Of Wight
    Isle of Wight Festival
    August 30, 1970
    1 disc / SBD A-
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  9. Live At The Seaside!
    Artwork says "Live in Jacksonville, October 6, 1970"
    Jethro Tull Bootography says "Pirate release of CD2
    from the 25th Anniversary Box Set. Recorded at the
    Carnegie Hall, New York, November 4th, 1970".
    1 disc / SBD A
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  10. It's Only Me
    Civic Opera House
    Chicago, Illinois
    April 2, 1971
    1 disc / AUD B
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  11. Wind Up In Dallas
    Recorded at the Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX, July 2nd, 1971
    1 disc / SBD B
    Note: "Bourée", "Locomotive Breath" and "Hot-headed English Gentleman" not listed on cover.
    Released in a card sleeve with different colours; red, blue, green and yellow.
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  12. Boston Gardens
    Boston, Mass
    November 15, 1971
    1 disc / AUD B
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  13. My God
    Essen Grugahalle
    Essen, Germany
    January 21, 1972
    1 disc / AUD A-
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  14. Pile Of Bricks
    Koseinenkin-Kaikan (Sinjuku Hall)
    Tokyo, Japan
    July 15, 1972
    2 discs / AUD B++
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  15. Live May 1973
    Recorded live at Hampton, Norfolk Scope April 22, 1972 and May 11, 1973.
    Taken from the LP bootleg with the same name.
    This is a Limited Edition CD of 2000 copies, each individually numbered.
    The first 700 copies come with a large poster.
    Track 2 (Thick As A Brick) is incorrectly listed as "Wind Up" on the cover.
    1 disc / AUD A-
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  16. Seattle Center Coliseum
    Seattle, Washington
    July 26, 1973
    2 discs / AUD B- (distant, echoey with upclose audience chatter)
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  17. Rainbow Theatre
    London, UK
    November 16, 1974
    1 disc / AUD B
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  18. Days Of Giving
    Recorded at LA Colosseum, Los Angeles, CA, August 15, 1976
    1 disc / SBD A-
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  19. Dorothy Chandelier Pavilion
    Los Angeles, California
    January 16, 1977
    2 discs / AUD A-
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  20. A Sackful Of Trousersnakes
    Anaheim Convention Center
    Anaheim, California
    April 6, 1977
    2 discs / AUD B+
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  21. The Water's Edge
    This ballet was written by Ian Anderson, David Palmer
    and Martin Barre, and is performed by the Scottish
    Opera/Scottish Ballet March 7, 1979
    at Theatre Royal Glasgow.
    1 disc / AUD A-
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  22. Wanderings Through The Seasonal Dance
    From Dallas To The Carabobo Symphony
    Tarrant County Convention Center
    Dallas, Texas
    April 30, 1979
    (all of disc one and tracks 1-3 of disc two)
    Ian Anderson with the Carabobo Symphonic Orchestra,
    Conducted by David Palmer
    Barbula Amphitheatre
    Valencia, Venezuela
    April 13, 2000
    (tracks 4-11 of disc two)
    2 discs / SBD A
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  23. Watchers On The Storm
    The Hague, Den Haag, Netherlands
    March 16, 1980
    The last 5 tracks of disc 2 are from the Howard Stern show.
    2 discs / SBD A
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  24. Checkerdome
    St. Louis, Missouri
    October 26, 1980
    1 disc / FM A
    Note: The filler shown on the artwork is not included on my copy.
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  25. This Is Not A Test...
    The Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden
    February 7, 1981
    2 discs / AUD A-
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  26. No Way To Slow Down
    Nassau Coliseum
    New York, New York
    September 18, 1982
    2 discs / AUD A-
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    Or if you prefer...
    All

  27. Live At Hammersmith
    Hammersmith Odeon
    London, England
    September 9, 1984
    1 disc / FM A
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  28. Bach Rock
    ICC, Berlin, Germany
    March 19, 1985
    1 disc / SBD A-
    Note: the rare studio gem mentioned in the artwork
    is not included.
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  29. Farm On The Freeway
    Tracks 1-10 recorded at Philadelphia Tower Theater,
    Philadelphia, PA - November 25, 1987
    Track 11 recorded at Carnegie Hall, NY - November 4, 1970
    Track 12-15 recorded at Hammersmith Odeon, London - November 9, 1984
    1 disc / SBD A
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  30. Trouvadores Cruzaram O Equador
    Recorded in Sao Paolo, August 8th, 1988.
    1 disc / TV Broadcast A
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  31. For The Benefit of Inverness
    Eden Court Theatre
    Inverness, UK
    September 18, 1989
    2 discs / AUD A-
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  32. Sun Dome, USF
    Tampa, Florida
    November 26, 1989
    1 disc / SBD A-
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  33. 25 Lightyears
    Lonestar Roadhouse, New York
    April 26, 1993
    1 disc / SBD A
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  34. A Salmon Farmer
    Recorded in Würzburg, Germany, May 30th, 1993
    2 Discs / Aud A
    Note: "Passion Jig" listed as "A Passion Jig". "Bug" listed as "Instrumental".
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  35. A Slice Of Flute Cake
    Recorded at the Sentrum Scene, Oslo, Norway
    May 2nd, 1994
    1 Disc / Aud A-
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  36. One Dance With Prince Charles
    From Ian Anderson's Divinities Tour
    München, Germany, May 20th, 1995
    2 discs / SBD A
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  37. I'm Just A Simple Flute Player
    the Hochschule der Künste, Berlin, Germany
    May 22, 1995
    From Ian Anderson's Divinities tour.
    2 discs / SBD A
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  38. At The House Of Blues
    House Of Blues, Mandalay Bay Hotel
    Las Vegas, Nevada
    October 9, 1999
    2 discs / SBD A
    Note:
    Track 22 recorded live at David Letterman Show 1991
    track 23 recorded live at BBC
    (probably from the "In Concert" album)
    tracks 24 - 25 recorded live at the Los Angeles Forum 1980
    (probably from "Caught In The Crossfire")
    track 26 mistitled as "Velvet Flute"
    (probably taken from "Curious Riff")
    track 27 recorded live at BBC 1977
    (taken from "25th Anniversary Box Set")
    track 28 recorded live at ?????
    track 29 taken from "Nightcap".
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  39. For A Thousand Years
    Los Angeles County Fair 2000
    Los Angeles, California
    September 17, 2000
    1 disc / AUD A
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  40. Live In Brazil
    Via Funchal, Sao Paulo, Brazil
    November 28, 2000
    2 Discs / SBD A
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  41. All Things To All People
    Apollo
    Manchester, England
    November 20, 2001
    2 discs / AUD A
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  42. Capital Show
    Warner Theater
    Washington, D.C.
    April 25, 2002
    2 discs / AUD A-
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  43. King Center For The Performing Arts (A Spacecoast-cdr.com recording)
    Melbourne, Florida
    May 10, 2002
    2 discs / AUD A-
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  44. Teatro Gran Rex
    Buenos Aires, Argentina
    March 25, 2004
    2 discs / AUD A
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  45. Fisher Auditorium, IUP
    Indiana, Pennsylvania
    November 21, 2004
    2 discs / AUD A
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  46. Estival Jazz
    Piazza Della Riforma
    Lugano, Switzerland
    July 9, 2005
    2 discs / SBD A+
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  47. Keswick Theater
    Glenside, Pennsylvania
    October 11, 2005
    2 discs / AUD A
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  48. Majestic Theater
    Dallas, Texas
    October 18, 2005
    2 discs / AUD A
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  49. Ruth Eckerd Hall (A Spacecoast-cdr.com recording)
    Clearwater, Florida
    October 24, 2005
    2 discs /
    Set 1: AUD A
    Set 2: AUD B- (MD malfunction - low end distortion)
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  50. Civic Opera House
    Chicago, Illinois
    November 20, 2005
    2 discs / AUD B+
    Note: Sadly, all of Ian's talking between songs is edited out.
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  51. Assembly Rooms
    Derby, UK
    April 2, 2007
    2 discs / AUD A-
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  52. Opera Lesna
    Sopot, Poland
    August 15, 2007
    2 discs / AUD A-
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  53. Ruth Eckerd Hall (A Spacecoast-cdr.com recording)
    Clearwater, Florida
    December 12, 2007
    2 discs / AUD A
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  54. Apollo Theatre
    Manchester, UK
    March 23, 2010
    2 discs / AUD B+
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  55. Ian Anderson performs Homo Erraticus & The best of Jethro Tull
    The Dome
    Brighton, England
    April 28, 2014
    2 discs / AUD A
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