Jethro Tull – Live In Sweden ’69 (2020)

Posted by Green on February 19, 2020as


From the beginning, critics were divided as to which style of music Jethro Tull should be assigned to. Progressive rock or classic rock were the often tried trademarks. The first album was still very blues-oriented, but with the distinctive vocals and flute Ian Andersons, aspects of the later Tull style are already present. After the departure of the guitarist Mick Abrahams, who was very focused on the blues, the musical spectrum was significantly expanded. With his successor Martin Barre, Jethro Tull then played this gig in the opening act for Jimi Hendrix in Stockholm. Incredible performance live Stockholm, Sweden Includes the entire SVR2 radio broadcast.


01. My Sunday Feeling (Live: Sweden 1969)
02. Martin’s Tune (Live: Sweden 1969)
03. To Be Sad Is A Mad Way To Be (Live: Sweden 1969)
04. Back To The Family (Live: Sweden 1969)
05. Dharma For One (Live: Sweden 1969)
06. Nothing Is Easy (Live: Sweden 1969)
07. Song For Jeffrey (Live: Sweden 1969)

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