February 15, 2011

Jethro Tull - Los Angeles Coliseum (1976)

Jethro Tull #1

The third band of the big four brings us songs from the flute.
This show was at the Memorial Colosseum in Los Angeles with an estimated audience of 80.000 and has been known as Days Of Giving, Bricks On The Road or Los Angeles 1976.

Sound Quality: 9

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01 - Thick As A Brick
02 - Wond'ring Aloud
03 - Crazed Institution
04 - Medley (Conundrum_To Cry You A Song_A New Day Yesterday (w. flute solo incl. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Bourée, Quartet)_My God_Living In The Past)
05 - Too Old To Rock'n'Roll Too Young To Die
06 - Minstrel In The Gallery
07 - Beethoven's Ninth Symphony
08 - My God
09 - Cross-Eyed Mary
10 - Aqualung
11 - Guitar Solo
12 - Medley (Wind Up_Back Door Angels_Instrumental_Wind Up)
13 - Locomotive Breath

WAV pt1
WAV pt2


BlizzardOfOzz80 said...

thanks for this great JT show. Track 13 "Locomotive Breath" is a repeat of track #12. Both tracks 10:56 on Mp3 d/l.

Anonymous said...

Great show. Classic period Tull.

Anonymous said...

Thanks and keep on rockin'

A. Nonymous

AtticRock said...

Ok blizz
Will fix it in the next hours, thanks for the heads up!

Anonymous said...

Jethru friggin Tull?

I thought it was gonna be 4 big bands. The Who and the Rolling Stones are huge Jethro Tull are not.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous is a sour-puss - of COURSE Jethro Tull are a huge band.. or back then in the 70's, they were headling huge arenas in the US.

Russell said...

I was needing some live JT. thanks!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi..Could you please repost this awesome show in lossless?



AtticRock said...

There you have it Soul!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this fantastic show.


Anonymous said...

good stuff, thanks!

Anonymous said...

I was there. We waited 3 days outside and ended up 100ft from stage on the grass. It started mellow but by the time Rory Gallagher hit the stage its was standing room only for the next 4hrs.


I was there!! Tickets were $5, had to get searched and go thru a metal detector for the first time ever at a concert..The music was great! Robin Trower, Rick Derringer, and Jethro Tull.

AtticRock said...

Good line-up :)

Sebastian said...

links out.