February 16, 2011

Jethro Tull - Stockholm 1969

Jethro Tull #2

Possibly the best sounding unofficial Jethro Tull from the early days. This one comes with two shows played in the same day in support of Jimi Hendrix at the Stockholm Konserthuset, Sweden.


Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: Soundboard

Track List:

Disc 1:
1 - My Sunday Feeling
2 - Martin's Tune
3 - To Be Sad Is A Mad Way To Be
4 - Back To The Family
5 - Dharma For One
6 - Nothing Is Easy
7 - A Song For Jeffrey

Disc 2:
1 - My Sunday Feeling
2 - Martin's Tune
3 - Back To The Family
4 - Dharma For One
5 - Nothing Is Easy
6 - A Song For Jeffrey



MP3 pt1
MP3 pt2

FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Thanks for the post. Just a quick note, disc 2 is missing "Happy Everyday" which is an alternate title for "To Be Sad Is A Mad Way To Be". This track appears on the Flute Cake disc, but the track listing is in different order.
Great blog, thanks again.

Anonymous said...

man, 2 shows on the same day in support of hendrix? wish i would've been there!!

hard to believe this recording is 42 years old!! cripe, i was only 11 at the time. feeling old now.

thank you and keep these killer recordings coming :)

Anonymous said...

Your links for this show seem to be down. Server cannot be found...

grizz said...

all i get on this is
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been like this for days, would be nice to even get to the captcha

Anonymous said...

Many thanks for these great shows. Superb sound.
Michael, somewhere in England watching the rain.

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for sharing! When I ran into this blog I thought these would be low-quality bootlegs, but man, am I surprised at the quality of this Tull recording! What a refreshment! Gotta explore some more... :-)

Howard Bailey said...

T'm pretty sure that i have some negatives of that show..Are there many shows with Tull playing with Hendrix?

AtticRock said...

Hendrix continued this small tour tour in Europe with some more dates, but I don't think it was with Jethro Tull aboard.

Anonymous said...

Please reload this classic...Dead Links

Thanks,

Soulsurvivor

Anonymous said...

does anyone know if Jethro Tull was staying in the same hotel that night Jimi Hendrix was arrested for being drunk and disorderly?