Unreleased Jethro Tull Tracks (1979 - 1988)
Another show intro is the "Slipstream" intro which was the opener for
the 1980/81 shows. It's only available on the 1982 "Production Manual"
promo LP and on some bootleg. This one is from the show in Hartford, UK, October 6 1980.
Jams O'Donnell's Jig
An instrumental piece from the Fairport Convention album "Bonny Bunch Of Roses" (1977). Recorded in The Hague, Netherlands, March 16 1980.
An instrumental piece, written by Dave Pegg and originally recorded on Fairport Convention's album "Rosie" (1973). Recorded in The Hague, Netherlands, March 16 1980.
A live instrumental featuring Martin Barre, played in 1980. This was is from the Los Angeles concert of November 12 1980.
Another Untitled Instrumental
This piece was performed at the Heapstead Coliseum on September 18th 1982 - during the Broadsword tour. The musicians are: Ian Anderson, Martin Barre, Dave Pegg, P.J. Vettese and Paul Burgess on drums and percussion.
Reynard The Fox
Performed only once in Stockholm, April 2 1982, by Ian Anderson and Dave Pegg. It was originally recorded by Fairport Convention for their album "Tippler's Tales" (1978).
The Swirling Pit
On some boots listed as The Whirling Pit(s). An instrumental composed by Dave Pegg, recorded later on his solo album "The Cocktail Cowboy Goes It Alone" (1983). Recorded in Germany, late April 1982. Exact date and location inknown.
Played live at the Theakston Music Festival, Nostell Priory, Wakefield, UK on August 28 1982.
Piano Drums Improvisation
Played during the same (outdoor) concert.
Composed by Dave Pegg, released on his solo album "The Cocktail Cowboy Goes It Alone" (1983). The exact recording date and location are unknown still.
Double Violin Concerto
Composed by J.S. Bach, played in Berlin on March 16 1985 at the occasion of Bach's 300th birthday anniversary with Eddie Jobson on violin. Most of the concert was broadcasted by a German TV station.
This song was only played during the 1986 shows. This take is from the Budapest concert, July 2 1986.
William Tull Overture
A keyboard introduction, played by Don Airey as an introduction to the 1987 concerts. It quoted from Gershwin and several Tull pieces.
A humorous version of this song was played during the Howard Stern show. The beginning is a parody on Aqualung. The exact recording date is unkonown.
Nellie (The Revenge)
An instrumental played live in 1987 and 1990.
Played live during the 1988 tour. Not recorded. Mistitled as Caroline's Concerto. It's real name is "O'Carolan's Concerto" or "Carolan's Concerto". It's written by an ancient Irish harper, composer and poet, Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738). Martin Allcock has recorded one of his tunes, "Planxty Madam Crofton" and Dave Pegg recorded "Carolan's Draught". And Irish folk music bands play some of his tunes quite often.
The Girl From Ipanema
This Tom Jobim composition (made famous by Astrud Gilberto) was played live during the concerts in Brazil.
Part of this track lateron became "Part Of The Machine", released on the 20 Years Box Set and as a single in the USA in 1988. Recorded at Columbia, USA, June 21 1988.
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