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Men at work: Jethro Tull during the Dot Com Tour in 1999 (© Dennis Crothers)

Drowsy Maggy
Traditional British folk song rearranged by Jethro Tull. Played as part of the Pine Marten's Jig live medley at the 1989 and 1990 shows.

Folk Instrumental (untitled)
Played live in Atlanta, November 22 1989.

This is the 6th piece of Carl Orffs "Camina Burana" and was recorded in the studio by Tull and played from tape for the opening of the 1991 shows.

Rip'n Guitar Solo
An instrumental piece, featuring Martin Barre, played during the same tour. It includes a short quote from The Whistler.

I Wonder Who
This blues classic, written by Alexis Korner, was played at some shows of the 25th Anniversary Tour. It features Mick Abrahams on guitar and Clive Bunker on drums. This piece was part of Tull's repertoire in the Marquee Club days, as Ian explains (1968).

Andy Giddings' Parrot
Played live at the shows of 1993 - 1994.

Dangle The Billies
A bass and drum solo played live throughout the Divinities concerts and 1996.

Bells - Intro
This peculiar, almost "Floydian" taped introduction was opening every concert of the Roots To Branches Tour. Anderson explains what the concert will consist of and announces Martin Barre, accommpanied by tower vbells and weird noises. A different version was applied during the Divinities Tour, earlier in 1995.

She Moved Through The Fair / Dust Devils
Used as part of a live medley during the 1996 shows. "She Moved Through The Fair" is traditional folk.

Intro DotCom Tour
Opening instrumental played during the DotCom Tour.

Martin Barre Instrumental
This piece contains several elements from musical pieces of Barre's album The Meeting. Played during the 1999 and 2000 tours.

Orchestral piece featuring Ian Anderson on flute from the film "Mystery, Alaska" (1999). It's not certain Ian wrote that piece, but the fluteplaying is surely his.

Lowland Jig
During the Utrecht concert of June 12 2001, Jethro Tull for the first tme played a new instrumental piece that had only recently been composed while on the road in Germany. According to Doane Perry the piece consists of a combination of two other pieces. It remains to be untitled yet and was played in the set just before Aqualung.