JETHRO TULL - STOCKHOLM 1969

March 9, 2016 – 1:27 pm

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JETHRO TULL
Stockholm Master Reel 1969 [Masquerade Records MQ-021/022, 2CD]

Live at the Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden; January 9, 1969. Very good soundboard.

This show has been rated “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.”

Thanks to reb01501 for sharing the show at Dime.

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Disc 1 (First Show)
Track 101. My Sunday Feeling 5:48 (9.7MB)
Track 102. Martin’s Tune 10:46 (18.1MB)
103. To Be Sad As A Man Will Be 4:49 - Omitted *
104. Back To The Family - Omitted *
Track 105. Dharma For One 9:09 (15.4MB)
Track 106. Nothing Is Easy 14:20 (24.1MB)
Track 107. Song For Jeffrey 3:33 (6.0MB)
49 mins

* Available on the 25th Anniversary Box Set.

Disc 2 (Second Show)
Track 201. My Sunday Feeling 5:33 (9.3MB)
Track 202. Martin’s Tune 12:20 (20.7MB)
Track 203. Back To The Family 4:29 (7.5MB)
Track 204. Dharma For One 15:12 (25.5MB)
Track 205. Nothing Is Easy 16:35 (27.9MB)
Track 206. A Song For Jeffrey 4:58 (8.3MB)
60 mins

Lineup:
Ian Anderson - vocals, flute
Martin Barre - guitar
Glenn Cornick - bass
Clive Bunker - drums

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  1. 11 Responses to “JETHRO TULL - STOCKHOLM 1969”

  2. Hi BigO, many thanks for sharing this.
    Much appreciated.

    By Je Suis Darth on Mar 9, 2016

  3. thanks for this,Martin Barre great guitar,good sound for its time just letting you know that To Be Sad As A Man Will Be is on the copy of 25th Anniversary Box Set also Disc 4 ,its great to have the whole show cheers

    By skinned knees on Mar 9, 2016

  4. Thank you

    By jack bond on Mar 9, 2016

  5. WOW! ROCK ON! Thanks BigO!

    By walter on Mar 9, 2016

  6. thank you..[sure wish a decent soundboard would show up with Mick Abrahams on guitar.]

    By sluggo on Mar 9, 2016

  7. Hi guys, looks like you omitted the wrong song?!?
    Should “To Be Sad is a Mad Way to be” (103)
    instead of 104
    (… and title in your list is anyway INCORRECT)

    else, I love the little surprises you provide day by day, thanks for all that happy feeling meeting old friend audio

    By Walter on Mar 10, 2016

  8. Hello BigO, Walter is right you’ve omitted the wrong song (just checked my cd)

    By Stlouielou on Mar 28, 2016

  9. Hello Walter, Stlouielou

    A Dime reader said that Back To The Family appeared on the 25th Anniversary Sampler. Also, the original upload did not include the track.

    By bigozine2 on Mar 29, 2016

  10. Loving your work!

    One comment though…Versions of both “To Be Sad…” & “Back To The Family” on Disc 4 of the 25th Anniversary box set were recorded at Stockholm Concert Hall, 19/01/1969. Although I don’t have the Sampler, I assume that the version of “Back To The Family” on it is the same version as on the box set, which I do have. That being the case should we be adding the version of “Back To The Family” from 09/01/2016 back into this show?

    By Mark H on Sep 21, 2016

  11. Just checked, and Tull don’t appear to have played a show in Stockholm on 19/01/1969, instead on 09/01/1969. This being the case you should really remove both “To Be Sad…” & “Back To The Family” from this show.

    By Mark H on Sep 21, 2016

  12. Hello Mark

    Thanks for the feedback. Cheers.

    By bigozine2 on Sep 22, 2016

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