THE LINCOLN PARK MARK COLLECTION: JETHRO TULL - SEATTLE 1977

July 2, 2011 – 3:08 am

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JETHRO TULL
Songs From The Coliseum [Uxbridge 372, 2CD]

Live at the Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA; March 3, 1977. Very good to excellent audience mono recording.

This set was previously shared among fans as Came Down Out Of The Sky To Cry You A Song, missing the first six tracks on Disc One. A version of this complete show was shared on the net in May this year, which prompted a fan, luciferburns, to comment that Jethro Tull’s 1977 tour was the group’s “last hoorah as far as I’m concerned as I think Songs From The Wood was their last truly inspired album and tour.”

Put it this way, if you are a Jethro Tull fan, you will be hugely entertained and will not be disappointed, with Ian Anderson’s flute solo towards the end of Disc One a particular highlight. Perhaps there is simply something beguiling in the set’s (or the songs’) rusticity.

Thanks to Lincoln Park Mark for sharing the tracks.

Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (these are high quality MP3s - sample rate of 224 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have already been deleted or are out of print.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Wondr’ing Aloud (4.5MB)
Track 102. Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of The New Day (7.1MB)
Track 103. Jack-In-The-Green (5.5MB)
Track 104. Thick As A Brick
Track 105. Songs From The Wood (8.0MB)
Track 106. Conundrum/Drum Solo (5.8MB)
Track 107. To Cry You A Song (4.1MB)
Track 108. A New Day Yesterday (4.6MB)
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Track 109. Flute Solo (12.5MB)
Track 110. Living In The Past/A New Day Yesterday (Reprise) (4.3MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Velvet Green (13.3MB)
Track 202. Hunting Girl (9.2MB)
Track 203. Too Old To Rock ‘N ‘Roll, Too Young To Die (6.4MB)
Track 204. Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony (5.6MB)
Track 205. Minstrel In The Gallery (9.2MB)
Track 206. Cross-Eyed Mary (6.0MB)
Track 207. Aqualung (13.6MB)
Track 208. Guitar Solo (4.7MB)
Track 209. Wind Up (8.2MB)
Track 210. Back-Door Angels (11.6MB)
Track 211. Locomotive Breath (8.4MB)
Track 212. Land Of Hope And Glory (4.5MB)
Track 213. Back-Door Angels (Reprise) (2.5MB)

Lineup:
Ian Anderson - vocals, flute
Martin Barre - guitar
John Glascock - bass
John Evan - keyboards, piano
David Palmer - keyboards, piano
Barriemore Barlow - drums

Click on the link to order Songs From The Wood.

  1. 20 Responses to “THE LINCOLN PARK MARK COLLECTION: JETHRO TULL - SEATTLE 1977”

  2. hey bigo, right on. i got tokyo last year and oakland in jan. thanks!!! i’ve seen jethro tull twice here in b’ham, al. i saw him at city stages in june 2000 and alabama theatre in may 2002. killer! if those shows are out there, i’d love to have them.

    best,
    ed

    By Ed Saad on Jul 2, 2011

  3. Big O strikes again. First, the Zeppelin Seattle show I was at in 1975. Now, one of the Tull concerts I also attended. Great find. Can’t wait to hear. It’s nice to reminisce the good old days when there were good shows almost every week or two and they were affordable. Thanks Big O and Lincoln Park Mark….

    By John Branin on Jul 2, 2011

  4. hey mark, this is a great show. thanks! i won’t add the lp cause that band sucks. no offense, if you’re a fan.

    i dug boc-cleveland too, magical sound boogie and was i think somerville story was yours too. i have zeppelin-dallas on my ipod, but that was phil’s show. it’s good but not as good magical sound boogie, live on blueberry hill and or the forum 77 shows. killer!!!

    best,
    ed

    By Ed Saad on Jul 2, 2011

  5. Thanks bigO and Lincoln Park Mark!. Saw the Washington DC (Largo, Md at the Capitalist Center, actually) part of this tour. Caught up with Tull again 3 years ago. Slowing down, but still great. Agree with the comments about Songs From The Wood being the end of the beginning….the rest just started sounding like retreads.

    By Namoosedog on Jul 3, 2011

  6. Jethro Tull were GODS in this era! Please… MORE TULL!

    Thanks,
    Kevin

    By Kevin on Jul 3, 2011

  7. Hey Namoosedog,

    I was at this Tull show as well… Drove up to Largo from Reston/Herndon!

    Kevin HHS ‘80

    Where were you from?

    By Kevin on Jul 3, 2011

  8. This is better quality of the incomplete tape I made at the same show, arrived late thanks to the Ferries. Great show, Thank you kindly.

    By HytekFred on Jul 5, 2011

  9. Nice!!! I always appreciate The Tull boys!!!

    By DanC on Jul 6, 2011

  10. -also saw the Tull at Largo-still have the silver-on-white tour shirt somewhere.
    R.I.P. John Glascock

    By matt-the-cat on Jul 11, 2011

  11. silver on black!

    By matt-the-cat on Jul 11, 2011

  12. Thanks for the music. I first saw Tull at Manchester University in 1968, they were supporting Cream. We were absoulutly stunned at what we saw and heard, if it was any other band than Cream, Tull would have blown them away but Clapton, Bruce and Baker were at their peak at the time and nobody was going to do that. It cost us 6 shillings ( 30 pence )admission.

    By Michael Kelly on Jul 21, 2011

  13. I saw the this Tull concert on March 3rd in Seattle, then drove with friends to Washington State University in Pullman, WA to see the band 2 nights later on Saturday, about 5th row seats. Fantastic performance, even better than their concert in Seattle. Saw all of their 70s tours, they were by far my favorite band!

    Matt

    By Matt on Apr 21, 2012

  14. does anybody know of a decent tull concert from the era when Mick Abrahams was playing guitar for them?

    By sluggo on Apr 21, 2012

  15. there really isnt much in the way of tull pre dec 68. abrahams left before rnr circus which was filmed in the 2nd week of dec 68. there are actually more recordings of blodwyn pig out there than there are of early tull. there seems to be a bunch of tull 69’s but thats later than u want sadly.
    for a tad of extra info check out http://www.alexgitlin.com/blpig.htm

    im sure u have looked on the usual sites for any material u could find on tull pre dec 68. but if u were looking for just anything with mick playing and i dont blame u then search out bp stuff cuz thats just easier.
    there are 2 shows on sugarmegs..one from 70 one from 94. even tho mick hated traveling to the usa the older one is from the fillmore west.
    now its understood that he isnt on the jan 9th 69 show. and there is an item on sugarmegs just before that labeled 68-99 but there is nothing on there prior to 69 so i dont know why it says that date in its title.
    off the top of my head other than a few bbc recordings i only know of the rnr circus and thats with iommi as u know.
    this is the only other site i can offer u…
    http://www.chromeoxide.com/blodwyn.htm

    By darth on Apr 21, 2012

  16. Sounds like a great concert - judging from the tracks I was able to download.
    The tracks on megaupload are gone, of course, and I cannot get the html-site download to work, either.
    Would a re-upload of these tracks be possible?
    Thank you

    By Waterboy on Jul 31, 2014

  17. Wonderful!
    Thank you so much for re-upping the “missing” tracks.

    By Waterboy on Aug 1, 2014

  18. I was there, Unforgettable .

    By JV on Oct 11, 2014

  19. waterboy, right finger, save as, download starts.

    By JV on Oct 11, 2014

  20. Saw this concert at Long Beach Arena. First of many Tull shows!

    By Mike V on Dec 2, 2014

  21. Has anybody Not seen this show? Holy Shit!

    By APex on Feb 12, 2016

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