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JETHRO TULL
L.A. FORUM,
INGLEWOOD,CA.,USA
OCTOBER 18,1970

CD 1

1-INTRODUCTION
2-NOTHING IS EASY
3-MY GOD W/ FLUTE SOLO
4-WITH YOU THERE TO HELP ME > BY KIND PERMISSION OF...
5-A SONG FOR JEFFREY

CD 2

1-TALK
2-SOSSITY YOU'RE A WOMAN > REASONS FOR WAITING > SOSSITY YOU'RE A WOMAN
3-DHARMA FOR ONE W/ DRUM SOLO
4-CROWD/TALK
5-WE USED TO KNOW >
6-GUITAR SOLO >
7-FOR A THOUSAND MOTHERS

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Jethro Tull

'A Song For John's Doc'

Inglewood,CA
LA Forum
18-October-1970

Mastertape>digital Soundcard>WaveLab 4.0>Flac(Level 8)
Artwork included


Here comes another piece from the Early Tull! I have taken this from a audience mastertape, quality VG -!

In addition 4 bonustracks from a BBC recording in Oct. 1, 1969,are surely rare but sounds like poor!
The "Ministry..." (Set lists of Jethro Tull live concerts in 1969, at the Ministry Of Information) writes to this date, the gig in London Oct.'69 was filmed for german TV, knows somebody more details about this, was it later broadcast in TV?
Thanks & enjoy!


Disc One
101 Introduction
102 Nothing Is Easy
103 My God (incl. Flute Solo)
104 With You There To Help Me/By Kind Permission Of...
105 A Song For Jeffrey
106 Sossity: You're A Woman/Reasons For Waiting

Disc Two
201 Dharma For One (incl. Drum Solo)
202 We Used To Know (incl. Guitar Solo)
203 For A Thousand Mothers


Ian Anderson: vocals, guitar and flute
Martin Barre: guitar
Glenn Cornick: bass
John Evan: keyboards
Clive Bunker: drums



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JETHRO TULL
A Song For John's Doc

LA Forum, Inglewood, CA
October 18, 1970

CD 1:
1. Introduction
2. Nothing Is Easy
3. My God
4. With You There To Help Me
5. A Song For Jeffrey
6. Sossity You're A Woman

CD 2:
1. Dharma For One
2. We Used To Know
3. For A Thousand Mothers
ROYAL ALBERT HALL, LONDON, October 1, 1969
4. Nothing Is Easy
5. Bouree
6. Sweet Dream
7. For A Thousand Mothers

Ian Anderson - flute, vocals
Martin Barre - guitar
Glenn Cornick - bass
Clive Bunker - drums
John Evan - keyboards




(Not certain how V2 & 3 are different having like titles, other than track splits/different downloads)
 
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