November 08, 2006


The title made sense when I started writing this. Now, not so much.

Michele posted a link to this nice little Jethro Tull piece done by Ian Anderson and an orchestra.

While you're there, check out an oldie but goodie, Bouree.

Or enjoy this version.

Heck, you should just do a search there on Jethro Tull and spend an hour enjoying the music. Be prepared to be amazed at the variety of styles that Tull plays to keep their songs from getting stale.

It just dawned on me while watching this video, they sound a bit like Blue on his CD's (which I also highly recommend - scroll down on that link).

Posted by: Ted at 05:59 PM | category: Links
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1 Dude, it makes perfect sense to me. It was a format DJ's used to have called Two4Tuesday. I saw all of those and the one I posted was my fave. Later I'll go and check out blue.

Posted by: michele at November 09, 2006 11:16 AM (FJ2Bh)

2 Ian is cool. I saw Tull back when. Must go replace the tennis balls on my walker now.

Posted by: dogette at November 10, 2006 08:33 AM (wN2Jx)

3 What a treat to see that Ian Anderson still has it.

I'm an old fan of Tull from 'way back...their older stuff, mostly. And by a strange coincidence, one of our best friends is a cousin to Glenn Cornick, who was with the band back in its Stand Up and Benefit days.

Posted by: Elisson at November 10, 2006 11:23 AM (rItTJ)

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