2002-08-22 – Jethro Tull


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Saga Setlist Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, ON, Canada 2002, 25th Anniversary Tour

Band: Saga
Venue: Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto ON
Date: August 22, 2002
Tour: Full Circle (Opening for Jethro Tull)

Members Of The Band:
Michael Sadler (Vocals and Keyboards)
Jim Crichton (Guitar and Vocals)
Ian Crichton (Bass)
Jim Gilmore (Keyboards and Vocals)
Steve Negus (Drums)

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Comments: I had always been a big fan of Saga. One of my favorite live LP’s growing up had been their In Transit release, the first digitally recorded live album that I had heard of at the very least. You see, back in the day CD’s came with a breadcrumb trail of sorts, AAD meant that an album had been recorded on analogue tape, mixed to analogue tape and transferred digitally. In Transit was the first DDD CD I’d ever heard of. These days, its just standard operating procedure. In those days it was all very new and exciting.

Saga – Wind Him Up Live in Bonn 2002

Saga-Humble Stance

Jethro Tull Setlist Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, ON, Canada 2002, Living with the Past

Band: Jethro Tull
Venue: Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto ON
Date: August 8, 2002
Tour: Living With The Past

Members Of The Band:
Ian Anderson (Vocals, Flute and Guitar)
Martin Barre (Guitar)
Jonathan Noyce (Bass)
Andy Giddings (Keyboards)
Doanne Perry (Drums and Percussion)

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Comments:

Over the years I have enjoyed going to see Jethro Tull live in concert. Tonight should have been extra special however as one of my favorite Canadian prog rockers were opening. A couple of songs in Ian Anderson became annoyed at a photographer in the pit, snapping photos till their hearts content. Now, having received at least one photo pass for a concert in my life, I know that you are only allowed to stay in the pit for a limited amount of time. Usually the first two or three songs. Then you had to vacate. Seemed this person had over stayed their welcome because Anderson actually called the guy out and, if memory serves, criticized security for allowing him to stay there longer. The result of this appears to be a shortening of the tours usual 20 song set down to 17. Musically they were fine, even Anderson limited vocal range seemed to hold up well. But dude, really? Don’t take it out on the audience.

Asshole.

And, dude, truth be told. That dew rag just doesn’t work for you. I don’t care how fucking bald you feel.

Jethro Tull – Bouree

Jethro Tull – Live at Lugano Locomotive Breath

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