If there's any interest, go here www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=419596 to download a great quality recording of Martin and band. I don't particularly care for the singer's voice (of all things you would have thought Martin would have wanted a good singer!) and there's a little more sax in there than I like, but Martin is sounding good .
Martin Barre's New Day Weyfest Farnham, Surrey Sep 1 2012
1. Intro 2. Instrumental 3. Minstrel In the Gallery 4. To Cry You A Song 5. Intro 6. Instrumental 7. Intro 8. A Song For Jeffrey 9. Intro 10. A Potion 11. Instrumental 12. Intro 13. A New Day Yesterday 14. Intro 15. Thick As A Brick 16. Introduction of Clive Bunker 17. Teacher 18. Outro
Post by Cup of Wondering on Oct 20, 2013 10:16:28 GMT -5
Yesterday, October 20, I was at the concert of Martin Barre at the Boerderij in Zoetermeer, Netherlands. I had a wonderful evening. Martin, but the others as well, were fantastic. The set was a mix of some rarely live played Tull songs, Martin's older work and some new songs esp from the latest album, and some blues standards from the thirties! They gave a concert of 2 1/2 hours and the air was full of electricity. To my surprise, I didn't even miss the flute when they played the Tull-set. And it was a relief to hear somebody with a good voice singing these songs instead of listening to Ian's painful squeeking...Every song was completely re-arranged. The concert clearly showed what a great musician he is and his banter was full of fine humour and jokes. It's great to see this great guitar player finally having the chance to place himself in the sun instead of being in the shadow of the Headmaster. Afterwards I had the chance to talk to him and he signed my new MB-CD of course. Wow, what a night... Cheers, Jan
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