Oh, that does 'spin me back down the years', thanks for that Darin, Having seen quite a few bands over the years and particulalry at that time, it makes me realise how good Tull were then. A band truly like no other, I was lucky and privaledged to have seen them at their peak over so many years.
This is a video Id like to re-do. when I first posted it long ago, You Tube was asking for smaller file sizes and it looked "ok" but as they started using different compression and the file sizes got larger this went to crap. So a quick revisit before getting out the tools…..and ditching it. It was an attempt to use some existing sources to re-create the opening sequence of A Passion Play. The swirly stuff was not really there I added it as representing the "Tull Time Machine".
And the next one was taken by…of all people….my Mother! who with a friend decided to find out what went on at a Tull concert. I had no idea she was there. She bought scalped tickets out on the corner of Manchester and Pairie, In front of the LA Forum, not a great place to think of your mother wandering around, a very rough neighborhood. She then blissfully walked in with her movie camera past security that probably stood back wondering what to do with these 2 "older" women (they where in their early 40's!! lol), letting them thru without checking thru there plethora of pursues and bags. If you'd met my ever met my mother you'd be shocked to see her there. When I found out later that she was there I freaked. Then later she produced these 2 rolls of film. All my friends thought that was the coolest thing. I kind of like it too. I included a photo of her at the time. Enjoy Pats movie, she loved seeing the sound added.
Amazing stuff again DC, I love it more every time I see it...
What kind of saxes does Ian play during this
Thanks Gerrald, I still like em too. Those are Soprano and Sopranino saxes. The lower register Soprano was used on the "first side" and "the devil cries more" instrumental on "side two" after that he used the higher register Sopranino…….I hope that was everything you wanted to ever know and you found it deeply interesting!! Darin Ex-Soprano player Cody
Quizz Kid: Well, we tried to spread the love and the word, build bridges, but when you get booted and blocked by twats for no reason it's a bit like the trash taking itself out for collection, good riddance to bad rubbish.
Jul 12, 2017 23:36:42 GMT
Gerrald Bostock: 'well ....to "their" own pressing problems and the hate they must unwind.....Leaves me with "Nothing to Say"
Jul 14, 2017 11:55:58 GMT