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Registered: 10-2003
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Lord to Tour with Jethro Tull?


Would this be a sensational irony or just some idea designed by a grand court jester? They could play Thick As A Brick and then right after that Passion Play. Maybe this is a far fetched idea but it is still April.
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Dominant 7th #9

Registered: 10-2003
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Re: Lord to Tour with Jethro Tull?


I don't see the problem with this. I think it's a splendid idea!

They both have classical roots, and a similar use of scales...well, sort of.

Besides, I'd love to see how JL would handle some classic Tull on Hammond. i.e- his interpretation of "Nothing Is Easy" or "Bouree".

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Re: Lord to Tour with Jethro Tull?


Not a Jethro Tull tour with Jon. It should be a Ian Anderson/Jon Lord tour, where they could play some Tull stuff as well as Lord's! That would be great!
I thought the same about a project with Ian Anderson and Ritchie...
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A Lord/Anderson tour/project is a great idea and a match made in Heaven; Jon at the piano and Ian with the flute, what a duo ! I'm pretty sure they have great respect for each other, it wouldn't even have to be Tull/Lord material to get me interested, it'd be enough for me if they played some (classic) baroque music together. And if they could get Ritchie along on acoustic guitar even better ! -Of course Martin Barre might feel a little left out so he could come along as well - I'm sure if Ritchie's in a good mood he wouldn't mind sharing a few notes with another guitarist... emoticon

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