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Jethro Tull Nothing Is Easy
Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden January 9.th, 1969

Jethro Tull — Nothing Is Easy (1969, 1989)

              Jethro Tull — Nothing Is Easy (1969, 1989)
οοοο      Živé vystoupení bylo nahráno pátý a poslední den festivalu Isle of Wight roku 1970, kdy Tull byli vměstnáni mezi The Moody Blues a Jimi Hendrixe. Ještě předtím však vznikla tato událost v Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden, 9. ledna 1969. Sice obsahuje o jednu píseň méně, než ta z Isle of Wight, přesto nahrávka je vzorová, v lecčem poučná. Album vyšlo v šesti vydáních.Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Album release: 1989
Record Label: The Swingin’ Pig
Duration:     52:31
1. My Sunday Feeling     4:58
2. Martin’s Tune     11:30
3. To Be Sad As A Man Will Be     4:41
4. Back To The Family     4:21
5. Dharma For One     8:59
6. Nothing Is Easy     13:16
7. Song For Jeffrey     4:46
ο     Ian Anderson — acoustic guitar, flute, vocals
ο     Glenn Cornick — bass
ο     Clive Bunker — drums
ο     Martin Barre — guitars
ο     John Evan — keyboards
ο     Mastered — G. Pauler
ο     Written  — Anderson (tracks: 1, 4, 6, 7), Bunker (5), Barre (2)Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.Description:
ο     Nothing Is Easy is a Jethro Tull bootleg CD released by The Swingin’ Pig in 1989. It is of a recording done live at Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden on 9 January, 1969.
ο     Montfort, Michael (photographer)
ο     Ian Anderson, Jethro Tull (subjects)
ο     Archive of photographs featuring Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull on stage, circa 1970
ο     N.p. N.p. Circa 1970. Archive of ten black and white, double weight photographs, circa 1970, of Jethro Tull front man Ian Anderson performing onstage, apparently unpublished, by noted photographer Michael Montfort, from his estate.
ο     Born in Freiburg, Germany, Michael Montfort began his career working as a photojournalist for German magazines such as “Stern,” “Quick,” and “Bild am Sonntag.” In addition to shooting numerous rock and jazz performances, he covered Queen Elizabeth’s 1965 visit to Germany, the aftermath of the Six Day War in Israel and Egypt, and the May 1968 protests in Paris. Montfort emigrated to Los Angeles in 1973 and began working as a freelancer. Four years later, on assignment for the German literary magazine “Rogners,” Montfort was sent to photograph Charles Bukowski. Aided by the case of wine he smartly brought with him to their first meeting, Montfort connected with the publicity~shy and splenetic poet. Over the next two decades, as both Bukowski’s drinking buddy and personal photographer, he shot literary thousands of images of Bukowski and collaborated with him on titles such as “Horsemeat,” “Shakespeare Never Did This,” and “The Wedding.” In addition to Bukowski, Montfort shot notable photographs of luminaries such as William S. Burroughs, Klaus Kinski, Brigitte Bardot, and a Jackson 5 era Michael Jackson.
ο     Photographs sized variously 8 x 11.75 inches (20.25 x 30 cm), 10 x 15.5 inches (25.5 x 39.5 cm), and 15.75 x 11.75 inches (40 x 30 cm). Large photos with irregular borders, image size slightly smaller. About about Fine.
ο     [Book #136002]Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.

Jethro Tull Nothing Is Easy
Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden January 9.th, 1969



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