Originally Posted by JD10367
Saw Ian Anderson tonight on his solo tour. He's got a couple of guys who've been in the newer version of Tull. Apparently Ian and Martin have had a bit of a falling-out, since Martin is touring with his own band, "Martin Barre's New Day" (obviously a play on "A New Day Yesterday" and also a dig at Ian IMO). Anyway, on this solo tour, Ian is doing the "Thick As A Brick" album in it's entirety, for the first time since 1972. He then follows it up with his new release, "Thick As A Brick 2" (which wasn't bad). He then encored with a jazzy version of "Aqualung" and a straight version of "Locomotive Breath". It was cool to hear "Thick" altogether as usually they've only done a few snippets. Now if I can only get him to do the same thing with Barre, playing "Songs From The Wood" in the first set and then after intermission playing "Heavy Horses"...
What I wouldn't give to see the entire Heavy Horses project performed live.