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Martin Lancelot Barre is an English rock musician. Barre was the guitarist for rock band Jethro Tull, starting with the band's second album in 1969. Barre once said that he tried not to listen to other guitarists so that he would not be influenced by them. EAC extraction logfile from 17. October 2014, 23:59. Used drive : PLEXTOR BD-R PX-B940SA Adapter: 5 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
This time, thankfully, the electric guitar quotient is increased although Barre is still playing in very much a supportive and band context. The addition of Richard Beesley’s sax to old faithfuls like ‘Locomotive Breath’ and ‘Minstrel In The Gallery’ gives them a jazzier feel, and even the cynical will find that – overall – the new arrangements do the songs justice. This isn’t just an album of Tull covers, though
1. The sound of a bunch of consummate musicians playing very well. Release date: 29 September 2014. Hot on the heels of Ian Anderson’s live Thick As A Brick CD comes this double live offering from Tull’s other lifer, guitarist Martin Barre. However, Tull were Tull for very distinct reasons, Barre needed Anderson’s humour, showmanship and eccentricity as much as Anderson needed Barre’s virtuosity and grounding influence and perhaps this album should have been recorded live – an enthusiastic audience to feed off may have just given the performance that slight edge it needed. Track listing: Disc One
Studio Album, released in 2014. Songs, Tracks Listing. 1. A New Day Yesterday (05:15) 2. Fatman (03:20) 3. Watch Your Step (04:16) 4. Crossroads (03:46) 5. Minstrel In The Gallery (04:36) 6. To Cry You A Song (04:49) 7. Steal Your Heart Away (04:20) 8. Thick As A Brick ( Excerpt) (08:50) 9. Sweet Dream (03:40) 10.
Martin Barre - guitar, mandolin Dan Crisp - vocals, guitar Alan Bray - bass George Lindsay - drums Richard Beesley - sax, clarinet.
Martin Barre has been the guitarist of Jethro Tull for 43 years, his sound and playing having been a major factor in their success. Album sales have exceeded 60 million units and they continue to be played worldwide, representing an important part of classic rock history. Martin’s guitar playing has earned him a high level of respect and recognition; he was voted 25th best solo ever in the USA and 20th best solo ever in the UK for his playing on 'Aqualung'. His playing on the album ‘Crest of a Knave’ earned him a Grammy award in 1988
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Martin Lancelot Barre (/bɑːr/; born 17 November 1946) is an English rock musician best known for his work with progressive rock band Jethro Tull, with whom he recorded and toured from their second album in 1969 to the band's initial dissolution in 2012. In the early 1990s he went solo, and has recorded four studio albums and made several guest appearances. He has also played the flute and other instruments such as the mandolin, both on stage for Jethro Tull and in his own solo work.
|1||A New Day Yesterday||05:15|
|3||Watch Your Step||04:16|
|5||Minstrel In The Gallery||04:36|
|6||To Cry You A Song||04:49|
|7||Steal Your Heart Away||04:20|
|8||Thick As A Brick ( Excerpt)||08:50|
|10||Song For Jeffrey||03:29|
|11||Rock Me Baby||04:42|
|13||Still Loving You Tonight||04:59|
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- Bass – Alan Bray
- Drums – George Lindsay
- Engineer – James Bragg
- Guitar, Mandolin – Martin Barre
- Mastered By – James Bragg
- Mixed By – James Bragg
- Saxophone, Clarinet – Richard Beesley
- Vocals, Guitar – Dan Crisp
NotesRecorded at Middle Farm Studio, Devon
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- Barcode: 5060365230110
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