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« Reply #60 on: March 03, 2006, 06:37:00 PM »
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« Reply #61 on: March 03, 2006, 06:39:00 PM »
Well I guess that is to be expected from somebody with the handle of Reagan Youth, what a sorry ass punk band. Did they even sell any albums other than the ones they sold out of the back of their moms station wagon. Sorry ass heroin addicted lead singer did the world a favor by blowing his brains out. Dam sissy fag.
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« Reply #62 on: March 03, 2006, 07:30:00 PM »
Jax, FL 1980, Heaven and Hell tour, with R.J. Dio on vocals.  Pretty fun show.  Saw them a year later for The Mob Rules and it sucked ass.  Lame opening acts both times.
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« Reply #63 on: March 03, 2006, 09:52:00 PM »
that must have been a weird concert with out ozzie singing....i can't imagine that....hippie
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« Reply #64 on: March 07, 2006, 10:47:00 AM »
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On 2004-06-10 07:41:00, GregFL wrote:

"I will Start. I was 13 and the year was 73. I saw Jethro Tull at the Bayfront Center in St Pete with my neihbor girl and her older sister. I smoked about a dime bag and did half a hit of choclate mesc.



I remember when the lights went down everyone in the place lit a joint. This was my first experience tripping. Jethro tull seemed almost mystical and the place was surreal to me. The music was fucking outstanding and he did the whole aqualung album.  I remember  a smile glued on my face and feeling almost a magical element to the evening. It was just great.



As an adult about 10 years or so ago I went back to a Jethro Tull concert. He seemed like an old man and when he sang the lyrics you could tell he didn't believe them anymore. He sucked.



But that first night, that first concert, I will always remember as a special evening.



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First time is always the best.  My brothers girlfriend took me to see Jethro Tull at the spectrum in Philly, I remember they had these two runways going out into the crowd and when they played ?Locomotive Breath? (20 minutes or more) Ian Anderson was at the end of one and  Martin Barre (guitar) ?, I think was at the end of the other.  We had floor tickets and we were about 40 feet from Anderson.  I don?t think I blinked once during the entire song,  Wasn?t my first, but definitely in my top 10.
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« Reply #65 on: March 07, 2006, 10:58:00 AM »
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Martin Barre (guitar) ?

Ahem- yes,,,, that would be Martin Lancelot Barre on guitar, you bloody FOOL!!!! :flame: :lol:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Barre
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« Reply #66 on: March 07, 2006, 11:10:00 AM »
AAh,  How could one forget.....
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« Reply #67 on: March 09, 2006, 03:17:00 PM »
I was 14 at the time and yes lord I was learning how to get blistered....I remember drinking a bunch of draft beer and smoking pot on the way to the concert in the back of an old dodge van with tear drop windows in the back and the music cranking as loud as we could get it

When we got there people were smoking doobies and passing them down the line...( God that was great ) I remember going to the bathroom and watching some cops take down a guy that was selling some type of drugs.

Then I remember Blue Oyster Cult....A big Godzilla head coming out on stage and the crowd going wild. " Oh no they say he's got to go...go go Godzilla ". It was the beginning of many concerts that I've been to.
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« Reply #68 on: March 10, 2006, 09:48:00 AM »
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On 2006-03-07 07:58:00, Lord Obnoxio wrote:

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Martin Barre (guitar) ?

Ahem- yes,,,, that would be Martin Lancelot Barre on guitar, you bloody FOOL!!!! :flame: :lol:



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Barre
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Yes.Small in stature,but a GIANT on the Electric Lead Guitar.

Find a link to Martin Barre's website at http://www.jethrotull.com
Martin Barre is NOW TOURING with Jethro Tull to a city near you.
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« Reply #69 on: March 10, 2006, 09:49:00 AM »
Rush with Krokus at
 The Bayfront Center
St.Petersburg,Florida.
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« Reply #70 on: March 15, 2006, 03:37:00 PM »
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On 2006-03-03 18:52:00, stillahippie564 wrote:

"that must have been a weird concert with out ozzie singing....i can't imagine that....hippie"


Actually, RJ Dio did a pretty good job of infusing some life into a band that was, at the time, disentegrating.  A lot of the songs on Heaven and Hell sound a lot like Rainbow (Dio's band with Deep Purple alum Ritchie Blackmore) and a lot of them sound very much like Black Sabbath.  They opened the show with "War Pigs", encored with "Children of the Grave", and played a pretty solid set in between, with Sabbath classics and stuff off of Heaven and Hell pretty well represented.  There were LOTS of pyrotechnics, and some pretty cool lighting effects.....during the break in the song "Heaven and Hell", Dio sang a little ditty, culminating in the lines, "leave me alone/don't tell me what to do/cause I've got to burn in Hell with all of you",(you can hear it in it's entirety on Live Evil, the live album from the two tours Sabbath did with Dio) as he pointed to the audience, and the lighting effects on him made him look like he was made out of glowing coal embers for a second or two.  He did a good job filling in for Ozzy, but by the time the band came around the next year, they were again falling apart, and were sleepwalking through the tour for the album The Mob Rules, which is a lame-ass record anyway.  Saw the Sabs with Ozzy, too, but that's another story.
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