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Living In The Past February 5, 2006

Filed under: Uncategorized — Abhimanyu Ghoshal @ 5:26 pm

Jethro Tull was nothing short of perfect on the 3rd of February, as Ian Anderson and Co. belted out classics from the past 3 decades that made the group a force to reckon with. The premier progressive-folk-rock outfit played hits including ‘Living In The Past’, ‘Aqualung’, ‘Thick As A Brick’ and also renditions of pieces by Bach and Mozart in their own magical style. Anderson was in top form, displaying his mastery on the flute and on vocals. A true auditory treat for the 3000-strong (or so I believe) crowd present.
Thermal and a Quarter opened the show, with a short and sweet set, beginning with Queen’s ‘Radio Ga-ga’, and moving on their originals, including ‘How Can I Get Your Groove’, ‘Bend The World’, ‘Paper Puli’ and more. A great set, but I’ve seen TAAQ do better. All in all, a great experience.
Bangalorean Deviants met up today at the second B’lore devMEET, at the Garuda Mall Cafe Coffee Day, for a cuppa and conversation, and later on, lunch at Casa Picola. Pictures can be seen here. We had a good time, and I hope we’ll meet up again soon. Feb 26th, whatsay? Deviantart.com


One Response to “Living In The Past”

  1. Asfaq Says:

    Hi Abhi (is it ok if i called u that?),

    was jus trolling thru the net when i stumbled on your blog. U were at Jethro’s? me too !! it was fab wasnt it? did u say u went to a devmeet?? here?? in bangalore?? my word !!! it been AGES since i logged onto it.. should get on there and check how the community is moving along..

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