Ian Anderson with Mike Keneally - East County Performing Arts Center, El Cajon, CA 2003-Sep-30

Ian Anderson's "Rubbing Elbows" Tour



Ian Anderson - vocals, flute,
John O'Hara - keyboards, accordion
Kit Morgan - guitar
David Goodier - bass
James Duncan - drums, percussion

Jim ? - emcee

Mike Keneally - guest guitar second part of disc 2, tracks 07, 08, 18




disc 1
101 In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff (Ian + tape)
102 intro and chatter
103 Life Is A Long Song
104 chatter
105 Skating Away on the Thin Ice of a New Day
106 host chatter
107 Up the 'Pool
108 chatter
109 Calliandra Shade
110 chatter
111 A Week Of Moments
112 chatter/Q&A
113 Griminelli's Lament
114 radio bit
115 Bour´┐Że


disc 2
201
202 A Christmas Song
203 chatter
204 Boris Dancing
205 chatter, band intros
206 Lost in Crowds
207 Keneally intro, talks about Metropole Orchestra and Zappa <----- MK
208 Father's Day <----- MK
209 outro for Mike <----- MK
210 Old Black Cat
211 chatter
212 Eurology
213 chatter
214 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
215 chatter
216 Living in the Past
217 encore intro - Mike comes back <----- MK
218 Locomotive Breath (w/Keneally on electric guitar) <----- MK


DAT Master -> DAT clone -> CD-R -> EAC -> CDR -> EAC -> FLAC -> CD-R -> EAC (secure - see log files, difficult extraction but OK in the end) -> FLAC


I got this from a trader in Germany a few years ago. The recording is very nice, if a tad boomy. The CD-Rs he used,... well, disc 2 had quality control issues with the media itself. There was a visible uneven-ness in the recording surface that gave the extracting drive fits for a good long while. D2t10 probably took a few hours to extract, and EAC reported a few suspicious positions, but I listened back in *excruciating* detail, numerous times, and can hear no flaws. EAC + Plextor, the Rolls-Royce of CD-R hardware. I'm not sure how widely this show circulates in the general Ian Anderson/Jethro Tull trading communities (it does, and I got setlist help from the Ministry of Information - http://www.ministry-of-information.co.uk/setlist/03c.htm), but I can't recall ever seeing it in Keneally circles, which is why I'd gone begging and begging and begging for it until finally the generous trader sent me this copy. There are a couple pictures from this show on Mike's website: http://www.keneally.com/photopages/photos03a.html