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    Default Jethro Tull (unplugged)

    1987 MTV Unplugged. Ian Anderson/Martin Barre/Dave Pegg

    "Serenade to a Cuckoo" & ""Skating Away" (Dave Pegg is on mandolin on the latter)


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    Default Re: Jethro Tull (unplugged)

    Nice! The instrumental got cut too short. Love all that old stuff, Thick as a Brick, Benefit, Aqualung, etc..Takes me back.

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    Default Re: Jethro Tull (unplugged)

    If I recall Tull used mandolin on several songs on their first several LP's.

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    Default Re: Jethro Tull (unplugged)

    I don't think they ever officially stopped using the mandolin. Several band members dabbled throughout their history, although the mandolin was nobody's main instrument.

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    Default Re: Jethro Tull (unplugged)

    IMO the mando is lost in the mix, get on the upper strings for this one.

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