This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Jethro Tull’s breakthrough album, Aqualung, and as such, they are the cover feature of the latest issue of Prog Magazine. I got my copy direct from the UK, and I’ve been reading about the band, so I figured it’d be cool to run one of their concerts here in PopCult.

The show you see above was recorded at The Capitol Center, in November, 1977. This was NOT the Aqualung tour, but they do play several tracks from that album here. In fact, I happen to have the setlist handy, but I’m not sure if every song here made it into the video…

1. Wond’ring Aloud
2. Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of The New Day
3. Jack-In-The-Green
4. Thick As A Brick
5. Songs From The Wood
6. Instrumental/ Drum Solo
7. To Cry You A Song
8. A New Day Yesterday
9. Flute Solo/God Rest Ye Gentlemen/Bouree/A New Day Yesterday
10. Living In The Past /A New Day Yesterday (reprise)
12. Velvet Green
13. Hunting Girl
14. Too Old To Rock ‘n’ Roll: Too Young To Die
15.Minstrel In The Gallery
16. Cross-Eyed Mary
17. Aqualung
18. Martin Barre Guitar Solo/Wind Up
19. Back Door Angels / Guitar Improvisation /Wind Up (reprise)
20. Locomotive Breath/Land Of Hope And Glory/ Back Door Angels (reprise)