Jethro Tull – 26 May 2004

Wednesday, May 26, 2004
Sava Center

The concert of the British band “Jethro Tull” was performed in Sava Center on May 26.

The concert was phenomenal!

Ian Anderson (vocalist, flautist, the main guy) was entertaining the audience with his witty remarks during the whole concert, although he had a cold. He was hopping around on the whole stage and played the flute as a maestro.

They were performing both the old and new songs. They started with the classics: Living In The Past, Beggar’s Farm, Nothing’s Easy. Then there were a bit newer songs such as Eurology. There were also Mother Goose, Hot Night In Budapest, Pavane, Weathercock. And finally, they played Aqualung, and Locomotive Breath as an encore. A unique event.

Having been the guest for the first time in Belgrade, Jethro Tull performed a concert in a big hall of Sava Center 29 years later. Spiced with Anderson’s seductive dancing, the world’s “classic rock” flute leader Jethro Tull set the audience on foot by his very first song. Jethro Tull was playing the songs from his latest “Christmas album”, the songs from Ian Anderson’s solo album “Rapid Dance”, as well as the unforgettable hits from the sixties and seventies of the last century in front of the Belgrade’s audience.

Set List:

  1. Aqua-Intro
  2. Living in the Past
  3. Nothing Is Easy
  4. Beggar’s Farm
  5. With You There to Help Me
  6. Eurology(Ian Anderson song)
  7. Farm on the Freeway
  8. Pavane
  9. Weathercock
  10. Bourée
  11. Mother Goose
  12. Morris Minus(Martin Barre song)
  13. A New Day Yesterday
  14. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  15. Budapest
  16. Holly Herald
  17. Aqualung
  18. Wind Up
  19. Locomotive Breath
  20. Protect and Survive (Instrumental)
  21. Cheerio