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Written by RogorMortis   
Sunday, 10 August 2014
MARTIN BARRE ANNOUNCES STUDIO ALBUM FEATURING TULL CLASSICS 8th August 2014

Responding to fans’ demand, legendary guitarist Martin Barre has announced the release of ‘Order of Play’. The album, due out on September 29th, is the studio version of the acclaimed show which sees him performing Tull classics with his talented live band.

“In January 2013, we headlined a festival in Somerset, UK. We wanted a live CD to be a summary of the last two years of our work and this was the idea opportunity. Fans had kept asking for a CD version of the show, but rather than record an actual gig, thought we would do something better and record ‘live in a studio’, with all the energy of a show but with the best sound quality possible. So, with the band in one place, and a couple of “days off” – explains Martin.  “We met at Middle Farm Studio the next morning, set the back-line up as we do onstage, with Dan in a booth, as he, rightly, felt that it was important to record all his vocals live.  It was really important to keep the feel and continuity the same as a live gig. By the end of the day, we had all the songs finished.”

Martin Barre is one of the most influential and respected guitarists in classic rock history. His sound was recognized as a major factor in Jethro Tull’s success, they went on to sell over 60 million albums worldwide. Martin has worked with many other artists including Paul McCartney, Phil Collins, Gary Moore, Joe Bonamassa and Chris Thompson and has shared a stage with such legends as Hendrix, Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin. Over the past two years, Barre has performed live, some of Jethro Tull’s most loved classics, winning praise from both critics and fans.

Next to Barre, in charge of guitar and mandolin, we find an array of like-minded musicians including Dan Crisp on vocals, acoustic guitar and bouzouki, drummer George Lindsay, Richard Beesley on saxophone and clarinet who is one of London’s most versatile session players, having played with Michael Buble, Mark Ronson, the Funk Brothers and The Supremes among others. Bassist Alan Thomson is also a long term member of John Martyn’s Band and an accomplished song writer, with credits including Robert Palmer, Rick Wakeman, and Bo Diddley.


Tracklisting is:

1.     New Day Yesterday                 

2.     Fatman                                   

3.     Watch your Step                     

4.     Crossroads                             

5.     Minstrel in the Gallery              

6.     To Cry you a Song                  

7.     Steal your Heart Away             

8.     Thick as a Brick (excerpt)

        
9.    Sweet Dream                          

10.  Song for Jeffrey                     

11.  Rock me Baby                        

12.  Teacher                                   

13.  Still Loving you Tonight           

14.  Locomotive Breath                  


You can catch Martin Barre live on the following dates:

 

DATE                          CITY                           VENUE

29th August            Ilminster               Square & Compass Inn

30th August            St Ives                  The Guildhall

3rd  September      Cardiff                   The Globe

4th  September       Wolverhampton    Robin 2

5th  September       Bolton                   The Railway

6th  September       Liverpool               Lomax

7th  September       London                 The Borderline

8th  September       Leicester              The Musician

9th  September       Cambridge           The Junction

11th September      Bristol                   The Tunnels

12th September      Derby                   The Flowerpot

4th  December        St Helens             The Citadel

6th  December        Newcastle             The Cluny

7th December         Skegness              Folk Festival

20th December       Leamington Spa    The Leamington Assembly

21st December       East Devon            Budleigh Salterton Public Hall

23 -26 January       Skegness              Great British Rock & Blues Festival
 
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