quarta-feira, 11 de julho de 2012


Hoje recebi o seguinte e-mail do Mediafire deletando arquivos do DVD do show em Instanbul (Today I received the following e-mail from Mediafire erasing files from the Instanbul DVD):
The file (1991 - Instanbul Amphithatre DVD.part08.rar) violates the MediaFire Terms of Service. Due to it being distributed from your account, it has been removed. Also, a Strike has been placed against your account and can lead to a termination of service.
Respondi com o seguinte texto (I answered the following text):
Today I received e-mails about files that were deleted for violating terms of service.
I have a blog called Bootullegs, in wich I post exclusivelly bootlegs of the band Jethro Tull and it's members.
A bootleg is an amateur recording of a concert, not available comercially, therefore a recording no one profits from. I distribute this recordings for free, because I love this band. This recordings, and this blog are for people who have all official material of the band and still like it so much that want more and more.
I respect copyrights, I have posted things and taken them off when discovered they were officialy released, once I posted a show in 2008 that was released some time later and I took it of the air and posted a link for people to buy the album from Amazon.
I want to know what is wrong with distributing the files I distribute. I have been using Mediafire services for a long time without complaints, if this is to come to an end I would appreciate if the whys were explained to me really well.
I noticed that a DVD was the pivot of this, if someone really owns it I will take it of the air immediately with a excuse me blog post to go with it. Please help me figure this out. 
My blog: http://bootlegstullianos.blogspot.com.br/
The refered post that was taken of the air: http://bootlegstullianos.blogspot.com.br/2008/11/2008-avo-session-basel.html 
Estou esperando uma resposta, mas não tenho grandes esperanças. Se a conta for fechada, infelizmente o blog também parará as atividades. Resta esperar.  (I am waiting for an answer, without big hopes. If the account is closed, unfortunately, the blog will also stop the activities. Now we wait)

domingo, 13 de maio de 2012

(Ian Anderson) 2012 - Symphony Hall, Birmingham UK 2012-04-30

Local: Bootleg gravado no Birmingham Hall em Birmingham, Inglaterra em 30 de Abril de 2012.

Faixas: CD 1: Thick As A Brick Part 1 / Weather Forecast / Prostate Cancer Awareness / Thick As A Brick Part 2
CD 2: Tuffty's Intro / From A Pebble Thrown / Pebbles Instrumental / Might-Have-Beens / Upper Sixth Loan Shark / Banker Bets, Banker Wins / Swing It Far / Adrift And Dumbfounded / Old School Song / Wotton Bassett Town / Power And Spirit / Give Till It Hurts / Cosy Corner / Shunt And Shuffle / A Change Of Horses / Confessional / Kismet In Suburbia / What-ifs, Maybes and Might-Have-Beens / Tuffty's Outro Band Intro

Ian Anderson - Flute, Acoustic Guitar, vocals
John o'Hara - Piano, Hammond Organ, Accordion
David Goodier - Bass Guitar, Glockenspiel, Backing Vocals
Florian Opahle - Electric Guitar
Scott Hammond - Drums & Percussion
Ryan O'Donnell - Song, Dance, Props and Sweeping

Qualidade: Muito Boa
MP3: 320 kbps
2 CD's. Tempo Total: 51:28 min, 63:05 min.

Links para download:
Parte 1 (117,0 mb) : Download
Parte 2 (167,0 mb) : Download

Comentários: Esse ano Ian Anderson resolveu lançar Thick As A Brick 2! Álbum controverso, que dividiu os fãs entre calorosos defensores e irredutíveis críticos, e que eu pessoalmente gostei muito, apesar de admitir que certos importantes detalhes, como o baterista por exemplo, poderiam ter sido melhores. Anyway, o show apresentado nessa turnê (Ian Solo! Importante lembrar), conta com TAAB 1 e 2 tocadas na íntegra, com direito a revisitar as piadas e brincadeira durante o show em homenagem as apresentações originais dos anos 70. Gostei bastante, achei um show bem executado e tocado, e fico feliz do Ian ter tido a iniciativa de colocar outro vocalista no grupo, não só pra que ele ficasse mais livre na flauta, mas porque certas partes vocais estão fora de seu alcance há muito tempo. Recomendo!
This year Ian Anderson released Thick As A Brick 2! Controversial record which divided the fans between hot defenders and irreducible critics, and that I personally liked a lot, although I have to admit that certain important details, like the drummer per instance, that could have been better. Anyway, the show presented in this tour (Ian Solo, important to remember!) has TAAB 1 and 2 played whole, with jokes and weather forecasts during the show to pay homenage to the presentations of the 70's. I really enjoyed it, it's a well executed show, and I'm happy that Ian put another singer in the group, not only to be able to play more flute parts, but also because there are certain vocal parts that he just can't sing for a long time now. Recomended!