Here’s a blast from the recent-ish past.
Watch Joe Bonamassa join Jethro Tull on stage in London for a 2011 performance of “Locomotive Breath.”
It’s fun to see Bonamassa stand side by side with Tull guitarist Martin Barre, the axman behind “Cross-Eyed Mary,” “Locomotive Breath” and so many more. Barre holds a special place in Guitar World history; his solo on “Aqualung” comes it at Number 25 on our list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Solos of All Time.”
Anyway, we’ve also included a clip of Bonamassa performing Jethro Tull’s very Cream-like (if you ask me) “A New Day Yesterday” with Tull frontman Ian Anderson on flute and vocals from around the same time as the top video. Enjoy!
Jethro Tull and Joe Bonamassa Play "Locomotive Breath"
Source: Guitar World