Living with the Past is a live album by the British progressive rock band Jethro Tull, released in 2002.

There is also an eponymous DVD released, but this does contain a different setlist.

Most of the album was recorded in 2001 in London, but there are, might be interesting for the chauvenisten among us, also two songs played during the 2 Meter Sessionsadded. In addition, a short session with a string quartet on Ian Anderson at home, continue The Dressing Room Tapes and a song played by a reunion of the original 1968-Jethro Tull lineup.


  1. Intro
  2. My Sunday Feeling
  3. Roots To Branches
  4. Jack-In-The-Green
  5. The Habanero Reel
  6. Sweet Dream
  7. In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff
  8. Aqualung
  9. Locomotive Breath
  10. Living In The Past
  11. Protect And Survive
  12. Nothing Is Easy
  13. Wond'ring Aloud
  14. Life Is A Long Song
  15. A Christmas Song
  16. Cheap Day Return
  17. Mother Goose
  18. Dot Com
  19. Fat Man
  20. Some Day The Sun Won't Shine For You "
  21. Cheerio
  • Number 1 to 11 and 21: 25 november 2001, Hammersmith Apollo, London.
  • Number 12: 22 October 1999, Olympia, Paris
  • Number 13 and 14: 22 January 2002, Ian Anderson's private studio.
  • Number 15, 16 and 17: 13 October 1989, The Dressing Room Tapes; Hallenstadion, Zurich.
  • Number 18 and 19: 2 Meter sessions, wisseloord Studios, Hilversum, the Netherlands.
  • Number 20: 29 January 2002, Kelly 's, Leamington Spa (1968-Jethro Tull lineup).

Line up[Edit]Edit

Guest Musicians:

  • Mick Abrahams (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals)
  • Clive Bunker (drums)
  • Glenn Cornick (bass)
  • David Pegg (mandolin, bass)

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