Albums  Live Up The Pool


Live Up The Pool (2007)


Mainland Blues

Play in Time

We used to know


Wondering aloud

So Much Trouble

Some day the sun wont shine for you


Back to the family

To be sad is a mad way to be

1000 Peter Gunns



Living in the past

Hunt by Numbers

Jack in the Green

Critique Oblique

Dun Ringill

Serenade to a Cuckoo

Dharma for One


God rest ye merry Gentleman/Bouree

Cross Eyed Mary

New Years Yesterday Medley



Patrick Rowbotham

vocals, electric & acoustic bass guitars, percussion

Peter Cheetham

vocals, flute, tenor saxophone, acoustic guitar

Simon Dowling

electric & acoustic guitars

David Slater

drums, percussion, backing vocals


Recorded and engineered live in Hartlepool in July
2003 during the band's summer Tull tribute tour of
premier venues in Northern England.Mixed and Mastered
in early 2007 using the Cold Flame recording mobile by
Peter Cheetham and Patrick Rowbottom.Engineered by
Peter Cheetham. Produced and Arranged by Patrick
Rowbottom and Peter Cheetham
All songs Ian Anderson except So much trouble - Sonny
Terry/Brownie McGee; Serenade to a Cuckoo - Roland
Kirk; Spirits, Jiggerypokery, Matty -PR ; Elven -
PR/PC ; 1000 Peter Gunns - arranged PR.

Live Up The Pool represents a typical Jethro Tull
tribute show from the four piece line that included ex
drummer Dave Slater and guitarist Simon Dowling. Most
of the material featured on this latest live album are
Jethro Tull tracks played the Cold Flame way  but
there are some Flame original pieces  in there as well
- a feature of all the band's Tull tribute
performances down the years. Whilst there are a number
of concert recordings in the vaults taken from the
last few years, the opportunity to make public one of
the better recordings of a fairly recent Tull show
performance was too tempting to resist. The Hartlepool
gig was one of several showcase performances during
the summer of 2003 which showcased both Jethro Tull
material and tracks from the then soon to be released
studio album - The Seven Seas.The initial Adat
recordings were transferred to Shipwreck studios in
Glossop and following the closure of what had been our
regular studio for a number of years, all recordings
were then transferred to Cold Flame HQ. Unfortunately
approx 20 minutes representing the encore finale was
not captured at the time due to a mix up in recording
timings but nevetheless the main part of the concert
survived.Friendly reminders and enquiries in recent
months led to Peter and Patrick remixing and mastering
the Hartlepool tapes and the results are now available
to all.Top nice chap and good friend - artist Julian
Homer has worked closely with the band yet again to
design an interesting cover which is felt really
suits the musical content.This is how Cold Flame
sounded in 2003 , a highly enjoyable period in the
evolving  life of the band. If this album does nothing
else but encourage everyone to go out and buy some
more Jethro Tull, that in itself will be reward

Cold Flame June 2007













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