October 29th, 2011 National Cat Day http://www.nationalcatday.com/index2.htm My girls make an appearance or two in this. The song is ‘And the Mouse Police Ne…
Really cool video 😀 Cats rule! :3 *purr*
is that a convention of aposticats?
I have the drinking songs for irish cats album! then again naturally, I love kitties so much
I am allergic to cats, still I have one. Go Kitties. I am allergic to dogs as well, but pound for pound cats have a lot more character. Release the kitties. watch?v=FwTIwE8mInk
YAAAYY KITTEHS 😀
All love from me Jasmine
i love so much the kittehs! <3
So many great quotes! 🙂
Naww this made me miss my kitties! Off to mum’s house to hug her cat instead!
Knew you would understand! PET THE CAT!
Jehovah Cat is great–even though he is kind of a jerk. At least in Judicial Committees.
Kitties and Tull are perfect combo
Oh! One White Duck/Nothing At All and Requiem are my two most favorite songs by JT!!!!
Always been partial to “Minstrel in the Gallery” myself.
Unfortunately no. I wish there was though. This was in the days when 35mm film was being phased out and digital was coming in.
When I was an undergraduate, my department had a Halloween/Talent Show party. I went as Ian Anderson, circa 1970’s when he was wearing the tattered, plaid overcoat, complete with facial hair glued to my face with spirit gum and a codpiece. Good times, good times.
The old man image came from Ian’s first wife who was a photographer. She took a picture of a homeless man and it struck a chord with Ian.
Here in the States, people only recognize JT for ‘Aqualung’ and ‘Locomotive Breath.’ It’s a shame really.
I own every CD and a few vinyls by JT and Ian Anderson. It’s vital stuff to me.
Horses was yet another one of their underrated albums. Of course, most all JT albums are underrated and under-appreciated except for Aqualung. It’s a crime that they still have yet to be inducted in the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame.
Aye. It’s found on the ‘Heavy Horses’ album.
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