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NOTHING IS EASY: LIVE AT THE ISLE OF WIGHT 1970

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

4.12 | 109 ratings

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OGTL
4 stars I disagree, this is the companion CD to the DVD! Or you could just get the DVD+CD package for cheap and get the best of both worlds.

The CD contains some tracks that for whatever reason weren't filmed and not included on the video release. For that alone it gets a nice plus, it's great to listen to a full concert that sounds decent.

The playing is absolutely full of energy, the atmosphere of the immense audience surely influenced their synergy. It was recorded of course in 1970 at the Isle Of Wight hippie fest (UK's answer to Woodstock) and as such has a selection of tracks from the band's first three releases, and a prototype of My God. (Aqualung) It's an excellent summary of their early folk rock period.

Essential for Tull fans and those that appreciate a beautiful live recording.

OGTL | 4/5 |

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