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NOTHING IS EASY: LIVE AT THE ISLE OF WIGHT 1970

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.82 | 70 ratings

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richardh
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4 stars I got this recently when it became available on special offer. I admit to being a bit disappointed at first to find that it isn't just a live performance but actually a complete ducumentary film including Anderson himself musing about the festival and Tulls part in it.This is okay though as Anderson is a facinating bloke and his comments are always interesting. The performance of all the tracks (when they eventually arrive) is superb. Dharma For One is my favourite. What a great drummer Clive Bunker is! The footage of hippies going on about 'cats' and 'peace' with the obligatory 'man' at the end of every sentence while almost coming to blows is bloody hilarious.There is also bits of an interview with a retired squadron leader (as Anderson refers to him) who seems to have a slight pervy take on all the proceedings. All in all a very entertaining film.
richardh | 4/5 |

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