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Jethro Tull - Nothing Is Easy: Live At The Isle Of Wight 1970 CD (album) cover


Jethro Tull


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3.84 | 81 ratings

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2 stars and this is the companion DVD to the live CD.

in short... the performances are incredible. Anderson's flute solo on My God, will have you laughing and shaking your head in astonishment at the same time. The drum solo on Dharma comes alive visually as a meer listen to a drum solo can't. A few complaints unrelated to the acual performances. Another Murray Lerner film which means the soundcheck performance of Bouree is cut into by crowd footage. The show itself has no flow with rememberance by Ian Anderson between each song. For some reason Jethro Tull's performance of A Song For Jeffrey from the Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus is put between My Sunday Feeling and My God. Though it is GREAT to see Tony Iommi from Sabbath playing with Ian Anderson hahah.. it shouldn't have been stuck on this.. or at the very least, at the end of the DVD. Not every song from the CD is shown here on the DVD as well. While the performances are nothing short of incredible and just plain fun to watch. The DVD as a whole is not the best put together that I've seen.

2 stars. For collectors or Fans of Tull only but what a treat it is....

micky | 2/5 |


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