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Jethro Tull - A New Day Yesterday - The 25th Anniversary Collection CD (album) cover


Jethro Tull


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3.04 | 51 ratings

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3 stars As far as being a fan of Jethro Tull, I think this is a "should have" documentation. Why do I call it as documentation? It's because of there is no such thing as full concert here. The DVD menu is quite confusing because I think that the song sequence is like what listed above - but it is not. I did try to understand how the menu works but still I repeat the same thing.

Nevertheless, it's a good video for me because I can see clearly how Ian Anderson is one of the best rock singers I have ever seen on stage. He is so dynamic with his singing style - not only his unique voce that matters, but also his facial expression! Look on how he sings and plays flute on "Aqualung" - it's so great. I love to see also a collection of songs where I have never seen them yet on video, like "Minstrel In The Gallery", "Teacher", "The Story of The Hare .", "Thick As a Brick" or "Living In The Past".

The other interesting part this DVD offers is the "Rehearsals for the 25th Anniversary Tour (God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen)". I think their rehearsal is so cool and well documented. The jazz music combined with rock is really good. I also enjoy interview with the gutarist Mike Abhraham and Martin Barre as well.

Peace on earth and mercy mild - GW

Gatot | 3/5 |


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