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

A NEW DAY YESTERDAY - THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.04 | 51 ratings

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Alucard
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2 stars I had this fore some time no on my shelf and pulled it out yesterday.... and hmm the idea to reunite old and new Tull members in a pub to celebrate the 25th birthday of the band and film the whole thing isn't already the greatest idea in the world...it's like old school meetings : it's interesting for a bout two seconds and then you just want to move on...most of the anecdotes are either lame or pathetic or both and even so Anderson seems amused, it's quite embarrassing ....kind of Thick As A Brick with an extra bonus for John Evans explanations about business and popstars...throughout the party we see (and the band members are actually watching it on a VHS in the pub) some clips throughout the Tull history including the famous the heir who lost his spectacles which was already released as a bonus on the passion play CD re-release) intercut by comments etc.....you learn some great news about Eddie Jobson's make-up for ex.... (fortunately some of the clips are as a bonus in complete lenght). All in all, short ( about 50 min) not interesting, and only worth the money for the few full length bonus clips.
Alucard | 2/5 |

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