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has five DVD collections in release: "Living
with the Past," "A New Day Yesterday:
the 25th Anniversary Collection 1969-1994," the historic "Nothing
is Easy: Live at
the Isle of Wight 1970," "Live
at Montreux 2003, and "Live at Madison
Square Garden." Ian has a solo orchestral
Plays the Orchestral Jethro Tull." You will find special samples and
multimedia previews for most of the DVDs via their individual pages.
older videos, "Slipstream" and "The 20th Anniversary" are
not in print though "Slipstream" is part of the remastered "A" album
(UK release January 2004, USA April 2004)
Madison Square Garden DVD and CD Collection
1978, Tull became the first rock group to appear live from America on
British TV during their "Heavy Horses" tour. This famed Madison
Square Garden show is honored with a fantastic DVD & CD package.
The set contains over 90 minutes of concert recording in 5.1 DTS surround sound
and includes audio and footage of many of their most popular tracks, such as
Aqualung, Song From The Wood, Thick As A Brick, Heavy Horses, and many more featuring
50 minutes of superb footage The CD contains the concert audio in stereo.
New Day Yesterday: the 25th Anniversary Collection 1969-1994
as VHS in 1994, this 1.5 hour collection is remastered to DVD with
stereo sound. Included are Tull music videos, great interviews from
current (well, in 1994) and past members at a reunion staged in London,
and live performances over the years.
A highlight is the ever controversial "The Story of the Hare that Lost His
Spectacles" video, for how "over the top" it is and the amazing
production quality for 1973 (compare early MTV).
with the Past
||"LWTP" features songs
from a specially recorded concert at London's Hammersmith Apollo
Theatre in 2001. It includes lots of documentary backstage
snippets, and interviews and insights along with a reunion of the
original 1968 lineup for a few songs in a small pub. A special bonus
is the intimate acoustic recording session with Ian on:
Wond'ring Aloud and Life Is A Long
Song, both of which are bolstered by the presence of a string quartet.
is Easy: Live at the Isle of Wright 1970
|| Tull played the final
day of the legendary Isle of Wight festival (often called the "British
Woodstock") in 1970. Tull fans now can own
classic, previously unreleased live recording of the band's
early work. The DVD masterfully intersperses
comments from Ian about the "hippie" period,
the festival, the technical and logistic difficulties of the soundcheck, Tull's
legacy, and the band's performance, as well as a photo
Tull from the festival.
This approximately eighty-minute DVD has superior audio, including options for
Dolby Surround 5.1 and DTS, outstanding sound quality.
at Montreux 2003
In 2003, Tull made
their first (and so far only) visit to the Montreux Festival. Split
into a semi-acoustic first half and a full on electric second half,
the concert was a triumph combining newer songs such as “Dot
Com”, “Pavane,” and “Budapest” with
Anderson Plays the Orchestral Jethro Tull
||In recent years, Ian
has been performing orchestral concerts with his "Rubbing Elbows"
band mates. This DVD was recorded in December
2004 in Mannheim, Germany with the Neue
Orchestra and features solo, classical and Tull material.
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