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Jethro Tull - Nothing Is Easy: Live At The Isle Of Wight 1970 (cd/dvd)

A cd/dvd of Jethro Tull's electrifying performance at the 1970 Isle Of Wight Festival available as part of Salvo's Sound & Vision series.

The dvd features the full concert plus an illuminating 2004 interview with Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull's performance of A Song For Jeffrey from the Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, featuring Tony Iommi (of Black Sabbath) on guitar.

The deluxe digi-pack comes with a 12 page booklet featuring notes by Ian Anderson.

This DVD is PAL Region 0

'Performances and bands like this come around once in lifetime.' 5/5 Progressive World

'At its best, the results are as good as anything from the band's core output.' - All Music

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01. My Sunday Feeling
02. My God
03. With You There To Help Me
04. To Cry You A Song
05. Bouree
06. Dharma For One
07. Nothing Is Easy
08. Medley : We Used To Know / For A Thousand

DVD only:

01. Introduction “Just an old guy having fun"
02. Festival opens
03. Sound check “Fences ruin the world"
04. Bourée
05. Jethro Tull stage introduction & tuning up
06. My Sunday Feeling
07. The origins of Jethro Tull, the only rock and roll flute band
08. A Song For Jeffrey: The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus
09. The phallic flute
10. Ian Anderson banter
11. My God
12. Something different about Jethro Tull
13. Dharma For One
14. Tension and violence at the festival
15. Nothing Is Easy
16. “A festival with all stops pulled out"ť
17. Encore medley intro
18. We Used To Know / For A Thousand Mothers
19. A watershed time: hippies vs. Establishment



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