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This wonderful DVD is the same 95-minute-or-so concert from Jethro Tull's lead vocalist/songwriter and the Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt that you'll find on the double-CD audio counterpart, 20 songs beginning with the five-piece band and expanding from there. The visuals are lovely — shots from above, fade ins, split screen, black-and-white footage superimposed on color — which makes the viewing quite appealing. Quirkier material like "Up the Pool" from the Living in the Past album sounds sophisticated in this ta-ta setting with the aging and respectful audience politely applauding. Ian Anderson's fans are now as old as the Aqualung figure he has projected for the past four decades or so, and it's fascinating psychology to hear the music of their youth presented in such old-world ambiance. Ian is quite chatty on the disc, talking up the intro to his reinvention of "We Three Kings," now titled "We Five Kings" for the rock/folk quintet employed on this gig. Ian Anderson (pretty much) unplugged succeeds on many levels, and the music of Jethro Tull works wonderfully in this dress. The orchestral version of "Aqualung" is dramatic and sonically exciting, as one would expect. The exotic movements of so many musicians complement the tone of Anderson's voice and the authority with which he tells his many tales. Bonuses include a seven-minute interview with legendary German concert promoter Fritz Rau (interpreted by a translator), nine minutes of interviews with some of the contributors, and even a bit of footage from the mastering of these recordings. Ian Anderson Plays the Orchestral Jethro Tull superbly captures all the magic of the event and offers unique insight into the creative mind of Tull's driving force.

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que du bon

Anderson fidèle à lui même. Virtuose de la flûte traversière. Si on aime Jethro tull on ne peux que adorer.

Biographie

Né(e) : 10 août 1947 à Dunfermline, Scotland

Genre : Rock

Années d’activité : '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Probably best known as the lead vocalist, flutist, and guitarist in the progressive folk-rock band Jethro Tull, Ian Anderson has also released several albums under his own name. Born in Fife, Scotland, Anderson was interested in music from a young age, gaining influence from his father James' record collection of big band and jazz, as well as early rock & roll by Elvis Presley. The Anderson family later relocated to Blackpool where Ian finished his studies. In 1963, alongside his school friends,...
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