|Geoff Kempin||Executive Producer|
|Claude Nobs||Executive Producer|
|Terry Shand||Executive Producer|
From the late 1960s through the new millennium, British rock outfit Jethro Tull has never stopped churning out the tunes. When the group made their first trip to the Montreux Music Festival back in 2003, the cameras were rolling to capture every not of this historic concert event. The first half of the set is semi-acoustic, and the second half is full on electric. With a combination of old and new, this nineteen song performance is one that no Jethro Tull fan will want to miss. Featured songs include "Budapest," "Dot Com," "Hunting Girl," and "Aqualung."
|Source:||Eagle Rock Ent|
|Sound:||[stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]|
Ian's voice isn't good like it was in the early days of Tull. The song selection was very poor: He didn't sing too many hits. Also, the versions he sang aren't as good as the originals.
I fell in love with the music of Jethro Tull in the very early 1970's and I am still a follower of the band to this day. Over the years, the members of Tull have really grown as musicians. If you're looking for Mad Dog Fagen, you will not find him. But if you're looking for an awesome performance of an Older and Wiser Tull, Then buy this DVD, sit back and Enjoy!!! And Ian's voice sounds great!