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Jethro Tull: New Day Yesterday [DVD] 
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This celebratory video includes archive footage of the band alongside footage of them at a reunion to celebrate the band's 25 years in the music industry. Virtually all past and present members of Jethro Tull turned up, including lead singer Ian Anderson.
Originally released on video in 1994, A New Day Yesterday is a thoroughly entertaining 90-minute documentary celebrating Jethro Tull's first quarter-century. While only Anderson remains from the original line-up, with guitarist Martin Barre having joined as of their second album, part of the fun comes from watching more than a dozen members past and present coming together at a genteel reunion party to be interviewed and share reminiscences.
The DVD is also strong on concert performance and video excerpts, especially those from the band's most successful period (the codpiece-and-minstrelsy 70s stretch that yielded hit records such as Aqualung, Thick as a Brick, and Songs from the Wood), in addition to more recent items, including their rehearsals for a 25th anniversary reunion tour. DVD bonus materials feature seven of those performances (including "Teacher", "The Witch's Promise", and "Aqualung") in their entirety. --Sam Graham
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Go to the DVD's Main Menu and once there highlight the 'Play All' selection. Now press the RIGHT arrow key on your remote control to highlight two pictures on the pub wall. If you press the ENTER' key now you will see random clips from the documentary.
Hidden track 2:
The track is "Witch's Promise" and can be found on the Bonus Tracks menu. On that menu, select the entry 'Play All' to start playback of all bonus tracks. Once they are all through, the promised hidden track will play automatically.
Most of the videos you'll have seen before at one time or another. Except, probably, for one: The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles - which was shown at only a few Tull concerts during the Passion Play period in the mid 70s. But anyway it's all good stuff.