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on 1 March 2008
Well there are some excellent performances on this DVD and it's interesting to see all the ex-Tull members (from way back) and how they've changed. Especially Glen Cornick: gone is the 2ft long black hair and the beard and headband. Short hair - clean-shaven. I barely recognized him. Clive Bunker is almost bald. And I'm sure Ian Anderson's beard is darker now than in 1970. I wonder if he uses Grecian 2000?

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.
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