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A New Day Yesterday (video album)

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Artist  Jethro Tull
Label  Chrysalis Records
Release date  15 September 2003
Genre  Progressive rock
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Released  15 September 2003 (UK) January 13, 2004 (USA)
Recorded  Various occasions from 1969 to 1994
25th Anniversary Video  Living with the Past (2002)
Similar  Jethro Tull albums, Progressive rock albums

A New Day Yesterday (2003), also known as Jethro Tull: A New Day Yesterday – 25th Anniversary Collection, 1969-1994, is a stereo DVD remastering of 25th Anniversary Video by Jethro Tull. The collection is named for the opening track from the band's 1969 album Stand Up.

Track listing

  • Introduction / Living In The Past (live) – Brussels 1993
  • Nothing Is Easy (live) – Isle of Wight 1970
  • 25th Anniversary Reunion
  • Teacher (live) French TV 1970
  • The Witch’s Promise (live) – BBC Top Of The Pops 1970
  • The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles
  • Minstrel In The Gallery (live) – Paris 1975
  • Aqualung (live) – BBC Sight & Sound 1977
  • Thick As A Brick Rehearsal/ Thick As . . . (live) – Madison Square Garden 1978
  • Songs From The Wood (live) – London 1980
  • Too Old To Rock N Roll . . . – Promo video clip 1980
  • Kissing Willie – Promo video clip 1989
  • 25th Anniversary Tour Rehearsals / My God
  • Rocks On The Road – Promo video 1991
  • A New Day Yesterday (live) – Promo video
  • Teacher (live) – French TV 1970 [complete performance]
  • The Witch’s Promise (live) – BBC Top Of The Pops 1970 [complete performance]
  • The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles – Passion Play Tour 1973
  • Aqualung (live) – BBC Sight & Sound 1977 [complete performance]
  • Kissing Willie – full promo video 1989
  • Rocks On The Road – full promo video 1991
  • Living In The Past (live) – Brussels 1993 [complete performance]
  • References

    A New Day Yesterday (video album) Wikipedia


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