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Ian Anderson - Plays the Orchestral Jethro Tull DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I find that often when groups play with orchestras the result is somewhat disappointing. Often the orchestra simply serves as icing on the cake and the power of the music is tempered in trying to lend room to the new found instruments in the arrangement.
Ian Anderson - Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson Thick as a Brick Live in Iceland DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Let’s just say that those looking for a Jethro Tull concert specifically might be disappointed.

Antibalas - Live from the House of Soul DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I might as well address the elephant in the room first. This is an incredibly short release. It’s only four songs and about half an hour long.

Asia - Classic Rock Legends DVD
Review by Greg Olma
Asia has had many line-ups throughout their long career as part of having more than two-dozen musicians pass through their ranks. 

Ayreon - Universe DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This starts with a future person, looking like a borg introducing the situation and setting the scene in a theatrical way. The music powers out after this extended introduction, powerful and rocking for the prologue.

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