"And if that aperitif wasn't enough, the 'Aqualung' main course duly followed in its wonderful entirety and sequence with original JT legend Clive Bunker joining Todd on a dual drum kit. Despite, sadly no Dee Palmer, Barre once again demonstrated why his sound and guitar playing is a major factor in Jethro Tull's success. And if you missed out, make sure you purchase Martin's '50 Years Of Jethro Tull', that similar to tonight's set, gives a fresh take on a lot of Tull classics." That was part of our take on the Martin Barre Band's - Aqualung 50th Anniversary Show at Faversham's A New Day Festival, back in August, so we were delighted to hear from our Swiss correspondent, Marlène Rivet, who took in the very same show at the Mühle Hunziken in Rübigen on Thursday night, hence not only Marlène's photo gallery from the night, but also today's Video Of The Day!
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