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. 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.
Lyrics to "A New Day Yesterday" song by Jethro Tull: My first and last time with you and we had some fun. wenT walking through the trees, yeah! And t. .My luck should be so bad now to turn out this way. Oh I had to leave today just when I thought I'd found you. It was a new day yesterday But it's an old day now. Submit Corrections. Writer(s): IAN ANDERSON. J. Jethro Tull Lyrics. album: "Stand Up" (1969).
Recorded Live In Europe '72. Because Thick As A Brick is in the set and being recorded in 1972; the drummer must be Barriemore Barlow and not Clive Bunkers (sic) as stated in the booklet.
A New Day Yesterday 1969-1994. New Day Yesterday may work as well as it does because it's like the music on their best albums, permeated with that irony. In the opening seconds of the footage depicting the 1994 25th anniversary reunion of 13 past and present members of the band, original lead guitarist Mick Abrahams (who left in 1969) and lead guitarist Martin Barre (then in his 24th year with the group) each describe themselves as limited to one style of playing - Abrahams seems contented with the notion that.
|1||So Much Trouble||3:14|
|2||A Song For Jeffrey||3:14|
|3||My Sunday Feeling||3:48|
|7||Dharma For One||3:59|
|8||Living In The Past||3:02|
|9||A New Day Yesterday||4:06|
|11||Nothing Is Easy||5:01|
|14||Nothing Is Easy||14:17|
|15||For A Thousand Mothers||4:52|
|16||Back To The Family||3:34|
|JT-24-94-08||Jethro Tull||A New Day Yesterday (CD, Comp, Unofficial)||Gold Standard||JT-24-94-08||Italy||1994|