Nothing Is Easy: Live at the Isle of Wight 1970 is a live album by Jethro Tull. I think you can work out that this is another live recording from the famous live festival – a British version of Woodstock if you like.
Jethro Tull Nothing Is Easy: Live at the Isle of Wight 1970
My Sunday Feeling – 5:20 (originally on the album This Was)
My God– 7:31 (a preview of the song that would appear on Aqualung the year later)
With You There to Help Me – 9:58 (Benefit)
To Cry You a Song – 5:40 (Benefit)
Bourée – 4:34 (Stand Up)
Dharma for One – 10:10 (This Was)
Nothing Is Easy – 5:36 (Stand Up)
We Used to Know / For a Thousand Mothers – 10:36 (both on Stand Up)
The group at this stage was:
Ian Anderson – acoustic guitar, flute, vocals
Martin Barre – guitars
Clive Bunker – drums
Glenn Cornick – bass
John Evan – keyboards
Atmosphere & Authenticity
What Others Say About Nothing Is Easy
Very positive reviews at Amazon.
Buying Nothing is Easy Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival
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What Do You Think About This Jethro Tull Live Album?
How well do you think this early recording compares against the main Jethro Tull live album that is Bursting Out?
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More Blues Than Progressive Rock
Early Jethro Tull had strong links to the blues but with added flute.
I’ve included this album in the poll to find the best blues rock live album.