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Just three years after their founding Jethro Tull played the final day of the legendary Isle of Wight festival in 1970 before a crowd of close to 600,000 people. The set contains material from the band's first three albums, with the exception of "My God" which would appear several months later. In this stunning snapshot of the last hurrah of the hippie movement, award-winning director Murray Lerner captures the tension between the crowd and organizers for the final day of the festival. Ian Anderson provides his thoughts throughout the program as well.