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There is also an eponymous DVD released, but this does contain a different setlist.
Most of the album was recorded in 2001 in London, but there are, might be interesting for the chauvenisten among us, also two songs played during the 2 Meter Sessionsadded. In addition, a short session with a string quartet on Ian Anderson at home, continue The Dressing Room Tapes and a song played by a reunion of the original 1968-Jethro Tull lineup.
- My Sunday Feeling
- Roots To Branches
- The Habanero Reel
- Sweet Dream
- In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff
- Locomotive Breath
- Living In The Past
- Protect And Survive
- Nothing Is Easy
- Wond'ring Aloud
- Life Is A Long Song
- A Christmas Song
- Cheap Day Return
- Mother Goose
- Dot Com
- Fat Man
- Some Day The Sun Won't Shine For You "
- Number 1 to 11 and 21: 25 november 2001, Hammersmith Apollo, London.
- Number 12: 22 October 1999, Olympia, Paris
- Number 13 and 14: 22 January 2002, Ian Anderson's private studio.
- Number 15, 16 and 17: 13 October 1989, The Dressing Room Tapes; Hallenstadion, Zurich.
- Number 18 and 19: 2 Meter sessions, wisseloord Studios, Hilversum, the Netherlands.
- Number 20: 29 January 2002, Kelly 's, Leamington Spa (1968-Jethro Tull lineup).
- Ian Anderson (flute, bansuri, vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, mandolin)
- Martin Barre (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, flute)
- Andrew Giddings (keyboards, accordion)
- Jonathan Noyce (bass drum, vase)
- Doane Perry (drums, percussion)
- Mick Abrahams (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals)
- Clive Bunker (drums)
- Glenn Cornick (bass)
- David Pegg (mandolin, bass)