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Vinyl, Original recording remastered, June 1, 2007
|2. Cross-Eyed Mary|
|3. Cheap Day Return|
|4. Mother Goose|
|5. Wond'ring Aloud|
|6. Up To Me|
|7. My God|
|8. Hymn 43|
|10. Locomotive Breath|
|12. Lick Your Fingers Clean|
|13. Wind-Up (Quad Version)|
|14. Excerpts From The Ian Anderson Interview|
|15. Songs for Jeffrey|
|16. Fat Man|
DCC CD's are hit and miss. Some of them are head and shoulders above the original RBCD's and many others, like this one, are a giant step backwards. Read morePublished 2 days ago by T. Kinney
A trip down memory lane.
Sound quality better than the first time I listened to it on vinyl in 1978 as a teenager, while living in a 'Catholic Boarding' school.
You have to be a Jethro Tull fan to truly appreciate ALL their songs. Sure, there's a couple songs just about everybody knows and enjoys but this album has 20 songs. Read morePublished 24 days ago by By CJs Pirate
This album is fantastic, I love every song on it and I think its even my favorite in my collection. I think my favorite song on here is Hymn 43 and upon seeing what this album now... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nathan G.
was as I expected,no suprises and cd was in good shape....keep it upPublished 1 month ago by pete dreswick
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|Is this newly remastered, the gold CD remaster or the 25th anniversary...||
It's the same master that Peter Mew did for the 25th Anniversary Edition.
Jul 14, 2009 by Wayne Klein | See all 2 posts
|Hey Jethro Tull fans, please help me ....||
Bass Boy, I don't know if this is still an issue for you, but I will add my 2 cents worth. I have been purchasing most of the J. Tull remasters for the past year and can give some insight into the sound quality of these releases. Most of the JT catalog has been actually "remastered"... Read More
Apr 30, 2009 by Richard Thompson | See all 14 posts
|JETHRO TULL AT GOOSE LAKE PARK, AUGUST 9,1990||
The Goose Lake Festival was in 1970, not 1990. Jethro Tull definitely performed but I have no idea how you might fossick up a recording of it. If you google Goose Lake Music Festival, you'll find a Wikipedia link that has more info.
Dec 3, 2007 by Bernard C. Hafeli | See all 5 posts
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