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It's still a great album with very good production qualities.
This album marked great strides in the development of Jethro Tull's musical prowess and hinted at their musical brilliance that would continue throughout the 1970s.
This music wanted you to listen seriously, and think about what it was saying.
A fine album by Tull. I finally got it and this remastered version sounds great.Published 1 month ago by Old Goat
My favorite Tull album. I still listen to it often. I had the original album, then the first cd and now the remaster. It's worth it!Published 2 months ago by Ross_man
Benefit by Jethro Tull, who wouldn't love this cd. It contains, truly, the very best of this band, at that time in their career . Great memories and a great collection of songs. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ozzy
Benefit is a true work of Art. Best served up when driving your auto in some remote region of the world with a good beer and other refreshments........... Read morePublished 2 months ago by DC
This review is for the EU made LP ( Vinyl Import from Germany ).
This re-mix is a job well done by Steven Wilson. Read more
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|Is "Benefit" going to be issued as a Deluxe edition?||
I did a search on Steven Wilson and Jethro Tull. There are message boards that claim that Benefit & A Passion Play have received the deluxe treatment and are currently wading through red tape before they will be released.
Jul 17, 2013 by The Lightning Bug | See all 3 posts
|Why do the same early 2000's Tull remastered CD's sound different from...||
I have no direct experience with these CDs, BUT, DPVW's comments make me wonder, in the 10 years between purchases of these various CDs versions . . .
1. Was there a change of any stereo equipment, especially speakers?
2. Did the speaker/room/house location change?
3. Did hearing acuity... Read More
Jul 8, 2011 by Zeek the Geek | See all 2 posts
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