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Singing All Day; Witch's Promise; Just Trying to Be , and the original UK mix of Teacher are the bonus tracks added to this 1970 record, the band's first gold album, with standout tracks To Cry You a Song; Son , and For Michael Collins, Jeffrey and Me also on tull, er, tap!
I have been a Jethro Tull fan for 47 years now. Wow, I must be getting old. Anyway, I have listened to everything they ever did time and time again, and this is the album I keep... Read morePublished 15 days ago by The Plunkster
I listen to this CD often. It brings back the joy, wild dreams and hope of the 60s and early 70s, to me. Read morePublished 25 days ago by James Kenney
On time and just what we were looking for! This will work very well for us. Thank you for your service!
Hmmmmmmm....it seems this remaster missed the mark...I love Steve Wilson and Jethro Tull but this seems super dry and lifeless? Very unfortunate because this is an amazing album! Read morePublished 1 month ago by F. Sarcia
Great album I love Tull and Ian Anderson. But somehow I missed this one glad I found it.Published 2 months ago by James Norr
3rd jethro tull album. Every song is good here. Had this back when it first came out and just bought the cd. Ian Anderson is such a great song writer.Published 3 months ago by Paz
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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
|Someone please help me re: the remastered Jethro Tull CDs||Be the first to reply|