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Stand Up

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Now with their 45 RPM release, plated at QRP and pressed at RTI, the best-sounding version of this historic album gives listeners an even richer sonic experience.

Stand Up – Rolling Stone Stand Up – Rolling Stone

DVD | ISO | NTSC 16:9 (720×480) VBR | DTS-96/24 (5.1 / 24bit / 96kHz) | LPCM (2.0 / 24bit / 96kHz) | Dolby AC3 (5.1) The cover was based on ideas from Terry Ellis and John Williams and printed from woodcuts by New York graphic artist, Jimmy Grashow." Nights of winter turn me cold, fears of dying, getting old, we ran the race and the race was won, by running slowly...'' This Tull recording has been one of my all time fav's since I was a teen some 45 years ago. I have a Pink Island UK label pressing that has beaten all the others... until now. I just finished a brief shootout between this new 45 rpm pressing and my original UK first edition Island, and the new one I feel has a better overall frequency balance top to bottom and even perhaps too much on the bottom, but that is welcome on some cuts. The Pink Island has a snappy presence and midrange zippyness this does not have but I think this one is more accurate. It has all the detail, space, echo, imaging of the original AND A BIT MORE. This new pressing beats all others. (Using latest Rega P-10, Rega top MC into Accuphase phono into top First Sound Passive, hot rodded Eagle 4 amp, Joseph Audio Perspectives.. Cardas Clear Beyond and Stage III cables.

Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Organ [Hammond Organ], Piano, Mandolin, Balalaika, Mouth Organ, Vocals [Sang] – Ian Anderson Original cover has E.J Day printer credits inside gatefold (written in white colour near the feet on the right of the band members, on the "pop up"). Bass is honest, not hyped up and the mastering delivers full dynamics that are somewhat (but only slightly), compressed on the original. Parlophone Records Ltd. Produced under license from Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group Company.

Stand Up (2001 Bonus Tracks Edition) by Jethro Tull Stand Up (2001 Bonus Tracks Edition) by Jethro Tull

Kent, David (1993). Australian Chart Book 1970–1992 (illustrateded.). St Ives, N.S.W.: Australian Chart Book. ISBN 0-646-11917-6. Bosso, Joe. "The Real Story Behind Jethro Tull's 'Stand Up' ". web.musicaficionado.com . Retrieved 7 September 2016. However, if you do not have the box in hand already, you will have to spend hundreds of dollars to obtain one on the secondary market. It is the sad reality of being a Jethro Tull fan in this era of corporate greed and indifference from Ian Anderson. Don't worry, you can still get box sets of disappointing later Tull efforts like A and Stormwatch for a reasonable price. Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Organ [Hammond], Piano, Mandolin, Balalaika, Mouth Organ, Vocals – Ian Anderson Only one song doesn't quite fall in either of the aforementioned categories: We Used To Know, the album’s most melodic and mournful tune. Wistful and nostalgic, it is one of Anderson’s finest folk songs, and features the singer’s best performance thus far, along with two majestic, electrifying guitar solos courtesy of “Le Barre”. On a historical note, The Eagles liked this song so much that they would record a (largely inferior) cover of it, changing the title to Hotel California.

I have a copy of this one I can't find anywhere, in gatefold sleeve, made in UK, incl. pop-up, on Island / Chrysalis, ILPS 9103, 1969. It begins with a tramp sitting on a park bench ‘watching as the frilly panties run’ and ends with a meditation on the nature of God – Tull in a nutshell, really. Aqualung is high on ambition and sardonic rage. The first half introduces Aqualung the tramp, ‘eying little girls with bad intent’ and Cross-Eyed Mary, the good-time girl who ‘will do it for a song’. Both are archetypes that Anderson would return to again and again. Another difference between this and the other orange bullseye pink label pressing Jethro Tull - Stand Up is that the whole type set on Side One is printed slightly higher on the label; this is particularly noticeable when you look at the word STEREO, but in fact all of the type set is higher than that seen in Jethro Tull - Stand Up. On Side Two, the only obvious difference between the 2 orange bullseye pink label pressings is that the word "Produced" is slightly further away from the spindle hole on this pressing than on Jethro Tull - Stand Up. Ian Anderson – vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, Hammond organ, piano, mandolin, balalaika, mouth organ, production I have seen them live 50 times and own multiple copies of every studio LP. and this is my second favorite Tull LP( just love Benefit) This is very well done. If you love the band you need to add this to your collection. Grey Does a great job. Blows the new SACD Aqualung out of the water

Jethro Tull - Stand Up - Audio Venue Jethro Tull - Stand Up - Audio Venue

DVD | ISO | DTS-96/24 (5.1 & 4.0 / 24bit / 96kHz) | LPCM (2.0 / 24bit / 96kHz) | Dolby AC3 (5.1 & 4.0) Vinyl of both records is pristine and flat and has no sound issues , and it also comes in a beautiful laminated gatefold cover . Skladba „We Used to Know“ mohla být inspirací pro skupinu The Eagles a jejich hit z roku 1976, písničku " Hotel California".British album certifications – Jethro Tull – Stand Up". British Phonographic Industry . Retrieved 21 March 2021.

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