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Jethro Tull 5.1

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by tootull, May 3, 2011.

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  1. tootull

    tootull Don't think in circles, it'll do you in Thread Starter

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    http://jethrotull.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=general&thread=851&page=1#19103

    Read more:
    http://www.rhythms.com.au/features/default,id,20319.aspx


    And it's only the giving that makes you what you are.
     
  2. alexpop

    alexpop Power pop + other bad habits....

    Great news !
     
  3. Bronth

    Bronth Active Member

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    Well, potentially great news, but I also hope that the included original stereo mix won't duplicate the 25th AnnyPerversary Edition...
     
  4. Anders B

    Anders B Forum Resident

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    Great, Thanks for the news Tootull!:thumbsup:
     
  5. Ed Hughes

    Ed Hughes Senior Member

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    This is awesome news.I love JT.Love to hear their stuff in 5.1
     
  6. Mike McMann

    Mike McMann Forum Resident

    Nice news, we're almost halfway through the year so hopefully not much longer to see this
    released.
     
  7. Tullman

    Tullman Senior Member

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    Boston MA
    Thicks as a Brick would be pretty cool in 5.1. I just hope they don't slam it with bright eq and compression.
     
  8. rbbert

    rbbert Forum Resident

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    Reno, NV, USA
    Very unlikely these days, unfortunately :shake:
     
  9. tootull

    tootull Don't think in circles, it'll do you in Thread Starter

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    bright eq and compression

    SH Forums = putting the cart before the horse.
     
  10. Tristero

    Tristero Touching from a distance

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    MI
    Good news. This album definitely needs a good remastering and Thick as a Brick would sound wonderful in surround as well. Could this be the project that Steve Wilson was hinting at recently? That man set the gold standard for 5.1 mixes with King Crimson's Lizard and Islands.
     
  11. Spitfire

    Spitfire Senior Member

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    What format?
     
  12. CBC

    CBC Forum Resident

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    fingers crossed! :righton:
     
  13. Todd W.

    Todd W. It's a Puggle

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    I thought I read somewhere that some believed it might be ELP with a prog classic. I do think I read where it wouldn't be ELP. So, I'm hoping for this.
     
  14. seed_drill

    seed_drill Senior Member

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    I was wondering that myself. Any chance of it being Blu-ray? Of course, I've already got a nice quad reel of Aqualung. I wonder if they'll be working to duplicate that mix.
     
  15. tootull

    tootull Don't think in circles, it'll do you in Thread Starter

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    Blu-ray would be my wish.
     
  16. LambertHoroscope

    LambertHoroscope Forum Resident

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    What about Benefit? I want a deluxe Benefit!
     
  17. DPM

    DPM Forum Resident

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    What Aqualung really requires is a new stereo mix. The sound quality should be brought up to the level of Thick As A Brick.
     
  18. Tullman

    Tullman Senior Member

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    No, that horse was let out of the barn on the remasters. They were not good.:thumbsdn:
     
  19. Tristero

    Tristero Touching from a distance

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    I think Wilson denied that it was Tarkus (though not necessarily Trilogy). He definitely said it was a major progressive band, so if not ELP, that would leave Tull, Yes or maybe Pink Floyd. Close To The Edge or Meddle would also be fantastic choices.

    I have heard that the original masters for Aqualung have been lost over the years, which might explain why we've been treated to some poor reissues in the past. I wonder how they'll get past this with the new mix. We don't have this problem with Thick as a Brick, so I'm even more excited about the prospects for that one.
     
  20. ress4279

    ress4279 Forum Resident

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  21. Myke

    Myke Rock Geezer

    A). GREAT news !
    B). Now that I have the coveted SH DCC Gold, I'm excited to be able to add a 5.1 to my collection (+ the 2 vinyl incarnations I have).

    C). I can think of no one more appropriate to give me the news ! :righton:
     
  22. sirmikael

    sirmikael Forum Resident

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    Cedar Rapids, Iowa
    Is that an answer or a wish?
     
  23. Tristero

    Tristero Touching from a distance

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    That would be swell too. I always thought the original mix sounded a little strange on that one.

    How did people feel about the recent Stand Up reissue? Did the concert come off well in 5.1? I've been meaning to pick that one up.
     
  24. seed_drill

    seed_drill Senior Member

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    Tryon, NC, USA
    That's impossible, as it was the recording, not the mix, that was muddy.
     
  25. Tullman

    Tullman Senior Member

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    Boston MA
    They can't make a surround mix without the original multi-tracks.
     
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