Jethro Tull Too Old To Rock and Roll too young to Die! deluxe 2016

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Daniel Falaschi, May 7, 2015.

  1. folkfreak

    folkfreak Forum Resident

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    But that was long after Rock Island....
     
  2. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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    http://jethrotull.proboards.com/post/59435/thread
    http://vintagerock.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1969:the-ian-anderson-interview-2015&catid=3:interviews&Itemid=4#.Vd4E22Qpim0.facebook
    When I interviewed you back in 2002, we talked a little about surround sound. It was kind of a novel thing then. You told me you weren’t a big fan of it but, of course, since then Steven Wilson has done surround sound mixes of I believe five Tull albums and your last two solo albums. Would it be fair to say that you’ve kind of come around to surround sound? Is it something you listen to, that you find yourself enjoying?

    I accept it as part of the choice that we should give to our listeners, to our fans, who we provide choice to. We give them the opportunity to download MP3 tracks as individual tracks, a whole album; 24-bit albums in digital download form. We give them CDs, DVDS. We give them stereo. We give them surround sound. In some cases, when I worked in a precursor to today’s surround sound back in the 70s, in quadraphonic, we even gave them quadraphonic mixes. In fact, some of the work that’s currently going on in terms of remastering the box sets, we’ll feature songs … the early quadraphonic work I did around the time, it’s from the Gallery and Too Old to Rock ’n’ Roll and some of the Warchild album. In fact, I think the albums that I did — I think I went back and remixed. It wasn’t something that particularly intrigued me then, other than it was a new technology, but it was a very flawed technology. At least back then, the digital encoding of the way it channels information was really poor and it sounded terrible. But the mixes on tape, on the other hand, sounded fine. It was amusing to do, but it wasn’t something that I felt I wanted to continue with because the technology wasn’t there yet.

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  3. Daniel Falaschi

    Daniel Falaschi Live detective Thread Starter

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    So after all the discussion, there was quad for TOTRR..
     
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  4. tootull

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    Good point. ;) :D

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  5. Lord Hawthorne

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    Whee.
     
  6. Daniel Falaschi

    Daniel Falaschi Live detective Thread Starter

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    You see? Some people know what they are talking about...
    Very quiet days...will it mean soon announced?
     
  7. Lord Hawthorne

    Lord Hawthorne Currently Untitled

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    Ian has announced it in the interview.
     
  8. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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    Thank God for this. I can breathe again. ;)

    :uhhuh:
     
  9. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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    Oui - hooray for quad.
     
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  10. PROGGER

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    Isn't the quad for the title song on the 25th anniversary box set? That version sounds better
     
  11. Daniel Falaschi

    Daniel Falaschi Live detective Thread Starter

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    A tweet from Dave Gibbbons;

    I gave an interview, sent them a yellowed press clipping and posed for photos. Haven't seen the finished thing yet
     
  12. No, the 25th Anniversary box has a remixed version of 'Too Old…', but this remix was completed in the early 90's.
     
  13. Daniel Falaschi

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  15. Rne

    Rne Sufferin' succotash!

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    This is an album I'm not interested in, but that I will end buying anyway because the quality of these re-releases is extremely high.
     
  16. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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  17. This is how I feel about this one as well.
     
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  18. bRETT

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    I just interviewed Ian Anderson who confirmed that Wilson has begun work on Songs From the Wood.
     
  19. Daniel Falaschi

    Daniel Falaschi Live detective Thread Starter

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    Will that interiew be posted anywhere?
     
  20. Daniel Falaschi

    Daniel Falaschi Live detective Thread Starter

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    Does it mean we can already start the SFTW 40th thread?
     
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  21. Kim Olesen

    Kim Olesen Gently weeping guitarist.

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    Just did ;-)
     
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  22. tootull

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    Why not start HHorses while you're at it. :cool:
     
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  23. bRETT

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    Proably next month before the show. I write occasionally for a Boston online zine called ARtsFuse, (as does GentleGiant, another poster here).
     
  24. Daniel Falaschi

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    And call Jakko to mix a full concert of the Bursting Out tour to be included by the way...
     
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  25. tootull

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