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miércoles, 4 de septiembre de 2013

BREAKING NEWS: BENEFIT AND OTHER SHORT STORIES...

BENEFIT- A COLLECTOR´S EDITION. 
Following the release last year of the 40th anniversary edition of Thick as a Brick, on 28th October Chrysalis Records will release a Collector’s Edition of Jethro Tull’s Benefit album.

Benefit was Jethro Tull’s third album, first released in April 1970. Transcending the blues influences of their 1969 album Stand Up, it was a much more hard-rocking album which saw the band utilise more advanced studio techniques. It reached number 3 in the UK.

The Collector’s Edition of Benefit plus bonus tracks has been mixed by Steven Wilson and approved by Ian Anderson. CD2 is a mono and stereo disc of rare and previously unreleased versions of tracks and singles associated with the period Benefit was released in (more information available on request). The audio only DVD includes a surround sound mix of Benefit, 96/24 tracks of Stereo in UK and US running orders.

In addition, the Collector’s Edition will include a booklet featuring an 8,000 word essay written by Martin Webb, as well as interviews with band members and a selection of photos, some of which are rare and previously unseen.


CD 1

1-With You There To Help Me (6.20)

2-Nothing To Say (5.13)

3-Alive And Well And Living In (2.48)

4-Son  (2.53)

5-For Michael Collins, Jeffrey and Me (3.49)

6-To Cry You A Song  (6.16)

7-A Time For Everything ? (2.45)

8-Inside  (3.48)

9-Play In Time  (3.49)

10-Sossity; You’re  A Woman (4.37)

Bonus recordings

11-Singing All Day (3.07)

12-Sweet Dream (4.03)

13-17 (6.20)

14-Teacher (4.58) (UK single version) (stereo)

15- Teacher (4.03) (US album version) (stereo)

Tracks 1-10 Produced by Ian Anderson

Executive Producer Terry Ellis

CD 2:  Associated recordings

1-Singing All Day (mono)*

2-Sweet Dream (mono)

3- 17 (mono)

4- Sweet Dream (stereo)*

5- 17 (stereo)*

6-The  Witch’s Promise (mono)

7-Teacher (UK single version) (mono)

8-Teacher (US album version) (mono)

9-The Witch’s Promise (stereo)

10-Teacher (UK single version (stereo)

11-Teacher (US album version) (stereo)

12-Inside (mono)

13-Alive And Well And Living In

14-A Time For Everything (mono)

15-Reprise AM Radio Spot  1 (mono)

16-Reprise FM Radio Spot 2 (stereo)

*previously unreleased

DVD - DTS & Dolby Digital 5.1 & stereo versions of the following:

1-With You There To Help Me (6.20)

2-Nothing To Say (5.13)

3-Alive And Well And Living In (2.48)

4-Son  (2.53)

5-For Michael Collins, Jeffrey and Me (3.49)

6-To Cry You A Song  (6.16)

7-A Time For Everything ? (2.45)

8-Inside  (3.48)

9-Play In Time  (3.49)

10-Sossity; You’re  A Woman (4.37)

Bonus recordings

11-Singing All Day

12-Sweet Dream

13-17

14-Teacher (UK single version) (stereo)

15- Teacher (US album version) (stereo)

New 5.1 surround sound and stereo mixes by Steven Wilson

Flat transfer of Original UK LP master at 96/24:

UK running order

1-With You There To Help Me (6.20)

2-Nothing To Say (5.13)

3-Alive And Well And Living In (2.48)

4-Son  (2.53)

5-For Michael Collins, Jeffrey and Me (3.49)

6-To Cry You A Song  (6.16)

7-A Time For Everything ? (2.45)

8-Inside  (3.48)

9-Play In Time  (3.49)

10-Sossity; You’re  A Woman (4.37)

US running order

1-With You There To Help Me (6.20)

2-Nothing To Say (5.13)

3-Inside (3.49)

4-Son (2.53)

5-For Michael Collins, Jeffrey and Me (3.50)

6-To Cry You A Song (6.15)

7-A Time For Everything (2.44)

8-Teacher (4.04)

9-Play In Time (3.53)

10-Sossity; You’re A Woman (4.39)

Additional flat transfer recordings at 96/24:

11-Sweet Dream (stereo) 4:08

12-17 (stereo) 5:32

13-The Witch’s Promise (stereo) 4:01
VINYL Editions

UK Edition: A vinyl edition featuring the new & previously unreleased Steven Wilson mix of the UK running order of ‘Benefit’ on 180g heavyweight vinyl, will be released on the same day.

US Edition: In the US the album will also be released on vinyl later this year. Details to be announced soon.
TEXT FROM WWW.JETHROTULL.COM

IAN ANDERSON (PROG GOD 2013) AT THE 2013 PROGRESSIVE MUSIC AWARDS
“Prog is FUN!” began award recipient Ian Anderson last night at the Prog Magazine Awards, held in the quaint majesty of London’s Kew Gardens. The Prog God Award was presented to Ian by Rick Wakeman, last year’s winner of that category. Many of Ian’s chums, Marillion, Steve Hackett and Steven Wilson collected shiny Prog trophies to hang on the wall, impress the neighbours and use for personal defence against intruders. (You don’t actually strike intruders with the heavy object but simply defiantly hold in front of you as, it is said, Prog makes most people run away. Are there any Prog burglars out there?

The Annual Prog Awards were hosted by Gavin Esler, thinking woman’s crumpet. A parsimonious Scot,  Mr E was seen to carry his presentation cues and notes in a tattered blue cardboard folder, sporting the Sharpied words, “Prog Awards, 2012? with the last “2? crossed out and replaced with a “3?. Will it be seen again next year? We hope so as the Gavster is a pro and knows how to tease Paxo (fellow strongman presenter Jeremy Paxman) which few would dare to do.

Prog music popularity grows again from strength to strength with a new generation of young fans swelling the ranks and encouraging the welcome appearance of new bands and artists who follow the progressive creed. Prog Magazine did a sterling job in creating the perfect environment for a relaxed and friendly night out. A gentlemanly and timely salute to old and new alike. Next year? Same time? Same place? Don’t forget your sequinned cape and codpiece.
TEXT FROM WWW.JETHROTULL.COM


JETHRO TULL´S THICK AS A BRICK & A PASSION PLAY-INSIDE TWO LONG SONGS by TIM SMOLKO.
Series: Profiles in Popular Music
Distribution: World
Publication date: 10/4/2013
Format: paper 266 pages, 10 b&w illus., 28 music exx.
6 x 9

ISBN: 978-0-253-01031-5
An excerpt from Chapter 5 of Tim Smolko's book Jethro Tull's Thick as a Brick and A Passion Play. Featuring insights from Ian Anderson and in-depth musical analysis, Smolko discusses the band's influence on popular culture and why many consider Thick as a Brick and A Passion Play to be two of the greatest concept albums in rock history.

Since the 1960s, British progressive rock band Jethro Tull has pushed the technical and compositional boundaries of rock music by infusing its musical output with traditions drawn from classical, folk, jazz, and world music. The release of Thick as a Brick (1972) and A Passion Play (1973) won the group legions of new followers and topped the Billboard charts in the United States, among the most unusual albums ever to do so. Tim Smolko explores the large-scale form, expansive instrumentation, and complex arrangements that characterize these two albums, each composed of one continuous song. Featuring insights from Ian Anderson and in-depth musical analysis, Smolko discusses the band's influence on popular culture and why many consider Thick as a Brick and A Passion Play to be two of the greatest concept albums in rock history.
More information at: http://www.iupress.indiana.edu/catalog/806948 

A NEW ALBUM FROM MICK ABRAHAMS:
HOOCHIE COOCHIE MAN.
Label: Secret
Catalog Number: 3608812
Discs: 1
Release Date: November 5, 2013.

Hoochie Coochie Man album for sale by Mick Abrahams is scheduled to be released Nov 05, 2013 on the Secret label. A recently discovered, previously unreleased album from the blues guitar maestro. Recorded in 2004 and featuring a few blues covers among mainly self penned album of new songs. Hoochie Coochie Man CD music contains a single disc.

TRACKLIST:
Hoochie Coochie Man
She´s Into Something
Sunday Drivin´
What Am I Living For
Combread And Peas
Poor Boy
You Shook me
Roadroller
Used To Being Down
Medication Blues
Three Days at Four
G.B.n.H.S. Blues
Take A Good Look Woman
I Ain´t Never
Stormy Monday

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