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    Default Re: Jethro Tull: Songs From The Wood 5.1 mix coming soon

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    All good points Mc Freddio, O'Quadio.

    It would seem that when they aquired the MOBILE MAISON ROUGE , it was outfitted for Quad and used for that purpose somewhat prolifically . (Minstrel , Too Old , Wood ,) War Child and Aqualung I believe were 74 recordings (Quad ) via the studio at the time , Advision (Islands label) Chrysalis shared but also Olympic which was also quad equipped btw.

    Well we know that other Quad mystery Band on Chrysalis recorded in 74 and 75 two discs-----Gentle Giant So I do indeed wonder if there isn't a bit more Tull quad in the can ?
    There was a pre-announcement like Minstrel that a Best of was to be issued via M.U. . Maybe, just maybe there are some, a few perhaps from that LOST album's quad endeavor .





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    wasn't Aqualung a 1971 recording? if they revisited Aqualung in 1974 remixing it in Quad 3 years after its initial release, why might something similar not have been done for their album from 1972 was my question.. anyway, we've been told TAABrick wasn't mixed into Quad so that's that
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    Quote Originally Posted by fredblue View Post
    wasn't Aqualung a 1971 recording? if they revisited Aqualung in 1974 remixing it in Quad 3 years after its initial release, why might something similar not have been done for their album from 1972 was my question.. anyway, we've been told TAABrick wasn't mixed into Quad so that's that
    Because "Aqualung" was the biggest record Jethro Tull released, they mixed it in Quadraphonic along with "War Child" to test sales out, and when they did not meet their expectations, they never released any other Quadraphonic albums after that, although they kept mixing them just in case there was an uptick in sales, which of course there never was…

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    Default Re: Jethro Tull: Songs From The Wood 5.1 mix coming soon

    I've talked to someone involved with the Tull remix project, and every quad mix found has been released, there also have been no documents of any other quad mixes made (engineers have to show management they've been working).

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    It may have been mentioned but is anyone aware of the next title to receive the treatment? Apart from the cock up with TAAB, this must be the most consistent quality and best value for money collections by any artist

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    Quote Originally Posted by watsontr View Post
    It may have been mentioned but is anyone aware of the next title to receive the treatment? Apart from the cock up with TAAB, this must be the most consistent quality and best value for money collections by any artist
    Don't forget the Chicago Quadio-Box
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    Quote Originally Posted by watsontr View Post
    It may have been mentioned but is anyone aware of the next title to receive the treatment? Apart from the cock up with TAAB, this must be the most consistent quality and best value for money collections by any artist
    Should be "Heavy Horses", and it would really be nice if it would come out this Fall!


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    I got the impression we'd be getting This Was before Horses.
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    I didn't think This Was was even up for consideration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Pink Floyd View Post
    I didn't think This Was was even up for consideration.
    For a long time, it wasn't, seeing as it had already received a stereo remix anniversary edition from the Mewtilator. But then Ian Anderson alluded to a new edition from Wilson, complete with 5.1 (I think it's an 8-track recording like Stand Up and Benefit, so doable). Can't find the quote right now, but it's been posted here on QQ before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JediJoker View Post
    For a long time, it wasn't, seeing as it had already received a stereo remix anniversary edition from the Mewtilator. But then Ian Anderson alluded to a new edition from Wilson, complete with 5.1 (I think it's an 8-track recording like Stand Up and Benefit, so doable). Can't find the quote right now, but it's been posted here on QQ before.
    "This Was" is a 4-track recording, so I doubt it would lend itself well to 5.1
    If they want to do it, fine, but I'd much rather them focus on "Heavy Horses", which I know will sound amazing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by IMachine View Post
    Don't forget the Chicago Quadio-Box
    I do have and like the Chicago box but Tull provide a lot more material that I really like. Plus the advantage of offering a lot of extra, interesting material. I do look forward to the next box in the series following Chicago

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediJoker View Post
    For a long time, it wasn't, seeing as it had already received a stereo remix anniversary edition from the Mewtilator. But then Ian Anderson alluded to a new edition from Wilson, complete with 5.1 (I think it's an 8-track recording like Stand Up and Benefit, so doable). Can't find the quote right now, but it's been posted here on QQ before.
    Is has been mentioned for sure, see the post on the 'Steven Wilson Remixes' Facebook group (16th Sept 16 - 13:30) it says for this year with Songs From The Wood, here's a link that probably won't work!

    https://www.facebook.com/swremixes/p...type=3&theater

    Here's the relevant text copied...

    "I'm very much focussing on my own music these days, but will certainly keep slotting in the remix projects whenever I can. The other already completed mixes, Roxy Music's debut and Tears for Fears "Seeds of Love", remain in a holding pattern. I hope both will come out next year, but then the Roxy album has been "next year" every year since I did it in 2012! In the meantime another set of XTC tapes from the Virgin era have been found, and I certainly plan to continue with the Tull series (This Was, Songs From the Wood...etc), so look out for these in 2017."

    I'm pretty sure I've seen it mentioned in 'slightly' more detail elsewhere too, perhaps in an interview or something, but definitely before Songs From The Wood was announced, I was expecting it first to be honest...

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    Our TooTull/JohnN posted this over at that other place - he'd probably post it here too so sorry for stealing your thunder....some mention of Heavy Horses...looks like next year:

    http://www.mcall.com/entertainment/lehigh-valley-music/mc-ent-musikfest-ian-anderson-jethro-tull-20170810-story.html
    “But I’m on tour all the time. I have to grab a few days here and a few days there to do these things – just as Steven Wilson is working on the remasters of ‘Heavy Horses’ right now, he grabs a day here or half a day there or half an hour in a dressing room somewhere on the other side of the planet to send me some files. That’s what I’ve been doing this afternoon – is listening to and making a few notes to tweak the new Steven Wilson remixes of the ‘Heavy Horses’ album, which will be released next year.”

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    Here's an interesting interview with Ian Anderson that appeared in my local paper on Sunday, prior to his appearance at a festival in my area. He mentions the upcoming Heavy Horses re-issue near the end of the article. http://www.mcall.com/entertainment/l...810-story.html

    I'm being redundant. Somehow I missed the previous post containing the same link (after looking directly at it and not noticing it). Must be that age thing.

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    Been kinda quiet in Tull Land.

    Should find out soon what's up for Fall 2017 release .

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    Quote Originally Posted by fizzywiggs41 View Post
    Been kinda quiet in Tull Land.

    Should find out soon what's up for Fall 2017 release .
    If anything...
    Last I heard, it sounds like both "Heavy Horses" and "This Was" are more likely candidates for reissue next year (with hopefully the former being released in the Spring. Can't wait to hear "Heavy Horses" in surround!)

    Unless they come out with a re-adapted reissue of "Thick as a Brick", I have trouble imagining another release that would work for the Fall.

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    Well for me I want em both as well.

    Last I read H.H. was done and This Was was being finished , and I kinda got a feeling (premonition/prediction really ),This Was would happen Fall or Early Winter .
    But it don't matter too much which one comes first , as long as we know they're on the way .

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    I will buy both as well. Oddly enough, I have Heavy Horses on CD and I have never played it. I guess I should do that before it comes time to order it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtbluray View Post
    If anything...
    Last I heard, it sounds like both "Heavy Horses" and "This Was" are more likely candidates for reissue next year (with hopefully the former being released in the Spring. Can't wait to hear "Heavy Horses" in surround!)

    Unless they come out with a re-adapted reissue of "Thick as a Brick", I have trouble imagining another release that would work for the Fall.
    Don't forget a 're-adapted' Benefit too, looks like the original is pretty much sold out so it may well be time. I thought we might see This Was this year, at least we know they are in progress!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon M View Post
    Don't forget a 're-adapted' Benefit too, looks like the original is pretty much sold out so it may well be time. I thought we might see This Was this year, at least we know they are in progress!
    In the case of both "Benefit" and "Thick as a Brick", I'm only interested in re-adapted editions if they contain some more material not available on the 2013 and 2012 releases, or unless they decide to put them out on Blu-Ray.
    If the latter happens, then I'm definitely all in!
    If Marillion can do it, why can't Jethro Tull?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rtbluray View Post
    In the case of both "Benefit" and "Thick as a Brick", I'm only interested in re-adapted editions if they contain some more material not available on the 2013 and 2012 releases, or unless they decide to put them out on Blu-Ray.
    If the latter happens, then I'm definitely all in!
    If Marillion can do it, why can't Jethro Tull?

    It really would make sense for them to do single Blu-ray releases of each of the Tull books with all of the material, audio and video included. Obviously 96kHz 24Bit, I assume they would have been transferred and remixed in hi-res? I imagine a few folks would double dip on a Blu too and the books generally sell out so it's a way to keep them available.

    I only want Benefit in a book to satisfy my OCD! I doubt they'll find anything extra, but who knows what's been unearthed since their original release. Maybe (hoping!) there is something from the TAAB period as that was pretty light on extras first time around and one of my favourites!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtbluray View Post
    In the case of both "Benefit" and "Thick as a Brick", I'm only interested in re-adapted editions if they contain some more material not available on the 2013 and 2012 releases, or unless they decide to put them out on Blu-Ray.
    If the latter happens, then I'm definitely all in!
    If Marillion can do it, why can't Jethro Tull?

    People tend to get very po'd when a new addition comes along that features a few nuggets not on previous issue. Yep, they cry about being forced to double dip. Angry and nasty posts on the forums.

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    I need to catch up on my JT. I'm hoping both SFTW & HH are saved from what I suspect was shockingly lower studio budgets for mix time compared to what we had become accustomed to with previous albums. The reviews I've read for SFTW so far sound like it is exactly that.

    But I actually would really like to hear the "A" album remixed by SW in 5.1! This one has the lowest budget mix and was the poorest vinyl quality of them all but there are some really progressive and psychedelic things buried in this album that deserve to be presented properly. There's a remixed track on the 25 years box I think that - poor as the production is on that set - wipes the floor with the original.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimfisheye View Post
    I need to catch up on my JT. I'm hoping both SFTW & HH are saved from what I suspect was shockingly lower studio budgets for mix time compared to what we had become accustomed to with previous albums. The reviews I've read for SFTW so far sound like it is exactly that.

    But I actually would really like to hear the "A" album remixed by SW in 5.1! This one has the lowest budget mix and was the poorest vinyl quality of them all but there are some really progressive and psychedelic things buried in this album that deserve to be presented properly. There's a remixed track on the 25 years box I think that - poor as the production is on that set - wipes the floor with the original.
    The reviews you have read confirm that SFTW got a (suspected) lower budget to work with?

    Not at all, you are dreaming up ideas not based on reality. That set went all out with content and addded video was not cheap to do. And the sound quality I am reading about is said to be stellar.

    I know nothing about HH as of yet, but I have no worries of it (if it gets done) being a low quality low budget affair.

    They will continue these sets or they will stop. I don't see cutting corners an option at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimfisheye View Post
    I need to catch up on my JT. I'm hoping both SFTW & HH are saved from what I suspect was shockingly lower studio budgets for mix time compared to what we had become accustomed to with previous albums. The reviews I've read for SFTW so far sound like it is exactly that.
    I guess I don't know what you are talking about. SFTW is a winner on nearly every score. What reviews are you reading?

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