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DVD/DTS Poll Jethro Tull - STORMWATCH [DTS DVD]

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bossfan

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Gave it a 9. It's hard to mark a Tull set by Steven Wilson with al the extras any lower. I was not familiar with this material but after several listens it has certainly grown on me. Still favour most of the other sets I am more familiar with, but glad I purchased this one. Was seriously considering stopping at the last reissue.
 

antoine555

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It's my first listen (of this version, and maybe, the second or third for the album in my whole life), but it's sonically pleasing (y)
 

skherbeck

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I love the fidelity of this surround mix and there’s plenty of discrete surround activity for my taste. The extra 5.1 tracks are excellent. I’m new to most of these Tull releases, but this one I really like musically (I also love Heavy Horses and Aqualung, and can’t stand A Passion Play... the others fall somewhere in the middle). I give this a 9.
 

antoine555

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I only managed to listen to Passion Play while doing tiles in my new kitchen some years ago ;)

Anyway, Stormwatch may be in my top 5 Tull (with Aqualung, Thick, Stand Up, and either Benefit/Minstrel).
 

The56Kid

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I love the fidelity of this surround mix and there’s plenty of discrete surround activity for my taste. The extra 5.1 tracks are excellent. I’m new to most of these Tull releases, but this one I really like musically (I also love Heavy Horses and Aqualung, and can’t stand A Passion Play... the others fall somewhere in the middle). I give this a 9.
Couldn’t agree with you more, Sean. Very surprised how much I liked Stormwatch and how much I disliked Passion Play. The Stormwatch bonus disc is superb.
 

James Jay

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I thought i was through with the Jethro Tull boxset series after Minstrel in the Gallery but i bought Heavy Horses and was surprised how much I liked it. So I took a chance and bought Stormwatch. I liked it also. The surround is a little tamer than I prefer (I like adventurous mixes like XTC Psurroundabout Ride). I like the material on dvd 1 and 2 equally. A strong 8 for me.
 
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