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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Charlie O. » 23 Apr 2021, 21:38

"Sossity" - the one song I never liked. I will give it yet another chance.
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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 23 Apr 2021, 21:38

Six String wrote:
Charlie O. wrote:Nice organ



:oops: *tucks it back in his trousers* :oops:









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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 23 Apr 2021, 21:38

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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 23 Apr 2021, 21:38

I'D LOVE TO KNOW WHO PLAYED THAT ENO/ROXY ELECTRONICA!!!

sorry for capitals





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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Six String » 23 Apr 2021, 21:38

C wrote:
kath wrote:
C wrote:"A Time for Everything?"

This another track I think Steven Wilson has cleaned up too much

There needs to be some murkiness here!




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i will not indulge this.

i will be in yer yard. with weaponry. just sayin. (damn, still need to renew my passport.)

by the way, i love ian's lyrics, i do.


:lol:

Wilson has done a fantastic job with virtually everything else by Tull and others

But Benefit benefitted [groan] for an element of murkiness in places and the clean up has, for me, has removed that to its detriment

Just a personal view - I may be speaking solo.

It's when you know an album backwards and then you hear it again and think - why?




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I’m not sure he fixed a lot of murkiness. It still sounds that way to my ears though I do hear the differences. I think there’s a certain amount of murkiness that is simply on the tapes and can’t be changed.
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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby LMG » 23 Apr 2021, 21:39

A wistful end...

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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 23 Apr 2021, 21:39

C wrote:
kath wrote:
C wrote:"A Time for Everything?"

This another track I think Steven Wilson has cleaned up too much

There needs to be some murkiness here!




.


i will not indulge this.

i will be in yer yard. with weaponry. just sayin. (damn, still need to renew my passport.)

by the way, i love ian's lyrics, i do.


:lol:

Wilson has done a fantastic job with virtually everything else by Tull and others

But Benefit benefitted [groan] for an element of murkiness in places and the clean up has, for me, has removed that to its detriment

Just a personal view - I may be speaking solo.

It's when you know an album backwards and then you hear it again and think - why?




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i get this. i just don't agree, mwhahaha.

from my perspective? i grew up music-crazy in the 70s, and i *wanted* more clarity in the midst of the nigh-constant murk.

to me... like tryin to drive on the highway with a fair amount of muddy crap on yer windshield.

that being said, i do still have a fetish for listening to youtube clips of vinyl that have snapcracklepop sounds, mwhahaha. cuz that's what i did to my albums. hey. i was young.
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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Charlie O. » 23 Apr 2021, 21:39

C wrote:I'D LOVE TO KNOW WHO PLAYED THAT ENO/ROXY ELECTRONICA!!!

sorry for capitals





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I think it was just backwards + vari-speeded guitar.
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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 23 Apr 2021, 21:39

Sossity - the prefect track to close an absolutely great album




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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 23 Apr 2021, 21:40

Charlie O. wrote:I think it was just backwards + vari-speeded guitar.


Thanks Chas




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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 23 Apr 2021, 21:40

C wrote:Sossity - the prefect track to close an absolutely great album




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abbbbso.. indooobit...aleeeee

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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 23 Apr 2021, 21:41

kath wrote:
C wrote:
kath wrote:
i will not indulge this.

i will be in yer yard. with weaponry. just sayin. (damn, still need to renew my passport.)

by the way, i love ian's lyrics, i do.


:lol:

Wilson has done a fantastic job with virtually everything else by Tull and others

But Benefit benefitted [groan] for an element of murkiness in places and the clean up has, for me, has removed that to its detriment

Just a personal view - I may be speaking solo.

It's when you know an album backwards and then you hear it again and think - why?




.


i get this. i just don't agree, mwhahaha.

from my perspective? i grew up music-crazy in the 70s, and i *wanted* more clarity in the midst of the nigh-constant murk.

to me... like tryin to drive on the highway with a fair amount of muddy crap on yer windshield.

that being said, i do still have a fetish for listening to youtube clips of vinyl that have snapcracklepop sounds, mwhahaha. cuz that's what i did to my albums. hey. i was young.


mwhahahahaha!




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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Charlie O. » 23 Apr 2021, 21:42

And that's that.
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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Six String » 23 Apr 2021, 21:43

Ian and the boys let us down easy. Beautiful.


Sorry Charlie for quoting your organ post. The devil made me do it. :lol:
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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Charlie O. » 23 Apr 2021, 21:43

I expected it!
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Re: LL/PSL: Yes/Jethro Tull With You There to Perpetually Change

Postby Six String » 23 Apr 2021, 21:44

Boom tish!
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Re: LL/PSL: Jethro Tull Friday 23rd April @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 23 Apr 2021, 21:44

when i listen to ian play, i always think of my aforementioned brother, john. the one who turned me onto tull when i was so young. he taught me some bach on gweetar (very patiently, cuz i can't read music and i've always just sucked at it anyway). not coincidentally, he played bouree like ian.

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Re: LL/PSL: Yes/Jethro Tull With You There to Perpetually Change

Postby C » 23 Apr 2021, 21:45

A great album in great company

Thanks Chris
Thanks Les
Thanks John
Thanks kath
Thanks Chas

To absent friends

Reap, Loki, Footy & Glenn





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Re: LL/PSL: Yes/Jethro Tull With You There to Perpetually Change

Postby John aka Josh » 23 Apr 2021, 21:45

It's been a blast. Many thanks for your company, take care.





To Reap, Loki, Footy and John.




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Re: LL/PSL: Yes/Jethro Tull With You There to Perpetually Change

Postby Six String » 23 Apr 2021, 21:46

Listening to the cd version with the extra tracks I have to say Singing All Day deserved to stay off the album although I like Bunker’s jazzy brush work.
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