Jethro Tull - Stand Up

 (The Elevated Edition Steven Wilson Remix 2 CD + DVD)


Label:

Parlophone

Genre:

Pop/Rock

Product No.:
CPAR 557797
Availability:
In Stock
Category:

DVD & CD


No. of Discs: 3



Jethro Tull's second album is expanded for a 2CD/1DVD set with rare, unreleased music

Includes Steven Wilson's remix of the original album in PCM stereo and DD/DTS 5.1 surround sound

Plus live footage from a 1969 concert in Sweden!

Jethro Tull's second album, Stand Up, marked an early turning point for the band with the addition of guitarist Martin Barre along with Ian Anderson's introduction of folk-rock influences to the group's blues-based sound. Released in the summer of 1969, Stand Up rose quickly to the top of the U.K. Albums Chart, and eventually earned gold certification in the U.S.

Highlights from the deluxe 2CD/1DVD The Elevated Edition set!

Original album and bonus tracks (including the previously unreleased "Bouree") remixed in 5.1 surround and stereo by Steven Wilson
- 96/24 flat transfer of the original stereo master tapes
- 96/24 flat transfer of the original mono and stereo mixes of "Living In The Past" and "Driving Song"
- Video of the band performing live in January 1969
- Presented in the now familiar book sized packaging that includes a 112-page booklet with an extensive history of the album, track-by-track annotations by Ian Anderson, plus rare and unseen photographs
- Includes the original album's pop-up book artwork designed by James Grashow

The first disc features Steven Wilson's new stereo mixes of the original album, along with a number of rare recordings, including an unreleased version of "Bouree." Other highlights include four songs recorded at the BBC, plus stereo single mixes for "Living In The Past" and "Driving Song."

The second disc captures Jethro Tull performing live in Sweden, where the band opened for Jimi Hendrix in January 1969. Recorded only a few weeks after Barre joined the band, the concert includes songs from Tull's debut album ("A Song For Jeffery" and "My Sunday Feeling"), as well as two songs destined for Stand Up: "Back To The Family" and "Nothing Is Easy." Rounding out the disc are mono single mixes for "Living In The Past" and "Driving Song," plus two radio spots promoting the album.

The DVD includes concert footage of the band performing "To Be Sad Is A Mad Way To Be" and "Back To The Family." The disc also features Steven Wilson's remix of the original album in PCM stereo and DD/DTS 5.1 surround sound; a 96/24 flat transfer of the original stereo master tapes; plus a 96/24 flat transfer of the original mono and stereo mixes of "Living In The Past" and "Driving Song."

 



CD 1

Stand Up / New stereo remixes by Steven Wilson

A New Day Yesterday
Jeffrey Goes To Leicester Square
Bouree
Back To The Family
Look Into The Sun
Nothing Is Easy
Fat Man
We Used To Know
Reasons For Waiting
For A Thousand Mothers

Associated Recordings

Living In The Past
Driving Song
Bouree (Morgan version)
Living In The Past (Original 1969 Stereo single mix – Only released in Japan and on a US FM radio promo – Previously unreleased)
Driving Song (Original 1969 Stereo single mix – Only released in Japan and on a US FM radio promo -Previously unreleased)
A New Day Yesterday (BBC Sessions – Mono, previously released on the 2010 Collector’s Edition)
Fat Man (BBC Sessions – Mono, previously released on the 2010 Collector’s Edition)
Nothing Is Easy (BBC Sessions – Mono, previously released on the 2010 Collector’s Edition)
Bouree (BBC Sessions – Mono, previously released on the 2010 Collector’s Edition)

CD 2

Live at The Stockholm Konserthuset 9th January 1969

Introduction
My Sunday Feeling
Martin’s Tune
To Be Sad Is A Mad Way To Be
Back To The Family
Dharma For One
Nothing Is Easy
A Song For Jeffrey
To Be Sad Is A Mad Way To Be (First show version)

Original 1969 Mono Single Mixes

Living In The Past
Driving Song

Radio Spots

Stand Up Radio spot # 1
Stand Up Radio spot # 2

DVD

Steven Wilson remix in 96/24 PCM stereo
Steven Wilson remix in DD/DTS 5.1 surround
96/24 flat transfer of Stand Up original stereo master tapes from June 5, 1969
96/24 flat transfer of original 1969 mono & stereo mixes of Living In The Past & Driving Song

Video footage from Stockholm 1969

To Be Sad Is A Mad Way To Be
Back To The Family

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