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Hi All,

 

About to do a side by side comparison of the original Australian release of Thick As A Brick against the Steven Wilson remaster.

 

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JJ

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@Janjuc would be very interested to hear the difference, a tall order to be given to someone 

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2 hours ago, Janjuc said:

Hi All,

 

About to do a side by side comparison of the original Australian release of Thick As A Brick against the Steven Wilson remaster.

 

Thick.jpg.737e16d0911492a6d2720d426cb9523f.jpg

 

JJ

I'm betting the Steven Wilson remaster.

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Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy features David Pastorius on bass, yes you're wondering......

nephew of Jaco!

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Pastorius

 

< David Pastorius is a bass guitarist born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, residing in Melbourne, Florida, USA.[1] David is the nephew of world-renowned American jazz bassist Jaco Pastorius.[1][2]

David has played in numerous bands in the Florida region, has toured across the United States with various artists such as Tech N9ne and Pat Travers, appeared in a number of bass guitar related magazines and has released and appeared on several studio albums.

David spent the summer of 2019 playing with Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy on the Royal Affair Tour along with Yes, Asia and John Lodge of the Moody Blues. >

 

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Posted (edited)

Don't know a lot about Yes or Jon Anderson, but this an interesting and informative interview 

 

https://www.stereophile.com /never-stop-musical-interview-jon-anderson

Edited by cafe67

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On 27/08/2019 at 3:47 PM, Janjuc said:

Hi All,

 

About to do a side by side comparison of the original Australian release of Thick As A Brick against the Steven Wilson remaster.

 

Thick.jpg.737e16d0911492a6d2720d426cb9523f.jpg

 

JJ

 

So my friend 

What is the verdict ???

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Morning All,

 

I prefer the original release, seems more open and for some reason there is a little muddiness in parts of the 'Steven Wilson' release. perhaps it is the pressing ????

 

JJ

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7 minutes ago, Janjuc said:

Morning All,

 

I prefer the original release, seems more open and for some reason there is a little muddiness in parts of the 'Steven Wilson' release. perhaps it is the pressing ????

 

JJ

 

That makes me feel better - as my copy is the 1977 Australian release 

 

https://www.discogs.com/Jethro-Tull-Thick-As-A-Brick/release/2840587

 

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Hi All,

 

Jethro Tull, Heavy Horses, 40th Anniversary Remix by Steven Wilson, which to me sounds better than the original release.

 

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JJ

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7 hours ago, Janjuc said:

Morning All,

 

I prefer the original release, seems more open and for some reason there is a little muddiness in parts of the 'Steven Wilson' release. perhaps it is the pressing ????

 

JJ

For goodness sake JJ, don't open up that can of worms😀

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Hi @needlerunner

 

Just given it a peel, I had given it a wash previously, but will see if any difference when it has dried.

 

JJ

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Hi Proggers, 

 

Going to have an afternoon of Prog music:

 

Magic Pie, The Suffering Joy

 

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JJ

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On 28/08/2019 at 9:41 PM, cafe67 said:

Don't know a lot about Yes or Jon Anderson, but this an interesting and informative interview 

 

https://www.stereophile.com /never-stop-musical-interview-jon-anderson

On a thread of this nature that's almost akin to walking into the Vatican and asking if the head of the organisation has anything to do with sprinklers?, and, what's a god?

Crikey, Yes have been around for 50 years in one form or another.

 

But, you are certainly correct about the interview.

Edited by JukKluk2

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Hi Proggers,

 

Riverside, Wasteland

 

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JJ

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