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HEAVY HORSES (NEW SHOES EDITION)

Jethro Tull

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing


CD1 [A Steven Wilson Stereo Remix]

.And The Mouse Police Never Sleeps
Acres Wild
No Lullaby
Moths
Journeyman
Rover
One Brown Mouse
Heavy Horses
Weathercock
Associated Recordings

Living In These Hard Times (Version Two)*
Everything In Our Lives*
Jack A Lynn* (early version)
Quatrain* (studio version)
Horse-Hoeing Husbandry*
Beltane
Botanic Man*
Living In These Hard Times (Version One)
Botanic Man Theme*
* Previously unreleased material
CD2 [Live In Concert In Berne, Switzerland, May 1978 - Part One]

A Jacko Jakszyk stereo remix

Opening Music (Quartet)
Introduction by Claude Nobs
No Lullaby
Sweet Dream
Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of The New Day
Jack In The Green
One Brown Mouse
Heavy Horses
A New Day Yesterday
Flute Solo Improvisation / God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen / Bouree
Living In The Past / A New Day Yesterday (reprise)
Songs From The Wood

CD3 [Live In Concert In Berne, Switzerland, May 1978 - Part Two]

Thick As A Brick
Hunting Girl
Too Old To Rock 'n' Roll
Conundrum
Minstrel In The Gallery
Cross Eyed Mary
Quatrain
Aqualung
Locomotive Breath
Dambusters March / Aqualung (reprise)

DVD 1 [Audio/Video]

Heavy Horses full album plus the additional:

Living In These Hard Times (versions 1 & 2)
Everything In Our Lives
Jack-A-Lynn
Horse-Hoeing Husbandry
Beltane
Botanic Man & Botanic Man
Quatrain (stereo only)
Mixed 5.1 DTS & DD surround sound and 96/24 LPCM stereo.

DVD 2 [Audio]

Jethro Tull recorded live to 24 track at The Festhalle, Berne, Switzerland by The Maison Rouge Mobile mixed to 5.1 DTS & DD surround sound and 48/24 LPCM stereo

Promotional video footage for the tracks Heavy Horses & Moths. and 2 period TV ads.

Line-up / Musicians


- Ian Anderson / vocals, flute, acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin, whistle, producer
- Martin Barre / electric guitar
- John Evan / piano, organ
- David Palmer / portative pipe organ, keyboards, orchestral arrangements
- John Glascock / bass, backing vocals
- Barriemore Barlow / drums, percussion

With:
- Darryl Way / violin

Releases information

Chrysalis
PLG UK Catalog

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