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  • CD (28 octobre 2013)
  • Nombre de disques: 3
  • Format : Edition de collection, Enregistrement original remasterisé, Bonus
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B00EPO13AS
  • Autres versions : Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. With you there to help me 2013 steven wilson mix
  2. Nothing to say 2013 steven wilson mix
  3. Alive and well and living in 2013 steven wilson mi
  4. Son 2013 steven wilson mix
  5. For michael collins jeffrey and me 2013 steven wil
  6. To cry you a song 2013 steven wilson mix
  7. A time for everything
  8. Inside 2013 steven wilson mix
  9. Play in time 2013 steven wilson mix
  10. Sossity you re a woman 2013 steven wilson mix
  11. Singing all day 2013 steven wilson mix
  12. Sweet dream 2013 steven wilson mix
  13. 17 2013 steven wilson mix
  14. Teacher UK 2013 steven wilson mix
  15. Teacher 2013 us steven wilson mix

Disque : 2

  1. Singing all day
  2. Sweet dream
  3. 17
  4. Sweet dream
  5. 17
  6. Witch s promise
  7. Teacher
  8. Teacher
  9. Witch s promise
  10. Teacher
  11. Teacher
  12. Inside
  13. Alive and well and living in
  14. A time for everything 2013 steven wilson mix
  15. Reprise FM radio spot 1
  16. Reprise FM radio spot 2

Disque : 3

  1. With you there to help me
  2. Nothing to say
  3. Alive and well and living in
  4. Son
  5. For michael collins jeffrey and me
  6. To cry you a song
  7. A time for everything
  8. Inside
  9. Play in time
  10. Sossity you re a woman
  11. Singing all day
  12. Sweet dream
  13. 17
  14. Teacher
  15. Teacher
  16. With you there to help me
  17. Nothing to say
  18. Alive and well and living in
  19. Son
  20. For michael collins jeffrey and me
  21. To cry you a song
  22. A time for everything
  23. Inside
  24. Play in time
  25. Sossity you re a woman
  26. Singing all day
  27. Sweet dream
  28. 17
  29. Teacher
  30. Teacher
  31. With you there to help me 2013 stereo mix
  32. Nothing to say 2013 stereo mix
  33. Alive and well and living in 2013 stereo mix
  34. Son 2013 stereo mix
  35. For michael collins jeffrey and me 2013 stereo mix
  36. To cry you a song 2013 stereo mix
  37. A time for everything 2013 stereo mix
  38. Inside 2013 stereo mix
  39. Play in time 2013 stereo mix
  40. Sossity you re a woman 2013 stereo mix
  41. Singing all day 2013 stereo mix
  42. Sweet dream 2013 stereo mix
  43. 17 2013 stereo mix
  44. Teacher UK stereo 2013 mix
  45. Teacher us stereo 2013 mix
  46. With you there to help me
  47. Nothing to say
  48. Alive and well and living in
  49. Son
  50. For michael collins jeffrey and me
  51. To cry you a song
  52. A time for everything
  53. Inside
  54. Play in time
  55. Sossity you re a woman
  56. Sweet dream
  57. 17
  58. Witches promise

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Audiophiles, attention! Le descriptif de ce disque est trompeur : le DVD qui contient le mix 5.1 n'est PAS un DVD-Audio mais un DVD-Video avec une piste en DTS, donc compressée. C'est dommage car le remisage est de qualité, mais on aurait apprécié un vrai DVD-Audio, SA-CD ou Blu-ray pour pouvoir l'apprécier pleinement. En DTS, le mix 5.1 n'apparaît que comme un gadget, le CD ayant un meilleur son. Malheureusement, ce genre d'arnaque est fréquente (trick as a brick en est un autre exemple) aussi soyez vigilant.
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HASH(0x980a43d8) étoiles sur 5 The Pinnacle of early Tull 12 novembre 2013
Par Tetherwald - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
A great album just got greater with Steven Wilson's stunning stereo and 5.1 remixes.

Benefit is to my ears the culmination of a brilliant band's early efforts. Every song is solid, and the band had gelled perfectly by this point. Aqualung by comparison contains a few classics weighed down by several filler tracks and extreme flute over-indulgence (My God, that goes on forever!). It's similar to the way Revolver has aged much more gracefully than Sgt. Pepper. Add in the vastly superior sonics of Morgan Studios (compared to the church/barn that Aqualung was recorded in), and Glenn Cornick's exquisite bass playing (Jeffrey Hammond was still learning how to play), and there's no competition: Benefit is hands down the better of the two releases.

But it really was a different sounding record as well, and until the new liner notes, I couldn't quite figure out why Tull's sound changed so drastically from Benefit to Aqualung. It's not just the loss of Glenn's fluid bass playing. I'd always assumed that the multi-layered electric guitars on Benefit were all Martin Barre, but now it is revealed that Ian played a mean Les Paul too! And to know they were inspired by the recent Blind Faith album, it's no coincidence that the dueling Gibsons sound an awful lot like Steve and Eric on "Had to Cry Today".

Benefit also marked Ian's peak in harmonizing parallel fifths, both in vocal and guitar lines. Fifths are verboten in classical music, but used correctly, they make for extremely powerful rock riffs, which Martin made note of in the CD booklet.

The liner notes imply that very little of this material was stage-worthy, which is why it's mostly overlooked in the Tull repertoire. I beg to differ. I think many of these songs would have sounded great in concert had Ian been willing to strap on his Gibson on stage. His unwillingness to abandon the flute in performance condemned some great songs to oblivion.

Apparently this was a very dark time for Ian, so he's understandably dismissive of some of the material. But that doesn't diminish the brilliance of the writing and playing for those brief 6 months in 69-70 when Jethro Tull were an electric band. As much as I love Thick As A Brick and A Passion Play, I think the original rhythm section was sorely missed after Benefit. So Benefit was a climactic farewell album from a band at its peak.
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HASH(0x980a4630) étoiles sur 5 My favorite Tull CD - for that reason this is a mixed bag - "Death by Tull CD"? 1 novembre 2013
Par Samuel B. King - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Jethro Tull themselves, except Martin Barre, kind of dismiss this album (dates me, LOL!), as a hodge podge between Stand Up and Aqualung. I beg to differ, viewing it as the mountain top between Stand Up (the "Run UP"), and Aqualung (where they began their descent into progressive rock). Needless to say, it includes some of their best writing and arguably Martin Barre's best playing. I bought the album when it first came out and saw the tour supporting it. I have listened it during my youth (in various states of awareness - LOL) and have grown old with it. These songs are old friends.

For this reason, I find the new mixes a "mixed bag" (pun intended). My orientation to this album is via the U.S. edition, so the removal of "Teacher" from the normal track listing makes this version seem out of place. I know various versions are included on Dics 1, but, you get the drift.

Now for the 2013 mixes. "With You there to help me" really shines in the new version.
Particularly interesting on "Nothing to Say" is the mixing of vocals higher on the coda. I hadn't noticed those nice harmonies before.
"Son" really cooks, shining the light on Martin Barre's superb rhythm playing and riffing.
"To Cry You a Song" remains basically the same to my ears, an excellent song in true Blind Faith tradition. LOL!!
My big complaint is with "A time for everything". A major part of that song for me is the sustained note from Martin's Junior in the 2nd or 3rd verse. That alsays inspired me. This time it is mixed way down in the mix. Too bad. I know the other version is on disc 2, but, unless you have a multidisc player, you can't listen to it in sequence.
There are other, more minor issues, but i won't go further.
The liner notes are great.

I am an old geezer who loves this set of songs by Martin, Ian, Glenn, John and Clive. I recommend it to any Tull fan, with the proviso that (if you like the original American album mixes) keep your copies of the original version as well. if you don't, you may end up feeling somewhat like a victim in Midsomer Murders - "Death by Tull CD??"LOL!!!
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HASH(0x980a45f4) étoiles sur 5 Review of the 2013 `Deluxe' edition of Jethro Tull's `Benefit' 29 octobre 2013
Par The Guardian - Publié sur
Format: CD
Released in April 1970, `Benefit' was Jethro Tull's third album after the successful but unremarkable R&B-themed debut `This Was' and its best-selling follow-up `Stand Up'.

It was on `Benefit' that the band finally found its definitive sound, introducing jazz-influenced syncopated rhythms and changes of pace, more complex song structures and thoughtful, clever lyrics. Flute, acoustic guitar and cascading piano runs share the soundscape with hard rock guitar and a tight but never over-dominant rhythm section. Every track is a star, and the album is a complete listening experience with a distinctive character unlike anything heard before or since; an album you can listen to year after year and always find something in the music you never heard before. It's full of distinctive individual songs, rather than (like the later `Thick as a Brick' and `Passion Play') an attempt at a single-story concept album. The result has more than a hint of that eccentric genius so characteristic of the best English rock music of the period: it stretches the envelope, breaks the rules and is anything but formulaic.

This 2013 `Collector's Edition' is remixed by sound wizard Steven Wilson, who has performed minor miracles with the classic King Crimson `40th Anniversary' series. It's presented in a fine 4-gatefold sleeve with the original vinyl album artwork, with three chunky plastic inserts for the disks (2x CDs & a sound-only DVD) and a fourth slot for a lavish 48-page booklet dominated by a long essay on the history of the recording of `Benefit' by Martin Webb. You also get an exhaustive track-by-track analysis, full details of the 1970 promotional tour, period photos of the band and shorter essays by manager Terry Ellis and Steven Wilson himself.

The first CD is the original album with its 10x tracks, plus 5 bonus tracks:

* Singing all Day
* Sweet Dream
* 17
* Both the UK and US single releases of `Teacher'

The second CD consists of 16x tracks of `associated recordings' including the promotional single `Benefit' issued to US radio stations in April 1970, and several different recordings of `The Witch's Promise' and `Teacher' together with alternative takes of the originally-released album tracks.

The sound-only DVD offers Steven Wilson's 2013 mixes in DTS and Dolby AC3 5.1 surround & stereo 96/24 LPCM, plus a flat transfer of the original LP master in 96/24 LPCM. The sound quality on the CDs is as clear and wonderful as we have come to expect from Wilson's recent work, but sonically the DVD is the star of the show, especially the DTS. Wilson has resisted the temptation to make everything loud, and the music retains all its glorious dynamics whilst (as he says) "preserving that 1969-70 sound".

All in all, this is an exemplary package of a delightful classic. If you're a younger music fan and don't know Jethro Tull's extensive back-catalog that well, this is a great place to start. If you're a Tull fan, then buying this ought to be a no-brainer.
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HASH(0x980a4df8) étoiles sur 5 This re-master is on a par with the Aqualung re-master. 7 novembre 2013
Par James Quinn - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This re- master by Steven Wilson removes so many veils from the original redbook CD issue it's not even funny. This is one of Jethro Tulls best outings only to be followed up by the classic Aqualung. The sound on this re master is fantastic,complete seperation of the instruments ,extended highs and lows. If you love the music on this CD,you deserve to hear what you have been missing. This is also available on Vinyl.
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HASH(0x980a493c) étoiles sur 5 Benefit (DVD & 2 CDs) 9 novembre 2013
Par Buyer of CDs/DVDs & BluRays - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is a comprehensive collection of the album Benefit and the singles/B-sides that were produced in 1969-1970.
The main album has been remixed by Steven Wilson once again which improves the sound dramatically from the original CD release I also own.
The 2nd CD has all the mono mixes, singles, B-sides etc and some alternative versions which is ok to have if you are a collector. The big plus for me is the DVD in 5.1 mixed in 96/24 mHz digital audio.
The sound is stunning for a recording that was recorded on 8 track tape. This is a very enjoyable listening experience.
I have played the 5.1 mix several times and continue to hear small things that the CD does not reveal.
A must get for any Tull fans and music fans in general.
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