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The 40th Anniversary edition of Aqualung available at a budget price in the 2CD/2DVD 'book set' format of the recent JT reissues.
CD 1 contains the album mixed and mastered by Steven Wilson (the original 40th anniversary edition was <b>mixed</b> but not mastered by Steven). CD 2 features additional 1970 and 1971 recordings (also mixed and mastered by SW).
The DVDs include SW 5.1 surround mixes, hi-res stereo mixes, the 1974 quad mix, and flat transfers of both Aqualung and the Life Is A Long Song EP (two of the EP's tracks haven't been available in this form previously).
Includes a comprehensive 80 page booklet.
CD 1 - Aqualung (mixed and mastered by Steven Wilson):
2. Cross-Eyed Mary
3. Cheap Day Return
4. Mother Goose
5. Wond'ring Aloud
6. Up To Me
7. My God
8. Hymn 43
10. Locomotive Breath
1. Lick Your Fingers Clean
2. Just Trying To Be
3. My God (early version)
4. Wond'ring Aloud (13th December 1970)
5. Wind-Up (early version)
6. Slipstream (Take 2)
7. Up The 'Pool (early version)
8. Wond'ring Aloud, Again
9. Life Is A Long Song
10. Up The 'Pool
The original Life Is A Long Song EP
11. Life Is A Long Song
12. Up The 'Pool
13. Dr Bogenbroom
14. From Later
16. Reprise Radio Advert
DVD 1 (Audio)
Aqualung remixed in 5.1 surround and presented in DTS 96/24 and AC3 Dolby Digital and 96/24 LPCM stereo, including associated 1970 & 1971 Recordings. Seven tracks remixed in 5.1 surround and presented in DTS 96/24 and AC3 Dolby Digital, and all ten remixed in 96/24 LPCM stereo.
DVD 2 (Audio & Video)
A flat transfer from the original stereo master of the album in 96/24 LPCM stereo.
The original 1974 quad mix as 4.1 presented in DTS 96/24 and AC3 Dolby Digital surround
A flat transfer from the original stereo master of the EP Life Is A Long Song in 96/24 LPCM stereo
The 1971 Life Is A Long Song promotional film with new remixed stereo soundtrack.
Ian Anderson: Vocals, acoustic guitar, flute
Martin Barre: electric guitar, descant recorder
John Evan: piano, organ, mellotron
Jeffrey Hammond (as "Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond"): bass guitar, alto recorder and odd voices (and backing vocals on "Mother Goose")
Clive Bunker: drums and percussion
David Palmer: Orchestral arrangements and conduction
Glenn Cornick: bass guitar (played with the band at rehearsals for the album in June 1970, some of which may also have been recording sessions, although he is not credited on the album).
Ian Anderson and Terry Ellis - Producers
John Burns: Recording Engineer
Burton Silverman: Album artwork