Jethro tull, studio albums, 1970. More hard-rocking and transcended from blues influences than its predecessor Stand Up, Benefit also incorporated more advanced studio techniques, such as backward-recorded flute (on With You There To Help Me ) and piano, and sped-up guitar (on Play In Time ). Shop benefit on burning shed. Benefit became Tull’s first million-seller, barely missing the Top Ten charts in the .
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Stand Up is the second studio album by the British rock band Jethro Tull, released in 1969. He was replaced by guitarist Martin Barre, who appeared on every Jethro Tull album from this point onwards.
Studio album by Jethro Tull. 20 April 1970 (UK) 1 May 1970 (US). 3 September 1969 – 25 February 1970. Morgan Studios, London. The riff crossed over the bar in a couple of places and Ian and I each played guitars on the backing tracks. It was more or less live in the studio with a couple of overdubs and a solo. Ian played my Gibson SG and I played a Les Paul on i. The UK and the US release are different: the US version (with flute) of "Teacher" was placed on side two of the album and the track "Alive and Well and Living In" was excluded In 2013 The Collector.
Living in the Past is a double album quasi-compilation collection by Jethro Tull, which contains album tracks, out-takes, the "Life's a Long Song" EP, and all of their non-LP singles except for "Sunshine Day"/"Aeroplane" (1968), "One for John Gee" (b-side of "A Song for Jeffrey", 1968), "17" (b-side of "Sweet Dream", 1969) and the original version of "Teacher" that appeared in the UK as the b-side of "The Witch's Promise" in 1969 (the re-recorded 1970 one that was released on the American versio.
The Jethro Tull Christmas Album. Released: 30 September 2003. The Witch's Promise" b/w "Teacher" (from Benefit (US version)). Retrieved 17 September 2010. php?title Jethro Tull discography&oldid 902769960".
Benefit (album), Benefit is the third album by the British rock band Jethro Tull, released in April 1970 It was the first Tull album to include pianist and organi. "Norwegian Albums Chart: Jethro Tull – Benefit" Norwegianchartscom Media Control Charts Retrieved 28 March 2016. a b "Jethro Tull Official Charts UK" Official Charts Company Retrieved 19 March 2016. "German Albums Chart: Jethro Tull - Benefit" Chartsde in German Media Control Charts Retrieved 28 March 2016. Danish Albums Chart: Jethro Tull - Benefit. a b "Dutch MegaCharts: Jethro Tull - Benefit".
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Benefit is the third album by the British rock band Jethro Tull, released in April 1970. It was the first Tull album to include pianist and organist John Evan – though he was not yet a permanent member of the group – and the last to include bass guitarist Glenn Cornick. It was recorded at the same studio of the previous album, but the band experimented with more advanced recording techniques.
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