9 thoughts on “ By Kind Permission Of - Jethro Tull - Living In The Past (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Apr 28,  · My question is WHY is this not included in the list of Jethro Tull music? TO answer my own question, it is because the entries are not labeled correctly. Between pages 2 and 3 I counted 30+ versions of "Living In The Past". The LP is listed in the list but under Singles and EP and not under LP where it belongs/5().
  2. May 16,  · Note that this is very similar to Living In The Past. The only difference is found on labels which have (TUL/2/3/4) with parentheses. Living In The Past has TUL/2/3/4 without parentheses. Original UK press released with the green Chrysalis labels. Released in a leather effect gatefold sleeve with 22 page booklet stapled to the inside/5().
  3. Note this here is very similar to Living In The Past which only has (TUL) in parentheses. A number or letter has been crossed out of the matrix on Side C before the '3'. Green labels without perimeter text/5(30).
  4. condition is used. rest of the lp plays great. includes: song for jeffrey, love story, christmas song, living in thr past, driving song, sweet dream, singing all night, teacher, witch's promise, alive and well snd living in, just yrying to be, "live at carnegie hall" by kind permission, dharma for unribeschsandcompho.pakhaisuversrivicnesssogosanddresjoe.co Rating: % positive.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Living In The Past on Discogs.4/5(1).
  6. Living in the Past is a double album quasi-compilation collection by Jethro Tull, which contains album tracks, out-takes, the “Life Is a Long Song” EP, and all of the non-LP singles except for “Sunshine Day”/”Aeroplane” (), “One for John Gee” (b-side of “A Song for Jeffrey”, ), “17” (b-side of “Sweet Dream”, ) and the original version of “Teacher.
  7. Jethro Tull is a great band to listen to live, and most people who like the studio efforts would be better off getting the two great hits. But if you really like Jethro Tull and would like something off the beaten track (unless you already have Minstrel In The Gallery) then grab this up and enjoy some great tunes/5(48).
  8. This is a 'double LP' collection of early Jethro Tull tracks with a few live performances thrown in. If you've bought the 'triple album collection' there's a fair bit of overlap. There was a tendency in those days to include lengthy live tracks, especially on double LPs, and an endearing feature of the CD (compared to the vinyl) is that you can /5().

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