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A Passion Play (2CD + 2DVD)

Jethro Tull CD+DVD

A Passion Play (2CD + 2DVD) (1973/2014)

Format: CD+DVD - Glasba

Code: 825646305674


  1. Lifebeats /Prelude
  2. The Silver Cord           
  3. Re-Assuring Tune  
  4. Memory Bank           
  5. Best Friends                 
  6. Critique Oblique           
  7. Forest Dance #1     
  8. The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles
  9. Forest Dance #2           
  10. The Foot Of Our Stairs (2 extra verses found on the end of the multi-track reel have been added back in)     
  11. Overseer Overture.
  12. Flight From Lucifer     
  13. 10.08 to Paddington     
  14. Magus Perde           
  15. Epilogue     


  1. The Big Top
  2. Scenario
  3. Audition
  4. Skating Away
  5. Sailor
  6. No Rehearsal
  7. Left Right
  8. Solitaire
  9. Critique Oblique (Part I)
  10. Critique Oblique  (Part II)
  11. Animelee (1st Dance) [Instrumental]
  12. Animelee (2nd Dance) [Instrumental]
  13. Law Of The Bungle (Part I)
  14. Tiger
  15. Law Of The Bungle (Part II)


  1. Lifebeats/Prelude (5.1 DTS)
  2. The Silver Cord (5.1 DTS)
  3. Re-Assuring Tune (5.1 DTS)
  4. Memory Bank (5.1 DTS)
  5. Best Friends (5.1 DTS)
  6. Critique Oblique (5.1 DTS)
  7. Forest Dance #1 (5.1 DTS)
  8. The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles (5.1 DTS)
  9. Forest Dance #2 (5.1 DTS)
  10. The Foot Of Our Stairs (5.1 DTS)
  11. Overseer Overture (5.1 DTS)
  12. Flight From Lucifer (5.1 DTS)
  13. 10:08 To Paddington (5.1 DTS)
  14. Magus Perde (5.1 DTS)
  15. Epilogue (5.1 DTS)
  16. Lifebeats/Prelude (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  17. The Silver Cord (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  18. Re-Assuring Tune (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  19. Memory Bank (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  20. Best Friends (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  21. Critique Oblique (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  22. Forest Dance #1 (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  23. The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  24. Forest Dance #2 (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  25. The Foot Of Our Stairs (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  26. Overseer Overture (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  27. Flight From Lucifer (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  28. 10:08 To Paddington (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  29. Magus Perde (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  30. Epilogue (Dolby Digital Surround Sound)
  31. Lifebeats/Prelude (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  32. The Silver Cord (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  33. Re-Assuring Tune (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  34. Memory Bank (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  35. Best Friends (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  36. Critique Oblique (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  37. Forest Dance #1 (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  38. The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  39. Forest Dance #2 (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  40. The Foot Of Our Stairs (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  41. Overseer Overture (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  42. Flight From Lucifer (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  43. 10:08 To Paddington (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  44. Magus Perde (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  45. Epilogue (96/24 PCM Stereo)
  46. A Passion Play Part 1 (Original Master)
  47. A Passion Play Part 2 (Original Master)
  48. The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles
  49. Intro/Outro Passion Play Film Footage


  1. The Big Top
  2. Scenario
  3. Audition
  4. Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of The New Day
  5. Sailor
  6. No Rehearsal
  7. Left Right
  8. Only Solitaire
  9. Critique Oblique
  10. Critique Oblique (Part II)
  11. Animelee (1st Dance)
  12. Animelee (2nd Dance)
  13. Law Of The Bungle (Part I)
  14. Tiger Toon
  15. Law Of The Bungle (Part II)
  16. The Big Top
  17. Scenario
  18. Audition
  19. Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of The New Day
  20. Sailor
  21. No Rehearsal
  22. Left Right
  23. Only Solitaire
  24. Critique Oblique (Part I)
  25. Critique Oblique (Part II)
  26. Animelee (1st Dance)
  27. Animelee (2nd Dance)
  28. Law Of The Bungle (Part I)
  29. Tiger Toon
  30. Law Of The Bungle (Part II)
  31. The Big Top
  32. Scenario
  33. Audition
  34. Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of The New Day
  35. Sailor
  36. No Rehearsal
  37. Left Right
  38. Only Solitaire
  39. Critique Oblique (Part I)
  40. Critique Oblique (Part II)
  41. Animelee (1st Dance)
  42. Animelee (2nd Dance)
  43. Law Of The Bungle (Part I)
  44. Tiger Toon
  45. Law Of The Bungle (Part II)

In 1972 Jethro Tull were riding high on the crest of a popularity wave, they sold out huge arenas on the back of their critically acclaimed fifth album Thick As A Brick. The question was, how do you follow a concept album comprising a single 44-minute piece of music? The answer was, with a double album of separate songs of course.

For the first time in their five year career Tull went into the studio with an unchanged line-up. Founder member and undisputed leader Ian Anderson was still writing songs on flute, acoustic guitar and now saxophone, and he was again joined by guitarist Martin Barre, bassist Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond, drummer Barriemore Barlow and keyboard player John Evans. But which studio to use?

The first criterion was that it had to be abroad. The second criterion was that the studio of choice had to have a good reputation.  The 18th century Château d'Hérouville near Paris had previously been used by Elton John to record Honky Château and by Pink Floyd for Obscured By Clouds. It contained living accommodation as well as studio facilities, and so seemed the ideal choice. What could possibly go wrong?

The choice was a disaster. First up, there were technical problems with the studio itself. Then there was the accommodation... the band all slept in a dormitory, it was very basic which might have been tolerable, had they been the sole occupants of the rooms. Unfortunately, they had unwelcome company, of a bed-bug variety. And then to make matters infinitely worse everybody got food poisoning from the in-house catering.

Unsurprisingly the band decided to go home and the decision was made to ditch the hour or so’s worth of music recorded in France. They decided to start from scratch and write a whole new album, instead of trying to somehow regenerate everybody’s interest and commitment to something that had already struggled.

And so to ‘A Passion Play’, an album that evolved into a 45-minute piece of quasi-prog rock, with complex time-signatures, complex lyrics and, well, complex everything, really. With a mere nine days left in the studio before the next tour, the pressure was on to produce something quickly. The concept explored the notion that choices might still be faced in the afterlife. It recognises that age-old conflict between good and bad, God and the Devil.

This beautifully packaged 2CD/2DVD case-bound book expanded edition of A Passion Play includes the original album and earlier Château d'Hérouville Sessions both of which have been mixed to 5.1 surround sound and new stereo mixes by Steven Wilson.


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Jethro Tull

Blackpool, Lancashire, England (1967 – present) Jethro Tull is a progressive rock / folk rock band which formed in Blackpool, Lancashire, England in 1967. Their music is marked by the initially soulful and bluesy, and later expressively idiosyncratic, vocal style and unique lead flute work of frontman Ian Anderson; and by unusual and often complex song construction. Their music, though starting with blues rock with an experimental flavour, has incorporated elements of classical and celtic folk music, as well as art rock and alternative rock. Anderson has attributed the marked difference between their music and the music of their contemporaries to the group’s avoidance of narcotics. While other music groups did influence them in their early years, they quickly developed a unique, instantly recognizable sound. Ian Anderson’s first band, started in 1963 in Blackpool, was known as The Blades. It had developed by 1966 into a seven-piece white soul band called the John Evan Band (later the John Evan ...


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