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JETHRO TULL - Stormwatch (CD - The 40th Anniversary Edition)

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JETHRO TULL - Stormwatch (CD - The 40th Anniversary Edition)2019 Steven Wilson 40th Anniversary mix
Format: CD / Cat No: 0190295400866 / Released: 01/05/2020

Track Listing: 1. North Sea Oil / 2. Orion / 3. Home / 4. Dark Ages / 5. Warm Sporran / 6. Something's on the Move / 7. Old Ghosts / 8. Dun Ringill / 9. Flying Dutchman / 10. Elegy

Bonus Tracks: 11. Crossword / 12. Kelpie / 13. Broadford Bazaar / 14. King Henry's Madrigal / 15. Urban Apocalypse / 16. Man of God / 17. Sweet Dream Fanfare / 18. Sweet Dream (Live)

More information: Jethro Tull released Stormwatch in September 1979, completing a folk-rock trilogy the band started with Songs from the Wood in 1977 and continued the following year with Heavy Horses. Stormwatch was also the final album to feature the classic late-1970s Jethro Tull lineup, which included Ian Anderson, Martin Barre, John Glascock, John Evan, David (now Dee) Palmer and Barriemore Barlow.

This edition was previously released as part of the extremely limited Stormwatch (40th Anniversary Force 10 Edition), a 4CD/Blu-ray deluxe edition, and features 8 bonus tracks (also newly remixed by Steven Wilson).

Stormwatch marked the end of an era for Jethro Tull. Due to his deteriorating health, bassist John Glascock missed most of the sessions for the album and only appears on three of its songs (“Flying Dutchman,” “Orion” and “Elegy.”) Tragically, Glascock died shortly after the album was released. The lineup changed even more following the tour to promote the album as Barlow, Evan and Palmer left the group.