Jethro Tull – Benefit (1970, Collector’s Edition 2013) [Audio DVD Disc]
DVD: LPCM 2.0 24bit/96kHz / DTS 5.1 24bit/96kHz (1536 kbps) / AC3 5.1 16bit/48kHz (448kbps) | 5,23 GB
FLAC: 2.0 Stereo | Tracks 24bit/96kHz – Includes all extras – 2,63 GB | 124:45 mins | Complete Scans – 59 MB
When Jethro Tull released Benefit in 1970, it signaled a new, more progressive musical direction for the English band. It also became one of the best-known albums of their career, which is going strong more 60 million records and 40 years later. The Grammy winning group is revisiting that pivotal album with a 2-CD/DVD-Audio collector’s edition, newly re-mixed by Steven Wilson and reissued with a lot of bonus tracks, and omes with a DVD-Audio disc of a Surround Sound mix, plus UK and USA running orders and more…
The audio-only DVD, which is available exclusively with this version, is packed with 58 tracks, including the album and bonus tracks in 5.1 surround sound. It also contains the U.K and U.S. versions of the album. The American version was sequenced differently and replaced the U.K. track “Alive and Well and Living In” with “Teacher. ” In addition, the set also comes with a handsome booklet filled with rare photographs, an essay by Martin Webb, and interviews with band members.