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Jethro Tull|Heavy Horses  (Steven Wilson Remix)

Heavy Horses (Steven Wilson Remix)

Jethro Tull

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Jethro Tull's 11th studio album, Heavy Horses, is one of their prettier records, a veritable celebration of English folk music chock-full of gorgeous melodies, briskly played acoustic guitars and mandolins, and Ian Anderson's flute lilting in the background, backed by the group in top form. This record is a fairly close cousin to 1977's Songs From the Wood, except that its songs are decidedly more passionate, sung with a rough, robust energy that much of Tull's work since Thick as a Brick had been missing, and surpassing even Aqualung in its lustiness. "No Lullaby" is the signature heavy riff song, a concert version of which opened Bursting Out: Jethro Tull Live. Anderson sings it -- and everything else here -- as though they might be the last lines he ever gets to voice, with tremendous intensity. The band plays hard behind him throughout, with lead guitarist Martin Barre (most notably on "Weathercock") and bassist John Glascock showing up very well throughout. Anderson's production and Robin Black's engineering catch their every nuance without sacrificing the delicacy of his acoustic guitar and mandolin playing. "Acres Wild," "Rover," "One Brown Mouse," "Weathercock," and "Moths," the latter featuring some of David Palmer's most tasteful orchestral arrangements, are among the loveliest songs in the group's entire repertory. Curved Air's Darryl Way plays violin solo on the title track -- a tribute to England's vanishing shire horses, which doesn't really take off until Way's instrument comes in on the break, with a marked tempo change -- and on "Acres Wild."
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1
...And the Mouse Police Never Sleeps (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:03:13

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - John Evan, Organ - John Glascock, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Dee Palmer, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

2
Acres Wild (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:03:26

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Darryl Way, Violin - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Glascock, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger - Barrie Barlow, Drums, Percussion

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

3
No Lullaby (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:07:53

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums, Percussion

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

4
Moths (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:03:31

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

5
Journeyman (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:04:01

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ - John Glascock, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

6
Rover (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:04:33

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums, Percussion

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

7
One Brown Mouse (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:03:24

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums, Percussion

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

8
Heavy Horses (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:09:04

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Darryl Way, Violin - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

9
Weathercock (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:04:04

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ - John Glascock, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Dee Palmer, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

10
Living in These Hard Times (Version 2; Steven Wilson Remix)
00:03:19

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums, Percussion

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

11
Everything in Our Lives (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:03:23

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums, Percussion

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

12
Jack-a-Lynn (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:03:49

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums, Percussion

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

13
Quatrain (Studio Version; Steven Wilson Remix)
00:03:51

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar, Writer - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums, Percussion

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

14
Horse-Hoeing Husbandry (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:04:12

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums, Percussion

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

15
Beltane (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:05:21

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums, Percussion

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

16
Botanic Man (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:03:14

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums, Percussion

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

17
Living in These Hard Times (Version 1; Steven Wilson Remix)
00:03:09

David Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Additional Keyboards, Portativ - Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Additional Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, Writer - Barriemore Barlow, Drums, Percussion - John Evans, Organ, Piano - Steven Wilson, Remix - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Glascock, Bass Guitar

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

18
Botanic Man Theme / A Town in England (Steven Wilson Stereo Remix)
00:02:23

Jethro Tull, MainArtist - Ian Anderson, Producer, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer - Steven Wilson, MasteringEngineer, MixingEngineer - Robin Black, Engineer - Martin Barre, Electric Guitar - John Evan, Organ, Piano - John Glascock, Bass Guitar - Dee Palmer, Orchestral Arranger, Keyboards, Organ - Barrie Barlow, Drums, Percussion

© 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

Album Description

Jethro Tull's 11th studio album, Heavy Horses, is one of their prettier records, a veritable celebration of English folk music chock-full of gorgeous melodies, briskly played acoustic guitars and mandolins, and Ian Anderson's flute lilting in the background, backed by the group in top form. This record is a fairly close cousin to 1977's Songs From the Wood, except that its songs are decidedly more passionate, sung with a rough, robust energy that much of Tull's work since Thick as a Brick had been missing, and surpassing even Aqualung in its lustiness. "No Lullaby" is the signature heavy riff song, a concert version of which opened Bursting Out: Jethro Tull Live. Anderson sings it -- and everything else here -- as though they might be the last lines he ever gets to voice, with tremendous intensity. The band plays hard behind him throughout, with lead guitarist Martin Barre (most notably on "Weathercock") and bassist John Glascock showing up very well throughout. Anderson's production and Robin Black's engineering catch their every nuance without sacrificing the delicacy of his acoustic guitar and mandolin playing. "Acres Wild," "Rover," "One Brown Mouse," "Weathercock," and "Moths," the latter featuring some of David Palmer's most tasteful orchestral arrangements, are among the loveliest songs in the group's entire repertory. Curved Air's Darryl Way plays violin solo on the title track -- a tribute to England's vanishing shire horses, which doesn't really take off until Way's instrument comes in on the break, with a marked tempo change -- and on "Acres Wild."
© Bruce Eder /TiVo

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