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Aqualung - Spooky - Gargantuan (CD, Album)

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  1. Tejas
    “Aqualung is the album’s lead character, and is so named for his rheumy cough. Side one consists of a series of seedy vignettes drawn from modern secular English life, while the printed lyrics are cast in Gothic lettering to emphasise the album’s liturgical basis. The title song depicts the beggar in all his shabbiness and lechery.
  2. Kazrara
    Tracklisting: 1. Brighter Than Sunshine 2. Left Behind 3. You Turn Me Around 4. Easier To Lie 5. Another Little Hole 6. 7 Keys 7. Extra Ordinary Thing.
  3. Fenririsar
    May 19,  · The CD sounds unidimensional and dull. I had the MFSL Aqualung, and liked it for years, but grew unhappy with the 'smiley-face' equalization, and sold it. A DCC copy is not worth it for me. Can someone verify something I read, that the DCC CD uses a different album mix, taken from a personal copy of Ian Anderson's?
  4. Digis
    Gargantuan, an Album by Spooky. Released in on Guerilla (catalog no. GRCD ; CD). Genres: Progressive House.
  5. Shalabar
    Aug 31,  · CD 2, Track 01 - Spooky Halloween Soundtrack from The Complete Halloween Party Album Gut-Active Records.
  6. Vudorisar
    The 40th Anniversary edition of Aqualung will be available in the 2CD/2DVD ‘book set’ format of the recent JT reissues on April 22nd. CD 1 contains the album mixed and mastered by Steven Wilson (the original 40th anniversary edition was not mastered by Steven and had critics). CD 2 features additional 19recordings (also mixed and mastered by.
  7. Kebar
    Aqualung is the fourth Studio album by the progressive rock band Jethro Tull, released in The songs are written by frontman Ian Anderson (the title song in collaboration with his then-wife Jennie Franks). There are more than 6 million albums sold, which makes it a great commercial success. It led to the breakthrough of Jethro Tull in America. Contents[show] Content [hide] *Theme 1 2.
  8. Dugor
    The album cover was a watercolor painting of the character Aqualung created by the artist Burton Silverman. Jethro Tull's manager Terry Ellis commissioned him after seeing his work in Time magazine. Burton took some photos of Ian Anderson wearing his old overcoat before he painted the cover, and the resulting work looked a lot like a haggard version of Ian, who was not pleased with the painting.

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