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Bursting Out

Bursting Out

1 Jul 1990
4.8 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

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Format: Audio CD
I caught Tull live on this tour and was gobsmacked - I could not believe how impressive they were and still, to this day, I remember it as one of the best gigs I've ever witnessed. The matching live album, unsuprisingly, has always been a popular souvenir with me and my original vinyl copy was almost worn through over the years.
To be honest I'm a little disappointed with this remastered edition in that it doesn't really add anything to my older CD copy. The sound is louder and a little brighter (the original being just a tad woolly) but you don't really get to hear anything you couldn't hear before on a half decent system - a cosmetic tweak rather than an enhancement. I'd also been told that various missing tracks had been reinstated, but as the itinerary is exactly the same as my older CD & vinyl copies I can only assume there's been a certain amount of confusion with the cut-down, single CD edition released in the US?
All-in-all I regard this as an absolute must if you've not already got a copy, but one to approach with caution if you're the proud owner of an existing release that isn't emasculated in any way. Unless, like me, you've got to have one of everything Tull...
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Being a Jethro Tull fan over 30 years I am always pleased when I get a chance to replace some old vinyl. This CD is great reminder of how important Ian Anderson were to rock music in this country from the last 60's. The music ranges from the powerful guitar of Martin Barre on tracks such as the opening “No lullaby” and “Locomotive Breath” to Andersons's unique accoustic folk/rock performances on “Jack in the Green” and “Songs from the Wood”. The sense of humour and fun of the band also stands out a mile!!!
Jethro Tull are still touring and playing in front of their fans (I was at York Barbican on 18th February 2004). However, this is the band playing at their peak and is a must for any fan or anyone just wanting to know what made Jethro Tull so special and unique...!!!
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Recorded in 1978 when punk had probably reached its peak, “Bursting Out” shows Tull where completely oblivious to the change around them, much to the relief of the fans! “Bursting Out” is basically a live best of Jethro Tull, with the addition of a few songs from the then contemporary “Heavy Horses”. This album demonstrates that Tull were extremely professional in their approach to live music, maybe just a bit too much so for my liking. However there is not a weak track on the album and Ian and the boys are on top form. Martin Barres guitar work throughout is at worst faultless at worst and at best outstanding, none more so than on old favourites “Aqualung” and “Cross-eyed Mary”. “No Lullaby” seems like an unusual choice for an opener, but with a rocky intro tagged on at the start works very well. “Hunting Girl” and the condensed epic “Thick as a Brick” are excellent. Also worth a mention is the instrumental is the instrumental “Conundrum”, which features an amazing solo from Barrie Barlow, Tulls finest drummer. This album is superb and is a must for anyone with the slightest interest in Jethro Tull.
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I was always a big fan of this recording when I owned it on vinyl - this Tull lineup is my favourite - Barrie Barlow on drums, Martin and Ian (of course), poor old John Glasscock on bass, David Palmer and John Evans on keyboards...The songs are played well and Ian's banter gives it all a nice atmosphere. There is a range of material, from heavier tracks through to the more folk-inspired material. Having already owned the original CD I was disappointed when I listened to this new re-mastered version - it really isn't much better than the original CD - the re-mastering on Songs from the Wood and Heavy Horses was great, but this just doesn't sound up to scratch - maybe the master tapes are not that great?
If you;re a big Tull fan you have to have this CD in your collection - but if you already own it on CD, you wn't see much imoprovement in sound quality with this remastered version.
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The first all-live album from Jethro Tull (Living With the Past is also an all-live album...), covering the 1978 period of the band. If you've gotten the previous mastering of this CD, you will not notice any appreciable increase in the quality of this disc, but you WILL get several tracks NOT on the first CD mastering (which if you had or have the Original Vinyl release is VERY appreciated and perhaps enough reason to buy it again...). If you like Tull, you really ought to get ahold of this CD (And Living With the Past...) to get a feel of what the live performance is like if you've never seen one of their concerts.
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I've been a Tull fan ever since seeing them on Top of the Pops back in 1969 with 'Living In The Past'! Man were they far-out looking or what?! Somehow though this recording bypassed me when it came out - I was probably too busy buying nappies and bringing up four wee boys to be able to afford such luxuries. But this is one of the best live recordings you can get if you are in to the band or into this particular genre of music. It was recorded in 1978 during their 'Heavy Horses' tour and is compiled of mostly their earlier, and I think, better, back catalogue of work. The whole thing though has the sound of a complete concert and if you weren't there during that period because you were either too young or too skint this is absolutely fabulous. Buy this without reservation - they don't make them like that anymore.
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