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Stand Up album for sale by Jethro Tull was released Jan 08, 2002 on the Chrysalis label. Principally recorded at Morgan Studios, London, England. Stand Up CD music Includes liner notes by Ian Anderson. Stand Up buy CD music People often forget that Tull started out as a forward-looking blues-rock unit not dissimilar to contemporaries like Cream and Led Zeppelin. While the blues influence is heard most clearly on the debut THIS WAS, its successor STAND UP still shows some of those traces. Tracks like "A New Day Yesterday" and "Nothing Is Easy" are the prime examples of this hard-hitting, bluesy riff-rock approach. ...See Full Description
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Tull has taken a quantum leap into rock with this album, leaving Abrahams' Blues-Jazz behind. Most of the songs are wonderful. Starting off with A New Day Yesterday, this Album rocks hard and only on a couple tracks lets up a bit. They did a great remastering job. It sounds fresh and clean.
By davisrs (Oaktown, CA, USA)
||A Breakthrough Album for Jethro Tull|
"Stand Up", was a ground-breaking album for Jethro Tull. This classic second album marks the debut of guitarist Martin Barre who has been with the group and is still with them today.In this album,they retain their blues influences and add their folk-medieval sound to the mix.The songs, "A New Day Yesterday", "Fat Man", and "Bouree'" are the highlights of the album.In my opinion,there is not a weak song on the album.They have added several songs which were not originally on the album, but were recorded at the same time. These songs were once on the hard to find album,"Living in the Past". They now make "Stand Up" a gem. If you like early Tull like I do, buy this with confidence. Take it from me, I saw these guys perform these songs when they were new songs. Do yourself a favor and discover this underrated band!
By a reviewer (Batavia, NY, USA)
stand up is all you need to get you into TULL. if you are somewhat a fan, but enjoy the music then you must own this. THIS WAS is their next album and i suggest that one as well, but STAND UP is truly a a rock masterpiece. there is always something going on within each song. See if you can figure it out............
By ace (NY,NY)
||My First Album ...ever|
I bought my vinyl copy of Stand Up in Century City at a tiny stoner record store in 1969 - just as it came. out I was 11 and thought then, as now; its just fatastic. The range of influences, from rock, jazz, English folk to blues and eastern ballads is remarkable. Ranks up there with other great British prog-rock of the day from Procol Harum, Traffic, and early Genesis. Buy It!
By jeremy e (Bloomfield Hills MI, USA)
This album turned me on to Tull, Ian and his energetic flute playing!! Never heard anything quite like JT before! "A new day yesterday" has yet to be equalled by any other band with it's power rock riff even though it's a little underrated. A must!!
By dragster (Sydney, NSW, Australia)
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Stand Up songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||2213454|
|Release Date||Jan 08, 2002|
|Recording Time||51 minutes|
|Additional Info||Bonus Tracks; Remastered||