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Living In The Past - Jethro Tull - Living In The Past (Vinyl, LP)

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  • Tojagrel says:
    Perhaps there haven't been that many live Tull albums -- as Ian Anderson points out in his liner notes, it's been ten years since the last, and there were only two prior to that -- but there sure have been a lot of Tull titles that play with the phrase "Living in the Past," so it's easy to forgive less dedicated fans if they decide that they might have heard the Fuel release Living with 6/
  • Tatilar says:
    May 16,  · Note that this is very similar to Living In The Past. The only difference is found on labels which have (TUL/2/3/4) with parentheses. Living In The Past has TUL/2/3/4 without parentheses. Original UK press released with the green Chrysalis labels. Released in a leather effect gatefold sleeve with 22 page booklet stapled to the inside/5().
  • Voodookasa says:
    Living in the Past Lyrics: Happy, and I'm smiling / Walk a mile to drink your water / You know I'd love to love you / And above you there's no other / We'll go walking out / While others shout of.
  • Doujas says:
    Apr 28,  · My question is WHY is this not included in the list of Jethro Tull music? TO answer my own question, it is because the entries are not labeled correctly. Between pages 2 and 3 I counted 30+ versions of "Living In The Past". The LP is listed in the list but under Singles and EP and not under LP where it belongs/5().
  • Sasar says:
    Ignoring the history of the set and the various editions, Living In The Past is a very good album to listen to, containing a lot of varied and interesting Jethro Tull material in /5().
  • Gardakus says:
    Jethro Tull Vinyl Set Living In the Past Chrysalis Rec Book First Press. $ $ Free shipping. Vintage Audiovox AVX Eight 8 Track to Cassette Tape Adaptor Converter CA-1 Japan. $ + shipping. TEAC A 2 TRACK 2 CHANNEL 4 HEAD Seller Rating: % positive.
  • Shakasida says:
    About “Living in the Past” Live albums were very popular on vinyl, especially for bands like Jethro Tull that took dedicated massive creative effort their live performances.
  • Dagor says:
    Listen to this collection, put together to capitalize on the explosive growth in the group's audience after Aqualung, and it's easy to understand just how fine a group Jethro Tull was in the early '70s. Most of the songs, apart from a few heavily played album tracks ("Song for Jeffrey," etc.) and a pair of live tracks from a Carnegie Hall show, came off of singles and EPs that, apart from 9/
  • Zolorn says:
    Let's go living in the past Once I used to join in Every boy and girl was my friend Now there's revolution, but they don't know What they're fighting Let us close our eyes Outside their lives go on much faster Oh, we won't give in We'll keep living in the past.

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