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Upcoming 3CD/4LP/1BD-Audio 40th Anniversary Edition of Rush Classic, A Farewell To King

Rush has had no lack of fans over the course of their long-running tenure. With nary a change in personnel, or a disruption in creativity, Rush has maintained a solid fanbase. During their heights, they sold several million copies of 2112, and four million units of Moving Pictures. Rush sold platinum through 1991 with Roll The Bones. Even afterwards, during a period of drastic change and interest, Rush never sold below Gold status, their last being Clockwork Angels from 2012. But it was officially A Farewell To Kings that gave them the legitimate push into Top40 radio with the release and acceptance of “Closer To The Heart”.

On December 1, the band celebrates the 40th anniversary of A Farewell To Kings with a massive and lavish edition of a Super Deluxe Edition Box of the classic album.

The SDE Box will provide 3CDs (original album with 2015 remaster, and a complete show from the Dec , a high resolution 5.1 Surround and a Stereo set of mixes by Steven Wilson on a BD-Audio disc (and three videos), 4LPs of high quality 180g-weight vinyl (and an included DD rights card). The beautifully redesigned cover on the box and more bonuses inside include a unique Kings Ring held within a custom velvet pouch, a richly designed book with photos, a massive essay, notes, credits, memorabilia, two newly designed lithographs, three baseball cards, a 12″ turntable mat, and a replica A Farewell To Kings tour program.

But if all of that definiteness is too rich for you because you’re not THAT great a fan, or you simply refuse to spend that kind of money, then here are several other configurations of this new set.

There will be a three CD set that will contain the same content found on the 3CDs within the SDE. There is also a separately available 4LP set. And as usual, there is DD availability.

A Farewell To Kings (40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition) – Rush

CD1 (Original Album):

01 – A Farewell To Kings
02 – Xanadu
03 – Closer To The Heart
04 – Cinderella Man
05 – Madrigal
06 – Cygnus -X1 – Book 1 – The Voyage

CD2 (Live at Hammersmith Odeon – February 20, 1978):

01 – Bastille Day
02 – Lakeside Park
03 – By-Tor  The Snow Dog
04 – Xanadu
05 – A Farewell To Kings
06 – Something For Nothing
07 – Cygnus X1

CD3 (Live at Hammersmith Odeon – February 20, 1978):

01 – Anthem
02 – Closer To The Heart
03 – 2112
04 – Working Man
05 – Fly By Night
06 – In The Mood
07 – Drum Solo
08 – Cinderella Man
09 – Xanadu – Dream Theater
10 – Closer To The Heart – Big Wreck
11 – Cinderella Man – The Trews
12 – Madrigal – Alain Johannes
13 – Cygnus X-2 EH – Rush


96kHz 24-bit 5.1 Surround Mix by Steven Wilson
01 – A Farewell To Kings
02 – Xanadu
03 – Closer To The Heart
04 – Cinderella Man
05 – Madrigal
06 – Cygnus -X1 – Book 1 – The Voyage

96kHz 24-bit Original Stereo Analog 2015 Remaster
01 – A Farewell To Kings
02 – Xanadu
03 – Closer To The Heart
04 – Cinderella Man
05 – Madrigal
06 – Cygnus -X1 – Book 1 – The Voyage


1977 Promo Videos:

01 – A Farewell To Kings
02 – Xanadu
03 – Closer To Te Heart



40th Anniversary Remastered and Expanded Sets For Hotel California (The Eagles)

Many have favored albums from The Eagles. For me, it’s One Of These Nights, released back in 1975. But, in 1976, and with the addition of Joe Walsh to the line-up, The Eagles released their most widely loved album, Hotel California.  It sold over 32 million units, generated two number one singles (“Hotel California”, “New Kid In Town”), and another with “Life In the Fast Lane”. The album won two Grammy Awards for the two singles and lost Album of The Year to Rumours.

On November 24, a 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of Hotel California will be made available with a ton of expanded coolness.

The album will be newly remastered and presented in several forms.

The 2CD/BD will provide the original album, a previously unreleased LA Forum (October 1976) live set with ten performance tracks, and both hi-res Stereo tracks (192 kHz/24-bit) as well as 5.1 Surround mixes (Advanced Resolution, and Dolby Digital). To make a great  package even better, an 11 x 11 hardbound book will be included stuffed with photos, write-ups, memorabilia, credits, and notes. A replica tour book is included as well as an 11 x 22 poster.

For others, there will be a 2CD set. a single CD edition, and the expected digital download availability. If you go to The Eagles website, you can pre-order cool bundles there.

Hotel California (40th Anniversary) – The Eagles

CD1 (Original Album):

01 – Hotel California
02 – New Kid In Town
03 – Life In The Fast Lane
04 – Wasted Time
05 – Wasted Time (Reprise)
06 – Victim of Love
07 – Pretty Maids All In A Row
08 – Try And Love Again
09 – The Last Resort

CD2 (Live a The LA Forum, October 1976):

01 – Take It Easy
02 – Take It To The Limit
03 – New Kid In Town
04 – James Dean
05 – Good Day in Hell
06 – Witchy Woman
07 – Funk #49
08 – One Of These Nights
09 – Hotel California
10 – Already Gone


ELP To Release All Inclusive Fanfare 1970-1997 Box

When it comes to Emerson, Lake & Palmer, few bands have had the luxury they’ve enjoyed of being revisited in many ways in a short time. But they’ve been worth it. You may not need to replenish an already existing library as frequently as they’ve had their albums revisited, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have the opportunity or choice. I sure wish that many bands that I’ve loved over the years had just a portion of that attention to music.

(For years, I’ve envisioned a Deluxe Edition of Wishbone Ash’s magnificent Live Dates. With two discs of cherry-picked performance tracks from four shows, I’d LOVE to hear each show in their entirety. What a package that’s be!! Additionally, I have love for Crawler, the band that evolved from Back Street Crawler after Paul Kossoff’s death. I’d love to hear the original album (with “Stone Cold Sober”) remastered, as well as some live material, and perhaps some embryonic demos and alternate tracks. To hear “Stone Cold Sober” in its early form would be very, very cool!! And let’s not forget the insights a new booklet would provide us for both albums!)

On October 27, BMG will produce a Limited Edition Deluxe Box named Fanfare 1970-1997 that will house all eleven official ELP album releases (in their most recent remastering) within a lavish, numbered rigid matte-black Box with foil-blocked cover text. Those albums are:

  • Emerson, Lake & Palmer (1970)
  • Pictures At An Exhibition (1971)
  • Tarkus (1971)
  • Trilogy (1972)
  • Brain Salad Surgery (1973)
  • Welcome Back , My Friends, To The Show That Never Ends (1974)  (2CD)
  • Works Volume 1 (1977) (2CD)
  • Works Volume 2 (1977)
  • Love Beach (1978)
  • Black Moon (1992)
  • In The Hot Seat (1994)

But nothing great sits alone. The box will also be blessed with:

  • Live in Rome & Milan Italy 1973 (previously unreleased) as a gatefold vinyl 3LP set
  • Previously unreleased CD albums, mastered by the
    internationally celebrated studio engineering team of
    Andy Pearce and Matt Wortham of:
    LONG POND, PA, U.S.A., 9TH JULY 1972
    U.K., 27TH NOVEMBER 1992
  • A Blu-ray Audio with hi-res Stereo and 5.1 Surround mixes of:
    – Emerson, Lake & Palmer (STEVEN WILSON, 2012)
    – Tarkus (STEVEN WILSON, 2012)
    – Trilogy(JAKKO M JAKSZYK, 2015)
    – Brain Salad Surgery (JAKKO M JAKSZYK, 2014)
  • Remastered 7″ vinyl singles wih reproduced original sleeve art of:
    – Lucky Man b/w Knife-Edge (1970)
    – Fanfare For The Common Man b/w Brain Salad Surgery (1977)
  • A Deluxe hardbound 12″ book with foil-blocked cover text containing photos, extensive notes and quotes
  • a reprinted original1970 promo poster, a 1972 promo brochure, and 1974 and 1992 tour programs replications
  • Metal and Enamel ELP logo pin badge

Overall, this Box contains 16CDs, 3LPs, 4BD-Audio, 2 7″ vinyl singles, as well as the previously mentioned printed material.

If you need the vast track-list, let me know, and I’ll get them to you.


New Steven Wilson Remix of XTC’s Black Sea

Every once in a while, a guy named Steven Wilson makes a group of fans deliriously happy. This is especially true if you happen to agree with Mr Wilson on bands that he loves (generally the only ones he’ll work with). In this case, it’s XTC, a band he has consistently worked with to remix their library of loved albums. A few days ago, SW took to social media to inform XTC fans that his next album to be released would be Black Sea.

Black Sea is XTC’s fourth album. Released in 1980, prior to English Settlement (1982), this album further helped to build on the growing love for this band. By 1980, XTC had released seven singles. Black Sea generated five hit singles all by its lonesome.

On November 10 (there is some rumor that this SW remix will be released later than this date. A page from Burning shed directly related to this release has been removed. So…who knows. We’ll stick with November 10 unless proven otherwise.), Black Sea will be released with the new Stereo remix, and a 5.1 Surround mix. As bonuses, there will be a selection of album-related material.

The CD/BD package will deliver the 2017 Stereo remix, a surround remix in 96kHz/24-bit LCPM version as well as a DTS-HD version in 96kHz/24-bit. A Stereo 96kHz/24-bit hi res is included on the BD. There will be additional songs from the sessions, as well as instrumental versions. Included will be demos (in mostly live form). There are three videos inclusions (“Towers of London”, “Generals & Majors”, “Respectable Street”).


[UPDATE] 25th 3CD/BD Anniversary Set For Automatic For The People (R.E.M.)

R.E.M. has an anniversary arriving for Automatic For The People. Originally released in 1992, 2017 marks the 25th Anniversary for the classic album that spawned well over eighteen million units of sales.  In addition to the massive sales of the album, there were six singles pulled from the set that include “Drive”, “Man On The Moon”, “The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonight”, “Everybody Hurts”, “Nightswimming”, and “Find The River”. You’ll be hard pressed to find yourself not familiar with any one of those songs. Plus, if you’re a serious R.E.M. fan, then the entire album is well-known to you.

On November 10, a 25th Anniversary Edition of Automatic For The People is scheduled. The first CD will contain the original CD. CD2 will provide a 13 performance track live set from their 11/19/1992 show at the 40 Watt Club (Athens, GA). CD3 will deliver 20 demo tracks. The Blu-ray addition will provide a Dolby Atmos 5.1 mix of the original album, videos, and a hi-res Stereo (so it seems) set of the album. There will be a few additional bonuses.

A truncated 2CD Edition will also be made available.

A book will be packed in with filled with brilliant things like notes, photos, and plenty of information surrounding this great album.

Automatic For The People – R.E.M.

01. Drive
02. Try Not To Breathe
03. The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
04. Everybody Hurts
05. New Orleans Instrumental No. 1
06. Sweetness Follows
07. Monty Got A Raw Deal
08. Ignoreland
09. Star Me Kitten
10. Man On The Moon
11. Nightswimming
12. Find The River

CD2: (Live at The 40 Watt Club – 11/19/92)
01. Drive
02. Monty Got A Raw Deal
03. Everybody Hurts
04. Man On The Moon
05. Losing My Religion
06. Country Feedback
07. Begin The Begin
08. Fall On Me
09. Me In Honey
10. Finest Worksong
11. Love Is All Around
12. Funtime
13. Radio Free Europe

CD3: (Demo)
01. Drive (Demo)
02. Wake Her Up (Demo)
03. Mike’s Pop Song (Demo)
04. C To D Slide 13 (Demo)
05. Cello Scud (Demo)
06. 10K Minimal (Demo)
07. Peter’s New Song (Demo)
08. Eastern 983111 (Demo)
09. Bill’s Acoustic (Demo)
10. Arabic Feedback (Demo)
11. Howler Monkey (Demo)
12. Pakiderm (Demo)
13. Afterthought (Demo)
14. Bazouki Song (Demo)
15. Photograph (Demo)
16. Michael’s Organ (Demo)
17. Pete’s Acoustic Idea (Demo)
18. 6-8 Passion & Voc (Demo)
19. Hey Love (Mike Voc / Demo)
20. Devil Rides Backwards (Demo)

01. Drive (Dolby Atmos Mix)
02. Try Not To Breathe (Dolby Atmos Mix)
03. The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite (Dolby Atmos Mix)
04. Everybody Hurts (Dolby Atmos Mix)
05. New Orleans Instrumental No. 1 (Dolby Atmos Mix)
06. Sweetness Follows (Dolby Atmos Mix)
07. Monty Got A Raw Deal (Dolby Atmos Mix)
08. Ignoreland (Dolby Atmos Mix)
09. Star Me Kitten (Dolby Atmos Mix)
10. Man On The Moon (Dolby Atmos Mix)
11. Nightswimming (Dolby Atmos Mix)
12. Find The River (Dolby Atmos Mix)
13. Photograph (Dolby Atmos Mix)
14. Drive
15. Try Not To Breathe
16. The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
17. Everybody Hurts
18. New Orleans Instrumental No. 1
19. Sweetness Follows
20. Monty Got A Raw Deal
21. Ignoreland
22. Star Me Kitten
23. Man On The Moon
24. Nightswimming
25. Find The River
26. Photograph
Videos (27-33)
27. Drive
28. The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
29. Everybody Hurts
30. Man On The Moon
31. Nightswimming (British Version)
32. Find The River
33. Nightswimming (R Version)
34. Automatic For The People Press Kit


Historic Live At Pompeii Is Coming From David Gilmour

When David Gilmour released Rattle That Lock in 2015, he undertook a long tour to support it. One of the stops, Pompeii (in Italy)had its July 7th and 8th shows recorded for an intended Live release. Eventually, that was realized as a reality with the recent announcements that Live In Pompeii would be made available for fans. And while this is old news as it was announced as early as May of 2017, I find it a nice reminder, as well as a possible surprise for some that didn’t know. (It’s harder and harder to compete with the ample flow of information these days. I was one of few over ten years ago, but am now one of many!) And so:

On September 29, Columbia Records, the long-time home of David Gilmour, will release a 2CD set of Live At Pompeii as well as Blu-ray Edition with the CD and other extras.  The 2CD Deluxe Edition will provide 148 minutes of music on 21 tracks (see list below). It will be housed in a sturdy hardback case, and include a 24-page book with photos  and other things concerning the historic shows.

The album will also be featured in a Boxed edition with a lift-off lid that will supply the 2CD set as well as a Blu-ray disc of the show, and a bonus blu-ray disc with eleven live tracks remixed in high quality Stereo, and 5.1 Surround tracks, all from various shows OTHER than the Pompeii shows (five from South America, and five from Poland (with orchestra). The remaining track is “Comfortably Numb” with Benedict Cumberbatch at the Royal Albert Hall, London. This bonus Blu-ray will include five documentaries totaling approximately 2 hours. The Box will add in a hardbound photobook, a Pompeii Guide leaflet, a 2-side poster, and four cards!

For vinyl fans, Live At Pompeii will see release as a 4LP edition on 180g-weight vinyl. The LPs will provide a download card for the digital versions of the tracks.

There will also be separately available 2DVD sets.

Live At Pompeii – David Gilmour

01. 5 A.M.  (3:13)
02. Rattle That Lock  (5:21)
03. Faces of Stone (6:00)
04. What Do You Want From Me  (4:30)
05. The Blue  (6:33)
06. The Great Gig in the Sky  (6:02)
07. A Boat Lies Waiting  (4:55)
08. Wish You Were Here  (5:18)
09. Money  (8:13)
10. In Any Tongue (7:47)
11. High Hopes  (9:31)
12. One of These Days  (6:32)


01. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pts. 1-5)  (12:30)
02. Fat Old Sun (6:05)
03. Coming Back to Life (7:18)
04. On an Island (7:01)
05. Today  (6:40)
06. Sorrow (10:50)
07. Run Like Hell  (7:16)
08. Time / Breathe (In The Air) (reprise); Time\ Breathe (In the Air) (6:45)
09. Comfortably Numb  (9:59)


Final Two ELP Remasters, Black Moon, and In The Hot Seat, Planned For July

Not long ago, a revitalized BMG label began to reissue remastered and expanded ELP titles. To date, they’ve moved through Love Beach (which released on May 26 along with both Works volumes). Remaining are the two final studio issues, Black Moon (1992), and In The Hot Seat (1994). both albums failed to make great impact, and were of marginal interest even to long term fans. Nevertheless, both albums were original band issues and, having said that, should be historically respected for the music that was released. Personally, I enjoyed both albums.

Musically, Black Moon, and In The Hot Seat simply were caught in a period of indifference to what was enthusiastically received in the ’70s with Trilogy, Brain Salad Surgery, the Works volumes, and their great predecessors. The songs found on both were good listens, worthy of their release.

On July 28, BMG rolls out the last of the intended studio reissues with new remastering by Andy Pearce. Both titles will be offered on 2CD sets, HD DD, and 140g-weight vinyl LP.

Black Moon will offer four bonus tracks that will include radio edits of “Black Moon”, “Affairs Of The Heart”, “Paper Blood”, and the cover of Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet”. On CD 2, the newly remastered complete album release of Live At The Royal Albert Hall (1993) will be provided as more bonus.

In The Hot Seat will offer not only the original album remastered, but will include a studio version of Mussorgsky’s “Pictures At An Exhibition”, along with “A Time And A Place”, and Emerson’s “Piano Concerto No. 1: Third Movement”. The second CD will provide twelve remastered live performance tracks including “Hoedown”, “Honky Tonk Train Blues”, “Tiger In The Spotlight”, and a medley of “Fanfare For The Common Man”, “Rondo”, “America”, and 21st Century Schizoid Man”. The album will include a booklet with a track by track commentary written by Greg Lake. (Lake had also contributed liner notes for Black Moon.

Previously released remastered BMG-issued ELP titles includes Emerson, Lake & Palmer (1970), Tarkus (1971), Pictures At An Exhibition (1971), all reissued on June 6, 2016; Trilogy (1972), Brain Salad Surgery (1973), Welcome Back My Friends… (1974), all reissued on September 30, 2016; and Works, Volume 1 (1977), Works, Volume 2 (1977), and Love Beach (1978).

Carl Palmer is touring ELP Legacy with an eight-date (for now) England tour beginning in November of 2017.


New Steven Wilson Album, To The Bone, Scheduled For August

Steven Wilson fans come in all ways. There are those who adore his years with Porcupine Tree. There are those who love his solo works. And there are those that love his flawless remix works on classic albums from the ’70s and ’80s. And, of course, there are those that love every facet of his music involvement. With that, it’s good news to learn that he will be releasing his next solo effort soon.

On August 18, watch for the latest SW set, To The Bone. It will offer a collection of eleven new tracks. his last album, Hand. Cannot. Erase. was released back in early 2015 (that long ago?!) then, Rolling Stone magazine referred to Hand. Cannot. Erase. as one of 2015’s best releases.

With To The Bone, there will be multiple variations on delivery. There will be a standard CD issue, DD, and a 2LP vinyl release. For the die-hards, there will be an immersive 2CD/BD/DVD Deluxe Hardback Book Edition. It’s chock full of goodies that will include the original 11-track album, a bonus CD with 55 minutes of demos and unused outtakes from the To The Bone sessions, the Blu-ray (BD) containing 96kHz/24-bit high resolution versions of To the Bone in Stereo, instrumental, and 5.1 Surround, as well as two videos (“Pariah”, “Song For I”), and an 85-minute documentary, Ask Me Nicely – The Making of To The Bone, and a DVD with a high resolution Stereo mix. and a DTS high resolution 5.1 Surround mix, both at 96/24. the DVD will also include both previously mentioned videos. An additional bonus to the Hardback Book Edition will be a 7″ vinyl single of “Antisocial”, an otherwise unused instrumental tune. To top off the goodness, the book is 120 pages of photos, a 12,000 word journal, and more.

To The Bone is led off with the release of the first single, “Pariah” (listen below).

A large multi-date tour in support of To The Bone commences in January of 2018 with a European our.

To The Bone – Steven Wilson

01 – To The Bone
02 – Nowhere Now
03 – Pariah
04 – The Same Asylum As Before
05 – Refuge
06 – Permanating
07 – Blank Tapes
08 – People Who Eat Darkness
09 – Song of I
10 – Detonation
11 – Song of Unborn

Bonus CD (on Hardback Book Edition):

01 – Ask Me Nicely – intro (1.42)
02 – A Door Marked Summer (7.41)
03 – Pariah – demo (4.58)
04 – People Who Eat Darkness – demo (5.35)
05 – Refuge – demo (4.59)
06 – The Same Asylum as Before – demo (5.32)
07 – Ask Me Nicely (3.53)
08 – Northern Cyclonic (3.50)
09 – Detonation – demo (10.18)
10 – Song of Unborn – demo (6.56)


Massive Kraftwerk Box of Recorded ‘Full Album’ Concerts, 3-D The Catalogue (and More)

Kraftwerk emerged back in the ’70s with their groundbreaking Pop/Synth Top40 song, “Autobahn”. The song captured the evolving times of Rock with an uncanny ability to be able to do so before many others had in the ’80s. Before that great album, the band had already released three LPs beginning with Kraftwerk in 1970 and followed by Kraftwerk 2 (1972), and Ralf and Florian (which arrived in the US AFTER the success of Autobahn).

Over time, Kraftwerk developed a strong and devoted fanbase. From Autobahn on through Computer World (1981), the band was to be envied for their successes.

(I love all things Kraftwerk. But I have an immense preference for The Man Machine (with “The Model”). The divide between that album and all other Kraftwerk albums is huge!)

On May 26, the UK marketplace will release a whopping 8CD Box set (via Parlophone) of all the Kraftwerk successes played in concert settings as full albums. They will represent fairly recent recordings between the period of 2012 through 2016 of albums that include complete concert sets of Autobahn, Radio-Activity, Trans Europe Express, The Man-Machine, Computer World, The Mix (a 1991 compilation), Techno Pop, and Tour de France. The Box is being called 3-D The Catalogue.

There will also be digital formats available, as well as a 9LP box, and a cool 4BD (Blu-ray) with video AND 5.1 mixes (Dolby Atmos) of the individual tracks! This Box will be presented in a 12″x 12″ container and will include a 228-page book. The discs will be held within an 8-panel digipak.

The CD box offers a “headphone Surround 3D” disc of The Mix.


40th Anniversary 3CD/2DVD SW Remix Of Jethro Tull’s Songs From The Wood In May

One of the great pieces of news to arise at the end of last week were the release date and specs for the Steven Wilson remix of Songs From The Wood, the 1977 Jethro Tull classic. Back in October, it was revealed that this was indeed ready for pressing and distribution. (I think I might have made a few of you happy that day.) Now, in May, we finally can hear its magic.

On May 19, an all inclusive 3CD/2DVD 40th Anniversary package will be made available. Parenthetically referred to as The Country Set, this package will contain new Stereo and 5.1 Surround SW mixes. To bolster the package, there will be previously unavailable bonus tracks from the period of the album. There will also be a complete concert from 1977, mixed by Jakko Jakszyk of King Crimson (himself fast becoming a favored remix engineer like Steven Wilson). To make the set even more desirable, a 96-page book filled with everything will be included! The Book will offer:

– An extensive note by Martin Webb about the writing, recording and touring of Jethro Tull‘s tenth studio album Songs From The Wood.
– A track by track annotation of the album and associated recordings by Ian Anderson.
– Lyrics for the album and bonus tracks.
– An interview with studio engineer Trevor White.
– Steve Jeal explores the legends, myths and historical facts behind some of the album’s songs
– A recording and touring chronology from April 1976 to December 1977
– Jakko Jakszyk describes the technical challenge of synchronising video and audio recordings of a 1977 live concert

CD1: (original album with accompanying bonus tracks)

01. Songs From The Wood
02. Jack-In-The-Green
03. Cup Of Wonder
04. Hunting Girl
05. Ring Out, Solstice Bells
06. Velvet Green
07. The Whistler
08. Pibroch (Cap In Hand)
09. Fire At Midnight

Bonus Tracks:

10. Old Aces Die Hard [previously unreleased]
11. Working John, Working Joe [previously unreleased]
12. Magic Bells (Ring Out, Solstice Bells)
13. Songs From The Wood (Unedited Master)
14. Fire At Midnight (Unedited Master) [previously unreleased]
15. One Brown Mouse (Early Version)
16. Strip Cartoon
17. The Whistler (US Stereo Single Mix)

CD2/CD3 (Live at The Capital Centre, Landover, Maryland, 21st November 1977 – Stereo):

01. Wond’ring Aloud
02. Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of The New Day
03. Jack-In-The-Green
04. Thick As A Brick
05. Songs From The Wood
06. Instrumental
07. Drum Solo Improvisation
08. To Cry You A Song
09. A New Day Yesterday
10. Flute Solo Improvisation interpolating – God Rest Ye Gentlemen/Bouree
11. Living In The Past / A New Day Yesterday (reprise)

1. Velvet Green
2. Hunting Girl
3. Too Old To Rock ‘n’ Roll: Too Young To Die
4. Minstrel In The Gallery
5. Cross-Eyed Mary
6. Aqualung
7. Instrumental Improvisation
8. Wind-Up
9. Back Door Angels / Guitar Improvisation / Wind Up (reprise)
10. Locomotive Breath
11. Land Of Hope And Glory / Improvisation / Back Door Angels (reprise)


96/24 PCM Stereo (Steven Wilson Remix):

01. Songs From The Wood
02. Jack-In-The-Green
03. Cup Of Wonder
04. Hunting Girl
05. Ring Out, Solstice Bells
06. Velvet Green
07. The Whistler
08. Pibroch (Cap In Hand)
09. Fire At Midnight
10. Old Aces Die Hard
11. Working John, Working Joe
12. Magic Bells (Ring Out, Solstice Bells)
13. Songs From The Wood (Unedited Master)
14. Fire At Midnight (Unedited Master)
15. One Brown Mouse (Early Version)
16. Strip Cartoon

DD/DTS 5.1 Surround (Steven Wilson Remix):

01. Songs From The Wood
02. Jack-In-The-Green
03. Cup Of Wonder
04. Hunting Girl
05. Ring Out, Solstice Bells
06. Velvet Green
07. The Whistler
08. Pibroch (Cap In Hand)
09. Fire At Midnight
10. Old Aces Die Hard
11. Working John, Working Joe
12. Magic Bells (Ring Out, Solstice Bells)
13. One Brown Mouse (Early Version)
14. Strip Cartoon

96/24 PCM Flat Transfer Original Stereo Master:

01. Songs From The Wood
02. Jack-In-The-Green
03. Cup Of Wonder
04. Hunting Girl
05. Ring Out, Solstice Bells
06. Velvet Green
07. The Whistler
08. Pibroch (Cap In Hand)
09. Fire At Midnight

Flat Transfer of Original Quad Master-DTS/DD 4.0 Surround:

01. Songs From The Wood
02. Jack-In-The-Green
03. Velvet Green
04. The Whistler

DVD2 (Live at The Capital Centre, Landover, Maryland, 21st November 1977):

1. Wond’ring Aloud
2. Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of The New Day
3. Jack-In-The-Green
4. Thick As A Brick
5. Songs From The Wood
6. Instrumental / Drum Solo Improvisation
7. To Cry You A Song
8. A New Day Yesterday
9. Flute Solo Improvisation interpolating – God Rest Ye Gentlemen / Bouree / A New Day Yesterday
10. Living In The Past / A New Day Yesterday (reprise)
11. Second half of concert – Introduction
12. Velvet Green
13. Hunting Girl
14. Too Old To Rock ‘n’ Roll: Too Young To Die
15.Minstrel In The Gallery
16. Cross-Eyed Mary
17. Aqualung
18. Instrumental Improvisation
19. Wind-Up
20. Back Door Angels / Guitar Improvisation / Wind Up (reprise)
21. Locomotive Breath
22. Land Of Hope And Glory / Improvisation / Back Door Angels (reprise)

Beethoven’s Ninth (with original audio)
The Whistler (promo footage) (mono)