Jethro Tull‘s second album, 1969’s Stand Up will be reissued in November as a three-disc set, featuring new Steven Wilson mixes and a wealth of bonus material. Dubbed ‘The Elevated Edition’, this new version of the album comes in the same book-style packaging as other Tull reissues of late and a very cute touch is the fact that they’ve included the ‘pop-up’ element which came with the original vinyl. (see image above).
This is a 2CD+DVD set and the first disc features the new Steven Wilson remix of the album, plus Living In The Past and Driving Song (A and B-sides of the non-album 45), some rare single mixes and a few BBC Sessions.
The DVD contains Steven Wilson’s new stereo mix in hi-res 96/24 PCM stereo, and his newly mixed surround sound version of Stand Up (dolby digital or 5.1 DTS). The DVD also includes a 96/24 flat transfer of Stand Up from the original stereo master tapes, and flat transfers of both the stereo and mono versions of Living In The Past and Driving Song.