- Title:Painting Over the Past
- Date of release:September 23, 2003
- Recording location:The Cottage Park Studio, Glasgow, Scotland
- Size FLAC version1283 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1796 megabytes
- Size WMA version1879 megabytes
- Formats:FLAC MP4 ADX TTA DMF XM
The Cottage Park Studio, Glasgow, Scotland. The Cottage Studio, Houston. Painting Over the Past.
Living in the Past is a double album quasi-compilation collection by Jethro Tull, which contains album tracks, out-takes, the "Life's a Long Song" EP, and all of their non-LP singles except for "Sunshine Day"/"Aeroplane" (1968), "One for John Gee" (b-side of "A Song for Jeffrey", 1968), "17" (b-side of "Sweet Dream", 1969) and the original version of "Teacher" that appeared in the UK as the b-side of "The Witch's Promise" in 1969 (the re-recorded 1970 one that was released on the American versio.
Painting over the past. Best day of my life, Sorry.
With album number three, Pacifica, their flirtation with literary-musical fare has become more apparent, with the pair using the album’s ten tracks to weave a profound tale of a paradise beyond the Apocalypse, a land called Pacifica where love and discothÃ¨que highs reign supreme. Album opener Youth In Trouble serves as the quasi-prologue, spoofing the Australian media-led campaign against the unsavory kids of today ( Up out all night in bright-lit wonderland/ with a music taste abominable/man, I’m worried sick for youth in trouble ) . He’s left haunted by ghosts in Heaven, which could be his past mistakes or, more tellingly, regret over the end of the old world.
Now, bit of an unusual one. Neill in the UK has been musing on his ideal Pacific. ver to Neil to talk us throug. .I saw a Fret King Superhybrid for sale and, although they are great guitars, I can’t stand their Batwing headsocks and Wave scratchplates; they just seem to be trying too hard to NOT be Fenders when that is what they clearly are. So I thought, ‘how could I do a better job?’. Over the past year, I’ve bought a cheap FS650MS acoustic, a used natural Pacifica 120SJ (upgraded) tele style, an EG112 for my girlfriend (upgraded as well), an RGX121S in satin black and there have been a few that have gotten away, but I’m always looking. I’m GASing for an RGZ112P in black or white. I can’t get enough of these guitars!
And things change over time. In this case, the light really wasn’t reflecting off the water until well after I started. Then the yellow in the hills started reflecting and I was wowed, and I took some photos-I knew I wanted to do a vertical. The artist then spends chunks of time over a couple of weeks developing small areas of the painting and establishing the focal point. He avoids too much detail. Nothing will hurt a large painting more than too much information, asserts Auster. The paintings, which were done over the past year, include plein air work, as well as studio paintings created from field studies. Among the opening events is a painting demonstration (free admission) on the morning of Saturday, October 20, at Jessie’s Grove Winery, in Lodi, California.
CreditsAlan Cuthbertson - Fender Rhodes, Keyboards, Organ (Hammond), Piano, String Arrangements, Strings, Wurlitzer
Lorraine Fehlberg - Vocals
Debbie Harry - Sampling
Lee Wesley Jones - Photography
Stuart McCredie - Drum Programming, Drums, Engineer, Group Member, Guitar (Electric), Keyboards, Mixing, Producer, Synthesizer Bass, Vocals
Donald McDonald - Group Member, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Bass), Guitar (Electric), Producer, Vocals
Pacifica - Primary Artist
Dennis Smith - Mastering
Ren Swan - Mixing
|1||Just Say Yes||Pacifica||3:52|
|2||Circle of Doubt||Pacifica||4:42|
|3||Sooner or Later||Pacifica||4:10|
|7||Singing With Emily||Pacifica||3:34|
|10||Lost in the Translation||Pacifica||3:43|
|11||The Flavour and the Touch||Pacifica||4:28|