Parlophone/Rhino has a new 3CD/1DVD anniversary edition of Jethro Tull’s debut album in the hardcover book format. It features a new stereo mix of the album by Steven Wilson, who has also mixed it in 4.1 (yes, 4.1, not 5.1) DTS and AC3 Dolby Digital surround for the DVD. In addition, CD1 also includes new mixes of two non-LP songs “Love Story” and “A Christmas Song” (both remixed into 5.1 surround on the DVD) and four previously unreleased tracks. CD2 kicks off with nine live performances from the BBC Top Gear Session which made their CD debut on the 2008 reissue. It continues with more bonus tracks including, among others, two single mixes of “Love Story,” non-LP side “One For John Gee” and both sides of their debut single from February 1968 on the MGM label when the band was mis-billed as “Jethro Toe.” Another track, “Blues for the 18th” was recorded at the same time as that single and included here. The third CD includes the original U.K. stereo mix of the album and its original mono mix (in its 2008 remastering). The DVD includes the aforementioned surround mixes as well as the new Steven Wilson mix in 96/24 LPCM stereo. It also features the 1969 U.S. stereo mix in 96/24 LPCM stereo. Whew!