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Thick As A Brick 2 Import

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  • Audio CD (April 3 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B0073XORLU
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
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1. From A Pebble Thrown
2. Pebbles Instrumental
3. Might-have-beens
4. Upper Sixth Loan Shark
5. Banker Bets, Banker Wins
6. Swing It Far
7. Adrift And Dumfounded
8. Old School Song
9. Wootton Bassett Town
10. Power And Spirit
11. Give Till It Hurts
12. Cosy Corner
13. Shunt And Shuffle
14. A Change Of Horses
15. Confessional
16. Kismet In Suburbia
17. What-ifs, Maybes And Might-have-beens

Product Description

2012 release from the Jethro Tull frontman, the sequel to the hit 1972 Tull album released to coincide with the 40th Anniversary of the original LP's release. The lyrics on Thick As A Brick were credited at the time to the fictitious child character, Gerald Bostock, whose parents supposedly lied about his age. So, 40 years on, what would Gerald Bostock - aged 50 in 2012 - be doing today? What might have befallen him? The anniversary "part two" album will examine the possible different paths that the precocious young schoolboy, Gerald Bostock, might have taken later in life through alter-ego characters with song-section identities illustrating the hugely varied potential twists and turns of fate and opportunity. Not just for Gerald but to echo how our own lives develop, change direction and ultimately conclude through chance encounters and interventions, however tiny and insignificant they might seem at the time.


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A true gem of an album that is a fusion of Aqualung, Thick as a Brick and Minstrel in the Gallery. Ian Anderson delivers a series of soft and heavy songs in the true spirit of the best Tull musical styles. For a Tull fan, this is equivalent to The Beatles releasing a sequel to Sgt Peppers. I loved the deluxe package that has the DVD which includes many neat features.
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Ian Anderson still has the magic of composing extraordinary music and meaningful lyrics, I have listened the cd a couple of times,and everytime i listen to it the more i love it, even though i'd have loved to see some of his JT musicians joyning him in this venture, All in all thanks to I.A. for giving us more of his music.
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After listening to TAAB as a whole unit ( a rock opera if you will ) with all the songs melded into one switching back to the regular song format where there is a break like normal is difficult. I expected to hear the entire event played out in a single song however that was not the case at all. In fact the second Thick as a brick ( TAAB ) all the songs were separated as all the regular songs are in any regular disc is. This has the effect of making the whole story immediately easier to follow for the average person. This way each individual act, or storyline is played out as a separate unit and you can follow along much like the Rock opera Tommy was done. Spigomars
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La suite de Thick As A Brick, quelques quarante années plus tard, c'est déjà inouï. Et avec cette qualité sonore, ça devient purement un délice!
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By Stephen Bieth TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 3 2012
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The record sequel where not common is not new. Elton John did it (Cpt. Fantastic / Captian and the kid), Meatloaf (Bat out Of Hell 1&2) just to name a couple. I am sure in most cases it does help sell the product. Saying that this is better then most. It kept me ingaged till the end and I will be listening to it more. Music wise it is different then TAAB. Shorter songs (TAAB being one long peice) plus Anderson's voice has changed a lot since the original came out. The lyric content definatly continues from were the last one ends off. Over all a very pleasant suprise.
The down side 1) why do it under Ian Anderson's name instead of Jethro Tull 2) where is Martin Barre? Was calling it Ian Anderson's just a way to get rid of him. Where as I enjoyed the record his guitar playing is missed and would have added much. Ian Anderson has always bin very cut throat with the members of his band. Like Neil Young but maybe it's why their music is still good because the art always comes first. But I am sure Ian Anderson will agree with a Neil Young Quote "sometimes the hardest part of my career is looking back at the wake of destruction I left behind me"
In closing. Great record. If you get the deluxe it includes a great bonus DVD. Lots of extra's but best of all another wonderful 5.1 mix by Steven Wilson!
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