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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

4.64 | 2611 ratings

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5 stars Thick As A Brick from 1972 marks the start of a series of progressive rock albums from the already masters Jethro Tull, Andrson toying with this genre since Aqualung, but only now the term of prog rock is fully desearved. This is considered one of the first concept albums in prog rock history, the story behind is quite intresting aswell the music. Only two pieces here, but each one with top notch musicianship and quite original ideas. As always on a JT album the lyrics are thoughtful and going hand in hand with the music. I'm not really in the mood to make a bif review, this album is already a milestone in prog circles for almost half a century so only remains from me to give 5 stars. To me Thick as brick is in same league with their next one Passion play aswell a 5 stars album for me. An essential album in anyone collection.
b_olariu | 5/5 |


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