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THICK AS A BRICK

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

4.64 | 2307 ratings

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lucas
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5 stars Jethro tull's first of a long series of progressive rock records (until 1979) and probably the best. JT were the ones, along with Renaissance, to blend acoustic folk music and progressive rock. They succeeded in their approach and brought eight studio albums, from 1972 to 1979, with top quality music. Thick as a brick is a concept album that builds with very good vocal performance by Ian Anderson, very strong acoustic parts and excellent drumming by Barriemore Barlow, replacing Clive Bunker. David Palmer plays an important role, adding a symphonic dimension to JT's music. This is to recommend to everyone in search of beautiful vocals and intricate (intriguing?) music.
lucas | 5/5 |

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