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THICK AS A BRICK

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

4.64 | 2347 ratings

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Shakespeare
4 stars Thick as a Brick is creativity, beauty, emotion: essentially, poetry, in a concentrated form. The music has an overwhelming amount of power, evoking emotion, unearthing dormant memories, and etching new ones. This is more than music; it's more than a journey even. It's as if the thing is a living force, offering emotions to the listener. Whether it is an acoustic guitar section with clear vocals and thought-provoking vocals, or a bluesy bass-led section, the entire album is exhilarating, contemplating, ethereal, even psychedelic. Every time I listen to it, new thoughts are discovered. The entire idea is in certain ways distant and unknown, but it extremely clear that there is some concept behind the music. This is truly a moving piece of music: it's progressive rock at one of its greatest moments.
Shakespeare | 4/5 |

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