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JETHRO TULL - Thick As A Brick (CD + DVD 40th Anniversary Edition)

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JETHRO TULL - Thick As A Brick (CD + DVD 40th Anniversary Edition)Repress - Out of print for 10 years!
Format: CD / Cat No: 5099970461923 / Released: 02/12/2022

Track Listing: CD: 1. Thick As A Brick (Part 1) (2012 Remix) / 2. Thick As A Brick (Part 2) (2012 Remix)

DVD: 1. Thick As A Brick (Part 1) (5.1 Mix DTS & Dolby Digital) / 2. Thick As A Brick (Part 2) (5.1 Mix DTS & Dolby Digital) / 3. Thick As A Brick (Part 1) (2012 Remix) / 4. Thick As A Brick (Part 2) (2012 Remix) / 5. Thick As A Brick (Part 1) / 6. Thick As A Brick (Part 2) / 7. Radio Ad (2012 – Remaster)

More information: In 1972, Jethro Tull released the instant classic, Thick As A Brick. 50 years on and the album is still revered as one of rock’s and progressive rock’s most definitive and pioneering albums. This rare and coveted 40th anniversary CD/DVD special collector’s edition will be available on 7th October 2022 after being out of print for nearly ten years.

Thick As A Brick came about following the release of Jethro Tull’s immensely successful previous album “Aqualung”. Upon its release, Aqualung was regarded a concept album in the music press, and in response the band set about to respond to the rock critics with the ultimate concept album, culminating in Thick As A Brick.

Thick As A Brick was the first album to feature drummer Barrie Barlow, who featured alongside Ian Anderson, Martin Barre, John Evan and Jeffrey Hammond.

CD/DVD Contents:
- Stereo and 5.1 mixes by Steven Wilson
- Original 1972 recording at Morgan Studios by Robin Black

The book contains:
- The original newspaper rebuilt for the 12 x 12 format on 16 pages of newspaper style paper (but more durable)
- The 2012 newspaper printed on gloss paper
- An article by Classic Rocks’ Dom Lawson about ‘Thick As A Brick’
- An Ian Anderson interview conducted by The Reverend George Pitcher
- Many rare 1972/73 photos from photographers Didi Zill and Robert Ellis and 2012 tour photos by Martin Webb
- Memories of the recording from engineer Robin Black
- Recording and touring memories from Martin Barre, Ian Anderson and Jeffrey Hammond.
- A Q&A with tour manager Eric Brooks with tour memorabilia and the full 1972 itinerary