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Thick as a Brick is the fifth studio album by the British rock band Jethro Tull, released in March 1972. The album contains a continuous piece of music, split over two sides of an LP record, and is a parody of the concept album genre. The original packaging, designed like a newspaper, claims the album to be a musical adaptation of an epic poem by fictional eight-year-old genius Gerald Bostock, though the lyrics were actually written by the band's frontman, Ian Anderson.
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Lyrics to "Thick As A Brick (Part 2)" song by Jethro Tull: LATER. See there! A man born and we pronounce him fit for peace . There's a load lifted from his shoulders with the discovery of his disease. We'll take the child from him put it to the test teach it to be a wise man how to fool the rest.
Thick as a Brick is perhaps Jethro Tull’s definitive progressive rock album. Born from a desire to really produce a concept album after the rock critics so dubbed the previous year’s Aqualung, the record features a rock first: one continuous song on both sides. The music, and the lyrics, are challenging to the listener and reflect complex influences of folk, jazz, and rock.
Thick as a Brick, Part II". 20:54. 1. "Thick as a Brick, Part I" (. Surround Mix). 2. "Thick as a Brick, Part II" (. 3. "Thick as a Brick, Part I" (2012 Stereo Mix). 4. "Thick as a Brick, Part II" (2012 Stereo Mix). 5. "Thick as a Brick, Part I" (Original Stereo Mix).
Jethro Tull wasn't the first to use the newspaper theme for album art: The Four Seasons 1969 album Genuine Imitation Life Gazette was made to look like a newspaper with lyrics to the songs appearing as stories. It even had a comics-section insert wish i could meet Ian before I "mingle with the dust".
In 1971, Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson set out with tongue-in-cheek to make the mother of all concept albums. With Thick As A Brick, he ended up fulfilling his ambition – and then some. But Jethro Tull mainman Ian Anderson believes there’s a common thread. Monty Python lampooned the British way of life, says Anderson. We were spoofing the idea of the concept album, but in a fun way that didn’t totally mock it.
|A||Thick As A Brick, Part I||3:28|
|B||Thick As A Brick, Part II||3:02|
- Published By – Chrysalis Music Ltd.
- Published By – Ian Anderson Music Ltd.
- Published By – Slezak Musikverlag
- Producer – Ian Anderson
- Written-By – G. Bostock*, I. Anderson*
NotesMade in Germany
There is another release with a different sleeve backside: Thick As A Brick Part I + II
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-side runout area): 10 AA6155002 1W 320
- Matrix / Runout (B-side runout area): 10 AA6155002 2W 320
- Matrix / Runout (A-side center label): AA 6155 002.1 W
- Matrix / Runout (B-side center label): AA 6155 002.2 W
- Rights Society: GEMA
|6155 002||Jethro Tull||Thick As A Brick Part I + II (7", Single, 1st)||Chrysalis||6155 002||Germany||1972|
|CHA 103||Jethro Tull||Thick As A Brick (7", Single, Promo)||Chrysalis||CHA 103||France||1972|
|5C 006-93455, 5C 006-93 455||Jethro Tull||Thick As A Brick Part One-Part Two (7", Single)||Chrysalis, Chrysalis||5C 006-93455, 5C 006-93 455||Netherlands||1972|
|010 1003||Jethro Tull||Thick As A Brick Part.1 - Part.2 (7", Single)||Chrysalis||010 1003||Italy||1972|
|CHA 104||Jethro Tull||Thick As A Brick (7", Single)||Chrysalis||CHA 104||France||1972|
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