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> Great Live Show, Jethro Tull playing "Thick as a Brick" in 78.
post May 31 2009, 01:16 PM
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Jethro Tull playing a modified version of their normally 43 min. long "Thick as a Brick".

What i really like besides from the whole show and the great energy, is the solo from 5:40. I love the way Martin Barre (Guitar) and Ian Anderson (Flute) accompanies each other, and the whole progression in the solo is quite remarkable as well. I would say that it progresses from a solo in the beginning to a more instrumental ensemble at the end of it.

Check it out and feel free to listen to all of it and comment smile.gif

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post May 31 2009, 01:52 PM
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it is a great song.
"Bursting out Live", the album from which this song is taken is a great live album imo.

They act as if they don't take themself seriously, but they made some great songs.
Locomotive Breath is their best known song I think. It's from the Aqualung album, which is a classic.
Ian Anderson is a great entertainer, great sense of humor... smile.gif

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post May 31 2009, 05:04 PM
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They are awesome, thanks for sharing this, this is great! smile.gif

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