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Thick As A Brick - Live In Iceland [DVD]  [NTSC]
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Jethro Tull s famous concept album Thick As A Brick was originally released in 1972 and featured one continuous track spread across two sides of an LP telling the story of a young boy called Gerald Bostock. 40 years later in 2012, Jethro Tull s founder and leader Ian Anderson created Thick As A Brick 2: Whatever Happened To Gerald Bostock? . Following this release Ian Anderson took both albums on the road to perform the complete story of Gerald Bostock and this concert from the tour was filmed in Iceland. The show combines music, video screens and mime to bring Gerald s tale to life as never before and create the definitive presentation of Thick As A Brick .
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As followers of Ian Anderson/Tull will appreciate, Ian's voice isn't what it was a few years ago but this does not detract from the quality of the show. To me, Ian's vocals are noticably better on the second part (TAAB2) and the excellent musicianship from each band member continues practically note perfect. A great live DVD. I just want Ian Anderson to go on and on......how about Homo Erraticus 2 followed up by a DVD similar to this one?
Not a bum note anywhere. Superb theatrics from IA and a few surprises along the way.
I have a s*** hot hifi and cinema system and many live concerts leave me unimpressed. Not this. Sound quality is stunning. As good as it gets. Trust me.
If you like Tull you just have to get this
For me the revelation was Thick as a Brick 2, which I had never heard. This, like its original predecessor is a pastiche, parody, call it what you will, except this time there are references to TAAB 1, which are funny. Lovely comic audience bits, fabulous sound and recording.
My review is of the Blu Ray disc which is just fabulous with its HD Master track and clear vision.
Ian Anderson is looking his age, and his voice is not really up to the job any more - some of the more stretching notes he is just unable to reach, or they sound strained. Fortunately he has a younger supporting vocalist, who has a similar pitch and sound to his voice, but who sings very well, can reach all the notes that IA can, and who delivers the songs very well. In fact, he is excellent.
Have seen the band live, albeit over 20 years ago, and TAAB was old even then. But it still works!
The audience seemed remarkably restrained, so at times it sounds more like a concert performed in a studio, but enjoyable nonetheless.
If you don't like JT, or don't know if you do, then don't bother. If you do, and/or if you know and like this album, then you will most likely enjoy this bluray recording. It was not expensive, so while it is not must-have stuff, I am happy to own it, and will will watch and listen again.
go out I buy the DVD OR[ Blu-ray ] the cd is good as well
5 disc set, Ian's latest studio album, and now T.A.A.B. 1 & 2 in their entirety. By the looks of Ian Anderson has been quite a busy man.
I for one enjoy everything, to have the above 2 albums back to back must have been a hell of a lot of hard work. It's a great sounding concert with the usual silly things thrown in for good measure? I will let you decide, all in all a great concert, as we all perhaps know by now Ian's voice at times does struggle, so we have another singer who can sing Ian's difficult parts, with ease but i guess it's still
not quite the same. If you are a fan of either i would highly recommend the concert.
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As a long time fan of the original TAAB, this live performance of the original album in its entirety, and its much later successor is right up my street. Read morePublished 9 months ago by the bongo man