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Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson - Thick As A Brick
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Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson - Thick As A Brick - Live In Iceland (2014) [Bluray]

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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
Bostock saga and this concert from the tour was filmed in Iceland. The
show combines music, video and mime to bring Gerald’s tale to life as
never before and create the definitive presentation of the complete
“Thick As A Brick”.

"I must be one of the International Artists to have most-often visited
Iceland for concerts. I think the total stands at nine shows now. Of
course, most of these have been in Reykjavik, the capital city where
this performance was recorded. But Iceland is so much more than its
generous, loud and thriving “big city”. Sitting astride the tectonic
upthrust of the mid-Atlantic ridge, you can still feel the precarious,
brave presence of wild and woolly ancestors who made it their home over
the centuries. Now the beating heart of a vigorous Arts and cafe
society, it seems that everyone in Iceland plays an instrument or sings,
whether in the choir, traditional folk groups or electronic pop covers.
This, one of two shows at the newly-built Harpa Concert Hall, took
place quite early on in the combined Thick As A Brick 1 and 2 tours of
2012 and 2013. Only a few little details changed since then as the
structure of the show evolved a little over the 176 performances. To
have decided to perform in this way with an entire new TAAB2 album as
well as the testing original of 1972 was quite daunting, even to me, but
the band and crew entered confidently into the spirit of adventure.
Recreating the original meant carefully analysing and learning the
original parts and arrangements to recapture not only the technical
notation of the original but the sonic quality too. So the instruments
remained the same: Hammond Organ, Fender Jazz Bass, Gibson Les Paul and
the little parlour guitar which I strummed and picked so much, both in
the writing of both albums, and also in the recording. Oh, I nearly
forgot the flute! That was, in fact the easy part as my technical skills
have improved somewhat over the forty-two year gap between the
short-lived TAAB tours of 1972 and today.
The only big issue was with the degree to which I added to the original
record with my own overdubs of acoustic guitar, flute, saxophone,
trumpet and violin. Often, they coincided with one or more vocal parts
making an impossible task for reproduction without an additional pair of
hands and lungs. So in came Ryan O'Donnell, actor, singer, dancer and
mime artist. Having the addition; theatrical input and the covering
vocal parts meant I could then add in the extra del of the additional
instruments, although the prospect of attempting the violin, trumpet and
sax parts was a step too far for me. Anna Phoebe added the violin each
night from her bedroom in North London and my flute served as surrogate
for the short passages of sax and trumpet.
As both albums, especially TAAB2, had been written, rehearsed and
recorded as complete live performances, it was not too onerous for me to
rehearse and re-learn.The band all had to work hard to write down and
practise the detailed material having only played eleven, or so, minutes
of TAAB in various concerts over the last ten years. Well done, men of
the band! Service in battle. Feather in cap. Heart in mouth. Two hundred
nights in the tour bus! John, David, Scott, Florian and Ryan get top
marks and a clean pillow. Jakko Jakszyk, familiar with my work having
just mixed the 2014 Homo Erraticus album, joined the gang to do the live
stereo and 5.1 mixing.
Special thanks to James Anderson for organisation, and to Icelandic
TV, my crew and office support team. And, of course to Geoff and all at
Eagle for the energy and commitment to make this product available. Hope
to see you in Iceland sometime. Book a flight today. Smile at a whale.
Adopt a volcano!" --Ian Anderson.

1 Thick As A Brick parts 1 and 2
2 From A Pebble Thrown
3 Pebbles Instrumental
4 Might Have Beens
5 Upper Sixth Loan Shark
6 Banker Bets, Banker Wins
7 Swing It Far
8 Adrift And Dumbfounded
9 Old School Song
10 Wootton Bassett Town
11 Power And Spirit
12 Give Til It Hurts
13 Cosy Corner
14 Shunt And Shuffle
15 A Change Of Horses
16 Confessional
17 Kismet In Surburbia
18 What-ifs, Maybes And Might-Have-Beens

• Interview with Ian Anderson (1080i; 14:16)
• Ian Anderson and Claude Nobs Workshop: 'Someday the Sun Won't Shine
for You' offers the rare sight of Nobs trying to play an instrument.
(1080i; 9:32)
• Live at Montreux 2012: 'Upper Sixth Loan Shark' and 'Banker Bets,
Banker Wins' (1080i; 7:12). (This one does not look like an upscale).

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