Following the recent announcement of a 19-date tour to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Thick As A Brick, Ian Anderson has just released a sequel to the landmark original album. To get back in the Jethro Tull spirit, we're hooking you up with the band's entire catalogue! That's every album they've ever released!
There are two ways to win: first, you can head to our CraveMusic Facebook page, toss us a 'Like' and leave a comment saying, “I should win the Jethro Tull catalogue because ____________.“ Tell us why you should go! Or, secondly, you can follow CraveMusic on Twitter, and use the same sentence, but be sure to include the hashtag #JethroCrave.
The winner's package includes:
A Little Light Music
Roots To Branches
Broadsword & The Beast
Crest of a Knave
A Passion Play
Songs From The Wood
Best of Acoustic Jethro Tull
Best of Jethro Tull Anniversary Collection
Minstrel In The gallery
Too Old to Rock ‘N’ Roll
Nightcap Unreleased 1973-1991
Heavy Horses/Songs For The Wood
Aqualung 40th Anniversary
Thick As A Brick 2
In 1972, Ian Anderson wrote and recorded the Jethro Tull Progressive Rock classic album Thick As A Brick. The record instantly became a number one Billboard Chart album and enjoyed considerable success in many countries of the world.
Forty years on, the story continues – and CraveOnline is proud to be a part of the celebration. To coincide with this groundbreaking release, for the first time since 1972, Anderson and fellow musicians John O’Hara (keyboards), David Goodier (bass), Florian Opahle (guitar) and Scott Hammond (drums) – as well as some guest performers – will take to the road to perform the album in its entirety and, it can now exclusively be revealed that, in addition, there will be a second part to the show where Anderson and the band will also perform the sequel.
Thick As A Brick 2 is out as a standard jewel case CD and digital download, and in a Special Edition 2-disc package with DVD featuring 5.1 stereo mixes, 24-bit stereo mix, video of the making of the album, interviews with the musicians and Ian Anderson reading the lyrics in various locations.