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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (25 octobre 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B008S6B480
  • Autres versions : Téléchargement MP3
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Thick as a brick (part 1) (2012 remix)
  2. Thick as a brick (part 2) (2012 remix)

Disque : 2

  1. Thick as a brick (part 1) (5 1 mix dts dolby dig
  2. Thick as a brick (part 2) (5.1 mix dts & dolby dig
  3. Thick as a brick (part 1)
  4. Thick as a brick (part 2)
  5. Radio ad (2012 - remaster)

Descriptions du produit

Nach der erfolgreichen Veröffentlichung der Thick As A Brick Fortsetzung TAAB2 von Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson in diesem Frühjahr, erscheint am 2. November 2012 zum 40. Jubiläum dieses Klassikers das Original-Album in zwei verschiedenen Konfigurationen.

Im Jahr 1972 veröffentlichten Jethro Tull das legendäre Progressive Rock Album Thick As A Brick . Das Album erreichte auf Anhieb Platz 1 der amerikanischen Album Charts und konnte auch sonst international große Erfolge verzeichnen. Im Mittelpunkt der Songtexte stand die fiktive kindliche Hauptfigur Gerald Bostock.

Neben der 'Thick As a Brick / Thick As a Brick 2 (Special Vinyl Collection)' erscheint die limitierte '40th Anniversary Special Edition'. Dieses Produkt verfügt über einen neuen Stereo-Mix und 5.1.-Mixe von Steven Wilson, eine DVD-Audio mit DTS & Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround-Mix und HQ-Stereoaufnahmen in 96/24 Bit (neuer Mix und 1972er Flat Transfer). Dazu gibt es ein 104-seitiges 7½ x 5½ Hardcover-Buch, das die ursprüngliche 40-seitige Zeitung, einen Artikel des Classic Rock Journalisten Dom Lawson, seltene Fotos der Fotografen Didi Zill und Robert Ellis, Interviews, Aufzeichnungen, Erinnerungen und vieles mehr enthält.

Thick As A Brick (40th Anniversary Special Edition) Inhalt:
- Neue Stereo- und 5.1-Mixe von Steven Wilson
- Ursprüngliche Aufnahme aus dem Jahr 1972 (von Robin Black in den Morgan Studios aufgenommen)
- Das 104-seitige 7½ x 5½ Hardcover-Buch enthält:
- die ursprüngliche Zeitung auf Glanz-Papier
- einen Artikel des Classic Rocks Journalisten Dom Lawson
- ein Ian Anderson Interview von Reverend George Pitcher über beide Alben
- viele seltene Foto aus den Jahre 1972/73 der Fotografen Didi Zill und Robert Ellis
- 2012 Tour Fotos von Martin Webb
- Sleeve Notes über die Recording Sessions von Engineer Robin Black
- Sleeve Notes von Martin Barre, Ian Anderson und Jeffrey Hammond
- ein Q&A mit Tour Manager Brooks inklusive Tour Memorabilien und dem gesamten Tour-Reiseplan aus dem Jahr 1972
- Übersetzungen in deutscher Sprache beider Alben


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Format: CD Achat vérifié
Dès les premières minutes, on se régale !

je parle ici du CD audio, je ne suis pas équipé pour écouter le Dvd audio.

L'album par lui même est un chef d'oeuvre, ça fait 40ans qu'on le sait.
Steven Wilson a encore fait un travail remarquable et j'espère que la série ne va pas s’arrêter là..
(tu nous remixes "A Passion Play" en suivant, Steven ??)
dommage, il n'y a pas de commentaires sur le processus de remixage comme cela a été le cas sur les autres albums remixés par SW (ELP, King Crimson ...), mais c'est sur que quand Steven Wilson remixe, c'est autre chose que David Guetta....ah ah.

L'objet est très beau, avec la reproduction intégrale du "Newspaper" original qui était contenu dans le LP vinyl d'époque (je n'ai malheureusement plus souvenir où était passé le mien..). Suit aussi un encart couleur papier glacé très fourni avec moult photos et très bien imprimé (encres vernies), c'est à dire que vous de le constellerez pas de traces de doigts en le feuilletant..

(2-Disc set) 2012 40th Anniversary EDITION of epic 1972 concept album on CD + DVD-Audio of remixed versions (including 5.1 surround sound) in hardbound book-pack
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Jethro Tull, je les ai découverts avec "Broadsword and the Beast", dans les années 80, au hasard d'un vinyle qui traînait dans une médiathèque. Autant dire que je n'y connaissais rien. J'en suis d'ailleurs resté là, un long moment, incapable de savoir quel autre album choisir, et par très enclin à potentiellement être déçu . Pas de Web il y a 30 ans !
Bien plus tard, c'est par un autre heureux hasard, une erreur de commande de la part d'un disquaire, que j'ai découvert l'autre aspect musical de JT, à travers le double CD "Living in the Past". Ce fut longtemps, avec BATB, mes 2 seuls disques. Mais l'apparition ces dernier temps d'une partie de leur discographie remasterisée, avec des versions en 5.1 m'a fait franchir un nouveau pas. Je ne suis pas un grand érudit du groupe, donc je ne me risquerai pas dans un long décryptage des compositions de l'album. Mais il se laisse écouter avec plaisir, me fait penser beaucoup à Aqualung. Pour ne rien gâcher, le packaging, en forme de livre, est somptueux. Pour les fans et les autres.
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Par Dr. Rock TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 1 mars 2014
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En remplaçant l’immense Clive Bunker par l’énorme Barriemore Barlow à la batterie - autour de Barre, Evan et du bassiste Jeffrey Hammond (qui avait déjà succédé à Glenn Cornick sur AQUALUNG) - Ian Anderson a reformé son groupe de 1963 (The Blades) ! Additionné de l’académique David Palmer aux arrangements, ceci deviendra LE line-up classique de Jethro Tull. Qui va entrer à pas de géant dans le rock progressif.
Dans un désir justement parodique, Ian Anderson allait créer l’un des chefs-d’œuvre du genre ! Véritable tour de force rythmique et musical, THICK AS A BRICK est constitué d’un seul morceau séparé en deux parties, battant du coup ELP et Yes sur leur propre terrain ! Crédible du début à la fin, sans jamais donner l’impression d’un collage de chansons, l’agencement des différentes parties est digne d’une œuvre classique et contient quelques passages qui comptent parmi les plus beaux du groupe. Volontiers soutenu par un rythme de marche militaire (en plein assaut), réduisant cette fois-ci le pauvre Martin Barre à une portion congrue, Ian Anderson base la majorité du projet sur ses superbes guitares acoustiques et sur l’orgue de John Evan, et pousse son groupe virtuose dans ses derniers retranchements. Un album en forme de prouesse.
Tops : THICK AS A BRICK !
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HASH(0x90419a08) étoiles sur 5 IT'S FIXED!!!!! 8 novembre 2012
Par George Springer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I just received my replacement copy though I have not listened to it yet. If there is anything wrong I will repost. I bought mine through BurningShed.com so I am unaware if Amazon received replacement copies. I would assume contact their customer service to see. I have now changed my rating to five stars but will leave the previous post below for reference. Thank You Steven Wilson, Ian Anderson, EMI and Burning Shed, you are all Top Notch!

*Old Post* There is a production defect with the 5.1 DVD. At times 2:32, 2:48 & 3:03 of "Side 1" there is audio defect that is heard. I confirmed this with my brother, on HIS equipment, with HIS copy. The CD however is good to go! I agree with the previous reviewers that it sounds excellent, not as good as the Aqualung 40th but still sounds excellent. But to pay the money for the 5.1 mix and have this issue, I would wait until it is fixed!
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HASH(0x90419a5c) étoiles sur 5 1-19-13 ~ A sorry to say update for my original title: "Well...the packaging is nice." 6 novembre 2012
Par Ozzy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This was just delivered to my door. Got 2 of them: one's to be a Christmas present. The packaging looks great. The original newspaper is reproduced and there's tons of good new stuff in the "Colour Supplement". Should make for a nice fun gift for the TAAB/Jethro Tull fan. I've only given it a quick listen to parts here and there. So far I've noticed a few differences from the original in the Steven Wilson 2012 re-mix. Whether I end up liking the tampering with my favorite Tull album remains to be seen. (5 Stars just because it's Thick as a Brick!). I'll try to update the review eventually. I didn't notice any strong indications of the nasty loudness war super compression yet.
I did notice that at the very end of the album, the "Yeah" that Ian Anderson quietly says, after the final "to be thick as a brick" is sung, IS MISSING! I mean c'mon. With such a big deal re-mix 40th Anniversary Deluxe Package of this classic, done I would assume, for the rabid fan (who would notice these things), and not the casual listener, you'd think all possible homework would have been done. It makes me wonder what else is missing or drastically changed. Does anyone remember the earliest releases of Aqualung on CD which faded out Wind-up after the hard rocking part, forgetting that the song hadn't quite ended yet. There's almost a half minute left with the song finishing up with a quiet acoustic verse! At least Chrysalis Records did the right thing back then by fixing the error for future discs and replacing existing copies with the new one free of charge.
Ah well. I'll probably enjoy hearing something new in this anyway, but in the end, continue to listen to my old versions.
P.S. I hope no one gives this a lower rating because the DVD is not a video. It's for audio and says so on the package.
--Update 11/24/12: Some good news regarding the audio glitches on the DVD 5.1 mix. I haven't listened to mine yet, but according to other reviewers, there are definitely audible problems there. Well I just noticed (as others already have, in the comments), the official Jethro Tull website [...] acknowledges an error occurred during the final stage of mastering. With apologies from EMI music, Ian Anderson and Steven Wilson, plans are to ship corrected versions to stores and replace defective discs for fans who have already made the purchase. Good for them! Thanks for doing the right thing. Check the Tull site for more information to follow.

-- 1-19-13 -- UPDATE WORTHY OF CAPS AND TOO MANY EXCLAMATION POINTS!!!!!: As I've previously stated, this is my favorite Tull album. Spin me back down the years and the days of my youth, and you'll see I've known this music better than the back of my hand for too long. Other than the not so important to me glitches on the DVD, which I haven't even listened to yet, I've been listening to the cd in the car on the long commutes. I've found a horrible, non-glitch mistake! (Maybe it will be blamed on an innocent glitch!) A mistake which changes the music as I know and love it. And now that I've discovered it, I really don't care if there are any others on the disc. It doesn't matter because I won't be listening to this remix anymore, other than to use it as a tool with which I'll try to discover previously hidden subtleties in the music for curiosities sake. I KNEW there was something wrong with it! Something about the timing. I knew it, I KNEW IT! This is one reason why I don't like change!
OK, listen to the first couple of minutes of Tr. 2 which was originally side two of the vinyl album. Right after the first Barriemore Barlow drum solo break which starts at approximately 1:32, there's that cheerful, little melody (beginning at 1:41), being played on flute and chimes I believe, whilst Barriemore keeps pounding away at the kit. (Cool thing: Listen to the high hat keeping the constant tst-ts, ts-tst, ts-ts, through all the wild drumming abandon.) You'll notice that the short theme is immediately repeated without a break, beginning at approx. 1:48 and continues until the entire band rejoins the music at approx. 1:54. But they rejoin before the repeated theme is finished. The little flute/chime melody and the return of the whole band playing, don't match up.
I believe that my brain was uncomfortable for the first couple of listens, during the ride to work in rush hour, knowing there was something "off" before I did. Then I started hitting the rewind a little bit to check on something that didn't sound right. "Yes, that's not how it goes. Is it?" Was it possible I missed this and had it wrong all these years??!! My suspicions were confirmed after listening to my earlier cd releases at home: THE WHOLE SECTION WAS WRONG!! On the originals, the little flute melody begins at approx. 1:41, continues to approx. 1:48, pauses, then picks up again at approx. 1:52 with ONLY the first five notes! They don't repeat the whole thing! This allows a split second or so for the drum solo break to just wrap things up on its own, before the band comes back in, leaving the whole piece sounding perfectly timed and placed... Like it's supposed to be... Oy!
Is anybody with me on this? I feel I'm rambling and maybe not making myself clear. Or maybe no one cares. "Is it warmer in the summer than it is in the country?...Or who cares?" : Curly Howard. Or as Ed Norton might say: "Am I coming through out there in television land?"
Well, I would normally be fuming mad, but I'm comforted in knowing that I already have numerous copies of Thick as a Brick in multiple formats, in its previous original state, just the way I like it. Steve Wilson does not have my permission to touch them.
...Alright, I am fuming! Just a little. For the sake of future listeners......and me. I HATE IT!
I regret I must drop the star rating down from 5 to at least 3. I hope Amazon restricts the rating to just this version.
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HASH(0x90419d38) étoiles sur 5 I hear the glitches on the DVD as well 10 novembre 2012
Par Drebbus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I agree with George Springer- there are audio glitches at times 2:32, 2:48 & 3:03 of "Side 1" on the 5.1 DVD. EMI needs to acknowledge these and fix them. Otherwise, great product.
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HASH(0x900a527c) étoiles sur 5 Defective DVD 28 novembre 2012
Par Thomas Hooper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I agree with many of the other reviews here, The sound is very good in some areas and excellent packaging but that is it. There are audio glitches at times 2:32, 2:48 & 3:03 of "Side 1" Also Ians voice starts in front then it starts moving to the rear or just floating in mid-air. High end to me is a little harsh and lacking in bass. There are audio dropouts too. Burning Shed knows of this problem and they are replacing the defective disc with the new one free of charge when the replacement disc is available. I think Amazon should do the same when the replacement is available. It's a shame to get a defective disc, this was one of my favorite albums.

Update from Burning Shed: *Copies in stock now contain the corrected version of the DVD.
(The original batch had faulty discs. We have sent replacements to anyone who ordered a copy with a faulty disc)

I hope Amazon is going to do the same now that new discs are available.
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HASH(0x90419b1c) étoiles sur 5 The Surround Experience 14 novembre 2012
Par Terry Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I just finished listening to the 5.1 version of "Thick as a Brick." I was stunned by how amazing it sounded. It was like hearing the album for the first time. (I should point out that this is the first album I've heard that was engineered with 5.1 sound.) Producer Steven Wilson from Porcupine Tree is a wizard. I'm a big PT fan but I wondered how he would treat this 40 year old classic. It's apparent early on that he respects and understands the music. Ian's flute washes over his vocals. Martin Barre's double lead lines are fully separated and fully engaging. The keyboards are apparent individually and also as a framework surrounding the piece; almost an aural figure-ground relationship. I've listened to TAAB hundreds of times and I heard instrumentation today that I had never noticed. One thing SW does that I liked was to meld Side One and Side Two into a seamless work. I wondered why they didn't do that when it first came out on CD. Other Tull fans may disagree but I prefer the new version.

I didn't notice any production noodling, like making a guitar line dance around all the speakers. I remember listening to "Frankenstein" on a quadraphonic system back in the day. I thought it was pretty cool at the time but it was just some studio trickery that didn't really add much to the song. The production on TAAB is immersive, not gimmicky.

I could go on with the superlatives but this was simply a transformative experience. If you liked "Thick as a Brick" before, the 5.1 version will blow you away.
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