Jethro Tull: Thick As A Brick
Dave Marsh, Creem, August 1972
JETHRO TULL's admirers are wont to believe that the lads are an inventive, entertaining, eminently witty, oft profound rock group, with a propensity for satire matched only – if at all – by the Mothers of Invention.
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