Sunday Morning Video: Thick As A Brick

Music geeks like me have been known to obsess out in listening to our favorite artists. Rodney Crowell provided the soundtrack for my Katrina exile and this time it was Jethro Tull. I was already in the midst of that obsession so why the hell not?

Longtime reader and commenter Joejoejoe recently said that he thought that a Tull 8-track provides the soundtrack for the Crack Van. Since I missed the van and its tacky shag rug, here’s a bit of live Brickfeaturing a classic intro by Ian Anderson. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll rock:

4 thoughts on “Sunday Morning Video: Thick As A Brick

  1. MichaelF says:

    Ah, if only 8 tracks were generators…
    Following up on my message, hell, I was even going to invite y’all up to BR if electricity was still down…and this with the full knowledge that, as I once said, New Orleans has Metairie and Kenner, Baton Rouge IS Metairie and Kenner.
    But Metairie and Kenner, with lights and a/c, becomes a far less depressing concept…
    Anyway, good you’re back on the grid as it were. Up here, I think I’m addicted to electricity (electro-holic?). Was telling some friends sometimes I even need the stuff just to sleep properly.

  2. Tommy T says:

    I miss Dave Pegg.

  3. adrastos says:

    I have met, Peggy. A wonderful bloke.

  4. BlackSheep0ne says:

    Adrastos, is this the Rodney Crowell who helped pen Ffaster and Llouder?

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