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John Glascock
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Musician
    (May 2, 1951-November 17, 1979)
    Jethro Tull bassist (1975-1979)
    Played on ‘Too Old to Rock and Roll: Too Young to Die,' ‘Songs from the Wood,' ‘Heavy Horses,' ‘Bursting Out' and ‘Stormwatch'
    Died from complications from a heart defect
    His last name is 'Glascock.'
    He made a lot of his own outfits.
    He did farm chores for several months in exchange for recording studio time at Long View Farm.
    He was in a lot of lesser-known bands (The Juniors, The Gods, Head Machine, Toe Fat, Chicken Shack and Carmen).
    He changed his guitar strings on a daily basis.
    He was left handed but played bass right handed.
    He was the first member of Jethro Tull to do backup vocals.
    His recording career did not begin with Jethro Tull.
    He inherited a congenital heart defect (a weak valve) from his father.
    He had an infected tooth that severely damaged an already weak heart valve.
    He was only 28 when he died.
    Unlike other young musicians, he did not die from a drug-related death.

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