Glenn Cornick passes away

2014-08-30 by Matthijs van der Lee | 13 Comments
Glenn Cornick, founding member and bass player for Jethro Tull during the group's early years, passed away on August 29th due to heart failure. Cornick contributed to Tull's first three albums, This Was, Stand Up and Benefit. He was 67 years old.

Band leader Ian Anderson released the following statement on the band's website:

"It is with great sadness that we learned today of the passing of Glenn Cornick, bass player with Jethro Tull from the band’s inception 1968 until 1970. Of course, he had also played with the John Evan Band for the year during 1967 and so his contribution to the geographical transition from Blackpool to London and into the professional music scene was considerable.

Glenn was a man of great bonhomie and ready to befriend anyone – especially fellow musicians. Always cheerful, he brought to the early stage performances of Tull a lively bravado both as a personality and a musician.

His background in the beat groups of the North of England and his broad knowledge of music were always helpful in establishing the arrangements of the early Tull.

During the many years since then, Glenn continued to play in various bands and was a frequent guest at Tull fan conventions where he would join in with gusto to rekindle the musical moments of the early repertoire.

We will miss him hugely and our condolences go to his wife Brigitte and children.

Glenn Cornick: musician. April 23rd 1947 – August 29th 2014".


http://jethrotull.com/glenn-cornick-290814/

Tagged: Jethro Tull

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Frippertronics
August 30th 2014
8434 Comments


Not much of a JT fan, but what a fucking bummer. Guy was stuck in hospice for a while, RIP hard.

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BMDrummer
August 30th 2014
13682 Comments


damn RIP

Nagrarok
August 30th 2014
8524 Comments


I was playing the early Tull stuff for the first time in a long while when I came across this; a rather strange coincidence. There's some good stuff on those first three albums. RIP.

manosg
Contributing Reviewer
August 30th 2014
9447 Comments


RIP

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henryChinaski
August 30th 2014
3396 Comments


RIP Glenn

17WordHaiku
August 30th 2014
242 Comments


RIP

BigPleb
August 30th 2014
45230 Comments


Horrible news, RIP.

emester
August 30th 2014
7439 Comments


RIP

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ExplosiveOranges
Contributing Reviewer
August 30th 2014
4402 Comments


RIP

SharkTooth
August 30th 2014
13293 Comments


RIP

LepreCon
August 30th 2014
5049 Comments


Bad buzz, RIP

Totengott
August 30th 2014
3547 Comments


RIP, this is horrible news.

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MrSirLordGentleman
August 31st 2014
8941 Comments


RIP

Where's Jamie?



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