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One of the most famous bootlegs in recorded history, Tales from the Who came from the King Biscuit Flower Hour broadcast of a Long Beach concert taped following the release of Quadrophenia. The Who, as usual, rely on taped backup for all keyboards and any other instruments except guitar, bass, and drums. Roger Daltrey is in great voice as the band revisits "Can't Explain," "Summertime Blues," "Won't Get Fooled Again," "Pinball Wizard," "See Me, Feel Me," and "My Generation.
The Who Amazing Journey: The Story Of The Who by The Who. Live At Hull 1970 by The Who. The Kids Are Alright by The Who. Tommy (Original Soundtrack Recording) by The Who. Who’s Next by The Who. A Quick One by The Who. Quadrophenia (Music From The Soundtrack Of The Who Film) by The Who. View all albums . Tales From The Who. By: The Who (1974, Rock). 1. Can’t Explain More albums from The Who: Magic Bus, The Who Sings My Generation by The Who. The Who Amazing Journey: The Story Of The Who by The Who.
The Who have been with several labels over the years. In the United Kingdom and elsewhere outside North America, they were signed originally to Brunswick Records. In 1966, they moved to Polydor Records and took the rights to their Brunswick recordings with them. They created and moved to Track Records the following year with distribution by Polydor. They left Track in 1974 and returned to Polydor directly, remaining with the label ever since.
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Who’s Next became the only Who album to make in the UK charts. It peaked at in the US, but songs from the album are continually played on American classic rock radio stations to this day. All songs by Pete Townshend unless otherwise noted. There are now two upgraded CD versions of the album. The first followed the format of including several bonus tracks on a single disc. The second disc features.
Tales from Topographic Oceans is the brainchild of Yes vocalist Jon Anderson, who came up with the concept – based on Paramahansa Yogananda’s book Autobiography of a Yogi – while having a conversation with King Crimson percussionist Jamie Muir at drummer Bill Bruford’s wedding.
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The Who broke many rules on 'Who's Next,' and it's lasting appeal over four decades says a lot about the times in which it was created. The song has taken on a life of it's own over the years and no Who show would be complete without it. 2. 'The Real Me'. From: 'Quadrophenia' (1973). The supercharged opener to the Who's classic 1973 album 'Quadrophenia,' 'The Real Me' is full of anger, venom, digust, despair and desire
I Can't Explain
I Am The Sea
The Real Sea
Sea And Sand
Won't Get Fooled Again
See Me, Feel Feel Me
The Spectrum, Philadelphia
Tracks 1-11: Live Capitol Centre, Largo, MD December 1973
Tracks 12-13: Live from The Spectrum, Philadelphia, December 4, 1973
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Tales From The Who (CD, Unofficial)
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Performer:The Who Genre: Rock Title: Tales From The Who Country: US Released: 1989 Style: Hard Rock, Classic Rock MP3 version ZIP size: 1513 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1809 mb Rating: 4.9 Votes: 373 Other Formats: AIFF MP1 VOX RA TTA MP4 MIDI