The Who - The Best Of The Who Live In Concert mp3 album
My Generation: The Very Best of The Who is one of The Who's many greatest hits collections, released by Polydor Records internationally and MCA Records in the United States in 1996. Its release coincided with the release of the remastered original albums (omitting My Generation for contractual reasons) and thus contained the newly remastered versions of the songs, and some also remixed. All songs written by Pete Townshend except where noted. I Can't Explain" – 2:04.
Live at the Isle of Wight Festival is a double live album by The Who, recorded at the Isle of Wight Festival on 29 August 1970, and released in 1996. A DVD of the concert was also released for the first time in 1996. The Who were one year and three months into their Tommy tour when they played their second engagement at the Isle of Wight Festival. As in 1969, they played most of their famous rock opera, which by this time was quite familiar to the festival crowd
The Who played for three hours, but the concert footage captures less than an hour and a half of the performance. Needless to say, plenty of film was relegated to the cutting room floor, and this fact becomes most apparent in the long medley from Tommy, which features only half the songs actually played. 10. Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii Band: Pink Floyd Year: 1972 Director: Adrian Maben Live at Pompeii hosts some of the best performances from studio-rock pioneers Pink Floyd. But songs like A Saucerful of Secrets, Echoes, Part 1 and Careful with That Axe, Eugene are all played with no audience aside from the film crew (and a few kids who managed to sneak in and watch from a distance). The fact that the band just so happens to be playing at the site of Roman town-city that was completely buried/destroyed after a volcanic eruption only adds to the epic-ness.
It has been 40 years since The Who played their concert at the Refectory of the University of Leeds on Saint Valentine's Day 1970, but this album is better than ever. This album is loaded with energy; if the band members' soaring harmonies are not always absolutely perfect, well, it's a live album, and it shouldn't be perfect. The highlights of this album are many.
The Who Greatest Hits The Who Best Songs. The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again. The music of The Who is filled with the vibrance of youth, the energy of youth and their lyrics speak to the listener from a youthful perspective (though at times also an "old soul" view of the world). Today's "young people music" will seem "old" to younger people 20, 30, 40, 50 years from now. But a young person with perspective will understand that this music comes from the mind and body of young people and that certain truths of the life experiences of young people will resonate in that music forever.
It contains a remastered version of the album along with Pete Townshend's original demos and live versions of the songs from 1969. Tommy is arguably their most famous album, but every single record by the original lineup of the Who is cherished by fans.
Live At Leeds-NM- vinyl and jacket. Face Dances-VG++ vinyl, NM- jacket. The Who "Live At Leeds" Classic Live Vinyl LP DL79175 Gatefold No Inserts. Купить сейчас The Who vinyl Lot 3 Used: face dances, live at leeds, meaty beaty big and bouncy.
The Who Concert Guide tells the story of The Who live on stage. This gigographie will focus on The Who's, Roger Daltrey's, John Entwistle's and Pete Townshend's live performance from past to present. The project started in April 1996. Today we have infos about more than 2150 shows read o. .Lyrics, recordings, live shows - infos about the songs of The Who. More.
|A2||Young Man Blues|
|B2||Shaking All Over|
|B4||We're Not Gonna Take It|
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 3-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 3-B
|CBMR-3||The Who||The Best Of The Who Live In Concert (LP, Unofficial, Gre)||Immaculate Conception Records||CBMR-3||US||Unknown|