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The Who - Rock Is Dead ... Long Live Rock! Album

The Who - Rock Is Dead ... Long Live Rock! Album

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Interprète: The Who
Titre: Rock Is Dead ... Long Live Rock!
Pays: Europe
Publié sur: 2016
Style: Classic Rock
Category: Rock
Classement: 4.2
Catalogue #: EAT 121/22/23
Label: Eat A Peach!

Tracklist

1 K.B. Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 21st, 1972
2My Generation
3Won't Get Fooled Again
4My Wife
5Naked Eye
6Behind Blue Eyes
7See Me Feel Me
8Relay
9Pinball Wizard
10Bargain
11 K.B. Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 25th, 1972
12I Can't Explain
13Sparks
14Long Live Rock
15Summertime Blues
16Baba O' Riley
17However Much I Booze
18Magic Bus
19Can't Explain


Notes

Two complete shows, excellent audience recordings.


Entreprises

  • Recorded At – KB Hallen


Album

Rock Is Dead-Long Live Rock was the title of an unreleased 1972 autobiographical album by the British rock band The Who. In the liner notes for the Who's 1974 rarities collection Odds & Sods, guitarist and lead songwriter Pete Townshend said, I had an idea once for a new album about the history of The Who called Rock Is Dead-Long Live Rock. That idea later blossomed into Quadrophenia. The sessions for the album spanned from 19 May to 6 June at Olympic Studios in London. Rock Is Dead-Long Live Rock. In the liner notes for the Who's. Текст песни: Down at the Astoria the scene was changing Bingo and rock were pushing out X-rating We were the first band to vomit in the bar And find the distance to the stage too Long Live Rock. This song was recorded in early summer of 1972 and first appeared on Odds And Sods in 1974. The band originally planned on releasing the song as a single in 1972, but Pete Townshend wanted to use it for an album about The Whos history, titled Rock Is Dead Long Live Rock. In the end he wrote Quadrophenia instead. This song was finally released as a single on April 1, 1979 with My Wife and Im The Face on some versions too on the flip side. Long Live Rock Track Info. Written By Pete Townshend. Release Date October 4, 1974. Odds & Sods The Who. Ultimately this union between funk and rock never jelled. I wanted to make a band that understood the Motown feel, then give it more oomph. But at Motown, we got further and further away from the rock part, because they didn't understand that. Costs began to mount, and eventually the Brits headed home in defeat. For his next concept, Townshend chose a topic closer to home. Rock Is Dead Long Live Rock was to be an autobiographical album of the band's history. At a time when glam rock was taking off in the U. the Who were right on schedule to switch off their synthesizers and pound out some old-fashioned four-on-the-floor. Long Live Rock is a single by The Who, written by Pete Townshend during the Lifehouse period. It was not included in the Who's Next album, as it wasn't recorded until 1972. It was later performed by Billy Fury's character in the film That'll Be the Day featuring Keith Moon. The original Who recording of the song was later released on the rarities album Odds & Sods, as well as being released as a single at that time. A live version recorded by The Who at the BBC wa read more. Long Live Rock. Società, ecc. Recorded At KB Hallen. a bit of a working stage song here as well, long live rock was officially recorded about this time in 1972 BUT not released until october 1974 on the odds and sods compilation. you also get the classic naked eye here as well wich was common in who sets from 1969 and pretty much through out the rest of the whos touring days. up until well into this century i must also add the packaging is beautiful and the sleeve glossy and a little booklet comes with this, im not sure how many of these where printed but this came out this year in 2016. Yes they are silver factory pressed discs. Rispondi A. Track listing 01 Long Live Rock 02 Put the Money Down 03 Relay 04 Is It In My Head 05 Join Together 06 When I Was a Boy 07 Can't You See I'm Easy 08 Wasp Man 09 Giving It All Away 10 Love Reign O'er Me 11 Long Live Rock Reprise Enjoy. Elton John - The 1968 Debut Album. The Who - The Who Sell Out Some More 1968. Buffalo Springfield - Stampede 1967. Derek And The Dominos - Devil Road 1971. The band originally planned on releasing the song as a single in 1972, but Pete Townshend wanted to use it for an album about The Who's history, titled Rock Is Dead - Long Live Rock. This song was finally released as a single on April 1, 1979 with My Wife and I'm The Face on some versions too on the flip side. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Stoner Rock Blues Rock. Hot Running Blood. Songs in album Hot Running Blood - Rock'n'roll Is Dead, Long Live Rock'n'roll 2019. Hot Running Blood - No Pardon