Discussion in 'Graveyard' started by Riff Raff, Mar 25, 2019.
Frands you may well get a cd copy via Amazon.
When it comes to the Who I like all there recorded material especially all there early singles like My Generation, Can't Explain, Substitute, Happy Jack & I Can See For Miles and several others and the albums from Tommy in 1969 onwards through the 1970s and also some of Pete's solo material from the 1970s & 1980s are pretty good as well. Like most Who fan's the Who's Next album is my favourite album and I also like the Quadrophenia album as well although I wouldn't class myself as a die-hard Who fan but I always enjoy listening to them whenever I play there cds.
Thanks for information, Ox!. I must say that I like most of the music by The Who! I saw the movie Tommy in a theater in Copenhagen and in stereo sound when it came out, and it was just overwhelming, I remember. The album Who's Next is also one of my absolute favorites and Quadrophenia as well. Another one of my absolute favorite albums is the livealbum The Who: Live at Leeds!-it was one of the most popular british rock albums here at the time when it was new. One of my favorite songs from Tommy is Listening To You / See Me, Feel Me.
Rebel Yell - Billy Idol
The finale to Tommy is one of the most defining moments in rock music. It is one of the most uplifting musical experiences that I have ever heard in rock music!.
s/t - The B-52's
A4U/B3U, Sound Clinic/Jonz x 2, UK press.
s/t - Ten Years After
1C, Bell Sound x 2.
Who's Next - The Who
W2X/W2, "Sample Copy" stickered.
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