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The Who - A Big One-The Concert Files Part One 1968-2000 flac album

The Who - A Big One-The Concert Files Part One 1968-2000 flac album

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Performer: The Who
Title: A Big One-The Concert Files Part One 1968-2000
Released: 2016
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.7 ✦
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A Quick One is the second studio album by the English rock band the Who, released on 9 December 1966.

An oft-bootlegged concert from the Who is getting its first official release

The Who are an English rock band who were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990. My Generation (1965). The Who Sell Out (1967). The Who by Numbers (1975). Blues to the Bush (2000). Live at the Royal Albert Hall (2002). Encore Series 2002 (2002). Magic Bus: The Who on Tour (1968). In the UK, the album was released as ‘Direct Hits’. Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy (1970). Odds & Sods (1974). The Story of the Who (1976).

A Quick One, the Who's second album, is built around the rather flawed premise that all four members of the band should contribute to the songwriting process. John Entwistle rose to the challenge with "Whiskey Man" and "Boris the Spider. The latter became his signature song; he wore a spider necklace for decades. Keith Moon wrote the madcap instrumental "Cobwebs and Strangers," featuring all four members of the band on different wind instruments

Before this album, The Movielife stylistically fit the pop-punk moniker easily. For this release, they added a tinge of hardcore to create a one of the angrier sounding records of this era. Choice Track: "Face or Kneecaps" is a Real Boy (2004). No band had lyrics catchier, more instantly memorable, or more anthemic than Say Anything did on this album. 32. Head Automatica – Decadence (2004). Obviously, Paramore is one of the few bands on this list still going very strong (if not stronger) today. Choice Track: "Misery Business". Enjoy joy this pop-punk playlist while the cold hands of nostalgia choke you unmercifully.

So looking back over the first 10 years of the 2000s feels like looking back over our own history. There hasn’t been a new album Paste has covered that wasn’t eligible for our Best of the Decade consideration. We had dozens of critics vote for the best new albums, movies, TV shows games and books, and then we argued some more until we’d focused our spotlight onto the very best pop culture created during the aughts-whether it was wildly popular or is still waiting to be discovered by the masses. 45. Radiohead: In Rainbows (2007) In one of modern music’s more lamentable historical twists, In Rainbows ’ legacy will likely be its ground-breaking online marketing strategy and not its glorious music.

The album, which was recorded in Budapest and Bethel in upstate New York, the scene of the first Woodstock festival 50 years ago, was produced by Roger and Keith Levenson and features the core band of Simon Townshend – Vocals, Guitar, Frank Simes – Guitar, Scott Devours – Drums, Jon Button – Bass, and Loren Gold – keyboards, all of whom have played with The Who live.

Tracklist

Live at Fillmore East, April 6, 1968
1-1 Summertime Blues
1-2 Fortune Teller
1-3 Tattoo
1-4 Little Billy
1-5 I Can't Explain
1-6 Happy Jack
1-7 Relax
1-8 A Quick One While He's Away
1-9 My Way
1-10 Shakin' All Over
1-11 Boris The Spider
1-12 My Generation
Live At Rolling Stones Rock'n Roll Circus, December 11-12, 1968
1-13 A Quick One Whie He's Away (alternate version)
1-14 Pete Townshend Can Explain
The Best Of The 1969 Soundboard Tapes (Various Locations)
Live In Washington, DC, November 2, 1969
2-1 Heaven And Hell
2-2 I Can't Explain
Live In Ottawa, October 15, 1969
2-3 Fortune Teller
2-4 Tattoo
2-5 Young Man Blues
Live In Amsterdam, September 29, 1969
2-6 Substitute
2-7 Happy Jack
2-8 I'm A Boy
Live In Long Island (Stonybrook), NY, October 18, 1969
2-9 Overture
2-10 It's A Boy
2-11 1921
2-12 Amazing Journey
2-13 Sparks
Live At Fillmore East, New York City, October 22, 1969
2-14 Eyesight To The Blind
2-15 Christmas
Live In Ottawa, October 15, 1969
2-16 I'm Free
2-17 Tommy's Holiday Camp
2-18 We're Not Gonna Take It
Live In Washington, DC, November 2, 1969
2-19 Summertime Blues
2-20 Shakin' All Over
2-21 My Generation
Live At Leeds (Complete & Un-Edited Original Source) February 14, 1970
3-1 Heaven And Hell
3-2 I Can't Explain
3-3 Fortune Teller
3-4 Tattoo
3-5 Young Man Blues
3-6 Substitute
3-7 Happy Jack
3-8 I'm A Boy
3-9 Introduction
3-10 A Quick One, While He's Away
3-11 Overture
3-12 It's A Boy
3-13 1921
3-14 Amazong Journey
3-15 Sparks
3-16 Eyesight To The Blind (The Hawker)
3-17 Christmas
3-18 The Acid Queen
3-19 Pinball Wizard
4-1 Do You Think It's Alright?
4-2 Fiddle About
4-3 Tommy Can You Hear Me?
4-4 There's A Doctor
4-5 Go To The Mirror!
4-6 Smash The Mirror
4-7 Miracle Cure
4-8 Sally Simpson
4-9 I'm Free
4-10 Tommy's Holiday Camp
4-11 We're Not Gonna Take It
4-12 See Me, Feel Me
4-13 Summertime Blues
4-14 Shakin' All Over (w / Spoonful)
4-15 My Generation
4-16 Magic Blues
Tommy Stage Show 1972: Live At The Rainbow Theatre, London, December 9, 1972
5-1 Overture
5-2 It's A Boy
5-3 1921
5-4 Amazing Journey
5-5 Sparks
5-6 Eyesight To The Blind
5-7 Christmas
5-8 Cousin Kevin
5-9 The Acid Queen
5-10 Underture
5-11 Do You Think It's Alright
5-12 Fiddle About
5-13 Pinball Wizard
5-14 There's A Doctor
5-15 Go To The Mirror
5-16 Tommy Can You Hear Me
5-17 Smash The Mirror
5-18 I'm Free
5-19 Miracle Cure
5-20 Sensation
5-21 Sally Simpson
5-22 Welcome
5-23 Tommy's Holiday Camp
Live At The Capitol Centre, Largo, December 6, 1973
6-1 I Can't Explain
6-2 Summertine Blues
6-3 My Wife
6-4 My Generation
6-5 The Real Me
6-6 The Punk And The Godfather
6-7 I'm One
6-8 5:15
6-9 Sea And Sand
7-1 Drowned
7-2 Bell Boy
7-3 Doctor Jimmy
7-4 Love, Reign O'er Me
7-5 Won't Get Fooled Again
7-6 Pinball Wizard
7-7 See Me, Feel Me
Live At the Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, December 11, 1975
8-1 I Can't Explain
8-2 Substitute
8-3 My Wife
8-4 Baba O'Riley
8-5 Squeeze Box
8-6 Behind Blue Eyes
8-7 Dreaming From The Waist
8-8 Boris The Spider
8-9 Magic Bus
9-1 Amazing Journey
9-2 Sparks
9-3 The Acid Queen
9-4 Fiddle About
9-5 Pinball Wizard
9-6 I'm Free
9-7 Tommy's Holiday Camp
9-8 We're Not Gonna Take It
9-9 See Me, Feel Me
9-10 Summertime Blues
9-11 My Generation Medley / Join Together / Spoonful / Roadrunner / My Generation Blues
9-12 Won't Get Fooled Again
Live At The Gund Arena, Cleveland, September 30, 2000
10-1 I Can't Explain
10-2 Substitute
10-3 Anyway Anyhow Anywhere
10-4 Relay
10-5 My Wife
10-6 Baba O'Riley
10-7 Bargain
10-8 Getting In Tune
10-9 Sheraton Gibson
10-10 Behind Blue Eyes
10-11 Pinball Wizard
10-12 The Real Me
11-1 You Better You Bet
11-2 Who Are You
11-3 5:15
11-4 Won't Get Fooled Again
11-5 The Kids Are Alright
11-6 Let's See Action
11-7 My Generation
DVD: Live In San Diego, CA, October 27, 1982 (Pro-Shot)
12-1 Intro
12-2 Substitute
12-3 I Can't Explain
12-4 Dangerous
12-5 Sister Disco
12-6 The Quiet One
12-7 It's Hard
12-8 Eminence Front
12-9 Behind Blue Eyes
12-10 Baba O'Riley
12-11 Tattoo
12-12 Drowned
12-13 Cry If You Want
12-14 Who Are You?
12-15 Pinball Wizard
12-16 See Me Feel me
12-17 5.15
12-18 Love Reign O'er Me
12-19 Long Live Rock
12-20 Won't Get Fooled Again
12-21 Summertime Blues
12-22 Twist And Shout

Notes

Limited Edition of 350 numbered copies
incl. a 20 page booklet