Who's Next [Bonus Tracks] [Remaster]

Performers The Who

MCA Records | November 8, 1995 | Compact Disc

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The Who: Roger Daltrey (vocals); Pete Townshend (guitar, piano, organ, ARP synthesizer, vocals); John Entwistle (bass, French horn, vocals, piano); Keith Moon (drums, percussion). Additional personnel: Leslie West (guitar); Dave Arbus (violin); Nicky Hopkins (piano); Al Kooper (organ). Producers: The Who, Kit Lambert. Reissue producer: Jon Astley. Principally recorded at Olympic Studios, England in 1971. Originally released on Decca (79182). Includes liner notes by Pete Townshend and John Atkins. The follow-up to Tommy would always provide Pete Townshend with an artistic dilemma, and two years passed before the Who unleashed their next studio album. The wait proved worthwhile and taking the best from the aborted Lifehouse project, Townshend added a handful of urgent new songs to create one of his group's finest releases. Synthesizer obbligatos and acoustic guitars provide occasional counterpoints to the quartet's accustomed power, a contrast emphasizing their sense of dynamics. "Won't Get Fooled Again," "Behind Blue Eyes" and "Baba O'Riley" were each destined to become integral parts of the Who's 70s lexicon, as vital as "My Generation" had proved from the previous decade. WHO'S NEXT set a hard rock standard that even its creators struggled to emulate.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: November 8, 1995

Genre: Hard Rock

Style: Rock & Pop

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Mixed

Originally Released: 1971

Label Name: MCA Records

UPC: 008811126926

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Who's Next [Bonus Tracks] [Remaster]

Performers The Who
Guest Artist(s) Al Kooper, Leslie West, Nicky Hopkins
Engineer Glyn Johns

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: November 8, 1995

Genre: Hard Rock

Style: Rock & Pop

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Mixed

Originally Released: 1971

Label Name: MCA Records

UPC: 008811126926


Title Track Time
1.Baba O'Riley --
2.Bargain --
3.Love Ain't For Keepin' --
4.My Wife --
5.Song Is Over, The --
6.Getting In Tune --
7.Going Mobile --
8.Behind Blue Eyes --
9.Won't Get Fooled Again --
10.Pure And Easy - (original version, previously unreleased) --
11.Baby Don't You Do It - (previously unreleased) --
12.Naked Eye - (live) --
13.Water - (live, previously unreleased) --
14.Too Much Of Anything --
15.I Don't Even Know Myself --
16.Behind Blue Eyes - (original version, previously unreleased) --

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The Who: Roger Daltrey (vocals); Pete Townshend (guitar, piano, organ, ARP synthesizer, vocals); John Entwistle (bass, French horn, vocals, piano); Keith Moon (drums, percussion). Additional personnel: Leslie West (guitar); Dave Arbus (violin); Nicky Hopkins (piano); Al Kooper (organ). Producers: The Who, Kit Lambert. Reissue producer: Jon Astley. Principally recorded at Olympic Studios, England in 1971. Originally released on Decca (79182). Includes liner notes by Pete Townshend and John Atkins. The follow-up to Tommy would always provide Pete Townshend with an artistic dilemma, and two years passed before the Who unleashed their next studio album. The wait proved worthwhile and taking the best from the aborted Lifehouse project, Townshend added a handful of urgent new songs to create one of his group's finest releases. Synthesizer obbligatos and acoustic guitars provide occasional counterpoints to the quartet's accustomed power, a contrast emphasizing their sense of dynamics. "Won't Get Fooled Again," "Behind Blue Eyes" and "Baba O'Riley" were each destined to become integral parts of the Who's 70s lexicon, as vital as "My Generation" had proved from the previous decade. WHO'S NEXT set a hard rock standard that even its creators struggled to emulate.
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