The Who - Long Live Rock mp3 album
Long Live Rock" is a single by The Who, written by Pete Townshend during 1971. It was not included on 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 (1974), as well as being released as a single in 1979.
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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 Who's 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 "I'm The Face" on some versions too) on the flip side.
Long Live Rock' and 'My Wife' - From the forthcoming soundtrack album of The Kids Are Alright movie. I'm The Face - Recorded at Fontana Studios in 1964. My Wife - Recorded live at Shepperton Studios in May 1978. Rights Society: SGAE.
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31. Who Are You (‘Who Are You’, 1978). One of the last great lionhearted Who anthems, "Who Are You" summed up Townshend's disillusion with where rock had gone during the late Seventies, and his desire to find authenticity amid the malaise
Long Live Rock Chords by The Who with guitar chords and tabs. Here are the chords to the Who's "Long Live Rock", off of the album Odds and Sods. While you could technically play the A, D, and E as A5 A6, D5 D6, etc, I put the basic open chords up because it's the easiest way to learn the song. It's a very fun song to just pick up and play.