The Who - Bristol, U.K. - 28.06.06 mp3 album
is the debut album by the progressive rock supergroup . released in May 1978 through . Records and Polydor Records. It features John Wetton, Eddie Jobson, Bill Bruford, and Allan Holdsworth. The album was well received by FM album rock radio and by the public during the summer of 1978. The LP sold just over 250,000 copies by 1 September 1978, with further sales thru the balance of the year
The album spawned a minor hit single, "Nothing to Lose", which reached number 67 on the UK charts. A live album, Night After Night, was recorded in Japan that spring and released in September 1979. Following a final European tour in December 1979, and in spite of plans to record a new studio album in America in March 1980, . disbanded as Jobson and Wetton had different ideas on how the band should develop. Jobson wanted UK to go on with more long instrumental pieces, while Wetton thought that performing shorter songs was a better idea.
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Direct Hits is the first UK compilation album released by The Who. It collects singles, B-sides, and album tracks originally recorded for Reaction Records and Track Records between 1966 and 1968. Original UK issues of this album were released in both stereo and mono versions. The album was not a strong seller and was deleted in the early 1970s. This was the fourth UK LP released by The Who.
The experience may have been a spur for ‘wicked Uncle Ernie’, the disturbing paedophile character in the 1969 Who album and later cult film, Tommy. Who I Am by Pete Townshend is published by HarperCollins on Oct 11 at £20. Advertisement.
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The third album by Jack and Meg White was the right dynamite for a mainstream breakthrough. Jack’s Delta-roadhouse fantasies, Detroit-garage-rock razzle and busted-love lyricism, as well as Meg’s toy-thunder drumming all peaked at once. 496. Boz Scaggs, ‘Boz Scaggs’.
thrashers ACID REIGN will release their first full-length album in 29 years, "The Age Of Entitlement", on September 27 via Dissonance Productions. The cover artwork for the disc was created by renowned artist Mark Wilkinson, who has previously worked with IRON MAIDEN, JUDAS PRIEST and MARILLION
|1||I Can't Explain|
|3||Anyway Anyhow Anywhere|
|4||Who Are You|
|6||Behind Blue Eyes|
|7||Real Good Looking Boy|
|8||Let's See Action|
|9||Mike Post Theme|
|11||Love Reign O'er Me|
|12||The Kids Are Alright|
|14||Won't Get Fooled Again|
|18||See Me, Feel Me/Listening To You|
NotesPart of The Who 2006 Encore live series from Eel Pie & www.themusic.com.
Includes a 12" x 16" poster