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8 thoughts on “ Gettin In Tune - The Who - Whos Next (CD, Album)

  1. Jul 11,  · Who’s Next (Deluxe Edition) is British rock band The Who’s fifth studio album, originally released in The record hit number 1 on the UK Top 40 Albums and peaked at number 4 on the US Billboard chart in The record produced hit songs “Won’t Get Fooled Again”, “Behind Blue Eyes” and “Baby O’Riley”.
  2. The album appeared at No. 15 on Pitchfork Media's top albums of the s. The album is also included in the book Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. In , the album was chosen by Time magazine as one of the " best albums of all time." In it was also inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame for "historical, artistic and.
  3. Who - Who's Next Album Lyrics; 1. Baba O'Riley Lyrics: 2. Bargain Lyrics: 3. Behind Blue Eyes Lyrics: 4. Gettin' In Tune Lyrics: 5. Goin' Mobile Lyrics: 6. Love Ain't For Keeping Lyrics: 7. My Wife Lyrics: 8. The Song Is Over Lyrics: 9. Won't Get Fooled Again Lyrics.
  4. Who's Next is without a doubt, The Who's greatest album and one of the greatest classic rock albums of all time. The thing I love so, so much about The Who is that every member is a master of their Moon's amazingly bad-ass, extremely fast-paced drumming never gets old. If you have any doubt in your mind that Keith Moon isn't one of the greatest classic rock drummers then listen to.
  5. The Who is a band I've mentioned before and have even looked at lead singer Roger Daltrey's output, book and album.I own a number of Who albums – not all, unfortunately; I was born too late and getting the older albums is difficult – but, by far, my favourite is Who's Next. The album was borne of an aborted attempt by Pete Townshend to write another rock opera to outdo Tommy.
  6. Mar 25,  · This album is probably the most popular and important record of the Who's career. The album was recorded at a time when the music recording industry was going through some of the most significant changes in history and this record was an example of what it was like for all bands to set the new standards for using the studio to create new music in a totally new way/5(K).
  7. Who's Next, regardless of what you may have been led to believe to the contrary, is neither the soundtrack to the realization of Pete Townshend's apparently-aborted Hollywood dream, the g.
  8. Editors’ Notes The Who’s fifth studio effort is an exhilarating rock ’n’ roll masterpiece stacked with killer songs that made it a staple of ‘70s rock radio. Although many of the album’s most enduring highlights capitalize on the unhinged genius of drummer Keith Moon ("Won't Get Fooled Again,” "Baba O’Riley”), the gorgeous ballads—particularly “Behind Blue Eyes”—are.

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