There are a handful of worthwhile tracks but the rest isn't quite up to par. Location: Horse Shoe, NC. Outlive The Dinosaur is a good song, too. Hep Alien and recordhead like this. Hep Alien likes this. Location: SoCal. ServingTheMusic , Feb 29, Location: Sterling, VA. Witch's Teat. Ah yes. O Don Piano , ted and Runicen like this. Location: The Netherlands. Who'sTommy , Feb 29, Location: Out of My Element. I'm in the extreme minority regarding this record, which doesn't bother me a bit.
I love this record, and have since its release. I prefer the original version with dialog, and I find the plot-inside-a-plot extremely engaging and thought-provoking. I don't listen to albums by anyone else thinking about what they might be like with The Who on them, so it never really occurs to me for this one. RayS , Feb 29, I was surprised he played the whole thing live in Had he released this nowadays, he would probably play one or two tracks and say: "This is rubbish, wait for the good stuff after this".
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Besides deleting the dialog, the content of the "Music Only" version is nearly identical, except that "Predictable" has an extra verse. When I played it - I really loved the music, but was uncomfortable with the dialogue. Shortly thereafter, the album came out and I bought it immediately. I played it over and over. When the non-dialogue version s became available other than a song version variation here and there - I did not enjoy it as much as the dialogue version.
Unfortunately the BAAM show that was broadcast and released featured Pete with almost no voice due to staying up all night and doing a full dress rehearsal before the real show oops.
There are also the various CD singles that have a few outtakes and demos which didn't make it to the album Scoop 3 also has several demos All of the songs on this album are outstanding.
My favorites include With some tweaking and the Who treatment - this could have been another "Quadrophenia". Unfortunately, Pete lost money on the tour and the album wasn't a hit.
A masterpiece and Pete's solo efforts are now long gone Other Comments: The tracks on this CD have been remixed and remastered, so this album is actually more than just a compilation piece.
When this CD came out in , I listened to it probably once The very first track, "Rough Boys" is overly bright and doesn't match the deep quality of the rest of the CD. Rather than copy the rest of the CD to a CDr and have an otherwise great CD, because of its "imperfection", it became "tainted" and thus discarded What's different about this CD vs.
I really liked what I heard. The "demos" from Who Came First have some added nuances which were brought out. The harmonica in "Misunderstood" such a great song! I always said that White City is in desperate need of a remix if only the rest of the album sounded as good as the extended version of "Hiding Out" and here it is - "Give Blood" and "Face The Face" never sounded better!
I remember being excited that "Uneasy Street" a leftover track from "Psychoderelict" was being released, but I still feel the same way about it today as I did then I'm glad Pete left it off of the album. It's a good song, but doesn't fit "Psychoderelict". I'm not quite sure how it would have fit in terms of the story line I really like the "E. I recall recording the "live version" off of TV Pete was doing some sort of awards ceremony.
Great variation - makes the bass speakers on my exercise room speakers go wild. Much improved with deeper definition - very noticeably around the drums.
Love it. I would have to listen to it more to get into the specifics of the changes with the Chinese Eyes and "Psychoderelict" tracks. It's much easier to notice "big" changes i. I wish "Rough Boys" worked out better, but I think this cover art might be the first of the "cut off top-of-the-head" look for Pete. His book cover also features that "special effect" Cola Mix. CD Comments: Excellent sound quality.
The majority of this material is sourced directly from the pre remixed and remastered catalogue of The Who and Pete Townshend. Other Comments: This is a promo only release. The purpose of this release was to market The Who and Pete Townshend solo music to be used for movie soundtracks and commercials. The book is of very nice quality with heavy paper stock and nice pictures. The CD jackets themselves list the tracks by original release date, track title and available source album and USA record label.Album · · 21 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free.