Then and Now is a 2004 greatest hits compilation album by The Who released internationally by Polydor Records and by Geffen Records in the United States. It features 18 Who classics and two new tracks-"Real Good Looking Boy" and "Old Red Wine"-which were the first Who originals since "Dig" from Pete Townshend's 1989 album The Iron Man. "Real Good Looking Boy" is a tribute to Elvis Presley, and "Old Red Wine" is a tribute to former band member John Entwistle, who died in 2002.
Then and Now uses the 1968 folk-rock classic Magic Bus to symbolize this, and no other song is more deserving of it’s spot. Tossed aside by critics for it’s lack of conventionality and emotional value, the tune has now been snapped up by fans and revered as a classic on par with "My Generation". Featuring a well-crafted call-and-response format reminiscent of early blues influences (like Bo Diddley), Magic Bus is light, poppy, and pure fun- utilizing an array of small percussive toys one may have experimented with in pre-school. In 1973, The Who released the double album Quadrophenia. Derived from the conjunction of the ailment schizophrenia and the prefix quad-, the album was once slated to be a manifestation of all four band members into one central character.
The Who have been with several labels over the years. In the United Kingdom and elsewhere outside North America, they were signed originally to Brunswick Records. In 1966, they moved to Polydor Records and took the rights to their Brunswick recordings with them. They created and moved to Track Records the following year with distribution by Polydor. They left Track in 1974 and returned to Polydor directly, remaining with the label ever since. Geffen now controls the US rights to the Who's catalogue up through It's Hard. Their 2006 comeback album, Endless Wire, was released through Universal Republic in the US. Contents. Several album tracks from Face Dances and It's Hard entered the chart between 1981 and 1982 but are not listed here as they were not issued as retail singles.
Tommy is The Who’s fourth studio album. It is a rock opera telling the story of a Psychosomatic deaf, dumb and blind boy and his experiences in life. The album served as a melting pot for guitarist Pete Townhend’s ideas about sex, family, spirituality and hero worship. Featuring Oliver Reed. Producers Kit Lambert & Pete Townshend. Writers John Entwistle, Keith Moon, Mose Allison & 2 more.
Группы The Who. 1965 - My Generation. 1966 - A Quick One. 1967 - The Who Sell Out. 1968 - Magic Bus - The Who On Tour. 1975 - The Who By Numbers. 1978 - Who Are You. 1981 - Face Dances.
Read about Every Now and Then from Rare Earth's One World & Willie Remembers and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. One World & Willie Remembers. 1. Rare Earth is an American rock band affiliated with Motown's Rare Earth record label (which was named after the band) who were particularly famous in the late-1960s and 1970s. The group formed in 1961 as The Sunliners, and, after changing their name to "Rare Earth" were signed to Motown in 1969. The band was the first act signed to a new Motown imprint that would be dedicated to white rock acts.
Who Then Now? is a platinum-certified biographical video released by the band Korn on March 18, 1997. Korn re-released Who Then Now? in its entirety on DVD on July 14, 2009. It does not include any new extra features.
|1||I Can't Explain|
|3||The Kids Are Alright|
|5||I'm A Boy|
|7||I Can See For Miles|
|10||See Me, Feel Me|
|11||Summertime Blues (Live)|
|12||Behind Blue Eyes
Co-producer – Glyn Johns
|13||Won't Get Fooled Again
Co-producer – Glyn Johns
|15||Love, Reign O'er Me|
|17||Who Are You|
|18||You Better You Bet
Producer – Bill Szymczyk
|19||Real Good Looking Boy
Bass – Greg LakeDrums – Zak StarkeyGuitar, Backing Vocals – Pete TownshendPiano – John "Rabbit" BundrickProducer, Guitar, Keyboards – Simon TownshendRecorded By – Bob Pridden, Myles ClarkeVocals – Roger Daltrey
|20||Old Red Wine
Bass – Pino PalladinoDrums – Zak StarkeyGuitar, Backing Vocals, Piano – Pete TownshendOrgan [Hammond], Piano [Additional] – John "Rabbit" BundrickProducer – Simon TownshendRecorded By – Bob Pridden, Myles ClarkeVocals – Roger Daltrey
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