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Who, The - Who Are You


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Tracklist


1Sister Disco4:20
2Had Enough
Horns – John EntwistleSynthesizer – Rod Argent
4:27
3Love Is Coming Down4:00
4Trick Of The Light4:06
5Music Must Change
Horns – John Entwistle
4:35
6New Song4:18
7Guitar And Pen5:45
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Lead Vocals – John Entwistle
3:58
9Who Are You
Piano – Rod Argent
6:22


Credits


  • Arranged By [Strings]Ted Astley
  • Backing VocalsAndy Fairweather-Low (tracks: A1, A2, B2 to B4)
  • Bass, Vocals, SynthesizerJohn Entwistle
  • DesignBill Smith
  • Drums, PercussionKeith Moon
  • Engineer [Assistant]Judy Szekely
  • Guitar, Piano, Synthesizer, VocalsPete Townshend
  • Lead VocalsRoger Daltrey (tracks: A1, A3 to B4)
  • Photography By [Back Cover]Martyn Goddard
  • Photography By [Front Cover]Terry O'Neil
  • ProducerGlyn Johns, Jon Astley


Notes


Printed in Holland


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): AA 2490 147 1Y 2 (P) 1978 670 8 ° 11 03
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): 2490 147 2Y 1 1 2 STERLING
  • Rights Society: STEMRA


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ramport Enterprises Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Ramport Enterprises Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – Polydor Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Polydor Ltd.


Album


Who Are You is the eighth studio album by English rock band the Who, released on 18 August 1978 by Polydor Records in the United Kingdom and MCA Records in the United States. Who Are You was the Who's last album to feature Keith Moon as their drummer, who died three weeks after it was released. The ironic nature of the text Not to Be Taken Away that. Who Are You is the title track on The Who's 1978 album, Who Are You, the last album released by the group before Keith Moon's death in September 1978. It was written by Pete Townshend and released as a double-A sided single with the John Entwistle composition Had Enough, also featured on the album. The song was one of the band's biggest hits in North America, peaking at number 7 in Canada and at number 14 in the US, and has become one of the band's signature tunes at their live shows. The piano on. Who Are You is the first studio album by Nico Touches the Walls released on September 24, 2008. The album contains their first major singles, such as Yoru no Hate, The Bungy, My Sweet Eden and Broken Youth, song chosen as the ending for the anime Naruto Shippuden. The album reached number 11 on Oricon Chart in Japan. Who Are You, composed by Pete Townshend, was the title track on English rock band The Who's 1978 release, Who Are You, the last album released Who - Who Are You 1978. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Who Are You was the Who's last album to feature Keith Moon as their drummer Moon died three weeks after the album's release. The paradoxical nature of the text Not To Be Taken Away that was stenciled on Moon's chair on the album cover read more. Who Are You is the eighth studio album by English rock band the Who, released on 18 August 1978 by Polydor Records in the United Kingdom and MCA Reco read more. Who Are You is the eighth studio album by English rock band the Who, released on 18 August 1978 by Polydor Records in the United Kingdom and MCA Records in the Un. The Who's 'Who' is classic-rock comfort food. Rick Guest. The first Who album in 13 years opens with a perfectly cynical Pete Townshend lyric: I dont careI know youre gonna hate this song. But its kind of hard to hate something that feels so familiar. The fact that the song, and much of the record, feels like Classic Rock Comfort Food may be why the band tiled the album simply Who - their first, official self-titled record as opposed to The Who Sell Out, Whos Next, Who Are You and on and on and on. Its sort of an Abbot and Costello-esque affirmation of their identity. On the Who's final album with Keith Moon, their trademark honest power started to get diluted by fatigue and a sense that the group's collective vision was beginning to fade. As instrumentalists, their skills were intact. More problematic was the erratic quality of the material, which seemed torn between blustery attempts at contemporary relevance Sister Disco, New Song, Music Must Change and bittersweet insecurity Love Is Coming Down. The documentary The Kids Are Alright shows The Who in a studio recording this song. Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn August 20th 1978, Who Are You by The Who entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position 70 and on October 29th, 1978 it peaked at 14 for 2 weeks and spent 15 weeks on the Top 100. Between 1965 and 1984 the English quartet had twenty-seven Top 100 records their biggest hit was I Can See For Miles, it peaked at 9 for 2 weeks on November 19th, 1967. On the Who's first album in 13 years, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend sound invigorated, even in songs that address 70-something concerns. The word old feels wrong, of course, when 75 is the new 40 and the Who have been bashing it out on the road just like Paul McCartney and the Rolling Stones, the whole OK-boomer lot of them playing like there was plenty of tomorrow. Amid that live vigor, McCartney and Mick & Keith arent so eager to devote nearly a whole album to ruminating on autumnal things. Townshend Not so avoidant

Who, The - Who Are You
Hard Rock
Performer: Who, The
Title: Who Are You
Category: Rock
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1978
Label: Polydor
Catalog #: 2490 147
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 517
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album