Quadrophenia - Album Art Lyrics. The album explores four aspects of one character, exemplified by the members of The Who: A tough guy, Helpless Dancer (Roger Daltrey). A romantic, Is It Me? (John Entwistle). A bloody lunatic, Bell Boy (Keith Moon). A beggar, a hypocrite, Love Reign O'er Me (Pete Townshend). Quadrophenia Q&A.
Quadrophenia was originally released as a double album by Track Records in November 1973 (Track 2657 013). Released to coincide with The Who’s first UK and US tours for two years, it reached in both countries’ album charts. The first CD version (Polydor 831 072-2) was released in the early 1980s, followed by a remastered double CD in 1996 (Polydor 531 971-2). In the US it was released in October 1973 (MCA2 10004), followed by a CD (MCA MCAD 2-6895), a remastered gold disc (MFSL UDCD 2-550) and in 1996, a remixed and remastered version (MCA MCAD2-11463)
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Sort: Recent best-seller Results cached. Pete Townshend becomes more than just a great rhythm guitarist on this album and provides many great lead moments, especially in the two instrumental pieces (Quadrophenia and The Rock). John Entwistle is at his creative best bass-wise, offering many incredibly tricky and unforgettably catchy basslines (and for those who've gotten the treat to see the live bass solo that's always been included in 5'15, you get to see the Ox really cut loose).
Quadrophenia is the soundtrack album to the 1979 film Quadrophenia which refers to the 1973 rock opera Quadrophenia. It was initially released on Polydor Records in 1979 as a cassette and LP and was re-released as a compact disc in 1993 and 2001. The album was dedicated to Peter Meaden, a prominent Mod and first manager of The Who, who had died a year prior to the album's release. The album contains ten of the seventeen tracks from the original rock opera Quadrophenia (as not all of the tracks were used in the film). The soundtrack also includes three tracks by The Who that did not appear on the 1973 album – "Four Faces", "Get Out and Stay Out" and "Joker James". The latter two songs marked Kenney Jones's first on-record appearance with the Who after taking over on drums for the late Keith Moon. YouTube Encyclopedic.
Album : Quadrophenia. Details : 1980, MCA ( MCA2-6895 ). Record Condition : SS (Factory sealed). The Who - Quadrophenia: Limited Shm CD, Japan - Import. The Who Quadrophenia Part 1 and 2 Cd's - discs are in like new condition and booklets are as well. The who~quadrophenia lp~MCA2-10004~73 mca~plays excellent~vg+/vg+.
Listen free to The Who – Quadrophenia (I Am the Sea, The Real Me and more). Quadrophenia is the sixth studio album by the English rock band The Who. Released on 19 October 1973, by Track, Polydor in the United Kingdom and Track and MCA in the United States, Quadrophenia is a double album, and the group's second rock opera. Its story involves social, musical, and psychological happenings from an English teenage perspective, set in London and Brighton in 1964 and 1965.
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