I Cant Explain - The Who - Accept No Subsitute (CD)


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1992
Label: Big Music - BIG 011 • Format: CD Unofficial Release • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock


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8 Replies to “ I Cant Explain - The Who - Accept No Subsitute (CD) ”

  1. contained on this CD is quoted as being from the October 22, Fillmore East show (p) The Concert Guide web page (see date above) also lists no West Coast shows during this period. 1. Band Introduction (By Bill Graham) God Rest His Soul! 2. Heaven And Hell (J. Entwistle) 3. I Can't Explain (P. Townshend) 4. Fortune Teller (Neville) 5.
  2. The Who Cd - Accept No Substitute. Item# newitem Availability: Usually ships in business days. Product Description Heaven And Hell (Entwistle) Song Concert New York The Who 3. I Can't Explain (Townshend) Song Concert New York The Who 4. Fortune Teller (Neville) Song Concert New York The Who.
  3. - Accept No Substitute (CD, Big , ) Sourced from tape of unknown generation (I suspect 3rd or 4th) and runs a bit slow. - Who is Tommy? (2CD, Dynamite Studio, DSA, ) Sourced from acetate recordings dubbed to tape of unknown generation. Quality not too gre at and quite a few skips and surface noise from the acetates.
  4. this became a very very rare japan only edition of this two cd set not long after its release back in march as it was out of print as quick as it came out, this japan version is unique for two reasons, #1 it features the shm remastering wich is only available in japan and on disc two the live cd it features a bonus track no other pressing world wide consisted of (a live version of.
  5. Released in , Accept No Substitute contained the same blend of soul and rock & roll that would show up on Layla the following year. While the production, as Matthew Greenwald points out in the liner notes, has a "pop sheen," Delaney & Bonnie's earthy vocals, along with the band's rhythm & blues assault, nonetheless dictate the proceedings.
  6. The Who need no excuse to release a new compilation -- since , a new collection has appeared roughly at the rate of one every three years -- but the band's 50th anniversary does provide the opportunity for a splashy new compilation, the first since 's Greatest gawmyoremembhillpsych.inszamcomwotongputerzamulhersparkcea.coly titled The Who Hits 50!, by virtue of spanning two full CDs the set does cast a .
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the T-shirt Included CD release of Hits 50! on Discogs.
  8. Track Listing: Substitute, I Can't Explain, Baba O'Riley, The Punk And The Godfather, My Wife, Sister Disco, Behind Blue Eyes, Music Must Change, Drowned, Who Are You, , Pinball Wizard, See Me, Feel Me, Long Live Rock, My Generation, I'm A Man, Sparks, I Can See For Miles, I Don't Want To Be An Old Man, Won't Get Fooled Again, Summertime.

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