The last record by the original line up of The Who with Keith Moon on drums. Pete Townshend's observations of moving on and saying farewell (Sister Disco), the creative process (Guitar and Pen), FM radio and its banal recycled music (Music Must Change) and battles with alcohol (Who Are You) are some of his most poignant songs. Bassist John Entwistle contributes three songs, the most in any one Who album. 905, Had Enough and Trick Of The Light reflect some of his finest, often-overlooked, work. Regular weight vinyl.
With Who Are You Now, out August 16th on Verve Forecast, Madison Cunningham traces her own path from SoCal teenager to independent adult, setting that paradigm-shifting transition to a soundtrack of honest, heartfelt music. It's a revised spin on the singer-songwriter format, as well as a jolt of electric energy in a genre often ruled by acoustic instruments. Thanks to Cunningham's autobiographical wiring. Who Are You Now also answers the question posed by the album's title.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Are You Experienced Vinyl LP. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Are You Experienced Vinyl LPDisc 1Side 11. Purple Haze2. Manic Depression3. Hey Joe
SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE, enjoy FAST 24 hour processing and EXPERT Packaging to insure SAFE Delivery! This is a USED Vinyl Record album. The vinyl is graded Very Good and it played Very Good with a little noise. This was PLAY-GRADED on the AUDIO-TECHNICA AT-LP120-USB Professional Turntable for improved grading accuracy! If you do not play the records you buy, please do not judge my grading, since the sound is a big part of my grade. After all, you can't listen to a record with your EYES, right? PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS BEFORE BUYING. The cover is graded Very Good. A MCA Records inner sleeve is included. This is a 1978 Pressing, catalog # MCA-3050. R.I.P. Keith Moon 1946 - 1978.
1. New Song 2. Had Enough 3. 905 4. Sister Disco 5. Music Must Change 6. Trick Of The Light 7. Guitar And Pen 8. Love Is Coming Down 9. Who Are You
After agreeing to headline the opening night of Revelation Records 25th Anniversary Festival in early 2013, Texas Is The Reason will begin an exclusive North American run to support the release of a remastered discography collection featuring the band s entire recorded output, as well as two never-released songs their final songs ever! They came from some of the most popular hardcore bands of the early 90s (Shelter, 108, Resurrection), but by the time Texas Is The Reason formed in 1994, a new aesthetic crystallized almost instantly. Only one year later, when Revelation Records released the self-titled EP, the band was headlining tours in America and well on their way to defining a new moment in post-punk. In April 1996, the band reinforced that initial success with their first and only album, produced by Jawbox s J. Robbins and named after the last words that John Lennon was alleged to have heard. In the years since, SPIN, Alternative Press, and Paste would all go on to call Do You Know Who You Are? an essential 90s album. Unfortunately, after a year of heavy promotion and touring, inner-band tension came to a head and Texas Is The Reason officially split in 1997. Its members would go on to form Jets To Brazil, New End Original, and Solea. Since then, the band has reunited onl...
- Stars of Progressive Rock, Classic Rock, Punk Rock, and Country gather together to pay tribute to one of the most successful and influential bands of all-time, The Who! - Featuring performances by Iggy Pop, The Raveonettes, Sweet, Todd Rundgren, and Gretchen Wilson PLUS members of The Kinks, Asia, Def Leppard, Judas Priest, Deep Purple, Dream Theater, Cream King Crimson, MC5, Herman's Hermits, Yes, The Vibrators, The Damned, and more! - Brilliant cover versions of the band's best loved anthems including "Baba O'Riley," "My Generation," "Who Are You," "Won't Get Fooled Again" and lots more!
Nada Surf's eighth record, You Know Who You Are, was produced by long-time comrade Tom Beaujour at Nuthouse Recording in Hoboken, NJ. The album marks the band's first as an official quartet with the core unit - singer/ songwriter/guitarist Matthew Caws, bassist Daniel Lorca and drummer Ira Elliot - joined by indie rock gunslinger Doug Gillard on second guitar.