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The Who - Quadrophenia

Label: MCA Records
Catalog#: MCA2- 10004
70`s issue Brown Label
Format: 2 x Vinyl, LP, Gatefold

Cover - VG+ with light corner scuffs
Records VG++
Cover VG+ VG++ two inch split ...back cover has ringwear( see pic )
has booklet VG+

Country: Canada issue (late 70s)
Released:1973
Genre:Rock
Style: Hard Rock, Classic Rock



Tracklist
A1 I Am The Sea 2:08
A2 The Real Me 3:22
A3 Quadrophenia 6:15
A4 Cut My Hair 3:46
A4 The Punk Meets The Godfather 5:10

B1 I'm One 2:39
B2 The Dirty Jobs 4:30
B3 Helpless Dancer 2:32
B4 Is It In My Head 3:46
Engineer, Producer [Associate] - Glyn Johns
B5 I've Had Enough 6:14

C1 5:15 5:00
C2 Sea And Sand 5:01
C3 Drowned 5:28
C4 Bell Boy 4:56

D1 Doctor Jimmy 8:42
D2 The Rock 6:37
D3 Love, Reign O'er Me 5:48
Engineer, Producer [Associate] - Glyn Johns

Credits
Bass, Horns, Vocals - John Entwistle
Engineer, Recorded By [Special Effects] - Ron Nevison
Executive Producer - Chris Stamp , Pete Kameron
Lead Vocals - Roger Daltrey
Mastered By - Arnie Acosta
Mixed By [Continuity], Engineer [Assistant] - Ron Fawcus
Mixed By [Studio Earphone] - Bobby Pridden*
Percussion, Vocals - Keith Moon
Photography [Front Cover], Artwork By [Design] - Graham Hughes
Photography [Inside Cover, Back Cover, Book], Artwork By [Art Direction] - Ethan A. Russell
Piano - Chris Stainton (tracks: B2, C1, C3)
Producer - Who, The
Producer [Pre-production], Executive Producer - Kit Lambert
Recorded By [Special Effects] - Rod Houison
Voice [News Reading] - John Curie
Written-by, Performer [Remainder], Producer [Pre-production], Recorded By [Special Effects] - Pete Townshend


The Who were at the top of their game when they recorded Quadrophenia and each member showcased his abilities to the fullest. This is Pete Townshend's most concise work as a musical story teller. It also features some of the best songs he ever wrote. At least six of the pieces on this set exceed even his normal (high) standard. `Sea and Sand' contains enough melodic fibre for two songs. `The Punk and the Godfather' and `The Real Me' are as fiery a pair of hard rock songs as have ever been released. `I'm One', `The Dirty Jobs', `Is It In My Head', and `Drowned' could easily find a place in music theatre. More familiar pieces such as `5:15', `Bell Boy' and `Love Reign O'er Me' continue to shine to this day. Even some of the flawed material stands out. `Dr. Jimmy' begins brilliantly but (partially) fails because Townshend didn't seem to be able to figure out how it should end. His playing and singing is uniformly outstanding throughout the set. There's some great guitar work on `Love Reign O'er Me'.





The Who - Quadrophenia - 5:15

My FAVORITE album of all time, one of the very best songs FROM that album. What more can I say? LOVE the looks on the girl's faces as he's throwing his gear out of the train. GREAT video





The Who - Quadrophenia - Bell Boy

Side 3 of Quadrophenia is as good as any album side ever produced.



The Who - The Real Me (Quadrophenia)

Keith Moon at his very best.






The Who - Love Reign O'er Me

1973

Can't think of any other rock band so immensely talented at every key position. And even though Townsend was never exactly a guitar genius, he nonetheless was brilliant at how he musically, melodically, texturally, sonically, and theatrically incorporated it. Also is a wonderful composer/lyricist.


Roger had just an astonishing range and could hit those highs with power that just seemed endless..
: a voice with the range, timbre and power of the gods.

Entwistle: lead bass extraordinaire, phenomenal improviser. Moonie: A wildly manic, cymbal-crashing genius - the rocket driving the band!



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