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Long Live Rock - The Who - The Kids Are Alright (CD, Album)


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  1. The Kids Are Alright () ** Released to accompany Jeff Stein’s documentary of archive clips, The Kids Are Alright captures some of the band’s greatest performances, not least a titanic final assault on Won’t Get Fooled Again captured during the soon-to-be-late Keith Moon’s swansong appearance at Shepperton Film Studios on May 25th,
  2. May 22,  · Album: The Kids Are Alright LPs (vinyl) Sampled: Polydor (UK), MCA (USA), Polydor (Germany), Sony CD (original mix) comments: The Polydor (Germany) is the clear CD of choice. It sounds excellent. * Long Live Rock – Supposedly a different mix. I never noticed or seemed to care (which is very unlike me – I actually like Pete’s demo.
  3. In "My Wife" was again released as a B-side single, this time to "Long Live Rock". This version was recorded live and released on The Kids Are Alright. What is rare about this version is that it was the only song released from The Who's concert at the Kilburn State Theatre in London.
  4. Like the film itself, the soundtrack to the Who's Kids Are Alright documentary is frustrating even as it pleases, since it falls short of being definitive. If the film was supposed to explain the excitement and history of the Who, tracing their evolution from mod superstars to arena rock gods, it somehow failed by just not quite wforheartdinetpmingbersivabitguepandall.coinforly, the soundtrack attempts to gather a bunch of.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Kids Are Alright on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock/5(79).
  6. Long Live Rock [] - (Crédits: The Kids are Alright) The Who • Roger Daltrey – Chant, Harmonica • Pete Townshend - Guitares, Synthétiseur, Chant • John Entwistle - Basse, Cuivres,Chant • Keith Moon – Batterie, Percussions The Kids Are Alright est un documentaire-rock sur le groupe britannique The Who. On y retrouve des.
  7. Long Live Rock Probably the least well known song on the compilation, Long Live Rock features Pete Townshend on vocals for the first time on this album. The guitar part is very well balanced in this song, and also has a good keyboard part thanks to Jon Carin. Long Live Rock also has a nice blues feel to it.
  8. The Kids Are Alright (CD - MCA #) really, the latter is the preferred method of listening to this album, since there is a lot to treasure here. There's the epochal performance of "My Generation (as is "Long Live Rock," Pete Townshend's best Chuck Berry homage and one of the few songs to capture what rock was all about in the '70s.

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