The Who - Who Are You FLAC
|1||Love Is Coming Down|
Synthesizer, Lead Vocals – John Entwistle
Horns – John EntwistleSynthesizer – Rod Argent
|6||Guitar And Pen|
|7||Music Must Change|
Horns – John Entwistle
|8||Who Are You|
Piano – Rod Argent
|9||Trick Of The Light|
- Arranged By [String Arrangements] – Ted Astley
- Backing Vocals – Andy Fairweather-Low (tracks: A1, A2, B2 to B4)
- Bass, Vocals – John Entwistle
- Design – Bill Smith
- Drums, Percussion – Keith Moon
- Engineer [Engineering Assistance] – Judy Szekely
- Guitar, Piano, Synthesizer, Vocals – Pete Townshend
- Photography By [Back Cover] – Martyn Goddard
- Photography By [Front Cover] – Terry O'Neill
- Producer – Glyn Johns, Jon Astley
- Vocals – Roger Daltrey
- Written-By – Entwistle (tracks: A2,A3,B1), Townshend (tracks: A1,A4,A5,B2 to B4)
© 1978 Ramport Enterprises Ltd.
℗ 1978 Ramport Enterprises Ltd.
Manufactured in the UK by Polydor Ltd
17/19 Stratford Place London W1N 0BL.
Second cat.no. in prantheses on labels
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Stamped): WHOD5004 A // 3 ST 1 STERLING
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Stamped): WHOD5004 B // 1 ST 1 STERLING
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etched): BIGGLES
- Copyright (c) – Ramport Enterprises Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ramport Enterprises Ltd.
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Published By – Eel Pie Publishing Ltd.
- Published By – Whistle Rymes Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Polydor Ltd.
- Distributed By – Polydor Ltd.
Who Are You is the eighth studio album by English rock band the Who, released on 18 August 1978 by Polydor Records in the United Kingdom and MCA Records in the United States. Who Are You was the Who's last album to feature Keith Moon as their drummer, who died three weeks after it was released. The ironic nature of the text Not to Be Taken Away that. Who Are You is the title track on The Who's 1978 album, Who Are You, the last album released by the group before Keith Moon's death in September 1978. It was written by Pete Townshend and released as a double-A sided single with the John Entwistle composition Had Enough, also featured on the album. The song was one of the band's biggest hits in North America, peaking at number 7 in Canada and at number 14 in the US, and has become one of the band's signature tunes at their live shows. The piano on. Who Are You, composed by Pete Townshend, was the title track on English rock band The Who's 1978 release, Who Are You, the last album released Who - Who Are You 1978. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Who Are You was spun out of the night that Townshend, already drunk after hours of financial haggling, half-recognized two members of the Sex Pistols in a bar: that is, he thought either Steve Jones or Paul Cook was Johnny Rotten. Corrected, he felt even more confused: Why cant I see straight. Attention, reads a sticker on the album cover: Who Are You Side 2, Track 4 contains lyrics that may offend. We can thank the Supreme Court - which in its ultimate wisdom recently granted the FCC the power to censor radio - for that one, but what might these offensive lyrics be Theres a lot of emotion in this song - is that now illegal . Listen free to The Who Who Are You New Song, Had Enough and more. 9 tracks 41:51. On the Who's final album with Keith Moon, their trademark honest power started to get diluted by fatigue and a sense that the group's collective vision was beginning to fade. As instrumentalists, their skills were intact. More problematic was the erratic quality of the material, which seemed torn between blustery attempts at contemporary relevance Sister Disco, New Song, Music Must Change and bittersweet insecurity Love Is Coming Down. On the Who's first album in 13 years, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend sound invigorated, even in songs that address 70-something concerns. The word old feels wrong, of course, when 75 is the new 40 and the Who have been bashing it out on the road just like Paul McCartney and the Rolling Stones, the whole OK-boomer lot of them playing like there was plenty of tomorrow. Amid that live vigor, McCartney and Mick & Keith arent so eager to devote nearly a whole album to ruminating on autumnal things. Townshend Not so avoidant. This item:Who Are You by The Who Audio CD . In stock on June 20, 2020. Order it now. The Who took several years in between albums before putting out this one in 1978. During this time most of the band members worked on solo projects that were met with different levels of success. Who Are You is best remembered for it's title track that featured one of Daltry's most gritty vocal performances shouting out Pete Townshend's diatribe to punk rock. The track remains a classic rock radio staple to this day and I still crank it up when it comes on the radio. The album would be the last done by the original lineup due to the death of Keith Moon shortly after. It is thrilling stuff, easily the most exciting and consistent Who album since the mid-Seventies. For one of the acknowledged geniuses of rock culture, Townshend hasnt actually made much music of note since 1978's Who Are You, the last Who album to feature late drummer Keith Moon. Since then there have been three flawed Who albums and a handful of erratic solo offerings in 40 years. Yet it sounds like Townshend was not ready to surrender without a fight. I dont care, I know youre gonna hate this song, is the combative opening line of All This Music Must Fade, a driving epic about the