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The Who - Welcome To New York - Live At The Fillmore East 1968 MP3
Performer: The Who
Title: Welcome To New York - Live At The Fillmore East 1968
Label: Trade Mark Of Quality
Country: US
Cat: TMOQ 57
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2773 mb | MP3 size: 2244 mb | WMA size: 1497 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1My Way
2A Quick One
3Tattoo
4Little Billy
5Summertime Blues
6I Can't Explain
7Shakin' All Over
8Happy Jack
9Fortune Teller
10Boris The Spider
11My Generation

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
71071The Who Fillmore East 1968 ‎(LP, Unofficial, Blu)Trade Mark Of Quality71071US1975
S-414The Who Fillmore East 1968 ‎(LP, Unofficial)Trade Mark Of QualityS-414US1978
WPOCM 0888 D 008-2The Who Furious Prelude ‎(CD, Unofficial)World Productions Of Compact MusicWPOCM 0888 D 008-2Austria1988
K880805The Who Live At Fillmore East ‎(CD, Unofficial)Koiné RecordsK880805Italy1988
1846The Who Fillmore East 1968 ‎(LP, Unofficial)Trade Mark Of Quality1846US1976

Notes

Live at the Fillmore East 6 April 1968, mixing desk tape.
Limited edition of 100.

Companies

  • Recorded At – Fillmore East

Album

The Who were in New York and nearing the end of a gruelling tour on April 4, 1968, the day that Dr Martin Luther King was assassinated. America was already a country divided Anti-Vietnam demonstrations, civil rights disturbances and militant student activism. This iconic image was later used as the album cover and poster for The Whos classic film The Kids Are Alright. Both nights were recorded by Who manager Kit Lambert with the intention of releasing the results as The Whos fourth album after The Who Sell Out and before Tommy. Disaster struck when it was discovered that due to faulty equipment or human error only part of the first night was captured. Live At Fillmore East, New York City, USA, April 6th, 1968 - The Who. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Live at the Fillmore East 1968 is a live album by the English rock band The Who. It was released on 20 April 2018 as a double album on CD, and a triple album on LP. All songs written by Pete Townshend except where noted. Disc one. Summertime Blues Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart - 4:15. Fortune Teller Naomi Neville - 2:38. Tattoo - 2:58. Little Billy - 3:38. I Can't Explain - 2:28. Happy Jack - 2:18. Relax - 11:57. I'm a Boy - 3:23. A Quick One, While He's Away - 11:15. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Beck Group October 18 1968 Fillmore East New York - Продолжительность: 3:17. 5: 1968 concert from the Who vaults reveals both a devastating live show and a revealing bit of history. A dozen years since their last new studio album though with regular teases of a mysterious Floss album, the band and their people continued to put out live discs and compilations, more or less sustaining fans, but sometimes drifting toward redundancy. All of this music is quite stellar, but Live at the Fillmore East 1968 offers a surprisingly insightful moment in an overlooked period of the band, after they moved out of their R&B mod grooves and before they had fully developed the massive sound of the early 1970s. That sustained ferocity is why Live at the Fillmore East 1968 could conceivably be called the definitive Who live album: it may not have the classic status of Live at Leeds, but the group never sounded as explosive as it does here. The Who will commemorate the 50th anniversary of a two-night stint at Bill Grahams famous New York venue with the double CD Live at the Fillmore East 1968, due out April 20th. The album includes a previously unreleased cover of Eddie Cochrans CMon Everybody and a rare version of Fortune Teller, which was penned by the New Orleans legend Allen Toussaint. The band also plays extended versions of Relax and A Quick One, which came out months before the April shows on The Who Sell Out. The second CD of Live at the Fillmore East 1968 is entirely devoted to a 33-minute. Live at the Fillmore East 1968 , which documents the last show of a two-night stand at the New York venue, arrives on April 20. The two-disc, three-LP set, whose track listing is below, focuses largely on material from their two previous records, The Who Sell Out and A Quick One. The band's manager, Kit Lambert, had recorded the shows in the hopes of putting out a live album as a stopgap while the band worked on Tommy. Instead, they put their new single, Magic Bus, with some older tracks and delivered Magic Bus: The Who on Tour. The Fillmore tapes were mixed by longtime Who live soundman Bob Pridden for this release. The Whos manager Kit Lambert had recorded both the 5th and 6th of April shows of 68 with a view to issuing as The Whos fourth album after Sell Out. That never happened, but 50 years later sound engineer Bob Pridden who was there in 1968 has restored and mixed songs from the 6 April show for this new archival release. The Who Live at Fillmore East 1968 will be released on 20 April 2018

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Comments (1)
The Sinners from Mitar
i would guess and say this lp was released sometime after the year 2000, i can tell by the sleeve it is not a 70s or even an 80s issue and i doubt this was released in the 90s, this was pressed in germany on the tmoq label also known as the swinging pig label, the sleeve is a lot like the old 70s tmoq sleeves with a nice blue insert NOT TAPED OR GLUED TO THE LP SLEEVE, on the back it just says LIVE IN NYC APRIL 1968, this is on beautiful purple wax as you can see, i must say i have quite a few versions of this boot on both lp and cd and for lp this may be the best sounding vinyl lp version out there, this was recorded and presssed onto this wax right from the soundboard, i have a tmoq yellow wax version of this from the 70s and i will admit THIS ONE SOUNDS BETTER. very happy with this boot, for years now my hope has been this will get an official release someday as the original intention was to make this a live album for decca in the us in 68 but pete and the band where not happy with how this came out I CANT DIAGREE MORE I LOVE THIS BOOT, wish i had the whole show......