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The best version I've heard!,
This review is from: A Quick One (Happy Jack) (Audio CD)
OK, every serious 'The Who' fan knows that the re-mastered version of this album isn't really that much cop. So much so, that the casual fan could very easily over look this classic. A classic it is however! These limited edition imports of The Who collection are not easy to come by, by if you are able to obtain copies then you must see it on a par with witnessing the second coming. This is the best version of this album that I've ever heard. (And that includes the original vinyl version.) I've no idea what they've done to it, and technical mumbo jumbo is really not my thing, but it sounds so much better than the normal re-master that the high price tag is forgivable. From the opening track to Boris the Spider and all the way through to the title track it's a joy, but then again you could even say that about the 'other' version! I'm very pleased, any 'The Who' fan should be pleased, and the casual fan? Well if you've gotten this far then why stop? Get them all!!!
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Initial post: 15 May 2015 08:48:32 BDT
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Posted on 15 May 2015 08:49:34 BDT
Toad Man Gung says:
Can you please confirm exactly which version you write is the best? Do you mean the 20 track 1995 edition 589 800-2?
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