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One of the best The Who albums.
on 27 May 2009
After I have seen The Woodstock film in 1970, I was impressed by bands like Ten Years After, Santana and The Who. I know that The Who have had records on the charts a long time before the Woodstock festival. But it was in the 70's I was aware of the band. Many people was thinking about The Who as a part of the mods, I was thinking about The Who as a rock band.
Pete Townshend is a good guitarplayer, but I think he is a better songwriter than a guitarplayer. Keith Moon was a great drummer with lots of energy. And the man in the front, mr. Daltrey is a good singer. But today I'm most impressed by John Entwistle's bass playing. What a great bass sound, and the playing... superb. The original vinyl album, "Who's next", was especial and a great album. The album contains many good songs and the cover is cool. Baba O'Riley, Going mobile, Behind blue eyes and Won't get fooled again, have been on The Who's setlist for years, probably the best songs on this album. The CD contains 16 songs including 6 unreleased tracks. This reissue have a very good sound, great.
If you just wanna buy one CD of The Who, it must be this one, "Who's next".