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Behind Blue Eyes - Various - Substitute - The Songs Of The Who (CD)

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  1. Jun 12,  · Even the Who itself, regrouped for a run-through of the title cut, will try the patience of devoted fans. In fairness, Sheryl Crow does turn in a handsome version of "Behind Blue Eyes," and having fellow mod-loving Brits like Paul Weller ("Circles") and the underrated Cast ("The Seeker") on board was a decent idea.
  2. Mar 03,  · “Behind Blue Eyes” (‘Who’s Next’, ) Townshend once called this gorgeous ballad "the closest to a love song I've ever written and managed to get the Who to perform.".
  3. P.S. The Who's version is the best of this song, but the fact that Pete Townshend sang backing vocals on the Ramones version is just awesome. Miles from Vancouver, Canada In the UK, the song first appeared on the odd compilation from called Direct Hits. Daniel Celano from Philadelphia, Pa That songs looks similar to a substitute teacher.
  4. "Behind Blue Eyes" is a song by the English rock band the Who, recorded in It was the second single from their fifth album Who's Next and was originally written by Pete Townshend for his Lifehouse project. The song is one of The Who's best-known recordings and has been covered by many artists.B-side: "My Wife" (US), "Going Mobile" (Europe).
  5. Through the decades, THE WHO redefined rock music as we know it and their influence continues in all areas of popular culture to this day. WHO HITS 50! is the definitive collection of the band's greatest tracks from their very first recordings as The High Numbers right up to .
  6. Jul 07,  · Substitute, The Seeker, Won’t Get Fooled Again^, Behind Blue Eyes+ with orchestra: Still Waiting for the Big Cigar*, The Real Me, I’m One, The .
  7. Key figures of the British Invasion, the mid-'60s mod movement, and '70s arena rock, the Who were an undeniably powerful sonic force. They exploded conventional rock and R&B structures with Townshend's furious guitar chords, Entwistle's hyperactive basslines, and Moon's vigorous, seemingly chaotic drumming. Unlike most rock bands, the Who based their rhythm on Townshend's guitar, letting Moon.

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