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Substitute - The Who - Maximum BBC

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Our Love Was. I Can See for Miles. Pictures of Lily. Summertime Blues. Supposedly dubbed off of radio station promo CDs, this CD has the best sound quality of any of the BBC discs, including the official release, which unfortunately, was mastered poorly. Comments: An obvious dub off of the Hiwatt CD of the same title, minus a few songs and slightly thinner sound quality. Comments: This is an excellent vinyl rarities release, which basically followed in the footsteps of "Who's Zoo". All of these songs have been subsequently officially released on CD with the exception of the mono mix of "Our Love Was, Is".

Jekyll And Mr. Comments: Pirate copy of the legitimate album. Comments: You have to love the cover! Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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Maximum BBC von The Who als CD, mit Tracklist und weiteren Infos Informationen zum Tonträger Maximum BBC CD, Bootleg, Live The Who: Maximum BBC - CD, Bootleg, Live.

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  1. Substitute Songtext von The Who mit Lyrics, deutscher √úbersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf bluesrock.granilargardajindforcerunner.infoinfo
  2. "Substitute" is a song by the English rock band The Who, written by Pete Townshend. Released in March , the single reached number five in the UK and was later included on the compilation album Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy in In , Pitchfork ranked "Substitute" at number 91 on the " Greatest Songs of the s".B-side: "Circles (Instant Party)" (UK), "Waltz for a Pig" (US).
  3. The Who - Maximum BBC various BBC sessions - Red Robin Records - ROB - sb5. Track List: 1) Just You and Me 2) Leaving Here 3) Good Lovin' 4) Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere.
  4. BBC Sessions by The Who was released 15 February on Polydor Records internationally and MCA Records in the U.S. It contains 24 songs and two jingles recorded live at the BBC studios in London. With the exception of the jingles being used to bookend the album, and the third track being misplaced, The Who's recordings are presented in Producer: Michael Appleton, Bernie Andrews, Bill .
  5. Summary: The Polydor (Germany/UK LP) is the best sounding of the versions I've sampled with the Russia CD close behind. Other Comments: Most of these tracks have been available to collectors for many years on either bootlegs (compare to "Maximum BBC") or promotional radio station LPs/CDs (i.e. The Westwood One Radio Network). However, the sound quality on those are often better than this .
  6. Referencing Niel & Kents chronicle of the Who which postdates the CD, no BBC recordings or broadcasts took place on the validated date for this song and also track 4 (Anyway Anyhow Anywhere). Tracks are, most likely, from the same show, 'Saturday Club', broadcast on 29 May
  7. The instrumental "Waltz for a Pig" was released as a B-side for "Substitute" in the US, but was written by Harry Butcher and performed by the Graham Bond Organisation.; Jingles performed for BBC Radio and other mini-commercials include "Coke After Coke" (a.k.a. "Coke 2"), "Bag O'Nails," "Rotosound Strings," "Track Records/Premier Drums," "John Mason Cars," "Top Gear," "Things Go Better Extended plays: Ready Steady Who, Won't Get Fooled .

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