The Who - BBC Sessions
NME.COM feature on The Who - BBC Sessions album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 15 February 2000
The most explosive British rock band of their era, possibly ever, [B]The Who[/B] had more in common with the psyche rock blowouts of the new [a]Primal Scream[/a] album than the dad rock/[B]Weller[/B]/
The most explosive British rock band of their era, possibly ever, The Who had more in common with the psyche rock blowouts of the new Primal Scream album than the dad rock/ Weller / Gallagher lineage where they're often placed. This long-delayed collection, recorded live and direct between 1965 and 1973 for such long-forgotten musty Radio 1 jocks as Dave 'Hairy...
- Feb 11, 2000
Tracklisting click track to read more
- My Generation (Radio 1 Jingle)
- Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
- Good Lovin'
- Just You and Me, Darling
- Leaving Here
- My Generation
- The Good's Gone
- La La La Lies
- Dancing In The Street
- I'm A Boy
- Run Run Run
- Boris The Spider
- Happy Jack
- See My Way
- Pictures Of Lily
- A Quick One (While He's Away)
- The Seeker
- I'm Free
- Shakin' All Over
- Long Live Rock
- Boris The Spider (Radio 1 Jingle)
Perhaps MTV's greatest crime against rock'n'roll is that it finally dissuaded pop groups from making films....
- Feb 26, 2001
The grown-ups are alright...
- Nov 6, 2000
Cover your ears everybody, mod's gone prog...
- Oct 5, 2000
The Who frontman said Tony Blair's party made a "political mistake"
Plans in place to tell the story of The Who's wild drummer on the big screen
Frontman says the band will continue past 2015 but 'have to be realistic about our age'
Artist/Album artwork images hosted by Last.fm. For copyright enquiries please see here.