The Who - Summertime Blues / Shakin' All Over album flac
- Album: Summertime Blues / Shakin' All Over
- FLAC: 1329 mb | MP3: 1671 mb
- Released: 1970
- Style: Classic Rock
- Rating: 4.4/5
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Written-By – Cochran*, Capehart*
|B||Shakin' All Over
Written-By – Heath*
- Record Company – Nippon Grammophon Co., Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Nippon Grammophon Co., Ltd.
NotesBoth tracks taken from the album 'The Who Live At Leeds'
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label, Side A): DP 1737 A
- Matrix / Runout (Label, Side B): DP 1737 B
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Side A): 〄DP 1737A 110 A-1-16
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Side B): DP 1737B A-1-15
- Other (Back Cover): TO 7017
From the Live at Leeds album.
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Shakin' All Over is the debut studio album by the Canadian rock band The Guess Who, although at the time they were known as "Chad Allan & the Expressions". It is regarded as a garage rock album and features their hit version of Johnny Kidd & the Pirates hit song "Shakin' All Over". The 2001 release of Shakin' All Over is actually a collection of tracks from the band's first three albums. All songs written and composed by Chad Allan except where noted. Chad Allan – lead vocals, rhythm guitar.
The Who were looking for a way to follow up their 1969 album Tommy, and had recorded several shows on tours supporting that album, but didn't like the sound. Consequently, they booked the show at Leeds University, along with one at the University of Hull the following day, specifically to record a live album. Summertime Blues" was rearranged to include power chords, a key change, and Entwistle singing the authority figure lines (. Like to help you son, but you're too young to vote") in a deep-bass voice . campus venue at which it was recorded, the University Refectory. On 17 June 2006, over 36 years after the original concert, The Who returned to perform at the Refectory, at a gig organised by Andy Kershaw.
The Who - Summertime Blues c/w Shakin' All Over 7" JAPAN 45 Nippon Grammophon.
The Who - Summertime Blues. Fillmore East (New York, NY), 04/06/1968. By Paste Magazine November 5, 2006. They close their set this night with another propulsive jam on "Shakin' All Over," again letting the music propel the band through several pulverizing jams, including spontaneous flailing of riffs familiar from other songs. Again, the raw energy is astounding. This and the previous night's performance must have gone a long way towards cementing their reputation in New York City. The Who Announce First New Album in 13 Years, North American Tour By Montana Martin January 14, 2019 11:31am. Woodstock's Original Cofounder Announces 50th Anniversary Festival By Clare Martin January 9, 2019 3:46pm. 50th Anniversary of Woodstock to be Celebrated by New Festival By Emma Korstanje December 28, 2018 12:04pm.
Summertime Blues" 3. "Shakin' All Over" 4. The Who played "Summertime Blues" as a staple of their concerts from their early days up to 1976, with intermittent appearances thereafter It has not been played since the death of bassist John Entwistle in 2002 It was performed during the 1967 US tour, from which the first known Who recordings of the song were made, including a June 1967 date at the. Monterey Pop Festival
Band Name The Who. Album Name Summertime Blues. Data de lançamento 1970. Labels Polydor Decca Track Records. Estilo de MúsicaRock. Membros têm este álbum0. Other productions from The Who. Endless Wire.
San Francisco band Blue Cheer released a crude and distorted cover of Eddie Cochran's classic "Summertime Blues", from their 1968 debut album Vincebus Eruptum, that outlined much of the later hard rock and heavy metal sound. AC/DC Aerosmith Psychedelic rock Deep Purple Blues rock. His fourth album was titled Who I Am, and it contained four number one hits: a cover of the Eddie Cochran standard "Summertime Blues", followed by "Livin' on Love", "Gone Country" and "I Don't Even Know Your Name". Country music Grand Ole Opry Here in the Real World (song) Arista Nashville Here in the Real World. Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 (The Who album). The Who also performed some live staples such as "Substitute", "My Generation", "Magic Bus", "I Can't Explain", and the perennial covers of "Shakin' All Over" and "Summertime Blues".
Shot of Rhythm N' Blues.