Category: Rock

Happy Jack - The Who - The Ultimate Collection (CD)


  1. Happy Jack wasn't old, but he was a man He lived in the sand at the Isle of Man The kids would all sing, he would take the wrong key So they rode on his head on their furry donkey The kids couldn't hurt Jack They tried and tried and tried They dropped things on his back And lied and lied and lied and lied and lied But they couldn't stop Jack, or the waters lapping And they couldn't prevent.
  2. The stereo version was released in the U.S., Japan and Europe on LP and on CD in the U.S. in and on the The Who Ultimate Collection. Live versions are available on the videos Who Rocks America, The Who/Live featuring the rock opera Tommy and 30 Years of Maximum R&B and the CD The Blues To The Bush.
  3. A Quick One is the second studio album by the English rock band the Who, released on 9 December A version of the album with an altered track listing was released under the name Happy Jack on Decca Records in April in the United States, where the song "Happy Jack" was a top 40 hit.. Unlike other albums by the Who, where guitarist Pete Townshend was the primary or sole songwriter, A.
  4. Those owning one or more greatest-hits collections by this band won't get fooled again-this is the definitive collection, a track anthology that artfully mixes classics and rarities and documents them all with a page, full-color, photo-packed booklet containing a discography and group chronology.
  5. this was a great german cd single released back in at the same time as the cd two lp set was released, these tracks do not appear on the full length cd or two lp set as these are bonus bbc tracks there was no room for, there is still one track missing from these awesome sessions townshend would not allow to be released and that track is SO SAD ABOUT US done on the bbc in , the only.
  6. Amazing collection and worth having if you are a fan of The Who. The fIrst album has always been one of my favorites but the sound quality on the early releases always hindered what otherwise a brilliant album. This collection improves upon the release by including the missing guitar parts on songs like My Generation/5().
  7. Very happy after being scared of it.:) This album would, probably should be, their swan song. A great way to call it quits. It is a SOLID album unlike Endless Wire. To me Endless Wire sounded too much like Townshend demos. I enjoy listening him play virtually everything on the Scoop releases, but on a Who release, get real drummers and such/5().
  8. The Who Collection is a compilation album by The Who, released in It is notable for containing a unique remix of "Won't Get Fooled Again" and for being one of the few compact disc appearances of the extended version of "Magic Bus". The original vinyl release was a double LP package.
  9. May 15,  · This release has three unique catalogue numbers: - printed on packaging. - printed on CD 1. - printed on CD 2. Track Recorded at Pye Studios, London, November Track Recorded at IBC Studios, London, April /5(40).

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