9 thoughts on Happy Jack - The Who - Whos Better Whos Best (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Tojam   Vugis
    The vinyl reissue is amazing. There is no product description but the album has been remastered at Abbey Road studios, these songs have never sounded so good (on vinyl anyway, I don't have them in other formats, so I can't say). A great sonic upgrade if you have an older LP and love The Who/5(98).
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  2. Groran   Naramar
    The Who made their first appearance on the US album chart on 20 May , but only after a delayed release and a title change to Happy Jack.
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  3. Voodoogar   JoJoshakar
    Who Happy - The Jack T-Shirt Mens Adult Adult Mens Who Jack Happy T-Shirt The - $ Travis - The Man Who (20th Anniversary Edition) [New Vinyl LP] With CD Travis - The.
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  4. Dizshura   Yozshurg
    Oct 14,  · Written by Pete Townshend Recorded at IBC Studios, November The electric version of 'Happy Jack' reached #3 in the UK charts in December .
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  5. Zolokasa   Faum
    NOT NEWER REISSUE!!! NOT GRAM!! This is a RARE double LP of THE WHO SELL OUT and A QUICK ONE (happy jack). Super nice sounding tan MCA label copy, marked MCA Vinyl is shiny, EXCELLENT, sounds great, nice dynamic range. Gatefold cover shows shelf wear, solid. Ships rapidly from St. Louis Missouri/5(11).
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  6. Nejind   Arashigore
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Who's Better, Who's Best on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCA • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Club Edition • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Arena Rock/5.
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  7. Nikobei   Kagashakar
    THE WHO Whos Better Whos Best ( UK track vinyl compilation LP gatefold picture sleeve with a plethora of photographs back catalogue artwork and biographical details inside. The sleeve displays minimal shelfwear & the vinyl has just the odd scuff leaving it excellent WTV1)/5(52).
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  8. Akinosida   Julkis
    The Who was there at the creation of sixties rock, or so it seems in retrospect. Certainly this very talented band, with Peter Townshend, John Entwhistle, Keith Moon, and Roger Daltry all contributing artistically to the strength of the group, was in the spotlight most of the time by the late s, and their creative juices were often exercised in pursuit of a number of artistic activities/5(8).
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  9. Midal   Mektilar
    Jul 29,  · The album, which marked the starting point for a whole new generation of fans, is now pressed on bright red gram vinyl. The set was remastered by Pete Townshend 's brother-in-law and longtime Who associate Jon Astley with a half-speed remastering by Miles Showell at Abbey Road.
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