Pete Townshend - The Iron Man: The Interview with Pete Townshend album flac
Title: The Iron Man: The Interview with Pete Townshend
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The three then-surviving members of The Who (Daltrey, John Entwistle, and Townshend) performed as a group in two songs, "Dig" and "Fire", although the latter was not penned by Townshend.
Tracklist: 1. I Won’t Run Anymore, 2. Over The Top, 3. Man Machines, 4. Dig, 5. A Friend Is A Friend, 6. I Eat Heavy Metal, 7. All Shall Be Well, 8. Was There Life, 9. Fast Food, 10. A Fool Say. 11. Fire, 12. New Life, Reprise. More albums from Pete Townshend: The Oceanic Concerts by Pete Townshend. Happy Birthday by Pete Townshend. Scoop 3 by Pete Townshend. Life House Elements by Pete Townshend. Rough Mix by Pete Townshend. An Exclusive Interview With Pete Townshend by Pete Townshend. White City (A Novel) by Pete Townshend. Scoop by Pete Townshend.
Other productions from Pete Townshend.
More Pete Townshend albums. Pete Townshend albums. White City (A Novel). 9. All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes.
Pete Townshend - Was There Life 04:19. Pete Townshend - I Eat Heavy Metal 04:01. Pete Townshend - Dig 04:04. Pete Townshend - Fast Food 04:26. Pete Townshend - New Life 06:00.
TAGS: pete townshend The Who. Townshend turns 70 on May 19: he is just over a year younger than Daltrey. In the afterward to Who I Am, Townshend writes self-deprecatingly about the ageing process. I am growing old of course, he noted (then still a mere 67). But I am still in the early stages of disintegration. Is that still the case? It feels like an ongoing process. Probably because of my days at Faber, I remember Eliot’s letters, and Ted Hughes: what do we do with The Iron Man from the Young Vic production? That kind of thinking. And the way Ahmet Ertegun and Jaan Wenner wanted to turn the Rock’n’Roll Hall Of Fame into a legitimate museum of music. They only want to hear the old work. This starts for artists with their third album, as a rule. Can you envisage a day when you stop entirely? No.
Pete TOWNSHEND of The Who playing acoustic guitar at his flat in London, England on April 23rd, 1968. This is the conclusion of the Rolling Stone Interview with Pete Townshend, guitarist, composer and leader of the Who. In the first part of the interview he spoke of his guitar smashing techniques, why he does it, the mod revolution in England and narrated the story of his next record, an opera titled Deaf, Dumb and Blind Boy. The interview was conducted by Jann Wenner one night after the Who’s recent appearance at the Fillmore West
A Friend Is A Friend. Drums – Charlie MorganPiano – John Bundrick. 7. –Pete Townshend With Deborah Conway And Chyna. Drums – Charlie Morgan.
|A||Questions & Answers (Unbanded)||24:10|
|B||Answers Only (Banded)||22:22|