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The Who - Ready Steady Who 3 album flac Performer: The Who
Title: Ready Steady Who 3
Released: 2017
MP3 album: 1488 mb
FLAC album: 1699 mb
Rating: 4.6
Genre: Rock

Ready Steady Who is the first 7" EP by The Who, released only in the UK on 11 November 1966, about a month prior to their album A Quick One. The title refers to a Ready Steady Go! TV special the band had recently appeared in, but the EP contains different recordings from those performed on the TV show

Originally released in 1966 with ca. r. Matrix, Runout (Side A): WHO 7 A2 MPO. Matrix, Runout (Side B): WHO 7 B2 MPO. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat.

Album Name Ready Steady Who. Type EP. Released date 1966. Labels Polydor Reaction Records. Members owning this album0. Other productions from The Who. Endless Wire.

Artist: The Who Genre: Rock Release Date: 04/22/2017 Label: 1960's Records Catalog Number: REP 12 Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl 7" Note: Limit One Per Customer. Ready Steady Who 3 (7").

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Ready Steady Who is a 7" EP by The Who, released only in the UK on 11 November 1966. The title refers to a Ready Steady Go! TV special the band had recently appeared in, but the EP contains different recordings to those performed on the TV show. These consist of two original songs by Pete Townshend, as well as covers of the theme from the Batman TV series and Jan and Dean's "Bucket T". Also included is a cover of The Regents' "Barbara Ann", a song whose famous arrangement by The Beach Boys The Who follows more closely  . THE WHO Circles from Ready Steady Who EP 1966. Paul Oakenfold - Ready, Steady, Go (Video). The Who - Circles (1966).

The Who were by now the ultimate superpop singles band and the savage energy and precision of this performance makes up for the distinctly lo-fi nature of the recording. the Who! Label 1960's Records. Genre 60s & 70s. Released 21/04/18. Featured in: Record Store Day 2018 Titles, Record Store Day 2018. More from The Who. My Generation.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Substitute
Written By – Pete Townshend
A2 Dancing In The Street
Written-By – Hunter*, Gaye*, Stevenson*
B1 Barbara Ann
Written-By – Fassert*
B2 My Generation
Written By – Pete Townshend


Record Store Day 2017
In a flipback picture sleeve
"mono REP 12"
From jacket:
"All tracks recorded live for ORTF on 31/3/66 at the Music Hall de France, d'Ailleurs, Issy-les-Moulineaux"
"Already 1966 has been a busy year for the Who! They have taken their unique mix of pop and r'n'b all over the UK, from The Two Puddings Club, Stratford to the Coed Eva Community College, Cwmbran and all points in between. And now it's time to extend the entente cordial across the channel to show les mods what they're missing! Our boys are in sparkling form here on rockin' versions of recent chart hits Substitute and My Generation, backed by a lively take on Dancing In The Street (Martha and the Vandellas). Not forgetting Barbara Ann (the Beach Boys), a showcase for Keith Moon's inimitable singing style as well as his love for everything surf-related. So West Coast pop, Detroit soul and West London raunch - the ingredients for a tasty rock'n'roll stew, which we hope will get your taste buds watering! Bon Appetit..."
"Simon Wright (with thanks to Francis Hitching, Andy Neill and Matt Kent)

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Comments: (1)
this was another beautiful 60s sleeve released on april 22 2017 for rsd in the uk, this very mid 60s style 45 is housed in a beautiful flipback sleeve with a great shot of the band ( circa 1965) on the front sleeve, last year in 2016 a similar ep was released called ready steady who two, THIS IS READY STEADY WHO THREE and consists of 4 killer live tracks recorded in france in early 1966, the 4 tracks recorded on this ep where typical of a who set at that time as they loved to cover dancing in the street and babara ann starting in 1964 when they where the high numbers, anyway this sleeve could have been printed in 1966 but obviously for rsd they make it look that way, i cant say how many of these where pressed but im going to guess anywhere from 500 to 1000, im sure next year there will be a ready steady who four ep but we have to wait another year.............