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The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again FLAC
  • Performer The Who
  • Title Won't Get Fooled Again
  • Date of release Jun 1988
  • Country UK
  • Style Classic Rock
  • Label Polydor
  • Catalog number POCD 917, 887 576-2 Y
  • Other formats CD, Maxi-Single
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 2568 mb
  • Size FLAC 1024 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 129

Tracklist

1Boney Moronie
Engineer – Andrew Johns, JeremyMixed By – John JacobsMixed By [Assistant] – Lance PhillipsProducer – John Williams Songwriter – Williams
2Mary-Anne With The Shaky Hand
Songwriter – Pete Townshend
3Won't Get Fooled Again (Extended Version)
Producer – Glyn JohnsSongwriter – Pete Townshend
4Dancing In The Street
Mixed By – John JacobsMixed By [Assistant] – Lance PhillipsProducer – John Williams Songwriter – Gaye, Stevenson

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
POSP 917The Who Won't Get Fooled Again ‎(7", Single)PolydorPOSP 917UK1988
151.285The Who Won't Get Fooled Again ‎(12", Promo)JAWS Records 151.285UK1988
POSPX 917The Who Won't Get Fooled Again ‎(12", Maxi, Mono)PolydorPOSPX 917UK1988
100.178The Who Won't Get Fooled Again ‎(CD, Maxi)JAWS Records 100.178Benelux1988
145.423The Who Won't Get Fooled Again ‎(7", Single)JAWS Records 145.423Netherlands1988

Credits

  • DesignIcon London

Notes

Track 1:
From the album, cassette and compact disc "Who's Better Who's Best". Stereo.
Track 2:
Performed live and recorded on the Rolling Stones Mobile at the Young Vic on 26 April 1971.
Mixed at Air Studios on 12 april 1988. Stereo.
Track 3:
Performed live and recorded in Philadelphia on 13 December 1979.
Mixed at Air Studios on 12 april 1988. Stereo.
Track 4:
Performed live and recorded in New York, New York in 1967.
Cleaned up at Air Studios in April 1988. Mono.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 42288 75762 7

Companies

  • Recorded At – Young Vic
  • Mixed At – Air Studios

Album

Won't Get Fooled Again is a song by the English rock band The Who, written by Pete Townshend. It was released as a single in June 1971, reaching the top 10 in the UK, while the full eight-and-a-half-minute version appears as the final track on the band's 1971 album Who's Next, released that August. Townshend wrote the song as a closing number of the Lifehouse project, and the lyrics criticise revolution and power. To symbolise the spiritual connection he had found in music via the works of Meher. The Whos iconic anthem from 1971s Whos Next album performed here on B-Stage at Shepperton Studios on 25 May 1978 Filmed by Jeff Stein for the closing. Текст песни: Well be fighting in the streets With our children at our feet And the morals that they worship will be gone And the men who spurred us on Sit in judgement of all t Get Fooled Again - The Who. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Won't Get Fooled Again is a song by the rock band The Who. Written by Pete Townsend, it combines guitar power chords with heavily processed organ and synthesizer sounds to create a textured, atmospheric introduction that explodes into the verse. It tells of a revolution of revolutions in an endless cycle, where the change it had to come, we knew it all along but each successive new regime turns out to be just like the old one, so that straight away it's time once again to pick up my guitar and play, just like yesterday, then I' read mor. Won't Get Fooled Again was ranked song number one. Pete Townsend responded on his blog as follows: It is not precisely a song that decries revolution - it suggests that we will indeed fight in the streets - but that revolution, like all action can have results we cannot predict. the crowd at The Who concert they were playing that night was full of diehards requesting 'Wont Get Fooled Again'. it is still the CSI theme tune. Cled from Hitchin, United KingdomOnce read in an interview with Daltrey that it was written as a kind of ode to Harold Wilson, Britsh Prime Minister, who months earlier had been defeated in a general election by Ted Heath. Songs in album The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again 1971. The Who - Sensation. The Who - I Don't Even Know Myself. The Who - I'm Free. Possibly The Whos most famouspopular song, Wont Get Fooled Again was originally published as the final track on their 1971 release Whos Next. The song is notable for its length, prominent use of synthesizers along with Baba O'Riley, this song helped pioneer the usage of synthesizers in rock music for an emotive scream by singer Roger Daltrey at the end, which 30 years later became the start of the theme song for CSI:Miami. Pete came up with sounds, synthesizer basics, for tracks which were just unbelievable. Nobody had done it before in that way. Wont Get Fooled Again Track Info. PagesPublic figureBandThe Who InfoVideosThe Who - Won't Get Fooled Again. Узнай, на каком радио можно послушать трек The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again