From Plant Rock.
The Who’s 1979 soundtrack albums ‘The Kids Are Alright’ and ‘Quadrophenia’ are being reissued on vinyl this spring.
The double heavyweight vinyl editions will both be released on Friday 6th March 2020 and are available to pre-order by clicking the links below.
‘The Kids Are Alright’ was originally released on 8th June 1979 as a companion to The Who’s rockumentary film of the same name, directed by Jeff Stein.
Boasting an iconic front cover – shot by photographer Art Kane at the Carl Shurz Monument in New York – ‘The Kids Are Alright’ features three live songs from Woodstock; ‘Sparks’, ‘Pinball Wizard’ and ‘See Me, Feel Me.’
Other highlights include 1960s TV performances of ‘Magic Bus’ and ‘Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere’, and live and rare versions of ‘My Generation’, ‘I Can’t Explain’, ‘I Can See for Miles’ and ‘Baba O’Riley’.
>> Pre-order ‘The Kids Are Alright’ <<
Not to be confused with the rock opera album of the same name, October 1979’s ‘Quadrophenia’ is the soundtrack album to the 1979 film Quadrophenia (itself a reference to the 1973 rock opera), which was directed by Franc Roddam and starred Phil Daniels, Leslie Ash, Ray Winstone and Sting.
The album includes 13 Who tracks, including ‘5:15’, ‘Love Reign O’er Me’ and ‘Bell Boy’ others – several of which were re-recorded and remixed exclusively for the soundtrack.
‘Quadrophenia’ also features three tracks not featured on the original 1973 album – ‘Get Out And Stay Out’, ‘Four Faces’ and ‘Joker James’, plus other classic tracks from the 60s mod era by James Brown, Booker T & The MGs, The Ronettes, The Crystals, The Cascades, The Kingsmen and The Chiffons.
>> Pre-order ‘Quadrophenia’ <<
Both of the vinyl albums cost £23, however you can order both from Townsend Music for £44.
>> Pre-order ‘The Kids Are Alright’ and ‘Quadrophenia’ <<
‘The Kids Are Alright’ double vinyl track-listing is as follows:
1 .My Generation (The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, 15 September 1967)
2. I Can’t Explain (Twickenham Film Studios, 3 August 1965)
3. Happy Jack (Leeds University, 14 February 1970)
4. I Can See for Miles (The Smothers Brothers Show, 15 September 1967)
5. Magic Bus (Beat-Club, 12 October 1968)
6. Long Live Rock (Olympic Studios, Barnes, London, 5 June 1972)
1. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (Ready Steady Go! 1 July 1965)
2. Young Man Blues (Coliseum, London, 14 December 1969)
3. My Wife (Gaumont State Theatre, Kilburn, London, 15 December 1977)
4. Baba O’Riley (Shepperton Studios, London, 25 May 1978)
1. A Quick One, While He’s Away (The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus film, recorded on 11 December 1968)
2. Tommy Can You Hear Me? (Beat-Club, 27 September 1969)
3. Sparks (Woodstock Music and Arts Fair, NY, 17 August 1969)
4. Pinball Wizard (Woodstock Music and Arts Fair, NY, 17 August 1969)
5. See Me, Feel Me (Woodstock Music and Arts Fair, NY, 17 August 1969)
1. Join Together/Road Runner/My Generation Blues (Medley) (Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, Michigan on 6 December 1975)
2 .Won’t Get Fooled Again (Shepperton Film Studios, London, 25 May 1978)
The ‘Quadrophenia’ double vinyl track-listing is as follows:
1. I Am The Sea
2. The Real Me
3. I’m One
4. Love Reign O’er Me
1. Bell Boy
2. I’ve Had Enough
3. Helpless Dancer
4. Doctor Jimmy
1. Zoot Suit (The High Numbers)
2. Hi Heel Sneakers (Cross Section)
3. Get Out And Stay Out
4. Four Faces
5. Joker James
6. The Punk and The Godfather
1. Night Train (James Brown)
2. Louie Louie (The Kingsmen)
3. Green Onions (Booker T & The MGs)
4. Rhythm of the Rain (The Cascades)
5. He’s So Fine (The Chiffons)
6. Be My Baby (The Ronettes)
7. Da Doo Ron Ron (The Crystals)
The Who also head out on a headline UK arena tour in March and April 2020. Tickets are on sale from Planet Rock Tickets now.
They play the following shows:
Manchester Arena – 16th
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena – 21st
Glasgow The SSE Hydro – 23rd
Leeds First Direct Arena – 25th
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena – 30th
Birmingham Resorts World Arena – 1st
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena – 3rd
Liverpool M&S Bank Arena – 6th
London The SSE Arena, Wembley – 8th
>> Click here to buy tickets <<
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- The Who - Live At Leeds - 1st Black - Complete - Tuesday Poster - VG - UK - vinyl LP - £350.00, $434.00, €399.00 (New Item) (arrived 01-Apr-2023 09:43)on April 1, 2023 at 5:25 pm
THE WHO Live At Leeds (Rare 1970 UK first press 6-track LP with machine stamped A1/B1 matrices, recorded live at Leeds University on February 14th 1970, housed in the original gatefold 'bootleg' style stapled pocket sleeve with BLACK text on the front & complete with all twelve inserts including photos & repro band letters, receipts & lyrics. This copy comes with the early variant of the poster which has 'Tuesdays at the Marquee' text along the bottom [apparently limited to 300 copies], as compared to later issues which have 'Live At Leeds' text. The 'bootleg' style sleeve is Very Good & shows a bit of light discolouring & natural ageing around the edges & the staples remain untarnished with no writing. The poster remains unused & the original '0870' dated poly-lined inner completes the package. The vinyl is clean & grades VG+ with some light spindle marks & paper hairlines not affecting the sound. Playback reveals a killer band at their peak playing Led Zep at their own game! Although not mint, this is still a nice complete example of the very first pressing & increasingly in demand) #Top 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time
- The Who - The Story Of The Who - UK - 2-LP vinyl set - £15.00, $18.60, €17.10 (New Item) (arrived 27-Mar-2023 08:36)on April 1, 2023 at 5:25 pm
THE WHO The Story Of The Who (1976 UK 26-track double LP compilation, including classic tracks such as Magic Bus, Substitute, My Generation, Pictures Of Lily, I Can See For Miles, Pinball Wizard, Baba O'Riley, Won't Get Fooled Again & more. Comes housed in a matte gatefold picture sleeve with integral eight-page booklet. The sleeve shows the odd light crease and ring wear while the vinyl is clean & in Excellent condition with few signs of play)
- The Who - The Who By Numbers - Dutch - vinyl LP - £15.00, $18.60, €17.10 (New Item) (arrived 22-Mar-2023 10:55)on April 1, 2023 at 5:25 pm
THE WHO The Who By Numbers (1975 Dutch 10-track vinyl LP, housed in the UK-printed limited edition numbered dot-to-dot picture sleeve with artwork by John Entwistle. The sleeve shows minimal wear & the vinyl looks barely played)
- The Who - The Story Of The Who - Laminated - UK - 2-LP vinyl set - £25.00, $31.00, €28.50 (New Item) (arrived 22-Mar-2023 10:57)on April 1, 2023 at 5:25 pm
THE WHO The Story Of The Who (1976 UK first issue 26-track double vinyl LP compilation, housed in a front laminated gatefold picture sleeve with integral eight-page booklet. The sleeve shows a little shelfwear to the inside, but the vinyl looks barely played)
- The Who - Quadrophenia: Director's Cut - UK - cd album box set - £195.00, $241.80, €222.30 (New Item) (arrived 22-Mar-2023 18:02)on April 1, 2023 at 5:25 pm
THE WHO Quadrophenia (2011 UK Super Deluxe Edition SIX DISC Multi-Format set comprising featuring the 2011 remastered album across two discs, a 25-track two-disc collection of demo recordings from Pete Townshend plus a Bonus DVDcontaining the album remixed for 5.1 surround sound and a replica 7" vinyl single featuring the hit single '5.15' / 'Water'. The CD & DVD discs are mounted inside the front & back of the deluxe 100-page hardback book featuring a brand new 13,000 word essay by Pete Townshend along with a beautiful envelope containing the Bonus 7", a fold-out black & white poster and a set of six facsimile memorabilia 'inserts'!)
‘The Kids Are Alright’ was already recently re-released on Record Store Day, 21st April 2018.