- Performer:The Who
- Title:Live: Featuring Rock Opera Tommy
- Style:Album Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Hard Rock,Rock & Roll
- Date of release:1990
- Size FLAC version1969 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1333 megabytes
- Size WMA version1755 megabytes
- Formats:AA AC3 MP4 DXD APE WAV
Live: Featuring Rock Opera Tommy. The Who. Live: Featuring Rock Opera Tommy. CD - Sony Music Distribution
Tommy Orchestral, a new live, orchestral recording of The Who's classic Tommy album, will be released by Roger Daltrey on 14 June on Polydor. Tommy Orchestral was recorded in Budapest and in Bethel in upstate New York, the scene of the first Woodstock festival 50 years ago, where The Who famously performed at one of the most seminal live events in rock history. The album was produced by Daltrey and Keith Levenson, who worked on the touring version of the Tommy musical.
Lifehouse was a science fiction rock opera by the Who intended as a follow-up to Tommy. It was abandoned as a rock opera in favour of creating the traditional rock album Who's Next, though its songs would appear on various albums and singles by the Who, as well as Pete Townshend's solo albums. In 1978, aspects of the Lifehouse project were revisited by the Who on Who Are You. In 2000, Townshend revived the Lifehouse concept with his set Lifehouse Chronicles and the sampler Lifehouse Elements
Tommy, the original album, remains a cornerstone of rock culture as music’s most famous rock opera. It’s one of the Who’s most commercially successful albums, having sold more than 20 million copies. If Tommy’s reputation has since been downgraded from masterpiece (because of Pete’s pretensions or some silly plot-connector songs), it’s partially because Townshend topped himself in 1973 with the Who’s more substantial Quadrophenia. One rock opera is never enough. The Who Albums Ranked. Next: Top 10 Who Songs.
Vocals, Tommy Walker, Mr. Walker, Mrs. Walker, Narrator, Specialist. Guitars & Vocals, Mr. Walker, Narrator.
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Though the Who has denied that the album was a major influence on its better-known 1969 rock opera, ''Tommy,'' Mr. May and many rock cognoscenti disagree. 'You've got the opening of 'Pinball Wizard' completely there, in 'Old Man Going,' '' he said, comparing the Pete Townshend song to his. Despite lyrics like ''You might be the loneliest person in the world/You'll never be as lonely as me,'' the Pretty Things did not have a reputation as Britain's most sensitive residents.
CreditsPhil Collins - Guest Artist
John Entwistle - Composer
Billy Idol - Guest Artist
Elton John - Guest Artist
Patti LaBelle - Guest Artist
Michael Pillot - Producer
Pete Townshend - Composer
The Who - Primary Artist
Steve Winwood - Guest Artist
|1||Substitute Pete Townshend||The Who|
|2||I Can See For Miles Pete Townshend||The Who|
|3||Baba O'Riley Pete Townshend||The Who|
|4||Face the Face Pete Townshend||The Who|
|5||Love Reign O'er Me Pete Townshend||The Who|
|6||Boris the Spider John Entwistle||The Who|
|7||Dig Pete Townshend||The Who|
|8||Join Together Pete Townshend||The Who|
|9||Rough Boys Pete Townshend||The Who|
|10||You Better You Bet Pete Townshend||The Who|
|11||Behind Blue Eyes Pete Townshend||The Who|
|12||Won't Get Fooled Again Pete Townshend||The Who|
|13||Who Are You Pete Townshend||The Who|