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|Record Label:||Universal Distribution||Style:||British Invasion|
|Number of Discs:||2||Artist:||The Who|
|Release Year:||2,002||Release Date:||06/11/2002|
1. I Can't Explain
2. Anyhow, Anywhere Anyway
3. My Generation
4. The Kids Are Alright
5. A Legal Matter
7. I'm a Boy
8. Boris the Spider
9. Happy Jack
10. Pictures of Lily
11. I Can See for Miles
12. Call Me Lightning
13. The Magic Bus
14. Pinball Wizard
15. I'm Free
16. Feel Me See Me
17. The Seeker
18. Summertime Blues
19. My Wife
20. Baba O'Riley
1. Behind Blue Eyes
2. Won't Get Fooled Again
3. Let's See Action (Nothing Is Everything)
4. Pure and Easy
5. Join Together
6. Long Live Rock
7. The Real Me
9. Love Reign O'Er Me
10. Squeeze Box
11. Who Are You
12. Sister Disco
13. You Better You Bet
14. Eminence Front
2. I'm a Boy
3. Happy Jack - (previously unreleased)
4. Magic Bus
Initial pressings of THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION included a limited edition bonus disc featuring four previously unreleased tracks.The Who: Roger Daltrey (vocals, harmonica); Pete Townsend (guitar, keyboards, background vocals); John Entwistle (bass, background vocals);Keith Moon, Kenney Jones (drums).Producers include: Shel Talmy, The Who, Kit Lambert, Glyn Johns, Jon Astley.Compilation producers: Andy McKaie, Bill Levenson.Recorded between November 1964 and June 1982. Includes liner notes by Matt Kent and Andy Neill.Personnel: Pete Townshend (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Roger Daltrey (vocals, harmonica); Keith Moon (vocals, drums); John Entwistle (vocals); Kenney Jones (drums).Audio Remasterer: Jon Astley.Recording information: Advision Studios, London, England (11/1964-06/1982); CBS Studios, London, England (11/1964-06/1982); Eel Pie Studios, Berkshire, England (11/1964-06/1982); Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA (11/1964-06/1982); IBC Studios, London, England (11/1964-06/1982); Island Mobile, Shepperton Studios (11/1964-06/1982); Morgan Studios, London, England (11/1964-06/1982); Odyssey Studios, London, England (11/1964-06/1982); Olympic Sound Studios, London, England (11/1964-06/1982); Olympic Studios, London, England (11/1964-06/1982); Pye Mobile, Leeds University (11/1964-06/1982); Pye Studios, London, England (11/1964-06/1982); Ramport Studios, London, England (11/1964-06/1982); Regent Sound Studios, London, England (11/1964-06/1982); Talentmasters, New York, NY (11/1964-06/1982); The Rolling Stones' Mobile, Stargroves, Berkshire, Engl (11/1964-06/1982); Turn Up-Down Studios, Surrey, England (11/1964-06/1982); Advision Studios, London, England (1964-1982); CBS Studios, London, England (1964-1982); Eel Pie Studios, Berkshire, England (1964-1982); Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA (1964-1982); IBC Studios, London, England (1964-1982); Island Mobile, Shepperton Studios (1964-1982); Morgan Studios, London, England (1964-1982); Odyssey Studios, London, England (1964-1982); Olympic Sound Studios, London, England (1964-1982); Olympic Studios, London, England (1964-1982); Pye Mobile, Leeds University (1964-1982); Pye Studios, London, England (1964-1982); Ramport Studios, London, England (1964-1982); Regent Sound Studios, London, England (1964-1982); Talentmasters, New York, NY (1964-1982); The Rolling Stones' Mobile, Stargroves, Berkshire, Engl (1964-1982); Turn Up-Down Studios, Surrey, England (1964-1982).Photographers: Michael Putland; Neal Preston; Graham Hughes; Jim Cummins; Barry Wentzell; Tom Wright.When it comes to a ground-breaking, iconic band like the Who, dubbing an anthology THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION is no small claim. The kicker here is that it happens to be the truth. Without venturing into the realm of the box set, there's never been such a definitive batch of Who tunes all under one roof before. Virtually all the bases are covered here, from such attitude-laden mid-'60s mod anthems as "My Generation" and "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere" to the conceptual expansiveness of TOMMY-era tunes ("I'm Free," "See Me Feel Me"). We get the full-on long-haired, bare-chested glory of the early '70s ("Won't Get Fooled Again") as well as the tapered, synth-flecked smartness of the early '80s ("Eminence Front," "You Better You Bet." For someone looking for an entry point into the work of this larger-than-life group, or just somebody who wants a great all-purpose who disc, THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION is truly a case of truth in advertising. Get one.
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Excellent selection of songs! Excellent sound quality! Do recommend for the "WHO" fan!!!!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: estocks_usa
Not as described.
Didn't get a bonus disc as described, only the two regular CDs in the collection. The regular two CD collection is avaliable from many vendors, I orederd this one thinking it included the bonus disc which it did not. It is a good collection of The Who though.
All The Who You Need
If you are just starting out as a Who fan, this will get you started well...
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: jb2492
Who are you?
I decided to buy this because I had just viewed The Kennedy Center Awards program that included a long segment for The Who...which now is only Pete Townsend and Roger Daltry...but it was so dynamic that it jolted me into realizing just how much I love their music. This is THE comprehensive collection of their best writing outshined only by the monumental and in my opinion Best Rock LP of all time "Who's Next". The thing that sealed the deal was the showing of The Who coming out of a long sabbatical after 9/11 and giving possibly the performance of their lives in honor of the bravest men in the U.S., the firefighters and police officers of New York City. I get chills just writing about it.
"Long Live Rock" and LONG LIVE THE WHO!
*WARNING,.Listening to this music while driving,.Gets you speeding tickets.
It just doesn't get any better than this,..I have been a huge WHO FAN for many years,..They still rock. Some of the all time best musicians in the business,..20 years from now I will still enjoy their music,..If I live that long. You will not be disappointed,..Warning,..Don't drive your car while you listen to this music,..you might get a speeding ticket.