Category: Classic Rock

Anyway Anyhow Anywhere - The Who - I Cant Explain (Vinyl)


  1. Arashizshura says:
    Double Vinyl LP Label UMC / Polydor. Tracklisting. Side A 1. Zoot Suit (as The High Numbers) 2. I Can’t Explain 3. Anyway Anyhow Anywhere 4. My Generation 5. Substitute 6. I’m A Boy. Side B 1. Happy Jack 2. Pictures Of Lily 3. I Can See For Miles 4. Magic Bus 5. Pinball Wizard. Side C 1. The Seeker 2. Won’t Get Fooled Again (single edit) 3.
  2. Kagalkree says:
    Background "I Can't Explain" was the A-side of the group's first single as the Who; its predecessor, "Zoot Suit"/"I'm the Face," was released under the name the High Numbers. In the album's liner notes, Townshend noted the song's similarity to the contemporaneous hit "All Day and All of the Night" by the Kinks: "It can't be beat for straightforward Kink copying.
  3. Mushura says:
    This comp was released in the s, before The Who had been ludicrously over-compiled. I like this collection, even though it omits 'I Can't Explain' and 'Anyway Anyhow Anywhere' (it's worth remembering that the album started off as a vinyl album, and those tracks were obviously omitted for space reasons) - I think it's the only place where you can get the single edit of 'Won't Get Fooled Again'/5(10).
  4. Tygotaur says:
    7" Single on 45cat: The Who - Anyway Anyhow Anywhere / Anytime You Want Me - Decca - USA -
  5. Nikojora says:
    I Can't Explain/Bald Headed Woman - Italy - Decca 45 (Promo) Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere/Daddy Rolling Stone - Decca 45 My Generation/Shout And Shimmy - Decca
  6. Meshura says:
    Overview Composition "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere" features a significant similarity to "Out in the Street", which appears on their debut album My gardanakalenfefyn.xyzinfo songs feature a three-chord strum before "blasting into an uptempo rhythm"; Despite this, "Out in the Street" is a marginally older song, and both tracks originates from the same recording sessions between 13 and 14 April
  7. Kazrajar says:
    Jan 13,  · The first issue from France mistakenly spells "Bald" as "Blad" on the front and rear cover, but this was corrected on the 2nd issue and fortunately I have both sleeves. What is really unique about this ep is that it is still the only source for the mono 'Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere' track with the alternate vocal version/5(14).
  8. Shami says:
    I Can't Explain Happy Jack I Can See For Miles Magic Bus Long Live Rock Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere Young Man (Blues) My Wife Baba O'Reilly LP2. A Quick One Tommy, Can You Hear Me? Sparks Pinball Wizard See Me, Feel Me Medley: Join Together / Road Runner / My Generation Blues Won't Get Fooled Again ×.

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