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Mirror Door - The Who - Endless Wire (CD, Album)

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  1. John "Rabbit" Bundrick - organo Hammond in Sound Round, Pick Up the Peace, Mirror Door Simon Townshend - cori in Sound Round, Pick Up the Peace, Endless Wire Peter Huntington - batteria in It's Not Enough, Sound Round, Pick Up the Peace, Endless Wire, We Got a Hit, They Made My Dream Come True, Mirror Door.
  2. The Who retired following their farewell tour but like Frank Sinatra's frequent retreats from the stage, it was not a permanent goodbye. Seven years later, the band -- Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey and John Entwistle; that is, Keith Moon's replacement Kenny Jones wasn't invited back -- embarked on a reunion tour, and ever since then the band was a going vatenlosoftempsorireneccaeliro.xyzinfo: $
  3. The album features extended stand-alone versions of 2 of the mini-opera's segments, "Endless Wire" and "We Got A Hit." They are placed at the end of the CD, immediately following "Wire & Glass" itself. At least 2 other tracks on the CD, "Fragments" and "In The Ether," also closely parallel various elements and themes from the mini-opera.
  4. Nov 16,  · And in Endless Wire, the first Who album of new songs since ’s It’s Hard, “Mirror Door,” that sums up Townshend’s lifetime pursuit of the nirvana in rock, particularly that of.
  5. Album Endless Wire. Mirror Door Lyrics [Verse 1] If you don't hear me, how can I tell you Who will walk through the mirror door [Chorus] [Verse 3] A thousand angels, a million children.
  6. Who - Endless Wire music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  7. Oct 30,  · Editors’ Notes For the expanded edition of Endless Wire, The Who add seven live tracks from their performance at Lyon in While hardcore Who fans who insist on Keith Moon’s presence or at least John Entwistle’s need not apply, the performances do show Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend leading an able cast through a solid mix of cool Who tracks.
  8. Opening with a synth riff that strongly recalls, if not directly quotes, the famed loop underpinning "Baba O'Reilly," Endless Wire often hearkens back to previous Who albums in its themes, structure, and sound. The "Baba O'Reilly" riff pops up in "Fragments," the pummeling triplets of "The Punk Meets the Godfather" resurface in "Mike Post Theme.".
  9. Mirror Door; Tea & Theatre; We Got A Hit (Extended Version) Endless Wire (Extended Version) Recorded at Pete Townshend’s home studio and Eel Pie Oceanic between autumn and summer , Endless Wire was the first album of new material to be released by The Who since It’s Hard .

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