Batman - The Who - A Quick One (CD, Album)

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  1. Dec 21,  · Liberty. Surf rock legends Jan and Dean (the musical duo made up of Jan Berry and Dean Torrence, perhaps most famous for their early hit, "Surf City") recorded a whole album of Batman-inspired songs in 's Jan and Dean Meet Batman, including the camtenttitildebiguladtingsunleroo.coally, the album would be the last one before Jan Berry got into a terrible car accident that stalled their careers (ironically, one .
  2. A Quick One is the second studio album by the English rock band the Who, released on 9 December A version of the album with an altered track listing was released under the name Happy Jack on Decca Records in April in the United States, where the song " Happy Jack " was a top 40 hit. Unlike other albums by the Who, where guitarist Pete Townshend was the primary or sole songwriter, A .
  3. Essentially, it all comes down to this: A Quick One is quite literally pure filler- for reasons that I've never quite understood (something to do with royalties) all four members of the band wrote at least one song for this album, and really, there's no logical reason for any member of the Who except Pete (and, very occasionally, John) to write a song. As a result, the band managed to produce about twenty minutes .
  4. Apr 13,  · A Quick One was originally released as Reaction on December 3, It reached #4 in the U.K. In the U.S. the release was held back until May The album was retitled Happy Jack partly because the 'Happy Jack' single had been a minor hit for The Who there and partly because Decca, their U.S. record company objected to the double entendre in the original title/5(60).
  5. Jul 31,  · A Quick One, While He's Away (Mono Version) · The Who A Quick One ℗ Polydor Ltd. (UK) Released on: Producer: Kit Lambert Composer Lyricist: Pete Townshend Auto-generated by YouTube.
  6. Sep 09,  · No idea. I believe the CD also used the "The Who" master in most cases, rather than the "A Quick One" master (which was likely copied from the "The Who" master). The master for "Best of Who vol. 2" would likely be better than the MCA CD for So Sad About Us (or even any MCA/Decca tapes), but I'm guessing nobody has bothered to locate it.
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  8. Subsequent CD's in this series (Sell Out, Tommy, Live at Leeds, etc.) include miniture copies of posters and inserts found in the original UK releases. In view of those efforts, this version of A Quick One could prove to be part of the definitive Who CD catalogue for sometime to come/5(11).

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