The Who - Meaty, Beaty, Big & Bouncy mp3 flac download
|Title:||Meaty, Beaty, Big & Bouncy|
|Date of release:||1971|
|MP3 album size:||1648 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1749 mb|
|Digital formats:||AHX ASF RA MPC VOX DXD WMA|
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Since it was released prior to Who's Next, it contains none of the group's album rock hits, but that's for the best - their '60s singles have a kinetic, frenzied power that the louder, harder AOR cuts simply couldn't touch. Also, there is such a distinct change in sound with Who's Next that the two eras don't quite sound right on one greatest-hits collection, as My Generation and Who's Better, Who's Best proved.
MEATY BEATY BIG & BOUNCY was the first Who compilation to be released in both the UK and US. With an attractive gatefold sleeve and a specially shot cover photo by Roger’s cousin Graham Hughes, it went a long way towards introducing new American fans to The Who’s early UK triumphs. In an article which Pete wrote for Rolling Stone, he described MEATY BEATY BIG & BOUNCY as the best ever Who album. Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy was re-issued on 180gram heavyweight vinyl in October 2017.
2014 compilation album by The Who. The Who Hits 50! Compilation album b. 1968 single (UK) Magic Bus: The Who on Tour (. ; extended version from Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy.
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The Rolling Stone Album Guide. Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy is a compilation album of singles by British rock band The Who, released in 1971 as Track 2406 006 in the UK and as Decca DL 79184 in the US. It entered the US Billboard 200 chart on 20 November 1971, peaking at number 11, and the UK chart on 3 December 1971, peaking at number 9. In 1987, Rolling Stone ranked it number 99 on their list of the 100 best albums of the period 1967–1987. The album's original title was The Who Looks Back.
On listening to this album, it’s very easy to imagine that the whole Who world has been made up of singles. Where Tommy and his lengthy and finally expatriated self come in, it’s hard to say. Probably nearer the time of the second album, A Quick One, or Happy Jack, as it was called in the States. Before we even approached the idea of making an album that was an expression of our own feelings, or in the case of the Happy Jack, an album expression of our own insanity, we believed only in singles. In the top ten records and pirate radio. We, I repeat, believed only in singles.
The Who’s most famous compilation covers their 1960s output, collecting their most popular singles at the time, along with album tracks Boris the Spider and I’m a Boy. This was also the first time that Substitute, The Seeker, and Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere had appeared on any album, while it was the first UK LP release for Magic Bus and Pictures of Lily. The record has been immensely and enduringly popular with fans and critics, and is certified Platinum by the RIAA. Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy Q&A.