Category: Classic Rock

Long Live Rock - The Who - The Kids Are Alright (Cassette, Album)

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  1. The Kids Are Alright highlights the Who’s fifteen-year career, from silent footage at London’s Scene Club in to the final concert with Moon at Shepperton Film Studios in
  2. The Kids Are Alright is a soundtrack album by the British rock band The Who, a companion to the band's documentary film of the same name. As compilation album, it serves as a retrospective look at the band's biggest hits throughout their career to the point it was released.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Dolby Cassette release of The Kids Are Alright on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: 2x, Cassette Album, Deluxe Edition, Stereo Dolby • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Soundtrack, Classic Rock.
  4. Nov 16,  · Long Live Rock (Remixed Album Version) Artist The Who; Licensed to YouTube by Long Live Rock - The Who - Toronto p - .
  5. The Kids Are Alright Lyrics: I don't mind / Other guys dancing with my girl / That's fine / I know 'em all pretty well / But I know sometimes I must get out in the light / Better leave her behind.
  6. Long Live Rock This song is by The Who and appears on the compilation album Odds And Sods () on the album The Kids Are Alright ().
  7. The key thing to consider when listening to The Who's "The Kids Are Alright" is that this particular album is the soundtrack for Jeff Stein's very fine documentary film about the band. Accordingly, the listener who fires up this album on CD, or via download, gets to hear some great music, but misses out on the accompanying visuals/5(97).
  8. The Kids Are Alright is a rockumentary film about the English rock band the Who, including live performances, promotional films and interviews from to It notably features the band's last performance with original drummer Keith Moon, filmed at Shepperton Studios in May , three months before his death.
  9. It was featured during the credits of seminal Who documentary, The Kids Are Alright. A live version recorded by The Who at the BBC was released on their album BBC Sessions. The song was to have been included on the album Rock Is Dead—Long Live Rock!, before that was shelved. The lyrics describe a concert at the Rainbow Theatre.

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