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Who (The) – Ready Steady Who Three EP Vinyl 7″ (Very Limited) RSD2017

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Who (The) – Ready Steady Who Three EP Vinyl 7″ (Very Limited) RSD2017

Already 1966 has been a busy year for the Who! They have taken their unique mix of pop and r’n’b all over the UK, from The Two Puddings Club, Stratford to the Coed Eva Community College, Cwmbran and all points in between. And now it’s time to extend the entente cordial across the channel to show les mods what they’re missing! Our boys are in sparkling form here on rockin’ versions of recent chart hits Substitute and My Generation, backed by a lively take on Dancing In The Street (Martha and the Vandellas). Not forgetting Barbara Ann (the Beach Boys), a showcase for Keith Moon’s inimitable singing style as well as his love for everything surf-related. So West Coast pop, Detroit soul and West London raunch – the ingredients for a tasty rock’n’roll stew, which we hope will get your taste buds watering! Bon Appetit… All tracks recorded live for ORTF on 31/3/66 at the Music Hall de France, d’Ailleurs, Issy-les-Moulineaux. Side A 1. Substitute (Townshend) 2. Dancing In The Street (Gaye / Stevenson / Hunter) Side B 1. Barbara Ann (Fassert) 2. My Generation (Townshend)

Additional Information

Weight 100 g