“Who’s Next” by The Who - album review

TJR says

Power Rock! Yeah! Not really. Some of this noodling and screaming does my nut in tbh. Popular opinion holds that The Who constantly improved from '65, peaking right here with “Who's Next”. Me? I'd say it was exactly the opposite; they've been on the slide since “My Generation”; from punk brilliance to theatre rock bores. They're not entirely a lost cause though, as the bookends demonstrate; “Baba O'Riley” justifies the bombast and the stones-esque “Won’t Get Fooled Again” has some meaty charm. All in all, not for this Jukebox Rebel.

The Jukebox Rebel
26-Jan-2016

A1 [05:08] 6.5.png The Who - Baba O’Riley (Pete Townshend) Rock
A2 [05:34] 5.4.png The Who - Bargain (Pete Townshend) Prog
A3 [02:10] 4.3.png The Who - Love Ain’t For Keeping (Pete Townshend) Folk Rock / Americana
A4 [03:41] 5.0.png The Who - My Wife (John Entwistle) Rock
A5 [06:14] 4.1.png The Who - The Song Is Over (Pete Townshend) Prog
B1 [04:50] 3.4.png The Who - Getting In Tune (Pete Townshend) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
B2 [03:42] 4.8.png The Who - Going Mobile (Pete Townshend) Rock
B3 [03:42] 4.0.png The Who - Behind Blue Eyes (Pete Townshend) Rock
B4 [08:32] 6.5.png The Who - Won’t Get Fooled Again (Pete Townshend) Rock




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