Arrival of the Eyes - The Eyes

Arrival of the Eyes - The Eyes

These guys were hard rocking mod contemporaries of the Who. The had that same hard edge mod sound that the early Who had. I'm not sure why these guys did not make it as big. They should have! If you love the mod sound, then you really need to get this CD, price be damned. Look, you are really getting a bargain here, considering the vinyl of this goes for around $400 US. One of my fav. songs of all time is I'm Rowed Out! "I've got a gray suede coat and soul like fire...."

  • The hilarious new illustrated book "Goodnight Keith Moon" is an adult parody of the children's classic "Goodnight Moon" with the late and legendary The Who drummer in the title role. Illustrated to resemble the original bedtime st... The hilarious new illustrated book "Goodnight Keith Moon" is an adult parody of the children's classic "Goodnight Moon" with the late and legendary The Who drummer in the title role. Illustrated to resemble the original bedtime story, this one is complete with broken drumsticks, piles of vomit and even the ghost of Mama Cass.

  • Lord Kitchener wants you! The oft imitated "Lord Kitchener Wants You" graphic is paired here with The Who's classic bullseye/target logo.

  • Incredible (and inexpensive) The Who poster print conveys a simple message... loud and clear. Just waiting for your frame, measures approximately 24" x 36."

  • Still the best and still the most influential, The Who. How more English can you get? They became known for energetic live performances and have sold about 100 million records and have charted 27 top forty singles in the United K... Still the best and still the most influential, The Who. How more English can you get? They became known for energetic live performances and have sold about 100 million records and have charted 27 top forty singles in the United Kingdom. Joey Ramone was deeply influenced by this band.

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  • Very English, The Who baby!

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  • Perhaps the most famous of Hendrix's releases, he was at his PRIME when they recorded this version of Purple Haze. "When Jimi Hendrix walked onto the stage at Monterey he was relatively unknown in the United States. When he wal... Perhaps the most famous of Hendrix's releases, he was at his PRIME when they recorded this version of Purple Haze. "When Jimi Hendrix walked onto the stage at Monterey he was relatively unknown in the United States. When he walked off the stage, popular music had been completely transformed. The American debut of the Jimi Hendrix Experience at Monterey isn't just the most exciting live rock concert ever recorded; it's also one of the most significant moments in the history of modern American music. Hendrix took the music world completely by storm and turned it on its head. His influence today is greater than ever, 41 years after the fact. Days after the mind-boggling "set the guitar on fire" stunt, Hendrix was a household word. The set kicks off fast and hard with Killing Floor, one wonders how Mitch Mitchell (drums) could keep up without injuring himself. Next up, Foxey Lady, soon to be a standard. The treatment of Bob Dylan's beautiful ballad, Like A Rolling Stone, is compelling and soulful. Rock Me Baby is simply beyond belief; it throws off heat like a jet engine. A hard-edged version of Hey Joe comes next; it's blues all right, but psychedelic blues. By the time Hendrix gets to Can You See Me? it's clear that he and his cronies are all settled down and solidly in the groove, this one speeds past like a bullet. The Wind Cries Mary is handled gently and carefully, it's a great song and provides a welcome break from the mayhem. Purple Haze has never sounded ruder, more demented, and incoherent - it is riveting. If you have any imagination at all, think about what this music must have sounded like to people who'd been nursed on The Platters, The Four Freshmen, and The Beach Boys. We are now completely accustomed to the influence Hendrix has had and it's easy to forget that when this was recorded what Hendrix was doing wasn't merely new, it was earth shattering. As to the closer, Wild Thing, I remember the Troggs version, sort of a frat house crowd pleaser. Hendrix takes it into the stratosphere; in many ways it's the highlight of the performance. Burning the guitar was theatrical genius, really, after you've just invaded the greatest nation on earth and conquered it in one night, what else is there to do?" Review by El Lagarto Courtesy of Amazon.com

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  • Cinammon Girl, The Needle and the Damage Done, SUGAR MOUNTAIN, After the Gold Rush, Tonight's the Night - this album is QUITE the collection of some of Young's best hits. "In addition to the mellow songs, there are some loude... Cinammon Girl, The Needle and the Damage Done, SUGAR MOUNTAIN, After the Gold Rush, Tonight's the Night - this album is QUITE the collection of some of Young's best hits. "In addition to the mellow songs, there are some louder, electric ones that are incredible as well, with Cinnamon Girl and Like a Hurricane being good examples. This album definitely has the 'live' thing going for it, and when you hear these cuts you won't settle for the studio versions anymore - it's cool to hear Neil connect with the audience - "When I get big, I'm gonna get an electric guitar. When I get real big". I kid you not - there is not a dud on the album. It is just incredible, and capable of providing pleasure worth orders of magnitude more than its price. I actually am typing this review because I would love to think someone bought this album as a result of it and enjoyed it as much as I have over the years (in CD format now, of course!)" Review by David Benditt Courtesy of Amazon.com

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  • A Must have for Cheap trick fans (ooh and look how cute they look!) "This is the album that broke Cheap Trick wide open in the U.S. Sure, there's a Complete Budokan version available, but 1} It's a bit pricey, and 2) unless yo... A Must have for Cheap trick fans (ooh and look how cute they look!) "This is the album that broke Cheap Trick wide open in the U.S. Sure, there's a Complete Budokan version available, but 1} It's a bit pricey, and 2) unless you were at that concert in Japan, then a couple of omitted songs and a re-arranged track order is inconciquential. This version, is the version I REMEMBER, and the one most of you'll remember too. All the great songs are here, "I Want You To Want Me", "Surrender", "Clock Strikes Ten (On A Saturday Night), and more. The price is right on this version too! I can only afford so many BOX SETS, ANTHOLOGY's, and LIMITED EDITIONS. Cheap Trick Live At Budokan isn't something I want put up because I'm collecting it, it's something I want to play, and play, and play. RECOMMENDATION: Buy this version. It has been digitally remastered and has a superior sound quality. You'll remember this version track by track. The price is affordable. And best of all, you'll have FUN! " Review by Michael G. King "skyyking" (LOUISVILLE, KY United States) Courtesy of Amazon.com

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  • The Who was/were/are one of my favorites. I was fortunate enough to work at their record label in the late 70's and heard them play in small rooms for promotional functions...but I gotta tell you in the 90's I paid HUGE BUCKS ($... The Who was/were/are one of my favorites. I was fortunate enough to work at their record label in the late 70's and heard them play in small rooms for promotional functions...but I gotta tell you in the 90's I paid HUGE BUCKS ($250) to see them at the LA Forum and they sounded even better than they had in those small rooms 15 years earlier. You can never tire of The Who! I think my favorite track on here is "Magic Bus"... "One of the reasons "Leeds" is prized among Who collectors is that it is one of the best-recorded; the mix is superbly equalized among all three instruments and Daltrey's vocals, and Townshend's guitar sounds especially full-bodied and wet. The performance is one of the tightest and note-perfect of that period--without losing any of its heat or raw power--and the audience is amazingly quiet and respectful, which almost gives the show a "live in the studio" quality. A comparison with "Live At The Isle Of Wight", the only other complete Moon-era performance of "Tommy", is in order: although both shows are extraordinary, "Leeds" is superior for the above reasons (although "Wight" offers arguably better versions of "Young Man Blues" and "We're Not Gonna Take It/See Me Feel Me"). " Review by Michael Topper, courtesy of Amazon.com

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  • The track listing on this record beats all the other albums if you ask me...it's got: Sweet Jane, We're gonna have a real good time, Heroin, Waiting for The Man, Rock 'n Roll...and the list goes on. "As far as Velvet Undergr... The track listing on this record beats all the other albums if you ask me...it's got: Sweet Jane, We're gonna have a real good time, Heroin, Waiting for The Man, Rock 'n Roll...and the list goes on. "As far as Velvet Underground live material, I had only heard Live at Max's Kansas City, which I love, so I expected more of the same from the 1969 material, fidelity wise, before I heard this. Surprise! The 1969 series is an enormous step up in quality and the performances are even better. 1969 used to be one volume and it should be still; there is no difference in the liner notes or packaging but there is now a volume 1 and volume 2. Having said this, if you must buy one of these volumes, this is the one. They are both great, but this one rocks more, has a better song selection and a longer running time. It may be blasphemy to say, but I think the versions of What Goes On and Beginning To See The Light here are better than the studio recordings. Check this out! You won't be disappointed. " Review by lawgiver4feh

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  • This amazing album is kind of like a double edged sword. I also get so happy when I hear Stevie Ray, but laced with a heavy heart due to his untimely demise. Especially because I was working for the Music Distributor and set up... This amazing album is kind of like a double edged sword. I also get so happy when I hear Stevie Ray, but laced with a heavy heart due to his untimely demise. Especially because I was working for the Music Distributor and set up the conference and helicopter transportation on which he was killed. I remember the next day - the shock, the sadness, the inability to accept what had happened. I have to admit I never was fully aware of the rare talent Stevie Ray possessed and am saddened that I never saw him live - or alive - and once he passed that that was the time that I fell in love with his spirit and the music he created. A sucker for horns of all kinds, half way through the album the band is joined by a complete horn section, keyboardist, second drummer, and a female singer Angela Strehli sits in for one song. Here they play tributes to other blues artists like Guitar Slim, Albert King and Albert Collins. This album is MAGIC.

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  • OK, the most incredible collection of tracks including: Highway Star, Smoke On The Water (to most this was known as "Smoke Marijuana!" - Kids will be kids!), Strange Kind Of Woman, Lazy (how can you not be singing right now...... OK, the most incredible collection of tracks including: Highway Star, Smoke On The Water (to most this was known as "Smoke Marijuana!" - Kids will be kids!), Strange Kind Of Woman, Lazy (how can you not be singing right now...Lazy, you just stay in bed...), and Space Truckin' to name a few, OMG - to me there is no better reminiscent collection of the impact Deep Purple had on my high school days! The live album is top quality - especially for a live album. I call this PERFECT!

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  • This "Double LP" is a bang for the buck at under $10. And, if you buy this, Amazon has an offer for 12 months of Rolling Stone mag for just one buck! A triple whammy! Quoting from Amazon: 5 Stars You Wanted The Best? This... This "Double LP" is a bang for the buck at under $10. And, if you buy this, Amazon has an offer for 12 months of Rolling Stone mag for just one buck! A triple whammy! Quoting from Amazon: 5 Stars You Wanted The Best? This Is What Started It All..., November 16, 2003 By : "The Woj" (Downers Grove, IL) Having released 3 poorly produced studio records and one step away from the poor house...Kiss went into the studio to enhance (overdub) some recently recorded live performances. Kiss's first three albums contained some of the best rocks songs ever written, unfortunately the albums failed to capture the energy Kiss was able to produce on stage. Kiss's entire existence was riding on the sales of a double vinyl "live" album..... The result? Kiss's best album and arguably one of the best rock records ever released. An album that vaulted Kiss into the Pantheon of hard rock music forever. The songs recorded on Kiss's first 3 studio albums pale by comparison to the power, punch and sonic impact to the versions recorded on "Alive!". "Deuce" & "Strutter" begin the assault and there is no let up whatsoever. The best of it all? Ace Frehley's guitar. There is not one song here without a memorable solo or classic riffage. I could go on, but take my word for it...I bought this album over 25 years ago on vinyl and it still holds up to repeated listenings today in 2003. I would give this album 100 stars if I could. With the remastering, these songs have never sounded better. ADD TO CART NOW! "Ace Frehly lead guitar!"

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  • Anyone who likes blues, guitar, the old Cream band or just good ole fashion rock already knows and is a fan of Eric Clapton. I believe him to be perhaps one of the top 5 guitarists anywhere. Borrowing a quote from Amazon.. An... Anyone who likes blues, guitar, the old Cream band or just good ole fashion rock already knows and is a fan of Eric Clapton. I believe him to be perhaps one of the top 5 guitarists anywhere. Borrowing a quote from Amazon.. Anthony Trendl editor, HungarianBookstore.com Says it earns 5 stars... "Clapton plays guitar. His fingers dance across the strings in "Signe," with the kind of virtuosity fans of his rougher bluesy stuff might not get to hear. Every one of these songs has new life breathed into them. While songs like "Layla" from Clapton's 'Derek and the Dominos' days hardly lacked life, his unplugged versions seem to recreate the songs anew. For as good as the original versions are, Clapton shows, just as Bob Dylan often captures in his concerts, an old classic approached a new way can be a worthy thing. This a CD that is best enjoyed with headphones. Fancy stereo tricks aren't the element of beauty, but careful finger picking in the midst of a tight steel string guitar bring out the notes like salt on an already tasty meal. The whole thing is enhanced when the listener gets a chance to sit down and hear all of it. My personal favorites "Hey Hey" and the contemplative "Tears in Heaven," but, here at my keyboard late some evening, I'm finding "Nobody Knows When You're Down and Out" makes for great grooving as I write a few reviews. Get down low with "Walkin' Blues" and his slide guitar, and sadder still with "Malted Milk," a song that pierces the heart until it hurts. "Alberta" is the weakest of the tracks, sounding like he's trying to hard. "San Francisco Bay Blues" is a cool tune, but could've used a little better mixing. He seems to struggle grabbing a couple notes in the difficult, slightly Spanish-and jazz influenced "Old Love" but he pulls it out. The sum of it all is an album that's better with each year. It is among my favorites. I fully recommend "Unplugged" by Eric Clapton."

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  • ROCK ON MAN!

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  • Tame Impala's self titled EP takes you back into that sound echoing from early Who and Pink Floyd.

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  • When you think of mods and rockers, you think of Quadrophenia. Set to The Who album of the same name, there is no other movie that shows this period, and the thoughts of the young people who lived in it, quite like Quandropheni... When you think of mods and rockers, you think of Quadrophenia. Set to The Who album of the same name, there is no other movie that shows this period, and the thoughts of the young people who lived in it, quite like Quandrophenia. The young vs. their parents. The Rockers vs. the mods. The struggle to find meaning in life for young people who aren't satisfied by what their parents have and hold. For the afficiando of the scooter, be prepared to be assaulted with Vespas galore. Also, an appearance of a very young and very beautiful Sting as the "Ace Face". Love, Reign O'er Me....

  • I remember the first time I saw this movie. I musta been 12 or 13... I'll never forget the range of emotions I felt when watching this... Sadness, happiness, compassion, empathy, confusion, disgust... With an outstanding sound... I remember the first time I saw this movie. I musta been 12 or 13... I'll never forget the range of emotions I felt when watching this... Sadness, happiness, compassion, empathy, confusion, disgust... With an outstanding soundtrack by the WHO (remember this is a musical) and stars like Ann Margret, Tina Turner (the acid queen), and Elton John (in an unforgettable role as the Pinball Wizard!)... this is a must see.

  • There is a code that is hidden in the music you listen to, and by the way this particular code is not made of music notes or digital polarization, the body of this code is generated from cultural, political, geographical and histo... There is a code that is hidden in the music you listen to, and by the way this particular code is not made of music notes or digital polarization, the body of this code is generated from cultural, political, geographical and historical events which have been suppressed to the point that the sum of them all have become one of America's biggest national secrets. What's more is the code was cracked back in the early 1970's by documentary filmmaker Tony Palmer who with the help of John Lennon revealed the secret on the BBC in a the 17 segment documentary "All You Need is Love". I recently watched the series at it's U.S. theatrical premier at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, after viewing the just introduction to the sires I kept asking my self why haven't seen anything like this before. The film was a massive success in the UK, yet never found any footing in the U.S. and no other production has ever produced anything as essential as this secret history of 20 Century music. I recommend seeing it. "3" Product Info: All You Need Is Love makes its DVD debut as a lavish boxed set which contains all 17 episodes of the series on 5 discs. Contained within those discs IS the 'Story of Popular Music,' encom-passing Ragtime, Blues, Jazz, Vaudeville, The Musical, Folk, Swing, Country and Western, Rock 'n' Roll and beyond, and includes interviews with some of the major names of the past 50+ years including John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jimi Hendrix, Stephen Sondheim, Benny Goodman, Bing Crosby, Mike Oldfield, The Beach Boys, Tina Turner, Sam Phillips, Dave Brubeck, Dizzy Gillespie, Richard Rodgers, Roy Rogers, Bo Diddley, Muddy Waters, Phil Spector, Bill Monroe, Bill Graham, Bill Wyman, Frank Zappa, Eric Clapton and many many more. It has frequently been described as the "definitive music documentary," and is regarded just as highly today as 'cult viewing' as it was over 30 years ago when it was first broadcast. In the mid-70s, at the suggestion of John Lennon, the celebrated journalist and film director Tony Palmer decided to document the "Story of Popular Music" and set about interviewing and filming all the major players in the industry at that time, past and present. Even in the mid-70s this was seen as a monumental task, but despite the scale of the undertaking, Tony Palmer made a series of films that set the standard to which all subsequent biographers and documentary makers aspired to. The critically acclaimed All You Need Is Love was broadcast across the world between 1976 and 1981. But since that time, it has neither been repeated nor commercially released on either video or DVD.

  • We are the Mods, We are the Mods, We are we are we are the Mods! Classic film..soundtrack by the Who!

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  • I really loved this album, but I never really understood the lyrics when I first listened to them. About a decade or so later, I saw the musical on Broadway. Not only did I develop a deeper appreciation for the music, the story b... I really loved this album, but I never really understood the lyrics when I first listened to them. About a decade or so later, I saw the musical on Broadway. Not only did I develop a deeper appreciation for the music, the story behind the music became real for me. Heartbreaking at times, but very real.

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  • I have to admit that if it weren't for the solo career of Roger Daltrey, I might never have become familiar with the music of "The Who." Even if you think you yourself don't know "The Who", you probably have heard one of their so... I have to admit that if it weren't for the solo career of Roger Daltrey, I might never have become familiar with the music of "The Who." Even if you think you yourself don't know "The Who", you probably have heard one of their songs on a soundtrack or the radio. Their music is classic rock, but, and more importantly, it is exceptionally good rock.

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  • My favorite album ( do they still say album?) Each time I listen to it, it brings back ,memories of those 3 days at Woodstock I'll never forget. A true classic.

  • When the Who were on tour last year, Pete's girlfriend Rachel Fuller, joined them for the ride and recorded some great artists jamming with them along the way. A wide variety of artists playing their own music, or covering the Wh... When the Who were on tour last year, Pete's girlfriend Rachel Fuller, joined them for the ride and recorded some great artists jamming with them along the way. A wide variety of artists playing their own music, or covering the Who. From Martha Wainright to Death Cab for Cutie and the Raconteurs. Really neat idea.