9 thoughts on “ Naked Eye - The Who - Odds & Sods (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Odds & Sods was an album caused by bootlegs. By , The Who were already heavily bootlegged with many of their live performances released. But in and , some bootlegs, with titles like Radio London, Jaguar and The Who vs. The Amazing Mr. Pig came out with previously unheard studio tracks. Probably at the request of The Who's U.S.
  2. Odds & Sods, an Album by The Who. Released in on Track (catalog no. ; 8 Track). Genres: Hard Rock, Rock.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Odds & Sods on Discogs. Label: Track Record - ACBC • Series: Audio Club Of Britain • Format: Cassette Album, Compilation, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock Naked Eye Producer – Pete 5/5(1).
  4. Naked Eye was first published on the Who’s B-sides/outtakes collection Odds and Sods but was played live in concert as early as It was originally written for Pete Townshend’s abandoned.
  5. This reissue includes the original album on disc one and adds 14 bonus tracks – B-sides, rarities & extras on disc two, ‘Odds & Sods Too’ – to create a definitive, track double LP. Pressed on red (LP1) and yellow (LP2) vinyl. Includes Pete Townshend’s original track annotation.
  6. 『オッズ&ソッズ』(Odds & Sods)は、イギリスのロックバンド、ザ・フーのコンピレーション・アルバム。年発表。全英10位、全米15位を記録。旧邦題は『不死身のハードロック.
  7. Apr 02,  · Odds & Sods is an album that consists of studio outtakes and rarities by British rock band The Who released by Track Records in the United Kingdom and Track/MCA in the United States in
  8. The Who - Odds & Sods - Track / MCA Records MCA - - Original Release - Pickneyville Pressing. Tracks: Postcard Now I'm A Farmer Put The Money Down Little Billy Too Much Of Anything Glow Girl Pure And Easy Faith In Something Bigger I'm The Face Naked Eye Long Live Rock. The Who - Odds & Sods collectible vinyl lp record album for sale.
  9. Jul 10,  · Naked Eye Of course this is speculative and The Who were still fond of standalone singles (and non -LP B-sides!) but I can see Decca records creating/releasing this. And the music is great and IMHO holds up well as a post-“Tommy” album without being another concept album.

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