Tag: Who

Wednesday 7/13/22 1am ET: Live Track Show


Rod Stewart, Fleetwood Mac, Joe Cocker, CCR, Genesis, Pink Floyd, Alice Cooper, Dave Matthews Band, Rockpile, Jethro Tull, Chuck Berry, Neil Young, Who, America, Iron Maiden, Tori Amos, Supertramp, Three Dog Night, Daryl Hall and John Oates, Specials, Air Supply, Sheryl Crow, Melissa Etheridge, Wings, Queen, Cars, Firehouse,

Friday 7/8/22 1am ET: Live Track Show

Tonight: Live music from

Keb’ Mo’, John Denver, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Who, Rolling Stones, Eagles, Supertramp, Firehouse, Peter Frampton, Tom Petty, Def Leppard, Stevie Nicks, Kiss, Billy Joel, Queen Featuring Elton John, Pat Benatar, Eagles, Cheap Trick, Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen, Roger Waters, Bee Gees, Barenaked Ladies, Ike & Tina Turner

Wednesday 7/6/22 1am ET: Live Track Show


Cheap Trick, Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, Everything But The Girl, Specials, Jimi Hendrix, Elton John, Journey, Neil Young, Heart, Korn, Def Leppard, Metallica, Roy Orbison, Radiohead, Who, Harry Chapin, Carole King, Sara Bareilles, Nils Lofgren, Steve Winwood, Eagles, Rolling Stones with Ike and Tina Turner, Doobie Brothers, Queen

Wednesday 6/22/22 1am ET: Live Track Show

Tonight we feature:

Elton John, Roy Orbison, Cheap Trick, Eric Clapton, Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets, Jimmy Buffett, Paul McCartney & Wings, Ike & Tina Turner, Alanis Morissette, Jason Mraz, Pat Benatar, Bon Jovi, Michael Stanley Band, Supertramp, Who, Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones, Blondie, David Byrne, Phil Collins, Def Leppard, Foreigner, Jimi Hendrix and Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Friday 2/25/22 10pm ET: Feature LP: The Who – My Generation (Deluxe) (1966)

My Generation is the debut studio album by English rock band the Who, released on December 3, 1965 by Brunswick Records in the United Kingdom, and Festival Records in Australia. In the United States, it was released on April 25, 1966 by Decca Records as The Who Sings My Generation, with a different cover and a slightly altered track listing. Besides the members of the Who, being Roger Daltrey (vocals), Pete Townshend (guitar), John Entwistle (bass) and Keith Moon (drums), the album features contributions by session musician Nicky Hopkins (piano).

The album was made immediately after the Who got their first singles on the charts and according to the booklet in the Deluxe Edition, it was later dismissed by the band as something of a rush job that did not accurately represent their stage performance of the time. While it didn’t sell as well as later albums, peaking at #5 on the UK charts and failing to chart in the US, critics have since retrospectively rated it as one of the best rock albums of all time, especially noting its hard sound unusual for the time, and presaging various hard rock styles such as punk and heavy metal.

  1. “Out in the Street” 2:32
  2. “I Don’t Mind” 2:33
  3. “The Good’s Gone” 4:00
  4. “La-La-La Lies” 2:18
  5. “Much Too Much” 2:45
  6. “My Generation” 3:21
  7. “The Kids Are Alright” 3:10
  8. “Please, Please, Please” 2:46
  9. “It’s Not True” 2:34
  10. “I’m a Man” (complete with ending) 3:23
  11. “A Legal Matter” 2:54
  12. “The Ox” (complete with ending) 3:58
  13. “Circles (Instant Party) 3:13
  14. “I Can’t Explain” 2:04
  15. “Bald Headed Woman” 2:32
  16. “Daddy Rolling Stone” 2:55
  17. “Leaving Here” 2:50
  18. “Lubie (Come Back Home)” 3:40
  19. “Shout and Shimmy” 3:20
  20. “(Love Is Like A) Heat Wave” 2:41
  21. “Motoring” 2:52
  22. “Anytime You Want Me” 2:38
  23. “Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere” 2:43
  24. “Instant Party Mixture” 3:24
  25. “I Don’t Mind” (full length version) 3:44
  26. “The Good’s Gone” 4:29
  27. “My Generation” (instrumental) 3:27
  28. “Anytime You Want Me” 2:29
  29. “A Legal Matter” (mono version with guitar overdub) 2:49
  30. “My Generation” (mono version with guitar overdub) 3:18

Roger Daltrey – lead vocals, harmonica, tambourine on “I Can’t Explain”
Pete Townshend – electric guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals on “A Legal Matter”
John Entwistle – bass guitar, backing vocals
Keith Moon – drums, backing vocals on “Instant Party”
Nicky Hopkins – piano
The Ivy League – backing vocals on “I Can’t Explain” and “Bald Headed Woman”
Perry Ford – piano on “I Can’t Explain”
Jimmy Page – lead guitar on “Bald Headed Woman”

Thursday 1/6/22 2pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1973 A to Z – Part 8

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1973 A2Z.

We continue with the completion of letter I and J and start the K list and feature music from: David Bowie, Queen, Seals and Crofts, Allman Brothers Band, Argent, Spinners, Baby Washington, Jim Croce, Bruce Springsteen, Electric Light Orchestra, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Chicago and many more.

2pm to 6pm ET

Wednesday 1/5/22 2pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1973 A to Z – Part 7

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1973 A2Z.

We continue with the completion of letter H and start letter I and feature music from: Al Green, Abba, Who, Ripple, John Lennon, Donovan, Gary Glitter, Tommy Cash, Five Man Electrical Band, Barry White, Merle Haggard, Don Covay, Clarence Carter, Brinsley Schwarz, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas and many more.

2pm to 6pm ET

Monday 1/3/22 1am ET: Feature LP: The Who – Face Dances (1981)

Face Dances is the ninth studio album by English rock band the Who. It was released March 16, 1981 by Warner Bros. in the United States (it was the band’s first release on that label) and on Polydor in the United Kingdom. It is one of two Who studio albums with drummer Kenney Jones, who joined the band after Keith Moon’s death three years earlier. Despite mixed reviews from Rolling Stone and other critics, the album peaked at No. 4 on the US Billboard 200 and No. 2 on the UK Albums Chart.

  1. “You Better You Bet” 5:36
  2. “Don’t Let Go the Coat” 3:43
  3. “Cache Cache” 3:57
  4. “The Quiet One” 3:09
  5. “Did You Steal My Money” 4:10
  6. “How Can You Do It Alone” 5:26
  7. “Daily Records” 3:27
  8. “You” 4:30
  9. “Another Tricky Day” 4:55
  10. “I Like Nightmares” 3:09
  11. “It’s In You” 4:59
  12. “Somebody Saved Me” 5:31
  13. “How Can You Do It Alone” (Live, December 8, 1979 at the International Amphitheatre in Chicago) 5:24
  14. “The Quiet One” (Live, October 13, 1982 at Shea Stadium in New York City) 4:28

Roger Daltrey – lead vocals
Pete Townshend – guitar, keyboards, backing vocals, lead vocals on “I Like Nightmares”, “Somebody Saved Me” and “How Can You Do It Alone”
John Entwistle – bass, backing vocals, lead vocals on “The Quiet One”
Kenney Jones – drums
John “Rabbit” Bundrick – keyboards

Michael Andrews – paintings
Brian Aris – photography
Clive Barker – paintings, photography, paintbox bronze on rear cover
Peter Blake – album cover design, concept, paintings

Patrick Caulfield – paintings
Gavin Cochrane – photography
Richard Evans – graphic design and cassette cover design
Richard Hamilton – paintings
David Hockney – paintings
Howard Hodgkin – paintings
David Inshaw – paintings
Bill Jacklin – paintings
Allen Jones – paintings
R. B. Kitaj – paintings
Tom Phillips – paintings
Patrick Procktor – paintings
Colin Self – paintings
Joe Tilson – paintings
David Tindle – paintings

Friday 12/31/21 3pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1973 A to Z – Part 4

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1973 A2Z.

We continue with land complete letter D with music from: BW Stevenson, Diana Ross, Aerosmith, America, Who, Shocking Blue, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Queen, Peter Frampton, Paul Kelly, James Brown, Electric Light Orchestra, Miracles and many more.

3pm to 6pm ET

Thursday 12/30/21 2pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1973 A to Z – Part 3

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1973 A2Z.

We continue with letter C and start D with music from: Spinners, Byrds, Buckingham Nicks, Led Zeppelin, America, King Harvest, Chicago, Joe Walsh, Doobie Brothers, Elton John, War, Helen Reddy, Who, Jimmy Buffett, Anne Murray, Archie Bell and The Drells and many more.

2pm to 6pm ET

Wednesday 12/29/21 2pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1973 A to Z – Part 2

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1973 A2Z.

We continue with letter B and start C with music from: Elton John, Carole King, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Judge Dread, Alice Cooper, Eric Clapton, Steely Dan, Dave Edmunds, Faces, Who, Rolling Stones, Millie Jackson, Jim Croce, Blue Oyster Cult and many more.

2pm to 6pm ET

Tuesday 12/28/21 2pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1973 A to Z – Part 1

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1973 A2Z.

We start this feature with the numbers or characters and then move through letter B. Artists featured in the segment: Abba, BW Stevenson, Gunhill Road, Elton John, Art Garfunkel, Who, Billy Joel, Ronnie Milsap, Gram Parsons, Loggins & Messina, Cher and many others.

2pm to 6pm ET

Friday 12/17/21 9pm ET: Feature LP: The Who – Tommy (1969)

Tommy is the fourth studio album by the English rock band the Who, a double album first released on May 23, 1969. The album was mostly composed by guitarist Pete Townshend, and is a rock opera that tells the story of Tommy Walker, a “deaf, dumb and blind” boy, including his experiences with life and his relationship with his family.

Townshend came up with the concept of Tommy after being introduced to the work of Meher Baba, and attempted to translate Baba’s teachings into music. Recording on the album began in September 1968, but took six months to complete as material needed to be arranged and re-recorded in the studio. Tommy was acclaimed upon its release by critics, who hailed it as the Who’s breakthrough. Its critical standing diminished slightly in later years; nonetheless, several writers view it as an important and influential album in the history of rock music. The Who promoted the album’s release with an extensive tour, including a live version of Tommy, which lasted throughout 1969 and 1970. Key gigs from the tour included appearances at Woodstock, the 1969 Isle of Wight Festival, the University of Leeds, the Metropolitan Opera House, and the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival. The live performances of Tommy drew critical praise and revitalized the band’s career.

Subsequently, the rock opera developed into other media, including a Seattle Opera production in 1971, an orchestral version by Lou Reizner in 1972, a film in 1975, and a Broadway musical in 1992. The original album has sold 20 million copies and has been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. It has been reissued several times on CD, including a remix by Jon Astley in 1996, a deluxe Super Audio CD in 2003, and a super deluxe box set in 2013, including previously unreleased demos and live material.

  1. “Overture” 3:50
  2. “It’s a Boy” 2:07
  3. “1921” 3:14
  4. “Amazing Journey” 3:25
  5. “Sparks” 3:45
  6. “The Hawker” 2:15
  7. “Christmas” 5:30
  8. “Cousin Kevin” 4:03
  9. “The Acid Queen” 3:31
  10. “Underture” 9:55
  11. “Do You Think It’s Alright?” 0:24
  12. “Fiddle About” 1:26
  13. “Pinball Wizard” 3:50
  14. “There’s a Doctor” 0:25
  15. “Go to the Mirror!” 3:50
  16. “Tommy Can You Hear Me?” 1:35
  17. “Smash the Mirror” 1:20
  18. “Sensation” 2:32
  19. “Miracle Cure” 0:10
  20. “Sally Simpson” 4:10
  21. “I’m Free” 2:40
  22. “Welcome” 4:30
  23. “Tommy’s Holiday Camp” 0:57
  24. “We’re Not Gonna Take It” 6:45

Roger Daltrey – vocals, harmonica
Pete Townshend – vocals, guitar, keyboards, banjo
John Entwistle – bass, french horn, vocals
Keith Moon – drums, vocals

Wednesday 10/13/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Who – Quadrophenia (1973)

Quadrophenia is the sixth studio album by the English rock band the Who, released as a double album on October 26, 1973 by Track Records. It is the group’s second rock opera. Set in London and Brighton in 1965, the story follows a young mod named Jimmy and his search for self-worth and importance. Quadrophenia is the only Who album entirely composed by Pete Townshend.

The group started work on the album in 1972, trying to follow up Tommy and Who’s Next, both of which had achieved substantial critical and commercial success. Recording was delayed while bassist John Entwistle and singer Roger Daltrey recorded solo albums and drummer Keith Moon worked on films. Because a new studio was not finished in time, the group had to use Ronnie Lane’s Mobile Studio. The album makes significant use of Townshend’s multi-track synthesizers and sound effects, as well as Entwistle’s layered horn parts, in addition to the group’s typical playing styles, especially from Moon. Relationships between the group and manager Kit Lambert broke down irretrievably during recording and Lambert had left the band’s service by the time the album was released.

Quadrophenia was released to a positive reception in both the UK and the US, but the resulting tour was marred with problems with backing tapes replacing the additional instruments on the album, and the stage piece was retired in early 1974. It was revived in 1996 with a larger ensemble, and a further tour took place in 2012. The album made a positive impact on the mod revival movement of the late 1970s, and the resulting film adaptation, released in 1979, was successful. The album has been reissued on compact disc several times, and seen a number of remixes that corrected some perceived flaws in the original.

  1. “I Am the Sea” 2:09
  2. “The Real Me” 3:21
  3. “Quadrophenia” 6:14
  4. “Cut My Hair” 3:45
  5. “The Punk and the Godfather” 5:11
  6. “I’m One” (At least) 2:38
  7. “The Dirty Jobs” 4:30
  8. “Helpless Dancer” 2:34
  9. “Is It in My Head?” 3:44
  10. “I’ve Had Enough” 6:15
  11. “5:15” 5:01
  12. “Sea and Sand” 5:02
  13. “Drowned” 5:28
  14. “Bell Boy” (Keith’s theme) 4:56
  15. “Doctor Jimmy” (containing “Is It Me?”, John’s theme) 8:37
  16. “The Rock” 6:38
  17. “Love, Reign o’er Me” 5:49

John Entwistle – Bass guitar, French horn, vocals
Roger Daltrey – Lead vocals
Keith Moon – Drums, percussion, vocals
Pete Townshend – Guitars, keyboards, banjo, cello, vocals, sound effects
Jon Curle – newsreader voice on “Cut My Hair”
Chris Stainton – Piano on “The Dirty Jobs”, “5:15”, and “Drowned”