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Pete Townshend - Who I Am Album

Performer:

Pete Townshend

Title:

Who I Am

Genre:

Sounds

MP3 album size:

1569 mb

Label:

Harper Audio

Rating:

4.7

Style:

Audiobook

Date of release:

2012

Catalog:

UACD 5973

Pete Townshend - Who I Am Album

Tracklist

12-3
211-3
36-6
413-5
5 Chapter 17: Be Careful What You Pray For
6 Chapter 23: Iron Man
74-3
8 Chapter 11: Amazing Journey
97-4
10 Chapter 4: A Teenage Kind Of Vengeance
118-7
127-2
133-1
1410-2
156-3
1610-3
17 Chapter 24: Psychoderelict
182-2
199-2
20 Chapter 19: Growing Into My Skin
2112-3
2215-8
238-6
2412-1
25 Chapter 2: It's A Boy!
26 Appendix: A Fan Letter From 1967
273-7
28 Chapter 26: Noodling
296-2
30 Chapter 20
315-2
325-6
337-3
349-7
35 Chapter 28: Letter To My Eight-Year-Old Self
368-3
37 Chapter 6: The Who
3813-1
3910-1
404-5
4110-6
421-3
4314-1
4415-4
459-6
4611-2
47 Chapter 5: The Detours
4812-2
49 Chapter 3: You Didn't See It
5015-7
5115-1
52 Act 3: Playing To The Gods
5310-4
542-6
557-1
5612-5
571-1
586-5
5913-3
60 Act 1: War Music
616-4
621-4
63 Chapter 9: Acid In The Air
641-2
6515-5
663-3
673-2
683-5
69 Chapter 10: God Checks Into A Holiday Inn
705-5
711-5
72 Chapter 14: The Land Between
734-4
742-5
75 Chapter 21: The Last Drink
7614-6
77 Chapter 15: Carriers
782-1
791-7
8012-4
81 Chapter 13: Lifehouse and Loneliness
8215-3
8313-4
849-1
85 Chapter 18: The Undertaker
8610-5
87 Acknowledgements
8811-5
898-2
902-4
91 Chapter 16: A Beggar, A Hypocrite
924-2
9311-4
943-6
9514-5
9613-6
9714-3
989-4
996-1
100 Chapter 31: Intermezzo
1015-3
102 Chapter 12: Tommy: The Myths, The Music, The Mud
10311-1
104 Chapter 25: Relapse
1058-4
10615-2
107 Chapter 29: Black Days, White Nights
108 Chapter 30: Trilby's Piano
1095-4
1108-1
111 Chapter 22: Still Loony
1129-3
113 Chapter 27: A New Home
1145-1
115 Chapter 32: Who I Am
116 Chapter 7
11715-9
11814-4
119 Act 2
1209-5
1214-1
12213-2
123 Chapter 8: Substitute
1241-6
125 Chapter 1: I Was There
12615-6
12714-2
1283-4
12911-6
1308-5
1317-5
1322-7

Credits

  • Author, Read ByPete Townshend

Barcodes

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  • Mastering SID Code (Discs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15): IFPI L909
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Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – HarperCollins Publishers

Album

I Am is a collaborative tribute concept album to Meher Baba featuring Pete Townshend, Michael Da Costa and others, first released in 1972. The album includes the original version of Baba O'Riley played by Townshend alone without lyrics, which, at 9:48, is almost twice as long as the augmented version which opens Who's Next. Other albums dedicated to Meher Baba and featuring Townshend include Happy Birthday, With Love, and Avatar a compilation of the previous three albums, later released as Jai Baba. Who I Am. Pete Townshend. Spoken Word , 1972. Pete Townshend Who I Am HarperCollins Publishers Four and a half Stars. After all his years of musical confessions, Pete Townshend still has secrets to get off his chest. And in Who I Am, he finally lets loose. His long-awaited memoir is intensely intimate, candid to the point of self-lacerating. Its a rock god opening up his most human frailties. Throughout the book, Townshend makes himself uncomfortably vulnerable, especially in his deeply saddening memories of childhood sexual abuse. He sees those early years as emblematic of his postwar English generation, left parentless, at the mercy of. Pete Townshend: все альбомы, включая Who Am I: A Conversation , Truancy: The Very Best Of Pete Townshend , Pete Townshend's Classic Quadrophenia и другие. FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Pete Townshend is the legendary lead guitarist and principal songwriter for The Who, one of the most influential rock-and-roll bands of all time. He's also the author of The Age of Anxiety as well as one of Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990 and resides in West London, where he was raised. Pete Townshend - guitarist, songwriter and founding member of the Who - tells his story. You have to be impressed, right I am. But reflect briefly and youll see that cramming all this into 23 pages is unlikely to produce much of the detail and incident that make narrative taste good, and might stanch flow and coherence too. Entitled Still Loony, the chapter is an extreme instance that typifies a major problem, one that worsens as the book proceeds: because he wants to get everything in, including hundreds of dropped names, Townshend cant take the time to make much come alive. The Who's axeman spills all the beansThe Who's axeman spills all the beans but it's a strangely joyless affair, writes Simon Garfield. But in Townshend's complex world there is much more too, perhaps enough to turn the rock dream sour: the awkward relationship with fans, the inability or unwillingness to recreate the hits of one's heyday with the Who and the paranoid insecurity associated with that, the ordeal of sustaining a loving marriage, an unhinged childhood with an insatiable grandmother on. Pete is so honest to the reader it's really a pleasure read. He is human by all means and his ups and downs is what makes this an inspirational book to read. It's not the typical autobiography where the authors life is always great. Pete Townshend dissects six classic Who album covers. I mean, it's just a s-y little polite record sleeve. I hate it. Timed to the release of WHO, Townshend walked through some of the Whos most iconic album covers, their various influences, and which ones he absolutely loathes. My Generation 1964. Decca Records

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