The Who - It's Hard album flac
|A2||It's Your Turn|
|B1||I've Known No War|
|B2||One Life's Enough|
|B3||One At A Time|
|B4||Why Did I Fall For That|
|B5||A Man Is A Man|
|B6||Cry If You Want|
NotesSpecialty pressing with alternate label. This one has text around the labels and a full colour inner sleeve with lyrics.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (etched Side 1): 1-237231-A SR2 gp TMLX 1-25m2-2
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Side 2): 1-23731-B SR3 TMLX 2M2-1
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side 2): TML-M SRC (Large S with the R and C in the loops)
|WHOD 5066, 2311 180||The Who||It's Hard (LP, Album)||Polydor, Polydor||WHOD 5066, 2311 180||UK||1982|
|3100 659||The Who||It's Hard (Cass, Album)||Polydor||3100 659||Italy||1982|
|MCAD-11635||The Who||It's Hard (CD, Album, Club, RE, RM)||MCA Records||MCAD-11635||US||1997|
|9 23731-1, 1-23731||The Who||It's Hard (LP, Album, Jac)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||9 23731-1, 1-23731||US||1982|
|WHOD 5066, 2311 180||The Who||It's Hard (LP, Album)||Polydor, Polydor||WHOD 5066, 2311 180||Ireland||1982|
The title song from the Who's 1982 album "It's Hard".
It's Hard is the tenth studio album by English rock band the Who. Released on 4 September 1982, it was their last album until 2006's Endless Wire, and therefore the last to feature bassist John Entwistle, who died in 2002. It was also the final Who album with drummer Kenney Jones, as well as the last to be released on Warner Bros. Records in the US. It was released on Polydor Records in the UK, peaking at No. 11, and on Warner Bros.
Any tough can fight - few can play Any fool can fall - few can lay Any stud can reproduce - few can please Anyone can pay - few can lease. It is hard (It is a hard hard hand to hold It is a hard land to control). It is hard – It is very very very very hard - so hard Anyone can do anything if they hold the right card So I am thinking about my life now I am thinking very hard Deal me another hand Lord, this one's very hard. It’s Hard" Track Info.
It’s fitting that It’s Hard is a great record because, given the inverted world of Pete Townshend‘s mind, it’s what you were least expecting. The measure of worth of a Who album is the passion that Pete Townshend brings to it, and whether that passion translates into songs from which a group voice can emerge, so that it makes sense for the Who to be playing them. That hadn’t been the case in too long a time.
ENDLESS WIRE (2-LP Album). Released on 16 November 2012 as Polydor 3715573, The Who – The Studio Albums is an 11-album vinyl box set containing all of the band’s studio albums. Attractively presented with restored original artwork, immaculate sound remastered by longtime Who engineer John Astley, and pressed onto virgin heavyweight vinyl The Studio Albums is the ultimate must-have for any fan of one of the most legendary rock ‘n’ roll bands of all time. See STUDIO ALBUMS for individual album track lists. Design & Art Direction: Richard Evans
The Who have been with several labels over the years. In the United Kingdom and elsewhere outside North America, they were signed originally to Brunswick Records. In 1966, they moved to Polydor Records and took the rights to their Brunswick recordings with them. They created and moved to Track Records the following year with distribution by Polydor. They left Track in 1974 and returned to Polydor directly, remaining with the label ever since. Geffen now controls the US rights to the Who's catalogue up through It's Hard. Their 2006 comeback album, Endless Wire, was released through Universal Republic in the US. Contents.
Группы The Who. 1965 - My Generation. 1966 - A Quick One. 1967 - The Who Sell Out. 1968 - Magic Bus - The Who On Tour. 1975 - The Who By Numbers. 1978 - Who Are You. 1981 - Face Dances.
The public began to feel that the band had simply overstayed its welcome. Fans had a hard time forgiving the spokesmen of angry youth for getting old, and the band seems to have had a difficult time forgiving themselves. Responder Ver 5 respuestas Notifícame Helpful. Listas Añadir a la lista.
In that sense, the album fits nicely next to the group's previous covers albums, all of which helped build their reputation as a maverick, forward-thinking outfit unafraid to recontextualize both modern pop songs and traditional acoustic jazz. Particularly effective here is the trio's languid, impressionistic take on Crowded House's "Don't Dream It's Over. Played as a slow, yearning ballad, it brings to mind Keith Jarrett's fractured, atmospheric flow.
album: "The Who Sings My Generation" (1965). Out In The Street I Don't Mind The Goods Gone La La La Lies Much Too Much My Generation The Kids Are Alright Please, Please, Please It's Not True A Legal Matter Instant Party (Circles) I Can't Explain. album: "A Quick One, Happy Jack" (1966) . Athena It's Your Turn Cooks Country It's Hard Dangerous Eminence Front I've Known No War One Life's Enough One At A Time Why Did I Fall For That A Man Is A Man Cry If You Want. album: "Endless Wire" (2006).