℗ 2013 Polydor Ltd. (UK)
 

Tommy (Remastered 2013)

The Who

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1
Overture
The Who
5:20
2
It's A Boy
The Who
0:39
3
1921
The Who
2:49
4
Amazing Journey
The Who
5:04
5
Sparks
The Who
2:05
6
Eyesight To The Blind (The Hawker)
The Who
2:14
7
Christmas
The Who
4:35
8
Cousin Kevin
The Who
4:07
9
The Acid Queen
The Who
3:34
10
Underture
The Who
10:04
11
Do You Think It's Alright?
The Who
0:24
12
Fiddle About
The Who
1:31
13
Pinball Wizard
The Who
3:01
14
There's A Doctor
The Who
0:24
15
Go To The Mirror!
The Who
3:48
16
Tommy Can You Hear Me?
The Who
1:35
17
Smash The Mirror
The Who
1:35
18
Sensation
The Who
2:28
19
Miracle Cure
The Who
0:13
20
Sally Simpson
The Who
4:10
21
I'm Free
The Who
2:39
22
Welcome
The Who
4:33
23
Tommy's Holiday Camp
The Who
0:57
24
We're Not Gonna Take It
The Who
7:06
Total Playing Time    74:55
UK Albums Chart - #2, 1969
Billboard 200 - #4, 1969
UK Singles Chart - #4, 1969 - Pinball Wizard

"... this classic rock touchstone still has the power to enthrall."
- Rolling Stone

The Who's ambitious, groundbreaking double album Tommy was the first album officially billed as a rock opera. Recorded over six months, Tommy tapped into the spirituality and mysticism of its time, the late 1960s, and was met with great critical and commercial success. The Who took the album on the road and performed the rock opera in its entirely over 160 times in Europe and North America in 1969 and 1970, spurring the album on to reenter the Billboard album chart several times for a total stay of 126 weeks, far longer than any other Who album.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Polydor Studio Masters

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