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The Who - Tales From The Who album

The Who - Tales From The Who album
Performer: The Who
Title: Tales From The Who
Released: 1974
Country: US
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 646
MP3 size: 1908 mb
FLAC size: 1102 mb


Can't Explain
Summertime Blues
My Generation
Real Me
I Want What I See
Sea & Sand
I Am A Face
Dr. Jimmy
I An The Sea
Won't Get Fooled Again
Pinball Wizard
See Me Feel Feel Me


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
62002Q The Who Tales From The Who ‎(2xLP, Album, Quad, Unofficial) Trade Mark Of Quality 62002Q US 1974
GLC-414 The Who Mods & Rockers ‎(2xLP, Unofficial, Red) Ruthless Rhymes, Ltd. GLC-414 Germany 1974
62002Q The Who Tales From The Who ‎(2xLP, Album, Quad, Unofficial) Trade Mark Of Quality 62002Q US 1974
0052 The Who Tales From The Who ‎(2xLP, Album, Quad, Unofficial) Good Times Records 0052 US 1974
62002Q The Who Tales From The Who ‎(2xLP, Album, Quad, Unofficial) Trade Mark Of Quality 62002Q US 1974
62002Q The Who Tales From The Who ‎(2xLP, Unofficial) Trade Mark Of Quality 62002Q US 1974
GLC-414 The Who Who Are You ? ‎(2xLP, Unofficial) Great Live Concerts GLC-414 US 1974
GLC-414 The Who Who Are You ? ‎(2xLP, Unofficial, Red) Ruthless Rhymes, Ltd. GLC-414 US 1974
SX-TT 979 The Who Mods & Rockers ‎(2xLP, Unofficial) Slipped Disc Records SX-TT 979 US 1977
010 The Who Tales From The Who ‎(2xLP, Unofficial) K&S Records 010 Canada 1978
GDR CD 8910 The Who Tales From The Who ‎(CD, RE, Unofficial) Great Dane Records GDR CD 8910 Italy 1989
BP 089 The Who Live In Philadelphia - My Generation ‎(CD, Unofficial) Black Panther Records BP 089 Japan 1993
CD DE 1009 The Who Taking The Capitol ‎(CD, Unofficial) Planet Records , Trichant Records CD DE 1009 Japan 1998
CR-1001 The Who Tales From The Who ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial) Classics Revisited CR-1001 1998
SS 200021 The Who Tales From The Who ‎(CD, Unofficial) Super Sonic SS 200021 Japan 2000
SR-0015 The Who Tales From The Who ‎(CD, Unofficial, Dig) Sunrise SR-0015 Europe 2001
Supreme Disc 224 BSD 224 The Who King Buscuit Flower Hour ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Beelzebub Rec Supreme Disc 224 BSD 224 Unknown
- The Who Mods & Rockers ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label - Unknown
W560A-D The Who Tales From The Who ‎(2xLP, Unofficial) Not On Label (The Who) W560A-D Japan Unknown

referencing Tales From The Who, 2xLP, Album, Quad, Unofficial, 62002Q

One of the most famous bootlegs in recorded history, Tales from the Who came from the King Biscuit Flower Hour broadcast of a Long Beach concert taped following the release of Quadrophenia. The Who, as usual, rely on taped backup for all keyboards and any other instruments except guitar, bass, and drums. Roger Daltrey is in great voice as the band revisits "Can't Explain," "Summertime Blues," "Won't Get Fooled Again," "Pinball Wizard," "See Me, Feel Me," and "My Generation.

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Hǻrley Quinn
have this album for a very long time, excellent performance from the boys !!!
Mine is the colored cover and vinyl is black. Matrix W
this is a great two lp set of a combination of two who shows one from 71 and the other from 1974, really nice color vinyl to............. both are great audience recordings.............
this great 2 lp set is all audience recordings from 4 different who shows that took place in the us between 1971 and 1973 NOT 74 as the who only played nyc in 1974 and there where no other us dates that year, this sleeve is a white generic sleeve with a cartoon copy sheet of thick paper wich substitutes for the artwork, as stated one disc is red and the other yellow, this is a really good one for die hard who fans..................
Zeus Wooden
Not bad for a bootleg.The vinyl itself is cut weird, yet it sounds pretty good. A few moments where it goes out, but other than that, it's good.PLEASE be careful with the paper front. Mine fell off of the outer sleeve. It also will be fragile. Just a warning.This record is only for the huge fans of The Who. If you are getting into them, I'd recommend getting Quadrophenia, Who's Next, Tommy, or The Kids Are Alright Soundtrack.
This is the very first pressing of this album from 1974. It has the W560 matrix ( as a continuation of the W556 matrix of the previous 'Who's Zoo' album ) and comes on black vinyl housed in a thick card stock sleeve with pasted on back slick. This is the one Hot Wacks refers to as being of 1000 released. Some later copies were released in traditional 'stamped' TMOQ covers ( probably used after the deluxe covers ran out ) and also traditional 'insert' type covers.This W560 matrix version was not as extensively re-issued as it's U560 counterpart which can be found here:https://www.discogs.com/The-Who-Tales-From-The-Who/release/8518633The U560 version switches the A/B sides around and also comes in coloured vinyl.
The Stamped cover TMQ of"Tales" is rarer than ALL of the other issues combined!!!Black vinyl too!
#1 the above is NOT a TMQ release & #2 the version of "Magic Bus " is also from San Fran. 12/71 !!
this copy of tales of the who on the tmoq label from 1974 is the rarer version then the mixed color pressings, the first record is a very nice light green and the 2nd record is a very nice light pink, the sound quality is the same as the sound quality on the mixed color versions HOWEVER i think this edition may have been pressed on different tmoq plates, regardless if you see this one GRAB IT as i only see this full color 2 lp set of this tmoq title pop up about or around once a year, the sleeve is the regular standard cardboard style sleeve, not the cheap thin paper sleeves that where used in the late 70s when other labels put this boot out but it was not tmoq........ they did that with the whos zoo boot as well , great 1973 who show from the quadrophenia tour in november 1973
this is a beautiful splatter color 2 lp vinyl set of the classic tmoq release from 1974 tales of the who, this edition was released on k&s records in 1978 and from what i was told no more then 150 where printed at that time, also some where seized at the us boarder and destroyed so how many of these are still out there??? i cant answer that question but you can go to a website and find more out regarding k&s releases, just google k&s records and follow the link, after years of searching i finally found a beautiful copy of this 2 lp splatter wax opus wich was recorded in largo md in december 73, this as you can see has a generic sleeve with a nice slip sheet of the tales of the who artwork glued to the front of the generic sleeve, this baby is rare................
i got this one back in 1981, my copy is blue/black and the second lp is red/black, as all know this lp has been released a few times in the 70s as color viynl and black viynl, the black is the most common but even now about 40 years after its release the color vinyl ones still pop up enough the splatter wax one is the nicest.....
Kingbiscut flower hour fm sound board. .great bootleg. Need the lp. 1973 tour
One of my records is colored blue, the other is red. The shades are similar to those in old fashioned 3D glasses.
C-4 through D-4 are without A doubt from San Francisco Civic Auditorium Dec.,1971.Proof being that D-1& D-4 came out LEGIT on "WHO'S MISSING" & :TWO'S MISSING"-Long out of print in the U.S.A.,But in print as A 2cd from Japan on POLYDOR.//////////////
Are you sure C4 to D4 are from the civic auditorium? I heard somewhere that they were recorded at the same concert that "closer to queen mary" was recorded at, and that was 2 days before at Long beach arena (december 10th 1971).
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