Bass Guitar – Pete WilkinsonDrums – Keith O'NeillEngineer, Mixed By – Bob PriddenGuitar – Liam TysonProducer – Bob Pridden, CastRhythm Guitar, Vocals – John PowerWritten-By – Pete Townshend
|A2||–Ocean Colour Scene||Anyway Anyhow Anywhere
Bass – Damon MinchellaDrums – Oscar HarrisonEngineer, Mixed By – Dan Sprigg*Guitar, Organ – Steve CradockProducer – Max Hayes*Recorded By [Overdubs] – Bob PriddenVocals, Harmonica – Simon FowlerWritten-By – Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey
Bass, Vocals – Edgar JonesDrums – Steve White Engineer – Bob PriddenGuitar, Vocals – Paul WellerWritten-By – Pete Townshend
|A4||–David Bowie||Pictures Of Lily
Bass, Guitar, Backing Vocals – Mark PlatiDrums, Backing Vocals – Sterling CampbellEngineer [Assisted] – Hector CastilloEngineer, Mixed By – Mark PlatiLead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Synthesizer [Stylophone] – David BowieMastered By – Greg CalbiProducer – David Bowie, Mark PlatiWritten-By – Pete Townshend
|A5||–Pearl Jam||The Kids Are Alright
Bass Guitar – Jeff AmentEngineer – John BurtonGuitar – Stone GossardLead Guitar – Mike McCreadyRecorded By, Mixed By – Brett EliasonVocals, Guitar – Eddie VedderWritten-By – Pete Townshend
|B1||–Fastball||The Real Me
Drums – Joey ShuffieldEngineer – Ralph CacciurriEngineer [Assistant] – Jason Block, Steve FisherHorns – Pat MurrayMastered By – Bernie GrundmanMixed By – David BiancoOrgan – Kevin LovejoyProducer – FastballVocals, Bass – Tony ScalzoVocals, Guitar – Miles ZunigaWritten-By – Pete Townshend
Bass – Peter Clarke*Drums – Tim ByeGuitar – Matthew CrozerMixed By – Greg ArchillaProducer – Steve McEwanRecorded By – Steve McEwanWritten-By – Pete Townshend
|B3||–Stereophonics||Who Are You
Backing Vocals – Noel GallagherBass – Richard Jones Drums – Stuart CableEngineer – Steve Bush Guitar, Vocals – Kelly JonesKeyboards – Marshall BirdProducer – Marshall BirdWritten-By – Pete Townshend
Bass – Mike GordonDrums – Jon Fishman*Engineer – John SiketKeyboards, Vocals – Page McConnellRecorded By – Paul LanguedocVocals, Guitar – Trey AnastasioWritten-By – Pete Townshend
|B5||–Sheryl Crow||Behind Blue Eyes
Drums, Programmed By, Keyboards, Synthesizer [Moog] – Jeremy StaceyEngineer – Husky Hoskolds*Guitar – Tim Smith Mixed By – Bob ClearmountainProducer – Sheryl CrowVocals, Bass, Organ [Hammond] – Sheryl CrowWritten-By – Pete Townshend
|B6||–The Who featuring Kelly Jones||Substitute
Bass Guitar – John EntwistleDrums – Zak StarkeyGuitar, Vocals – Pete TownshendKeyboards – John "Rabbit" BundrickLead Vocals – Kelly JonesProducer – Bob PriddenVocals – Roger DaltreyWritten-By – Pete Townshend
|0126242ERE||Various||Substitute - The Songs Of The Who (CD, Comp, Enh)||Edel Records||0126242ERE||Europe||2001|
|0126612ERE||Various||Substitute - The Songs Of The Who (CD, Comp)||Edel Records||0126612ERE||Europe||2001|
|ED183022-ADV||Various||Substitute - The Songs Of The Who (CD, Comp, Promo)||Edel||ED183022-ADV||US||2001|
|TP-031||Various||Substitute - The Songs Of The Who (CD, Comp)||Edel Records||TP-031||Russia||2004|
|VICP-61432||Various||Substitute - The Songs Of The Who (CD, Comp)||Edel Records||VICP-61432||Japan||2001|
Substitute" is a song by the English rock band the Who, written by Pete Townshend. Released in March 1966, the single reached number five in the UK and was later included on the compilation album Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy in 1971. In 2006, Pitchfork ranked "Substitute" at number 91 on the "200 Greatest Songs of the 1960s". Substitute" was primarily inspired by the 1965 soul single "The Tracks of My Tears" by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
Includes a video track of Substitute by the who featuring kelly jones live at the Royal Albert Hall provided courtesy of Aviva International LLC".
Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. All Versions. Various – Substitute - The Songs Of The Who. Label: Edel Records – EDCD 21.
In the album's liner notes, Townshend thanked Texan keyboardist John "Rabbit" Bundrick, who became an ancillary member of the band at the time, for "help and inspiration on 'Another Tricky Da. " But the sentiment is pure Who, a defiant yet complex tune about music's enduring power amid life's problems. When Townshend first played the brutally honest, emotionally desolate songs that would comprise The Who by Numbers, Moon walked over and gave the guitarist a hug. By the sound of "How Many Friends," he could've used it. "How many friends have I really got?/
The Who's fourth British Top Ten hit, "Substitute" has a sort of sardonic anti-hero swagger. After an acoustic guitar lick that sounds like it is starting an easygoing pop song, Keith Moon runs off an explosive drum fill that kicks the song into high gear. You think we look pretty good together/You think my shoes are made of leather," snarls Roger Daltry in a delivery that is a punk rock prototype, thus inviting the Sex Pistols' cover version years later . These were the versions that set the bar for the blazing, rowdy punk rock covers of the song by the Sex Pistols in 1979 and the Ramones in 1993 - with a guest appearance by Townshend himself on the latter.
Music video by The Who performing Substitute. C) 1988 Polydor Ltd. (UK).
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by The Who. Album: Meaty, Beaty, Big and Bouncy (1966). Charted: 5. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. The lyrics of Substitute are about a young man who isn't what he appears to be or what others make of him, ie he's frustrated at being misunderstood. The phrase 'plastic spoon in my mouth', means he's from a poor or common background, as opposed to someone born with a 'silver spoon in their mouth'. The line 'You think my shoes are made of leather' means he wears shoes that look smart. but they are cheap plastic, not leather ones. David from Youngstown, OhNo doubt one of the best Who songs from that era. They had an incredible knack to do songs ranging from 2:30 to 3:15 with such force, drive and power. This one also includes rather clever lyrics.
In 2006, Pitchfork ranked "Substitute" at number ninety-one on the "200 Greatest Songs of the 1960s". Inspiration and writing. Substitute" was primarily inspired by the 1965 soul single "The Tracks of My Tears" by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles. Pete Townshend became obsessed, particularly, with the line, "Although she may be cute/She's just a substitute. This had then led Townshend "to celebrate the word with a song all its ow.
This collection of songs also includes 2 songs that weren't released on the final album, "Countryside Boogie" (aka "Wild Horses") and "Back On The Road". A version of the former was released as a bonus track on the expanded "Whistle Rymes" and a completed version of the latter was released on "Music From Van Pires". Track Listing: Slip Kid, However Much I Booze, Squeeze Box, Dreaming From The Waist, Imagine A Man, Squeeze Box (Live), Success Story, They Are All In Love, Blue Red And Grey, How Many Friends, In Hand Or Face, Behind Blue Eyes (Live), Dreaming From The Waist (Live).