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Pinball Wizard (From The Rock Opera Tommy (1914-1984)) - Rod Stewart - Sing It Again Rod (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Pinball Wizard (From 'Tommy') Lyrics: Ever since I was a young boy / I played the silver ball; / From Soho down to Brighton / I must have played 'em all / But I ain't seen nothin' like him / In.
  2. Tommy is the fourth studio album by the English rock band The Who, a double album first released in May 23, The album was mostly composed by guitarist Pete Townshend, and is a rock opera that tells the story of Tommy Walker, a "deaf, dumb and blind" boy, including his experiences with life and his relationship with his family.
  3. Mar 06,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Who & Elton John - Pinball Wizard (Tommy ) YouTube The Roger Daltrey interview - Top Gear - Series 5 - BBC - .
  4. Pinball Wizard (From The Rock Opera 'Tommy' ) Gasoline Alley. Product details. Audio CD (March 31, ) I brought this CD after listening to it on the original vinyl LP, my copy is now pretty worn out after nearly 30yrs. The CD is very good, but I prefer the sound of the vinyl version, so maybe looking to find a good g /5(34).
  5. According to the book The Duh Awards by Bob Fenster, Rod Stewart asked Elton John if he should accept an offer to sing in Tommy. Elton told him no way, "Don't touch it with a barge pole." A year later, The Who asked Elton John to sing the same song. Elton grabbed his barge pole and took the offer.
  6. May 19,  · Pete Townshend (The Who) “Pinball Wizard” Tommy () Featured on the rock opera album Tommy, "Pinball Wizard"'s iconic acoustic introduction was inspired by a master. According to legend (and the gurus at wikipedia): In late or early , when the Who played a rough assembly of their new album to critic Nik Cohn, Cohn gave a lukewarm reaction.
  7. Jan 19,  · “Sing It Again Rod” is the best 1st compilation by any artist in the LP era. "Pinball Wizard" (from the rock opera Tommy, –) (Pete Townshend) "Gasoline Alley" (Rod Stewart, Ron Wood) Though I think I found slipping the plastic sleeve of that Rod Stewart album back into the jacket a tad awkward.
  8. PINBALL WIZARD was the first taster of what was to come with The Who’s Tommy. In the US it was also the band’s first stereo 45, and one of the first to be released on Decca. On the US Decca picture sleeve it states “From the soon to be released Rock Opera Tommy (/).”.

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