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A lot of The Who's greatest ever music is contained within this MP3 album for download. The Who were still on top when they recorded Quadrophenia...
THE WHO QUADROPHENIA 2X VINYL LP 1973 TRACK RECORDS MCA2-10004, STEREO #BritpopSingerSongwriterSoftRockAcousticBluesRockBritishInvasionExperimentalRockFolkCountryRockPsychedelicRockProgressiveArtRockRocknRoll
Quadrophenia is the sixth studio album by English rock band The Who. Released on 19 October 1973 by Track and Polydor in the United Kingdom, and Track and MCA in the United States, it is a double album, and the group's second rock opera. Its story involves social, musical and psychological happenings from an English teenage perspective, set in London and Brighton in 1964 and '65.
The Who - Quadrophenia. 1973 Graham Hughes This album cover has the most impact on me, due to it's attitude; everything from the smoke, scooter and jacket makes me immediately want to buy the record and find out more. Styling is the most influential aspect because of the mod culture that is portrayed here.
This year's Mods are more refined and body concious.
The M-51 Fishtail Parka 1950 - The Who Quadraphenia
Still from the film "Quadraphenia", based on The Who's rock operetic homage to 1964 London. (Note the six mirrors on his scooter.)
Quadraphenia movie poster.....I loved this film, probably because i love scooters!
the seeker (great shot though it hurts my heart to see a perfectly good instrument destroyed)
Keith Moon The WHO
Graham Nash : Be yourself. He was the band member of CSN who wrote "Marrakesh Express"
Pete Townsend and his flying guitar.
Lennon.... This is a picture of Lennon signing the album of the man who would kill him hours later. chilling at the least...
The Who in 60s Mod livery!