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The Who - Baba O'Riley

  • Performer: The Who
  • Title: Baba O'Riley
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: Spain
  • Record source: Vinyl, 7", Single, 45 RPM
  • Released: 1971
  • Style: Classic Rock
  • Label: Polydor
  • Cat#: 20 58 174
  • MP3 album: 1811 mb
  • FLAC album: 2936 mb
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 112
The Who - Baba O'Riley


1Baba O'Riley
Written-By – Pete Townshend
2Don't Know Myself = No Te Conozco
Written-By – Pete Townshend


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2121 069The Who Baba O'Riley ‎(7", Single)Polydor2121 069Belgium1971
2058 217The Who Baba O'Riley ‎(7", Single)Polydor2058 217Austria1971
2058 210The Who Baba O' Riley / Behind Blue Eyes ‎(7", Single)Polydor2058 210PortugalUnknown
2058 217The Who Baba O’Riley ‎(7", Single, Promo)Polydor2058 217Germany1972
2121 069The Who Baba O'Riley / My Wife ‎(7", Single)Polydor2121 069Netherlands1971


  • EngineerGlyn Johns
  • ProducerThe Who


Impreso en España


  • Rights Society: BIEM - GEMA
  • Depósito Legal: M.27061-1971
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 850 2058174 A 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 850 2058174 B 1


  • Record Company – Polydor, S.A.
  • Manufactured By – Fonogram, S.A.
  • Distributed By – Fonogram, S.A.
  • Printed By – Gráficas Foco, S.A.


Baba O'Riley, sometimes erroneously referred to as its chorus refrain Teenage Wasteland, is a song by the English rock band the Who and the opening track to their studio album Who's Next. It was issued in Europe as a single on 23 October 1971, coupled with My Wife. Roger Daltrey sings most of the song, with Pete Townshend singing the middle eight: Don't crydon't raise your eyeit's only teenage wasteland. Текст песни: Out here in the fields, I fight for my meals I get my back into my living I dont need to fight to prove Im right I dont need to be is Track 01 of the Who's album - Who's next. David Arbus plays violin. Reduced from a 9 minute ARP synthesizer demo by Pete, which the band then. Baba O'Riley by The Who was initially part of an idea later thrown aside of a follow up rock opera to Lifehouse. Pete Townshend wrote it after his experience at Read O'Riley often mistakenly called Teenage Wasteland is the opening track of The Who's 1971's album Who's Next, written by guitarist Pete Townshend. Lead singer Roger Daltrey takes the vocals for most of the song, while Townshend sings the middle eight: Don't crydon't raise your eyeit's only teenage wasteland. The title of the song is derived from this combination of the song's philosophical and musical influences: Meher Baba and Terry Riley. Townshend originally wrote Baba O'Riley for his Lifehou read more. by The Who. Album: Who's Next 1971. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . Rod from Saint Louis, MoSo, what was old Baba O'Riley doing out in the fields Did he FARM for his meals or FIGHT for them On the show Don't Forget the Lyrics, they say FARM, on the show CSI: NY the closed caption of the theme they say FIGHT. If Pete Townshend of the Who had his way, the album that bore the band's classic anthem 'Baba O' Riley' often mistakenly referred to as 'Teenage Wasteland' based on the song's famous chorus would have sounded completely different. Townshend originally planned to top the band's previous project, 1969's 'Tommy,' with an even more ambitious rock opera concept called Lifehouse. Alas, like Icaraus himself, Townshend's ambitions were too much for his grasp, and the project ground to a halt amid band dissension and a near-nervous br. Template:Hatnote Template:Use British English Kids Kids. Baba O'Riley is a song by the English rock band The Who. It is the opening track to the band's studio album Who's Next, and was issued in Europe as a single on 23 October 1971, coupled with My Wife. It also features as the theme song for CSI: New York. The song's title is a combination of the names. Artist: The Who Song: Baba O'riley Album: Who's Next. Capo 3. Riff: e- B-3-3- G-2-2---2-2 . Baba O' Riley - The Who. it's only teenage wasteland


Reviews of the The Who - Baba O'Riley (1):
this is a really nice spain sleeve of this 45 from 1971, obviously the same live shot was used for this single as the original spain whos next lp sleeve, happens to be a killer shot from that era.................

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