|1||–Ils vs. The Who||Baba O' Riley (Radio Edit)
Vocals – Gary O'Donnell
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Vocals – Gary O'Donnell
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Baba O'Riley", a song by the British rock band the Who, 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". Roger Daltrey sings most of the song, with Pete Townshend singing the middle eight: "Don't cry/don't raise your eye/it's only teenage wasteland". The song's title is a combination of the names of two of Townshend's philosophical and musical influences: Meher Baba and Terry Riley.
Baba O'Riley by The Who was initially part of an idea (later thrown aside) of a follow up rock opera to Tommy: Lifehouse. Pete Townshend wrote it after his experience at Woodstock. It did well as a single in Europe, but appeared only on the album in the US and the UK. The name of the song is a combination of Meher Baba, about whom and his influence on him Pete Townshend elaborates in a Rolling Stone article – an Indian guru that kept silent from 1935 until his death in 1969 who inspired Townshend spiritually, and Terry Riley – a musician and classical composer that also inspired him.
In stock now for same day shipping. The brilliant remix of "Baba O'Riley" coincides with a huge resurgence in popularity and presence of The Who, including a world tour. Feedback from Pete Townshend confirms "Baba O'Riley" is a great track: "The vocal is the right sound and the instrumental is brilliant!" This has already received strong feedback from key players on radio and in clubs.
by The Who. Album: Who's Next (1971). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. The second part comes from Terry Riley, an experimental, minimalist composer Townshend admired - many of the keyboard riffs and sound effects on Who's Next were a result of Riley's influence. According to the Who's Next liner notes, Townshend wrote it as his vision of what would happen if the spirit of Meher Baba was fed into a computer and transformed into music. The result would be Baba in the style of Terry Riley, or "Baba O'Riley. The title is not mentioned in the lyrics, so the song is often referred to as "Teenage Wasteland
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Перевод текста песни Baba O'Riley исполнителя (группы) Who, The. 3. 4. 5. Мгновенный переход к переводу: Выберите букву (цифру) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9. Выберите исполнителя по первой букве (цифре) . Baba O'Riley (оригинал Who, The). Баба О'Райли (перевод Ruslan). Out here in the fields.
View concert statistics of Baba O'Riley by The Who played live. Baba O'Riley by The Who. Facts. Total Plays 2040 times by 145 Artists. From the release Who's Next (Album). First Played in Concert July 8, 1971 by The Who at Bath Pavilion, Bath, England. Most Recently Played June 6, 2019 by Guided by Voices at Village Underground, London, England. Report a problem: Wrong album assigned.
Baba 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 cry/don't raise your eye/it'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.