Long Live Rock" is a single by The Who, written by Pete Townshend during 1971. It was not included on the Who's Next album, as it wasn't recorded until 1972. It was later performed by Billy Fury's character in the film That'll Be the Day featuring Keith Moon. The original Who recording of the song was later released on the rarities album Odds & Sods (1974), as well as being released as a single in 1979.
Long Live Rock - The Who 15. Too Old to Rock 'N' Roll; Too Young to Die - Jethro Tull. Audio CD (October 9, 1992). Number of Discs: 1. Label: RCA. ASIN: B000002WN3. Various Artists, Ultimate Rock 2. Track Title. 1. Let The Kingdom Come - White Heart. 2. Someone To Hold On To - The Choir. 3. Boycott Hell - De Garmo & Key. 4. Denomination Demolition - Mylon & Broken Heart. 5. Long Way From Paradise - Allies. 6. Tear The Curtain - The Holidays. 7. World Burning - The Altarboys.
Live rock albums that capture the essence of the original studio recordings with the added power of a live show, and which has stood the test of time. This is by far the best live rock album ever made! No contest, one of the best live albums ever recorded, never mind rock albums. 4 Live After Death - Iron Maiden. 5 Unleashed In the East - Judas Priest. Simply the greatest live album by the greatest band. 6 Celebration Day - Led Zeppelin. 43 Live - Blind Guardian. 44 Concert for George - Various Artists. 45 Unplugged - Alice In Chains. Better then Nirvana unplugged - Sabbath.
Long Live Rock 'n' Roll may be singer Ronnie James Dio's last album with Rainbow, but at least he went out on a high note. While the material is not quite as strong as on the previous studio effort, Rising, Long Live Rock 'n' Roll maintains the momentum the band had built up. "Kill the King" had been previously heard on the live On Stage record, but here it sounds more fully realized. Also, the title track from the album stands as one of the best songs the band did, not to mention a noble sentiment.
B1: I’M THE FACE (As The High Numbers). B2: MY WIFE (Live at Kilburn State Theatre ’77). UK: Polydor WHO 2 (2121 383) Released: 1 April 1979 Highest chart position: US: MCA 41053 Released: June 1979 Highest chart position: LONG LIVE ROCK written by Pete Townshend Produced by The Who Associate producer: Glyn Johns Recorded at Olympic Studios, London, 5 June 1972 I’M THE FACE written by Peter Meaden Produced by Chris Parmeinter and Peter Meaden Recorded. Not exactly true, as the version of MY WIFE used on the soundtrack album comes from an earlier recording made at Kilburn State Theatre, London in December 1977. In the US a promo 7″picture disc of LONG LIVE ROCK was released featuring Art Kane’s ‘sleeping Who under the flag’ photo and ads on the reverse side for various record store chains. Sleeve design by Richard Evans.
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