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The Smithereens - The Smithereens Play "Tommy"! flac album
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The Smithereens Play "Tommy"!
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The Smithereens Play Tommy is the tenth studio album by Carteret, New Jersey-based rock band The Smithereens, released on 5 May 2009 by E1 Music. The album features the band covering highlights from The Who's 1969 concept album, Tommy, creating an abridged version of the original story.

The Smithereens Play Tommy is the tenth studio album by Carteret, New Jersey-based rock band The Smithereens, released on 5 May 2009 by E1 Music. The album features the band covering highlights from The Who's 1969 concept album, Tommy, creating an abridged version of the original story It is The Smithereens' fourth cover album in a row, following two albums devoted entirely to Beatles songs (Meet The Smithereens! a. .

11 is the third full-length album by The Smithereens, released on October 18, 1989 (see 1989 in music). It includes the Billboard Top 40 single "A Girl Like You". The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America in June 1990. The album title was inspired by the film Ocean's 11, "with a little push from Spinal Tap's famous line, "This one goes to 11", according to guitarist Jim Babjak.

The Smithereens Play Tommy (2009). Album by The Smithereens. is a cover of. Pinball Wizard by The Who (1969). We're Not Gonna Take It/See Me Feel Me/Listening to You. We're Not Gonna Take It by The Who (1969). See Me, Feel Me by The Who (1969).

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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). The love that The Smithereens have for The Who is evident as they run through an abbreviated version of the classic Tommy album stripping it to it's rocking core. As you listen to The Smithereens plays these iconic Who songs, you can tell that it's a part of their DNA. They move effortlessly over these songs as if they had written them themselves. And once again, like their Beatle albums, The Smithereens take the familiar and breathe new life into them

All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Smithereens Play Tommy" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. The Smithereens are a rock band from Carteret, New Jersey, United States. The group formed in 1980 with members Pat DiNizio (vocals & guitar), Jim Babjak (guitar & vocals), Mike Mesaros (bass guitar & vocals), and Dennis Diken (drums & percussion). This lineup continued until 2006. ore . Year

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Tracklist

Overture
It's A Boy
Amazing Journey
Sparks
Eyesight To The Blind
Christmas
Acid Queen
Pinball Wizard
Go To The Mirror
Tommy Can You Hear Me?
Sensation
I'm Free
We're Not Gonna Take It

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KOC-CD-2003 The Smithereens The Smithereens Play "Tommy"! ‎(CD, Album) E1 Music KOC-CD-2003 US 2009
none The Smithereens The Smithereens Play Tommy ‎(CD, Album, Promo) E1 Entertainment none US 2009
EOM-LP-9787 The Smithereens The Smithereens Play "Tommy"! ‎(LP, Ltd, Gre) eOne EOM-LP-9787 US 2018
Reviews:
  • Dainris
From the very first note The Smithereens let you know that this is not a rock opera ... this is rock n’ roll ... this is what Tommy may have sounded like while Pete was working it out ... this is Tommy stripped down, yet deeply layered and emotionally saturated with an abundance of something a bit more edgy, less refined, and much more pleasing to my ears with it’s dynamic presentation.For all the world, there are only a couple of albums I couldn’t imagine other artists tackling full tilt ... a few being Sgt. Pepper, Blonde On Blonde, The Velvet Underground with Nico, Led Zeppelin II and of course Tommy. But hearing this release, I just may have to admit that there is probably a band out there who one day will set out to do the impossible, and achieve covering those others masterfully.This is not the first time The Smithereens have tread on sacred musical ground. Without ruffling too many feathers, they covered a number of Beatles' classics, on Meet The Smithereens, remaining quite true to the original arrangements, and in so doing, released a rather flat set of discs. While here, remaining within the structure and confines of the original album, they branch out, letting the listener know without question that they’re hearing something new, something fresh, and in the end, something memorable and justifiable. When questioned about this experiment, Pat DiNizio said, “This is punk rock opera meets the godfathers of pop. Plain and simple.” Every song sparks, reminding you of the original, yet just barely, because this presentation by The Smithereens holds its own ... no holds barred. While you aren’t given the full twenty songs from the story of Tommy, the tracks that are delivered are the core, and key moments, moving you along at a blistering pace, without the operatic scores that tied the original album together; yet evolving into something extraordinary.I’m left feeling that I must find some fault with this outing, but I tell you honestly, I can’t find one. Of course there is no reason to take this outing as seriously, and perhaps that’s its strongest point. The Smithereens Play Tommy is bright, danceable, unpretentious and sets you fists to flashing the air Keith Moon style ... and that says quite a bit for me.Review by Jenell Kesler
  • Samowar
This is a gorgeous release. Great artwork, nice sleeve with information about the band and the recording. Vinyl itself looks great, sounds even better - very clear, nice bass response. One of the best releases of RSD 2018.