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Baba ORiley - The Who - Collection

Label: Stylus Music - SMC 570,Polydor - SMC 570,Impression records - SMC 570 • Format: 2x, Cassette Compilation, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Classic Rock
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It was issued in Europe as a Welcome To The Oriental Lounge / Six Months To Live / Doggie Doctor / Wedding March / Tangerine / (T on 23 Octobercoupled with " My Wife ". The song's title is a combination of the names of two of Townshend's philosophical and musical influences: Meher Baba and Terry Riley.

In concert Daltrey plays the violin solo on harmonica. Townshend originally wrote "Baba O'Riley" for his Lifehouse projecta rock opera intended as the follow-up to the Who's opera, Tommy.

In Lifehouse a Scottish farmer named Ray would have sung the song at the beginning as he gathered his wife Sally and his two children to begin their exodus to London. When Lifehouse was scrapped, eight of the songs were salvaged and recorded for the Who's album Who's Nextwith "Baba O'Riley" as the lead-off track.

Townshend stated in an interview that the song is about "the absolute desolation of teenagers at Woodstockwhere audience members were strung out on acid and 20 people had brain damage. The irony was that some listeners took the song to be a teenage celebration: 'Teenage Wasteland, yes!

We're all wasted! The song's title combines the names of Meher Baba and Terry Rileytwo of Townshend's philosophical and musical mentors. When this idea fell through, Townshend instead recorded a Lowrey Berkshire Deluxe TBO-1 organ using its marimba repeat feature as the backing track. The song was derived from a nine-minute demo, which the band reconstructed. The song was featured heavily in the romantic comedy film The Girl Next DoorThe song was also used in the beginning of the movie Premium Rush.

The song has also been used in episode 14 of season one in the TV series House and in episode 10 of season one in the TV series The Newsroom. The song is also sung in episode 7 season 1 of Sense8 by Riley's dad at the airport. At both the opening and closing ceremonies of the London Olympicsthe track "The Road Goes On Forever" by High Contrast is used during a countdown to the start of the proceedings, this song samples "Baba O'Riley" with a higher tempo as a bpm dance track.

It is also played at halftime of most New England Patriots home games, leading up to the second-half kickoff. From Wikipedia, the Stanley Clarke / George Duke* - The Clarke / Duke Project encyclopedia.

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  1. Baba O'Riley Lyrics. 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 until his death in who inspired Townshend spiritually, and Terry Riley – a musician and classical composer that also inspired him.
  2. The song Baba O'Riley is about the dystopian world that the characters of Lifehouse would've been set in. The song's title came from the Townshend's twin inspirations, Meher Baba and Terry Riley. Baba O'Riley was merely a prelude to the story of Lifehouse.5/5(12).
  3. May 27,  · The entirety of “Baba O’Riley” is a pivot from an earlier work of Townsend’s called Lifehouse, a science fiction rock opera that took place in a dystopian future where rock 'n roll no longer exists. The “teenage wasteland” of the song is describing a group .
  4. THE WHO COLLECTION was a TV-advertised compilation, issued in the UK in October (LP Polydor/CBS/Impression IMDP 4; CD: IMCD4/1 and IMCD4/2, reissue Polydor SMD ).
  5. Baba O'Riley. The Ultimate Collection, 4m 57sec. Baba O'Riley; Lyrics. The Who Out here in the fields I fight for my meals I get my back into my living I don't need to fight To prove I'm right I don't need to be forgiven Don't cry Don't raise your eye It's only teenage wasteland Sally.

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