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1Ad Libitum5:08
3Palace Palace5:39
4Rolly Jacky Roll
Featuring – The Electric Wheels
5Hypno Dance4:44
6Dancin' Machine5:10


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
OUT-ST 25029Who's Who Who's Who ‎(LP)OUT OUT-ST 25029Italy1980
noneWho's Who Palace Palace ‎(7xFile, MP3, Album)ZagoranoneFrance2011
RJ-7667Who's Who Palace Palace / Roll Jacky Roll ‎(LP)PhilipsRJ-7667Japan1980
M/S 2147Who's Who Who's Who ‎(LP)CarrereM/S 2147Mexico1979


  • Producer, Written-ByDaniel Vangarde


Editori (Edition): Bleu Blanc Rouge / Zagora
Produced for Zagora Productions.
Pressed at MPO Averton.
Unofficial release of Who's Who - Who's Who


  • Matrix / Runout: WHO1 A
  • Matrix / Runout: WHO1 B
  • Other (Run-out etching): MPO



Who's Who or Who is Who is the title of a number of reference publications, generally containing concise biographical information on the prominent people of a country. The title has been adopted as an expression meaning a group of notable persons. The oldest and best-known is the annual publication Who's Who, a reference work on contemporary prominent people in Britain published annually since 1849. Who's Who is a studio album by American jazz guitarist John Scofield. It features two different bands, one acoustic and one electric. The acoustic group, featuring Scofield's then-employer Dave Liebman on saxophones, Eddie Gómez on bass, and Billy Hart on drums, recorded The Beatles and How the West Was Won. The electric group, featuring future Kenny Kirkland on keyboards, Anthony Jackson on electric bass, Steve Jordan on drums, and Sammy Figueroa on percussion, recorded the balance of the album. Who's Zoomin' Who is a song performed by American singer Aretha Franklin. It was written by Franklin, Preston Glass, and Narada Michael Walden for her 1985 album of the same name, with production overseen by Walden. Released as the follow-up single to Franklin's chart-topping smash Freeway of Love, it reached the number 7 the US Billboard Hot 100 chart that same year. Elsewhere, the synth pop song entered the top twenty in Ireland and the United Kingdom. Aretha Franklin lead vocals. A component volume of Who's who in America history, 1966-67. and reissued biennially. 9 covers the years 1916-17. for 197273 called 37th- ed. for 44th ed. include the supplement with title: Supplement to Who's who in American history. Please Note: This volume includes several pages toward the middle and in the back advertising section with tight margins. On the Who's first album in 13 years, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend sound invigorated, even in songs that address 70-something concerns. Who is actually a fairly fun album about not particularly light subject matter - like whether the soul survives the body, or, more urgently, whether love and integrity survive feeling washed up. If a Dylan or Leonard Cohen approaches these topics, the mood is somber, but the Who have attempted something trickier, with a set of mostly hard-rocking songs that make them sound not a day over 30, addressing lyrical concerns that arent a day under 60. The Who's 'Who' is classic-rock comfort food. Rick Guest. The Who have only sparingly released new music since the death of drummer Keith Moon in 1978 - Who is only their fourth album since then - but it seems like biding their time has worked in their favor. Despite songs steeped in the bands once-bragged-about Maximum R&B witness Detour, which could fit on My Generation or Sell Out, and references the bands I Cant Explain , arena-rock grandeur Hero Ground Zero , and plenty of teenage-wasteland synths Street Song, I Dont Wanna Get Wise , they now have some. It's not billed that way but given the Who's productivity since their initial split in 1982, it's difficult not to view 2019's Who as the band's final album. It's only their second album in 37 years, and if it takes them another 13 years to complete a third - that's the length of time separating Who from 2006's Endless Wire - both Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey will be well into their eighties, a seemingly unlikely age for new work by rockers. Текст песни: Yo we turning this one out for me my homeboys They Homeboys and Homegirls and anybody that think they got em and anybody whos lost Anything you are just as much as a life behind 1 As a child you see the 's Who is a Headliner and one of the Tobiroppo of the Beasts Pirates. Prior to joining the Beast Pirates, he was the captain of his own crew. Who's Who is a tall man with notably long legs. He has a large mane of wild light hair that goes down to his waist. He wears a dark mask over the top of his head down to his nose that obscures his eyes, and has two long, dark upward-curving horns protruding from the side of his head. He wears a dark jacket that exposes his bare chest, which has a large tattoo. This 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

Who's Who - Who's Who mp3

Performer: Who's Who

Title: Who's Who

Country: UK

Release date: 2009

Label: OUT

Style: Disco

Catalog: WHO1

Genre: Electronic / Rythm

Size MP3: 1923 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 754

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release

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