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Who Cares? - John Entwistle - King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents In Concert (CD)

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  1. About Heaven and Hell "Heaven and Hell" is a song by English rock band The Who written by group bassist John Entwistle. The studio version (originally recorded for an April BBC session), which appeared on the B-side of the live "Summertime Blues" single, is currently available only on the Thirty Years of Maximum R&B boxed set and Who's Missing, though several live versions of the song.
  2. King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents in Concert – John Entwistle Originally released: UK/US (King Biscuit Flower Hour Records), Record live on 15 March, , at The Spectrum in Philadelphia. Heaven And Hell (live) (studio version) Whiskey Man ; My Size ; Boris The Spider ; Not Fade Away; Cell Number 7; Who Cares?
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents In Concert on Discogs. Label: King Biscuit Flower Hour Records - • Format: CD • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock/5(9).
  4. KING BISCUIT FLOWER HOUR PRESENTS IN CONCERT ( ORIGINAL! LIVE AT THE SPECTRUM, PHILADELPHIA, PA Add To Cart: Format: CD: Condition: Click for Information: Quantity: 1 in stock: KING BISCUIT FLOWER HOUR RECORDS Add to Wish List Add Email Alert: Vintage Vinyl (Illinois.
  5. Whistle Rhymes [as John Entwistle With Rigor Mortis] 11/ 3. Rigor Mortis Sets In. 05/ 4. Mad Dog [as John Entwistle's Ox] 02/ 5. Too Late The Hero. 11/ 6. The Rock. 08/ 7. King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents In Concert [live] 06/ 8. Left For Live [live, as The John Entwistle Band] 07/ 9. Music From Van-Pires [as The John.
  6. On the 17th, the CD The King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents John Entwistle is released featuring a live John Entwistle solo show from March 15, On the 24th, Roger Daltrey appears on This Morning on British TV promoting the new video of the movie Quadrophenia.
  7. It took John Entwistle four years after the release of his first solo album to actually go out on tour -- that was in connection with his fourth solo album, Mad Dog, and whence this show (sharing a bill with Humble Pie on the latter's final concert) on March 15, at the Philadelphia Spectrum was recorded. Ironically, only one song from Mad Dog, "Cell Number Seven," and is featured on this.
  8. Jun 17,  · out of 5 stars Girlschool - 'King Biscuit Flower Hour' (King Biscuit) Reviewed in the United States on March 13, Another really great rocking release from the radio show that used to be a Sunday night ritual for true FM rock & roll fans/5(10).

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