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Were Not Gonna Take It / See Me Feel Me - The Who - Hollywood Palladium Live 1969

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  1. Babei
    The Who and Poco at the Hollywood Palladium () See more. Oldies But Goodies. Historic Photograph of Palladium. Ed Byrd. [March Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood - first ever live broadcast] Also won: Best Contemporary Vocal Performance By A Duo, Group Or Chorus for Close To You Me and you, we're gonna fight the narrow minds.
  2. Meztijinn
    Hollywood Palladium after party!!! All are invited!!! Hollywood To see this route visit https: MOAMETAL: Plus, in spite of us stating that “we stake our life on giving live performances”, we have done so few live performances as to make ourselves feel sorry for making such a statement.(laughs) Therefore, we are so glad to visit.
  3. Golticage
    "We're Not Gonna Take It" is a song by the American band Twisted Sister from their album Stay Hungry. It was first released as a single (with "You Can't Stop Rock & Roll" as the B-side) on April 27, The Stay Hungry album was released two weeks later, on May 10, Format: 7" Single.
  4. Zululkree
    was an extremely transitional year for the band, due almost entirely to Pete Townshend's rock opera Tommy, which they had begun recording the previous psychedelic.cohuginnmetilarfordredora.infoinfo the first part of the year, the group alternated between recording in the studio during the week and performing in clubs and universities on the psychedelic.cohuginnmetilarfordredora.infoinfoated album: "Tommy".
  5. Tezshura
    We're not gonna take it We're not gonna take it Never did and never will We're not gonna take it Gonna break it Gonna shake it Let's forget it better still Now you can't hear me Your ears are truly sealed You can't speak either Your mouth is filled You can't see nothing And pinball completes the scene Here comes Uncle Ernie To guide you to Your.
  6. Virr
    Release. In addition to being released on the Tommy album, "We're Not Gonna Take It" was released as a single in different forms. In America, it was the B-Side to " I'm Free ", another album track. However, in , the " See Me, Feel Me " portion was released A-side: "I'm Free".

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