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Happy Jack - The Who - Extracts From ;30 Years Maximum R & B; (CD)

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  1. Happy Jack Lyrics: Happy Jack wasn't old, but he was a man / He lived in the sand at the Isle of Man. / The kids would all sing, he would take the wrong key / So they rode on his head in their furry.
  2. Happy Jack Jingle; Happy Jack; Boris The Spider; So Sad About Us; A Quick One, While He’s Away (Original Version / Rolling Stones Rock’n’Roll Circus) Pictures Of Lily; Early Morning Cold Taxi; Coke 2; The Last Time; I Can’t Reach You; Girl’s Eyes; Bag O’Nails; Call Me Lightning; DISC TWO. Rotosound Strings; I Can See For Miles; Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand.
  3. Bestel nu 30 YEARS OF MAXIMUM R & B, CD van WHO en laat het thuis bezorgen, of reserveer en haal zelf op in onze Plato / Concerto winkels.
  4. The Who Extracts From 30 Years Maximum R & B UK CD album Promo Use cursor keys to browse > next >> Happy Jack Jingle Happy Jack Boris The Spider So Sad About Us A Quick One Pictures Of Lilly Early Morning Cold Taxi Coke 2 (This Could Be) The Last Time.
  5. Other live versions can be found on the Monterey Pop boxset () and the Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B video (). Track 7 on the 19CD's.] Happy Jack wasn't old, but he was a man.
  6. A Quick One is the second studio album by the English rock band the Who, released on 9 December A version of the album with an altered track listing was released under the name Happy Jack on Decca Records in April in the United States, where the song "Happy Jack" was a top 40 hit.. Unlike other albums by the Who, where guitarist Pete Townshend was the primary or sole songwriter, A.
  7. Liner notes by Brian Cady. The first of the mid's Who reissue program, the boxset 30 Years Of Maximum R&B, was released July 5, There was a simultaneous release of a video of Who live performances and interviews, also called 30 Years Of Maximum R&B. The four CD's of the set, comprising approximately 5 hours of music, were packaged in a box lined with Who advertisements .
  8. "Happy Jack" was one of the Who's most lighthearted singles, reaching number three in the U.K. after its release in late , and providing their belated commercial breakthrough in the United States, where it reached the Top 30 in mid "Happy Jack" is grounded in two musical hooks: a jaunty, playful, circular guitar riff, and an insistent.

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