The Who - I Can See For Miles FLAC album
Title: I Can See For Miles
Style: Classic Rock
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I Can See for Miles" is a song written by Pete Townshend of the Who, recorded for the band's 1967 album, The Who Sell Out. It was the only song from the album to be released as a single. It remains The Who's biggest hit single in the US, and, after debuting on the Hot 100 at on 14 October 1967, their only one to reach the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, at on 25 November – 2 December 1967.
I can see for miles and miles and miles and miles and miles Oh yeah. The Eiffel Tower and the Taj Mahal are mine to see on clear days You thought that I would need a crystal ball to see right through the haze. Well, here's a poke at you You're going to choke on it too You're going to lose that smile Because all the while. I can see for miles and miles I can see for miles and miles I can see for miles and miles and miles and miles and miles And miles and miles and miles and miles . From the 1967 acclaimed album The Who Sell Out, I Can See for Miles is a classic that has never quit the play repertoire of rock stations, and became the highest US charting single for the band. The song is a true early progressive/hard rock track, inspiring many other groups to follow suit.
I Can See For Miles is found on the album Thirty Years of Maximum R&B
I can see for miles (German translation). Artist: The Who. Song: I can see for miles 2 translations. Translations: German, Greek. Proofreading requested. I know you've deceived me, now here's a surprise. I know that you have 'cause there's magic in my eyes. I can see for miles and miles and miles and miles and miles. If you think that I don't know about the little tricks. And never see you when deliberately you put things in my way.
Let’s See Action (Non-album single, 1971). Released between the twin towers of Who's Next and Quadrophenia, this non-LP track, sung tag-team over acoustic guitar and boogie-woogie- flavored piano by Nicky Hopkins, found Townshend in an unusually activist state of mind. He was inspired partly by the teachings of Meher Baba (see its "everything is nothing" mantra), and later described the song as being "about the people who act in a revolution, and the people that sit back. I thought it also said a lot about the way we forget our souls most of the time. I Can See for Miles (‘The Who Sell Out’, 1967). Townshend recorded "I Can See for Miles" as a demo in 1966, and the Who's managers were so positive it was a guaranteed smash that they decided to shelve it until a time when the Who desperately needed a hit. This gave Townshend time to slowly craft his masterpiece.
I Can See for Miles" was one of the greatest Who songs and, although not the single very most famous one ("My Generation" would get the nod), their biggest American hit, making the Top Ten in late 1967.
Hit Tunes Karaoke – Who's Cheatin' Who (Originally Performed B. :18. Hit Tunes Karaoke – I (Who Have Nothing) Originally Performed B. :15. Hit Tunes Karaoke – A Thousand Miles from Nowhere (Originall. :51. Hit Tunes Karaoke – You Won't See Me Cry (Originally Performe. :21. Hit Tunes Karaoke – Who'll Stop the Rain (Originally Performe. :08. The Hit Crew – Who Let The Dogs Out.