Another Scoop [DVD Audio]

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Like its predecessor, Another Scoop is a collection of 27 demos Pete Townshend recorded for the Who, and if anything, it surpasses the first volume in terms of quality. Another Scoop has a greater percentage of familiar Who classics -- including "You Better You Bet," "Pinball Wizard," "Happy Jack," "Substitute," "Long Live Rock," "Pictures of Lily," and "The Kids Are Alright" -- and the outtakes are uniformly excellent, ranging from his takes on "Driftin' Blues" and "Begin the Beguine" to neglected gems like "Girl in a Suitcase," "Holly Like Ivy," and "Ask Yourself," and even weird experiments like "Football Fugue." For any Townshend fan, Another Scoop is ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Like its predecessor, Another Scoop is a collection of 27 demos Pete Townshend recorded for the Who, and if anything, it surpasses the first volume in terms of quality. Another Scoop has a greater percentage of familiar Who classics -- including "You Better You Bet," "Pinball Wizard," "Happy Jack," "Substitute," "Long Live Rock," "Pictures of Lily," and "The Kids Are Alright" -- and the outtakes are uniformly excellent, ranging from his takes on "Driftin' Blues" and "Begin the Beguine" to neglected gems like "Girl in a Suitcase," "Holly Like Ivy," and "Ask Yourself," and even weird experiments like "Football Fugue." For any Townshend fan, Another Scoop is necessary listening, containing some of his best and most adventurous work. [The 2002 DVD Audio edition presents the entire album in 5.1 Surround and manages to fit it all on one disc.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/24/2002
  • Label: Classic Records
  • UPC: 601704103693
  • Catalog Number: 1036

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 You Better You Bet
  2. 2 Girl in a Suitcase
  3. 3 Brooklyn Kids
  4. 4 Pinball Wizard
  5. 5 Football Fugue
  6. 6 Happy Jack
  7. 7 Substitute
  8. 8 Long Live Rock
  9. 9 Call Me Lightning
  10. 10 Holly Like Ivy
  11. 11 Begin the Beguine
  12. 12 Vicious Interlude
  13. 13 La La La Lies
  14. 14 Catsnatch
  15. 15 Prelude #556
  16. 16 Baroque Ippanese
  17. 17 Praying the Game
  18. 18 Driftin' Blues
  19. 19 Christmas
  20. 20 Pictures of Lily
  21. 21 Don't Let Go the Coat
  22. 22 The Kids Are Alright
  23. 23 Prelude, The Right to Write
  24. 24 Never Ask Me
  25. 25 Ask Yourself
  26. 26 The Ferryman
  27. 27 The Shout
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Pete Townshend Primary Artist
Technical Credits
Charles Brown Composer
Pete Townshend Composer, Producer, Liner Notes
Jon Astley Remastering
Glyn Johns Engineer
John Kurlander Engineer
Kit Lambert Executive Producer
Cole Porter Composer
Bill Price Engineer, Remixing, Production Mastering
Russell Webb Engineer
Ted Astley Composer, Orchestral Arrangements
John Walls Engineer
Renate Blauel Engineer
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Composer
Eddie Williams Composer
Derrick "Noke D" Hayes Engineer
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