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The Who - Whisky Man / Boris The Spider (Vinyl)

   26.11.2019  9 Comments

Author: Voodootaxe

9 thoughts on “ The Who - Whisky Man / Boris The Spider (Vinyl)

  1. 'Boris The Spider' is well known and is the basis for most of his later work, both with the band and solo. 'Whiskey Man' gets less love but is every bit as strong and still ranks up there with Entwistles best. This album and the next are the beginnings for all the grand ideas of .
  2. John has stated that "Whiskey Man" was the first song he wrote for The Who. Cornered by Pete for a second song for the LP, John said he had one about a spider named Boris, based on funny names for animals he had concocted with Bill Wyman while out drinking .
  3. I illustrated “Whiskey Man!” I’ll post a link in the comments where you can watch it (and my prior illustration of “Boris the Spider”) on YouTube.
  4. The Who - Happy Jack - Decca Records (different matrix runout from most Decca runs makes this rare)- featuring Boris The Spider, Happy Jack, Whiskey Man. Great Album!End date: Jun 22,
  5. Oct 13,  · Written by John Entwistle Recorded at IBC Studios, London, November John:"I always had trouble singing my r's, so I double-tracked my vocals. On one tr.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Whisky Man / Boris The Spider on Discogs.5/5(2).
  7. Whiskey Man's my friend, he's with me nearly all the time He always joins me when I drink, and we get on just fine Just fine Submit Corrections. Writer(s): John Entwhistle. AZLyrics. W. The Who Lyrics. album: "A Quick One / Happy Jack" () Run, Run, Run. Boris The Spider. I Need You. Whiskey Man. Heat Wave. Don't Look Away. See My Way. So.
  8. A Quick One was released on Reaction Records on 9 December (Reaction ).The first CD version was issued by Polydor in the mids ( ) and two remastered versions, the second in stereo, were subsequently released by MCA in the US in and Polydor in the UK in ( and ) respectively.
  9. " Boris the Spider " is a song written by The Who 's bass guitarist, John Entwistle. It appears as the second track of their album A Quick One. This song is claimed to be Entwistle's first composition, and became a staple of live shows.

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