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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, June 20, 1995
`A Quick One' is unique in that it is the only Who record in which all four band members contribute songs.
Now I got the CD with bonus tracks, but since the song, `Happy Jack' was not on the original British album it is not on this release!
I love the fact that all four members wrote songs for it so you can really get a feel for each separate personality.
Pre-Tommy Who alway sounds a little raw, so it's not for the causal fan. but if you really want to explore how the boys got to Who's Next here are some great hints to future... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Eric Hvisc
A great collection of songs by the who. Very garage sounding material from a young Who. Have to get this one in your collection.Published 8 months ago by Ray W. Black
I have the original American Vinyl record, one of my very favorite albums of all time. I was expecting the CD to be the American Album version with the real hit record "Happy... Read morePublished 13 months ago by James Armstrong
Remaster sounds great.
Gatefold is very good.
Classic album reissue is nice.
I recommend this LP to all fans of The Who.
The Who were still finding themselves when they made this album, and still learning how to record their sound. The album is pretty crunchy and has a poor sound quality. Read morePublished 20 months ago by David J. Klopotoski
A quick one is one of the good albums from the who one of the best british rock bands.this is a decent album and is highly recommended.Published 22 months ago by Rohit R
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I am waiting for a Japanese deluxe 2 CD version in the mail. I was prompted to buy this because my "Quick One" 95 remastered CD is mostly in mono. This Japanese release has both mono and stereo versions. I will post my thoughts after I get to hear it. Hope it's worth it...
Feb 15, 2013 by Robert | See all 2 posts