Label: Polydor 521751-2 (UK)
Medium: 4 CD-Box


WHO, The
[Thirty Years Of Maximum R & B (1964-1994)]

WHO, The

Compilation released 1994
Hochformatige 4 CD Box  die meisten remixed + 14 unveröffentlichte Tracks...toller Ueberblick dieser Power-Band,
von den Anfaengen als The HIGH NUMBERS  bis zu Konzert Aufnahmen aus den 80er Jahren.
14 Live- Tracks.
4 CD high Box with recordings from The High Numbers till Live Tracks from the 80s...many remixed songs +
14 unreleased tracks and 14 Live Performances.   A must for the Fan

The WHO :
Started as the DETOURS in 1962, changed name to HIGH NUMBERS when Moon had replaced Dougie Sandon on drums,
shortly before the first single was recorded. By end of 1964 they changed name to The WHO.
First album was produced by Shel Talmy who worked with the KINKS too. In 1966 KIT LAMBERT took over as
manager and producer. The band played at all legendary early Rock-Festivals starting 1967 with MONTEREY;
followed by WOODSTOCK  in 1969 and  ISLE OF WIGHT.
In 1969 they released TOMMY a first rock opera, animated through the concept album S.F.SORROW from
the PRETTY THINGS.  TOMMY became a big success and had  release as  a Movie in 1975 too.
Next LP was the powerful LIVE AT LEEDS, before the release of  their masterpiece  WHOs NEXT in 1971.
With JOHN ENTWISTLE the band had one of the best bass players in rock to offer and with MOON a great
crazy drummer... this rhythm section was unbeatable. KEITH MOON who acted in films like STARDUST (1975)
and FRANK ZAPPAs  200 MOTELS (1971) died in Sept. 1978, to be replaced  by Kenny Jones (ex FACES )

Style: from 60s R&B  to  progressive Hard-Rock

John Entwistle' s Ox ; Roger Daltrey ; Pete Townshend ; Small Faces- Faces
Billy Nicholls ; Speedy Keen ; Thunderclap Newman ; East of Eden ; Ronnie Lane ;
Graham Bond ; Ivy League ;

Musicians :
Roger Daltrey - vocals; John Entwistle - bass, horns, voc., Keith Moon - drums, perc.
Pete Townshend - guitar, synthy. voc.;  Kenny Jones (78-83) - drums, perc.

Dave Arbus - violin (East Of Eden);  Nicky Hopkins - piano (Jeff Beck; Quicksilver M.S.);
Chris Stainton  (Joe Cocker-Grease Band-Spooky Tooth) - piano; ;

Producer: Kit Lambert, Chris Stamp, Pete Kameron  Executive Producer: Glyn Johns

CD 1 :
CD 2 :
CD 3 :
Shakin all over  (J.Kidd)  remixed
Baba O Riley    (remixed) 
Bargain        (Live at San Francisco Civic Auditorium 1971)
Pure and easy  (remixed)
Song is over   (remixed)
Studio Dialogue   (prev. unreleased)
Behind Blue Eyes   (remixed)
Won't get fooled again   (remixed)
The Seeker    (remixed)
Bony Maronie   (Live at the Young Vic  1971)
Lets see Action   (remixed)
Join Together   (remixed)
Relay   (remixed)
The Real me  (prev. unreleased version)
5.15    (Single version remixed)
Bell Boy  (remixed)
Love Reign Oer me   (remixed)

CD 4:

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