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Saturday, March 8, 2008

The Who Who's Next Session @ 320




01 Won't Get Fooled Again (Unreleased 1st Version) 08:58
02 Pure And Easy (Rough Mix 1st Version) 04:25
03 Baby Don't You Do It (Rough Mix) 08:38
04 Love Ain't For Keeping (Unreleased 1st Version) 04:07
05 Bargain (Rough Mix) 05:38
06 Too Much Of Anything (Rough Mix) 04:28
07 Getting In Tune (Unreleased 1st Version) 03:45
08 Song Is Over (Rough Mix) 06:14
09 Won't Get Fooled Again (2nd Version Rough Mix) 08:40
10 Love Ain't For Keeping (Unreleased 1st Version Alternate Mix) 04:06
11 Getting In Tune (Unreleased 1st Version No Drums Mix) 07:08
12 Pure And Easy (Pete on Piano 1999) 00:56
13 Baba O'Riley 01:58
14 Going Mobile 02:51
15 My Wife 02:03
16 Behind Blue Eyes 02:55

Track Sources:

01 to 04, 07, 10 & 11 Recorded on the first aborted Who's Next session at the Record Plant in New York on March 1971.

05 & 06, 08 & 09 Recored at the Olympic Studios in London during April and May 1971.

12 to 16 Taken from The Making Of Who's Next, TV Special 1999, where Pete, Roger, John and producer Glynn Johns are talking about the recording process and give examples.

7 comments:

detroitrockcity said...

thanks TT. Will listen to this a few times today. you rock.

Dan E said...

Wow, another Moon-era Who one I didn't have (or even know existed). Many thanks, Tony!

louis said...

This is a great post. Essential for hardcore and casual Who fans. Really cannot thank you enough for making these superb tracks available.

blark said...

Thanks TT! Love these studio session outtakes, especially from this era of the Who. great post!

blark said...

Thanks a bunch TT! Love these studio session outtakes, especially of this era of the Who. Great Post!

Kylis said...

Bless you Sir.
This is an amazing contribution.
Thanks
Kylis

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