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The Who - Rarities: The Who - I'm The Face - 1964 UK AcetateThe Who - It Was You - 1964 UK AcetateThe Who - I'm The Face - 1964 UK AcetateThe Who - It Was You - 1964 UK Acetate


Scattered throughout this website are various rarities - i.e. hard to find tracks, from singles, LPs or CDs that are scarce or out of print. This section specifically identifies and consolidates these tracks - hopefully making them easier to find for you. If the rarity has more than one source, I will list what I consider the most common.

Please note that I haven't gone to extreme lengths to identify every possible variation. For example, if there is a mono mix of a particular song and a stereo mix, the rarer mono version doesn't necessarily qualify as a rarity. However, if the mono mix has something unique about it, then it will be listed here.

If you see something missing that you feel should be listed in this section, please e-mail me and I will consider adding it.

Next to many of the tracks, click on the MP3 link for a sample "taste" (less than 30 seconds) of what the song sounds like.


Pre 1964

Misery - 1963 - Released by The Dynamics. Pete Meaden rewrote the lyrics and Zoot Suit was born. Commonly available on the original USA Misery 45, and various CD collections  MP3

Got Love If You Want It  - 1957 - Written and released by Slim Harpo. Pete Meaden rewrote the lyrics and I'm The Face was born. Commonly available on Slim Harpo Compilation CD collections  MP3

Eastern Journey - 1960 - Written and released by Tony Crombie on the Man From Interpol Soundtrack. Keith Moon reworked it and it became Cobwebs And Strange on A Quick One. Commonly available on the original Man From Interpol LPs (Rank label only) and will be released in 2005 on a new CD version of Man From Interpol  MP3


1964

I'm The Face -1964 - a pre High Numbers track recorded May 11, 1964. This version is very different than the High Numbers version. Only source: I'm The Face Acetate  MP3 (starts towards the end of the mid-section instrumental part) - Stereo Version MP3

It Was You -1964 - a pre High Numbers track recorded June 4, 1964. The 2nd recording of Pete Townshend's first song (originally recorded by The Detours in 1963). Only source: It Was You Acetate  MP3 - Stereo Version MP3

 

I Gotta Dance To Keep From Crying (live) -1964 - a High Numbers track. Only source: Amazing Journey (DVD)  MP3

Ooh Poo Pah Doo (live) -1964 - a High Numbers track. Only source: Amazing Journey (DVD)  MP3

Zoot Suit (remixed version) -1964 - a High Numbers track. Only source: Odds & Sods (2020 LP)  MP3

Zoot Suit (wide stereo version) -1964 - a High Numbers track  MP3

Here 'Tis -1964 - a High Numbers track. Source: The 1994 30 Years Maximum R&B box set and 2020 Record Store Day (RSD) Odds & Sods LP MP3

Leaving Here (stereo version) -1964 - Pye audition for The High Numbers. Mono versions on various Odds & Sods  MP3

Baby Don't You Do It (stereo version) -1964 - Pye audition for the  High Numbers. Mono versions on various Odds & Sods  MP3


1965

I Can't Explain (alternate stereo mix version) - 1965 - Alternate stereo mix version  MP3 Compare to the stereo version from the My Generation Super Deluxe Box Set  MP3

Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (alternate vocal version) - 1965 - Originally released only on the French, I Can't Explain EP. Now available on the My Generation Super Deluxe Box Set  MP3

Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (alternate vocal version #2) - 1965 - A stereo mix of the above, without the backing vocals available only on the 2003 SACD version of My Generation - Deluxe  MP3

Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (alternate vocal version #2) - 1965 - A different stereo mix of the above  MP3

Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (alternate vocal version #3) - 1965 - A variation of the released version  MP3

Daddy Rolling Stone (alternate vocal version) - 1965 - No backing vocals version  MP3 Compare to common version  MP3

Daddy Rolling Stone (live) - 1965 - Rare live performance  MP3

Anytime You Want Me (interrupted recording) - 1965 - Recording stops after Roger has trouble with the lyrics  MP3

Anytime You Want Me (alternate ending version) - 1965 - Roger sings in a "high voice"  MP3

Anytime You Want Me (studio banter) - 1965 - Pete advocates for Roger redoing his vocal part again  MP3

Anytime You Want Me (false start) - 1965 - Short and sweet  MP3

Out In The Street (false start) - 1965 - Studio banter followed by a false start.  MP3

Out In The Street (early version - stereo mix) - 1965 - Rougher version. A mono version of this recording can be found on the My Generation Super Deluxe Box Set  MP3

Out In The Street (early version - 2nd stereo mix) - Same as above, different mix  MP3

Love Hurts (live) - 1965 - Rare live performance  MP3

My Generation (original version - stereo remix) - 1965 - This is the original version, remixed to stereo with the lead guitar intact  MP3 Compare to the My Generation Super Deluxe Box Set version  MP3

My Generation (alternate version) - 1965 - This <unedited> version was stripped of its vocal track and used as an instrumental for the My Generation Super Deluxe Box Set  MP3

My Generation (live) - 1965 - Rare live performance  MP3

My Generation (live #2) - 1965 - Rare live performance (extended bass solo)  MP3

My Generation (live #3) - 1965 - Rare live performance  MP3

The Kids Are Alright (guitar tuning) - 1965 - Pete tunes his guitar just prior to the start of the song  MP3

The Kids Are Alright (live) - 1965 - Rare live performance  MP3

The Kids Are Alright (live - stereo mix) - 1965 - Stereo version of above  MP3

The Kids Are Alright (live #2) - 1965 - Rare live performance  MP3

The Kids Are Alright (live #2 - stereo mix) - 1965 - Stereo version of above  MP3

Shout And Shimmy (alternate vocal version) - 1965 - No backing vocals version  MP3 Compare to common version  MP3

It's Not True (live) - 1965 - Rare live performance  MP3

Lubie (Come Back Home) (alternate vocal version) - 1965 - No backing vocals version, available only on the 2002 Shell Talmy Sessions (Test Pressing CD)  MP3  Compare with the 2014 remix version  MP3

Lubie (Come Back Home) (alternate vocal version) - 1965 - No backing vocals version (as above), in stereo  MP3

The Ox (studio banter) - 1965 - Studio chatter prior to start  MP3

Motoring (alternate vocal version) - 1965 - No backing vocals version  MP3 Compare to common mono version  MP3

Motoring (alternate vocal version - stereo mix) - 1965 - Stereo mix version of above  MP3

Jingle Bells (live) - 1965 - Rare live performance  MP3

Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (BBC remix version) - 1965 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3

Good Lovin' (BBC remix version) - 1965 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3

The Good's Gone (BBC remix version) - 1965 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

Leaving Here (BBC remix version) - 1965 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

Just You And Me, Darling (BBC remix version) - 1965 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

La La La Lies (BBC remix version) - 1965 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

My Generation (BBC remix version) - 1965 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3  

Dancing In The Street (BBC remix version) - 1965 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3  


1966

Instant Party (Circles) - 1966 - Mono version with French horn. Originally released on The Who Sings My Generation and the b side to A Legal Matter (various countries). The best sounding version is on the 1965 Holland LP, Instant Party. The most common source are the various extended issue releases of: My Generation with the mono version as a bonus track  MP3

Instant Party (Circles) (Part 2) - 1966 - Mono guitar overdub. Not present in the stereo versions, but after the vocal "...back to you..." (~1:54) is an overdub. First, listen to the section in the <unreleased, alternate USA master tape (with no overdub)  MP3 and then to the 1966 Holland, Instant Party (LP) version  MP3 to compare. (Note: This overdubbed guitar track does not appear on the multi-tracks, nor on the mono version of the song from the 2014/2016 sessions, which was created from the multi-tracks.)

Instant Party (Circles) - 1966 - Unreleased mono version with "less" French horn (similar to the 2014 HD download-only stereo version). This version is sourced from a USA Decca master tape. What's also notable here is that the 2 channels were a bit different. One channel was "normal" and the other channel, heavier bass and slightly distorted (which was the "feel" of the original "fake stereo" The Who Sings My Generation LP). I copied the "good" channel and replaced the bass/distorted channel to create a pure mono version.  MP3

Instant Party (Circles) - 1966 - Stereo remixed version of the above  MP3

Instant Party (Circles) - 1966/2000/2016 - Mono bonus track "loud horn version" from the My Generation Super Deluxe Edition. This was a special mix created for me from original Who producer Producer Shel Talmy in 2000 and then released officially in 2016  MP3

Instant Party (Circles) - 1966/2000/2016 - Stereo remix version of the above  MP3  Intro/Studio banter (before the track begins)  MP3

Instant Party (Circles) - 1966/2002 - This version from the 2002 My Generation Deluxe Edition minimizes/eliminates the French Horn throughout and "unburies" the backing vocals. Producer Shel Talmy stated that the horn was slightly off pitch from the rest of the music and sounded out of phase when mixed to stereo. Only being a 3-track multi, the French horn had its own track (but without its presence, other elements of the song previously not heard, replaced it)  MP3

Instant Party (Circles) - 1966/2002 - Remixed version of the above  MP3

Instant Party (Circles) - 1966/2008 - This version from the 2008 Japan My Generation (sold either as a box set or single, mono CD). It's labeled as an "Alternate Mix". This version contains different guitar overdubs than the other overdub versions. You can get a flavor of it in this sample (I used the same 30 second cuts as the other samples), but the guitar gets even a bit more wild after this fade  MP3

Instant Party (Circles) - 1966/2014 & 1966/2016 - The first version is from the 2014 My Generation downloads (i.e. HDtracks). The mix was really good, but I felt the ending didn't have enough French Horn, so while we were working on the 2016 My Generation Super Deluxe Edition Box Set, I asked that it be remixed once more in order to pump up the French Horn a bit. The results were really good! 2014 Version:  MP3   2016 Version:  MP3

Instant Party Mixture (a Cappella) - 1966/2002 - In preparation for the 2002 My Generation Deluxe Edition, several tracks were mixed as special bonus tracks (which were specially created to be "different"). Examples of these tracks and included with the CD release were the instrumental "My Generation" and the a Cappella "Anytime You Want Me". "Instant Party Mixture" was also mixed as an a Cappella, but not released. This version of the song can only be found on the Shell Talmy Sessions CD (Promo) MP3

Instant Party Mixture (live) - 1966 - Live performance recorded in January, 1966  MP3  (sample starts in the mid-section to give you more of a "flavor")

Instant Party Mixture (live - stereo mix) - 1966 - Stereo version of above  MP3

Substitute
(alternate vocal version) - 1966 - Lyrics changed from "I look all white but my dad was black..." to "I try going forward but my feet walk back". Originally released only in the USA, Canada, South Africa and Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe)  for various "cultural" reasons of the times. The most common source is: The Ultimate Collection (bonus disc), but a better sounding version can be found on the original USA single of Substitute  MP3

Substitute (stereo - alternate vocal version) - 1966 - Alternate lyrics stereo version  MP3

Substitute (stereo version) - 1966 - I found this by accident. I was sent some MP3s <of Who master tapes> from a collector in Europe of various singles. When I realized that "Substitute" was in stereo - I  immediately purchased the tape and had it transferred at a NY studio on an Otari deck. Since then, I had it transferred again on a Studer deck and I prefer the results. It's an interesting mix. On the right channel, you have the original mono track. On the left channel, you have an additional bass, drum and backing vocal track. We "theorized" that John Entwistle was merely looking to get more bass into the track and this tape was meant for the <mono> single (stereo tapes were sometimes used for mono singles in the 1960's). However, whether intentional (or not), the end result is a pretty decent <and very enjoyable> stereo mix - and the only one <currently> known to exist. MP3

Circles - 1966 - The Who produced version, which is a completely different recording than the My Generation - Deluxe version. The most common sources are: Who Rarities Volume 1 & Volume 2 and Two's Missing  MP3

Circles - 1966 - The Who produced <extended edit> version. This version runs 3:18 vs. the released version @ 2:27. (From an IBC acetate disc.) You can hear the edit in this sample. MP3

Circles (stereo) - 1966 - The Who produced stereo version  MP3

Whiskey Man - 1966 - Alternate version. This version has Keith Moon's backing vocals on a verse (from an acetate disc.) The released mono version overdubs the entire verse and the stereo version edits it out. You can hear the edit in this sample. MP3

I Need You - 1966 - "No Pickle!" dialog outtake. Keith Moon's first composition for The Who was edited on the "A Quick One" album. Not only was the extended ending (with additional dialog) edited out, but additional dialog was recorded for the song and unused. Here's Keith looking for a "Quick Pickle". MP3

I Need You - 1966 - Unused extended ending (with dialog). (Click track added to discourage bootlegging.)  MP3

Boris The Spider - 1966 - This is an extended edit version. This version runs 3:50 vs. the released version @ 2:28. (From an IBC acetate disc.) You can hear the edit in this sample. MP3

Heat Wave - 1966 - This is an extended edit version. This version runs 3:41 vs. the released version @ 1:54. (From an IBC acetate disc.) You can hear the extended ending in this sample. MP3

Batman - 1966 - The mono version was originally released on the 1966 Ready, Steady Who (EP). The most common source is: Who Rarities Volume 1 & Volume 2  MP3  Compare to the stereo mix which was released on the 1995 A Quick One CD  MP3

Batman (alternate, instrumental version) - 1966 - Instrumental only and a different version from above MP3 A slightly shorter and different version (about 3/4 in - not noticeable on this sample) was released on the 2008 Japan A Quick One CD Box Set  MP3

Please Don't Touch (live) - 1966 - Live performance from 1966  MP3

A Quick One While He's Away - 1966 - combines the studio version with an alternate live version recorded at the Rolling Stone's Rock & Roll Circus. Only source: 30 Years Maximum R&B

Happy Jack (Studio banter) - 1966 - The Who having fun prior to recording the song  MP3

Happy Jack (Stereo) - 1966 - Stereo mix <of common> version  MP3

Happy Jack (Stereo) - 1966 - Stereo mix of the alternate <mono> version which originally appeared on the 1995 A Quick One CD  MP3

Happy Jack (BBC remix version ) - 1965 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

Love Hurts (live) - 1966 - Live performance from 1966  MP3

Run, Run, Run (mono mix) - 1966 - This version seems to have a different vocals and guitar feel, which makes it sound much different than the stereo mix. The most common sources are the 1966 UK A Quick One LP and the 1988 Germany A Quick One CD  MP3

Run, Run, Run (alternate version, stereo mix) - 1966 - Stereo version of above  MP3

See See Rider (live) - 1966 - Live performance from 1966  MP3

So Sad About Us (BBC version) - 1966 - Unreleased version from 1966  MP3

I'm A Boy (alternate version 1) - 1966 - This version features Roger Daltrey performing lead vocal at the start of the song as well as being a unique recording vs. the more common version. The only source is: Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy  MP3

I'm A Boy (alternate version 2) - 1966 - This version  is similar to the version on Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy, but unique. The only source is: The Ultimate Collection (bonus disc)  MP3

Bucket T (instrumental version) - 1966 - Unreleased instrumental version  MP3

Runaround Sue (live) - 1966 - Live performance from 1966  MP3

Runaround Sue (live - stereo mix) - 1966 - Stereo version of above  MP3

Disguises (live) - 1966 - Live performance from 1966  MP3

I'm A Boy (live) - 1966 - Rare live performance  MP3

Doctor Doctor (Stereo) - 1966 - Stereo mix version  MP3

See My Way (Stereo) - 1966 - Stereo mix version  MP3

See My Way (BBC remix version) - 1966 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3

Man With Money (BBC remix version) - 1966 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

Boris The Spider (BBC remix version) - 1966 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3

Substitute (BBC remix version - 1st version) - 1966 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

Substitute (BBC remix version - 2nd version) - 1966 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

Run, Run, Run (BBC remix version) - 1966 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

Disguises (BBC remix version) - 1966 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

I'm A Boy (BBC remix version) - 1966 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

A Quick One While He's Away (BBC remix version) - 1966 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 


1967

Pictures Of Lily (stereo version) - 1967 - Unreleased stereo version  MP3

Pictures Of Lily (2nd version stereo mix) - 1967 - Unreleased 2nd version stereo version  MP3

Pictures Of Lily (2nd version stereo mix 2) - 1967 - Unreleased stereo version  MP3

Pictures Of Lily (BBC remix version ) - 1967 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3

Great Shakes - 1967 - An approximate 1 minute "commercial". The most common sources are: Great Shakes and Then & Now (Japan bonus disc - sounds like it was dubbed off of a bootleg - recorded at the wrong speed <too slow>)  MP3

I Can See For Miles (Version 3 mix) - 1967 - Alternate mono mix from 1967 UK I Can See For Miles 12" 45 acetate  MP3

I Can See For Miles (mono mix) - 1967 - Several different versions actually exist which are commonly found. However, the original UK & USA singles have a unique bass line to it. Most common sources: 1967 UK I Can See For Miles 45 and 1967 USA I Can See For Miles 45  MP3

I Can See For Miles (BBC remix version) - 1967 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3

I Can't Reach You (BBC version) - 1967 - Unreleased version from 1966  MP3

Odorono (mono mix) - 1967 - No lead guitar. Only source: Mono LP & CD versions of The Who Sell Out  MP3

Odorono (no lead guitar stereo mix) - 1967 - Stereo remix of no lead guitar version  MP3 Compare to original stereo The Who Sell Out version  MP3, 1995 The Who Sell Out remix version  MP3 (and above mono version)

Our Love Is, Was (mono mix) - 1967 - Different guitar performance. A different vocal version of this song appears on the BBC Sessions, but the original version's only source is: Mono LP versions of The Who Sell Out  MP3

Our Love Is, Was (alternate version, stereo mix) - 1967 - Stereo version of above MP3

Our Love Is, Was (alternate version) - 1967 - Different performance. Unreleased  MP3

Our Love Is, Was (take 12 version - remixed) - 1967 - "Take 12" version. Different performance, remixed to stereo  MP3 (Note: A mono version is available on The Who Sell Out Super Deluxe Edition)

Our Love Was (BBC version) - 1967 - Roger Daltrey lead vocal version (not included in the BBC Sessions MP3

Our Love Was (BBC version - remixed) - 1967 - Stereo remix version of above  MP3

Summertime Blues (BBC remix version) - 1965 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand - 1967 - Originally released as the USA "b" side of I Can See For Miles, this version has the "quivering" vocal that was mixed out of the more common stereo mix on the reissue of Odds & Sods. The most common sources are: Who Rarities Volume 1 & Volume 2 and Who's Missing  MP3

Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand  (stereo remix) - 1967 - This version maintains the original "quivering vocal"  MP3 Compare to the 2015 remixed version  MP3

Sodding About - 1967 - Unreleased instrumental recorded during The Who Sell Out sessions. It was intended for this track to be released on 1998 Odds & Sods reissue, but they ran out of space. Available on 2009 (and newer) versions of The Who Sell Out  MP3

The Last Time (stereo version) - 1967 - Stereo mix version  MP3

The Last Time (stereo version) - 1967 - Alternate stereo version from The Who Sell Out Super Deluxe Edition  MP3 Compare with the common mono version  MP3

Under My Thumb - 1967 - Mono version with the lead guitar intact. Originally released as the "b" side to The Last Time. A true stereo version was released on the reissue of Odds & Sods. However, it mistakenly was an unfinished mix, without the lead guitar. This version sounds much better, as it's complete. The most common sources are: Who Rarities Volume 1 & Volume 2 and Two's Missing  MP3

Under My Thumb (stereo version) - 1967 - Stereo mix version with lead guitar intact  MP3

Summertime Blues - 1967 - Studio version. Presumably recorded for "The Who Sell Out". This comes from a 1968 acetate, possibly to be considered for a single. MP3

My Way - 1967 - Studio version. Presumably recorded for "The Who Sell Out" - note the "More music, more music" ending. This comes from a 1968 acetate, possibly to be considered for a single MP3

Rael Naive (organ coda) - 1967 - Extended organ coda beyond the song's versions included on The Who Sell Out 1995 and 2009 releases. First released in 2014 as an HD Download (HDtracks) and again in 2021 on The Who Sell Out Super Deluxe Edition  MP3   

Girl's Eyes (original studio chatter) - 1967 - This is the actual studio chatter preceding the song.  MP3  Compare with 2021 The Who Sell Out (Super Deluxe Edition Box Set) "Take 2" version with alternate studio chatter (same count in)  MP3  

Early Morning Cold Taxi (with studio chatter) - 1967 - This is the common stereo version with studio chatter preceding the song.  MP3  

Melancholia (with studio chatter) - 1967 - This is the common stereo version (Take 2) with studio chatter preceding the song.  MP3  

Substitute (live) - 1967 - Recorded live in Monterey. The only source is: Monterey Pop Festival (box set)  MP3

Summertime Blues (live) - 1967 - Recorded live in Monterey. The only source is: Monterey Pop Festival (box set)  MP3

Pictures Of Lily (live) - 1967 - Recorded live in Monterey. The only source is: Monterey Pop Festival (box set)  MP3

A Quick One While He's Away (live) - 1967 - Recorded live in Monterey. The only source is: Monterey Pop Festival (box set)  MP3

Happy Jack (live) - 1967 - Recorded live in Monterey. The only source is: Monterey Pop Festival (box set)  MP3

My Generation (live) - 1967 - Recorded live in Monterey. The only source is: Monterey Pop Festival (box set)  MP3


1968

Dogs (stereo mix) - 1968 - Most common source: 30 Years Maximum R&B  MP3

Call Me Lightning (stereo remix) - 1968 - Wide stereo remix (previous versions have been released in narrow stereo)  MP3

Doctor Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (mix 1) - 1968 - Originally released as the UK "b" side to Magic Bus. This mix contains the drums, and various sound effects, which were mixed out of the 2nd mix (below). The most common source is: Who Rarities Volume 1 & Volume 2  MP3

Doctor Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (mix 2) - 1968 - This mix fades out all of the "good stuff" from the above version and turns up John Entwistle's bass a bit. The most common source is: the 1968 Magic Bus LP  MP3 (Also known as the "USA Version)

Doctor Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (mix 2, stereo version) - 1968 - Stereo version of the above  MP3

Fortune Teller (studio version) - 1968 - Sources: 30 Years Maximum R&B and Who's Missing (2011 Japan CD)  MP3

Magic Bus (long studio version) - 1968 - Several sources (i.e. Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy [LP only]), exist for this version, but in varying song lengths. It was only issued in simulated stereo. The best source is: 1985 UK The Who Collection Volume 2 CD  MP3

Magic Bus (stereo - long studio version) - 1968  MP3

Little Billy (live from the Fillmore East, 1968) - 1968 / 1970 - This would have been an officially released version. Only source: The Who 1970 Unreleased LP (Acetate)  MP3

Shakin' All Over (BBC remix version ) - 1968 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3


1969

Pinball Wizard (unedited version) - 1969 - This version (~1:20 additional length) adds both mid section parts and an extended ending with pinball sounds  MP3

Eyesight To The Blind (alternate vocal version) - 1969 -  Originally released on the 1972 UK Tommy Part 1 LP, and then 1973+ UK Tommy LP pressings. The most common sources are: Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs (MFSL) Tommy CD, Then & Now (Japan bonus disc) and Who's Missing/Two's Missing (2011 Japan CD)  MP3

Dogs Part II (original mix) - 1969 - Originally released as the "b" side of Pinball Wizard. It was remixed for Tommy - Deluxe, but as a 5.1 "mix down" to 2.0 and has lost some of the original feeling. The most common sources are: Who Rarities Volume 1 & Volume 2 and Two's Missing  MP3

Young Man Blues (studio chatter) - 1969 - Studio chatter prior to the start of the song  MP3

Young Man Blues (original studio version) - 1969 - Originally released in 1969 and highly sought after by Who fans since. The only sources are the UK 1969 The House That Track Built LP & the 2013 Tommy Super Deluxe CD Box Set  MP3

Young Man Blues (remix studio version) - 1969 - This 2003 (2004 in the UK) version was created from the same multi-track tape as above, but was remixed into 5.1. The resulting "mix down" to 2.0 is dry, losing the original feeling. The only sources are: Tommy Deluxe Edition (CD/SACD or DVD-A)  MP3

Young Man Blues (second studio version) - 1969 - It was intended that the original version (above) was to be reissued on the 1998 Odds & Sods CD reissue. However, this version (which came from the same sessions) is not only different, but ~7.5% slower! The only source is: the expanded 1998 Odds & Sods CD  MP3

Young Man Blues (third studio version) - 1969 - This version was released on the 2011 Japan expanded Odds & Sods CD reissue and the 2020 Odds & Sods Record Store Day (RSD) LP. However, this version sounds a little too fast! MP3

Cousin Kevin Model Child (original mix) - 1969 - Recorded for Tommy, not used. This version was intended to be released on the <Aborted> 1988 Box Set, but was never released MP3

Cousin Kevin Model Child (remix 1) - 1969 - This version was included on the 1998 and 2011 (Japan) Odds & Sods CD reissue(s) MP3

Cousin Kevin Model Child (remix 2) - 1969 - This 2003 (2004 in the UK) version was created from the same multi-track tape as above, but was remixed into 5.1. The resulting "mix down" to 2.0 is dry, losing the original feeling. The only sources are: Tommy Deluxe Edition (CD/SACD or DVD-A)  MP3

Cousin Kevin Model Child (remix 3) - 1969 - This version was included on the 2015 HDtracks download and the 2020 Odds & Sods Record Store Day (RSD) LP MP3

Overture (BBC Version) - 1969 - This mono version was re-released on the 1995 BBC Classic Tracks #45 Radio Show CD  MP3

We're Not Gonna Take It (Live at Woodstock) - 1969 - This version was released on the 2009 Woodstock 40 CD  MP3


1970

Here For More - 1970 - Roger Daltrey written song, originally released as the "b" side to The Seeker. The most common sources are: Who Rarities Volume 1 & Volume 2 and Who's Missing  MP3

Heaven And Hell (studio version) - 1970 - Originally released as the "b" side of Summertime Blues. The original single versions contained the sound of "broken glass" at the end of the recording, which seemed to be faded too quickly in later reissue versions. Unfortunately, this song was never mixed into stereo, as the mono mix quickly fades Keith Moon's fantastic drumming shortly after the start of the song. The most common sources are: Who Rarities Volume 1 & Volume 2 and Who's Missing  MP3  (Note: Believed to be recorded in 1968)

Heaven And Hell (stereo version) - 1970  MP3  (Note: Believed to be recorded in 1968)

Postcard (alternate mix) - 1970 - Possible alternate vocal. Sources: Then & Now (Japan bonus disc) and Who's Missing (2011 Japan CD)  MP3

Naked Eye (alternate version) - 1970. This version has a very different feel to it and runs about 1:20 longer. The extended ending features some additional rough vocals from Roger  MP3

The Seeker (unedited version) - 1970 - This version is approximately 40 seconds longer than the common version. This version first appeared on an acetate for The Who 1970 Unreleased LP. Official source: Odds & Sods (2020 LP)  MP3

The Seeker (2018 Juggernaut Remix) - 1970 - Odd remix ~1/2 instrumental. The only source is the Promo USA CD single of The Seeker (Juggernaut Remix)  MP3

The Seeker (BBC remix version) - 1970 - Stereo remix of BBC version  MP3 

Summertime Blues (mono LP version with "Radio London" ads) - 1970 - Only source: The Who 1970 Unreleased LP (Acetate)  MP3

Young Man Blues (studio version) - 1970 - The same version that appeared on the 1969 The House That Track Built LP. The Who 1970 Unreleased LP (Acetate) was intended as an official Who album release, but it was finally released on the 2013 Tommy Super Deluxe Edition Box Set  MP3 (See also 1969 above)

Spoonful (live) - 1970 - Cutting room floor edit from "Shaking All Over" performed @: Live At Leeds  MP3

Heaven And Hell (live) - 1970 - Original <unused> vocal version @: Live At Leeds  MP3

Heaven And Hell (live) - 1970 - 1995 John Entwistle overdub vocal version (due to <original> inconsistent recorded audio) @: Live At Leeds  MP3

Heaven And Hell (live) - 1970 - 2014 John Entwistle Hull overdub vocal version (due to 1995 tape overdub gone missing) @: Live At Leeds  MP3

Heaven And Hell (live - remixed & remastered) - 1970 - 2012 Remixed and remastered Live at Hull 1970  MP3

Young Man Blues (live - remixed & remastered) - 1970 - 2012 Remixed and remastered Live at Hull 1970  MP3

Happy Jack (live - remixed & remastered) - 1970 - 2012 Remixed and remastered Live at Hull 1970  MP3

Listening To You (live) - 1970 - 2001 Roger Daltrey overdub vocal version. Apparently, someone convinced Roger there was a problem with his vocals (there wasn't) @: Live At Leeds  MP3 Compare to the 2014 remix version  MP3

Substitute (live) - 1970 - In 1966, The Who released an alternate lyric version of Substitute ("I try going forward but my feet walk back" vs."I look all white but my dad was black") in the USA, Canada, South African and Rhodesia/Zimbabwe (see details under 1966 above). For the Isle Of Wight Festival, Roger sang both the alternate lyrics  MP3 and the common lyrics  MP3


1971

Baba O'Riley (alternate version) - 1971 - This version is about 12 seconds longer with some noticeable differences  MP3 Compare to the common version  MP3

Bargain (alternate version) - 1971 - This version features a wider mix and wandering Pete vocals  MP3 Compare to the common version  MP3

Bargain (alternate version #2) - 1971 - This version features a wider mix (as above) however, Pete's vocals wander much further MP3

Love Ain't For Keepin' (alternate version) - 1971 - Some interesting differences including an extra ending note  MP3

Love Ain't For Keepin' (remixed version) - 1971 - Remixed version  MP3

My Wife (alternate version) - 1971 - This version runs almost a minute longer than the common version and features (2) two repeating lines ("all I did was have a bit too much to drink..." and "and I'm oh so tired of running...")  MP3

Going Mobile (alternate version) - 1971 - This version features a very cool left channel lead guitar (makes the song "harder" and more three dimensional)  MP3

Behind Blue Eyes (outtake / false Start) - 1971 - From the aborted 1988 Who Box Set  MP3

Behind Blue Eyes (remixed version) - 1971 - Remixed version  MP3

I Don't Even Know Myself (alternative version) - 1971 - A rawer and more "country" sounding variation. Only source: Then & Now (Japan bonus disc)  MP3

Let's See Action (unedited version) - 1971 - This version features an extended ending (close to 40 seconds) vs. an early fade out  MP3

When I Was A Boy - 1971 - John Entwistle written song, originally released as the "b" side to Let's See Action. The most common sources are: Who Rarities Volume 1 & Volume 2 and Who's Missing  MP3

Join Together (unedited version) - 1971 - This version (1:39 longer) restores edits an extended ending and Pete Townshend's pennywhistle  MP3

Too Much Of Anything (alternate version) - 1971 - This version is an outtake (and remixed) version that was accidentally used as a bonus track on the 1995 remixed/remastered Who's Next MP3 You can compare this version to the <intended> Odds & Sods version version  MP3

Baby Don't You Do It (live rehearsal) - 1971 - Recorded live in in London (The Young Vic)  MP3

My Generation (live rehearsal) - 1971 - Recorded live in in London (The Young Vic)  MP3

Road Runner (live rehearsal) - 1971 - Recorded live in in London (The Young Vic)  MP3

Walking The Dog (live rehearsal) - 1971 - Recorded live in in London (The Young Vic)  MP3

Boney Moronie (live) - 1971 - Recorded live in in London (The Young Vic). 2 different mixes are available via 2 different sources: The UK 1988 Won't Get Fooled Again EP and 30 Years Maximum R&B (Please note the latter mix is also edited)  MP3

Pinball Wizard (live) - 1971 - Recorded live in in London (The Young Vic)  MP3

See Me, Feel Me (live) - 1971 - Recorded live in in London (The Young Vic)  MP3

Jam (live) - 1971 - This is the "jam" between "See Me, Feel Me" and "Baby Don't You Do It". Recorded live in in London (The Young Vic)  MP3

Baby Don't You Do It (live) - 1971 - Recorded live in in London (The Young Vic)  MP3

Baby Don't You Do It (live) - 1971 - Recorded live in San Francisco. Originally released as the "b" side to "Join Together". Most common source: Who Rarities Volume 1 & Volume 2  MP3

Bargain (live) -1971 - Recorded live in San Francisco. Only source for the original mix, unedited version is Who's Missing  (A remixed version also was released on View From A Back Stage Pass) A significantly edited version also appears on 30 Years Maximum R&B, but unfortunately the "heart" is cut right out of it   MP3

Going Down (live) - 1971 - Recorded live in San Francisco. The only source is: Two's Missing  MP3

My Wife (live) - 1971 - Recorded live in San Francisco. The only source for the original mix is: Two's Missing  MP3  (It was also remixed for View From A Backstage Pass

The Song Is Over (alternate version) - 1971 - False start version  MP3


1972

Relay (BBC remix version) - 1966 - Stereo remix of BBC version. Note: This version of "Relay" is ~50 seconds longer. This sample is the final 30 seconds  MP3 

Waspman - 1972 - Keith Moon written song, originally released as the "b" side to Relay. The most common sources are: Who Rarities Volume 1 & Volume 2 and Two's Missing  MP3


1973

The Real Me (alternate version) - 1973 - Released with a "finished ending" vs. the cross fade on "Quadrophenia". The best source is: 1974 USA The Real Me 45  MP3

Love Reign O'er Me (alternative version) - 1973 - Released with an "organ ending" vs. the "piano ending" on "Quadrophenia". This version is also edited. The most common source is Then & Now, but the best source is: 1973 USA Love Reign O'er Me 45  MP3

Love Reign O'er Me (2018 Lovelife Remix) - 1973 -  Interesting remix. The only source is the Promo USA CD single of Love Reign O'er Me (Love Life Remix)  MP3

We Close Tonight (1998 & 2014 mix) -1973 - Quadrophenia outtake originally released on the 1998 Odds & Sods CD with piano throughout  MP3 and remixed again in 2014 without the piano. This version is available as an HDtracks download, or on the expanded, 2020 Odds & Sods Record Store Day (RSD) LP  MP3  (Note: The 1998 version is also included on the reissued 2011 & 2013 Japan CD pressings of Odds & Sods.)

Won't Get Fooled Again (live) -1973 - Recorded live by the King Biscuit in Philadelphia. Only source is: Best Of The Best CD  MP3

The Real Me (live version) - 1973 - Philadelphia Spectrum, December 4, 1973. Recorded by the King Biscuit Flower Hour. Promo Radio Shows have been released in almost every format. This one is from their reel-to-reel, reissued in 1979  MP3

The Real Me (live version - remixed & remastered) - 1973 - Remixed & remastered version of the above  MP3

Sea And Sand (live version) - 1973 - Philadelphia Spectrum, December 4, 1973. Recorded by the King Biscuit Flower Hour. Promo Radio Shows have been released in almost every format. This one is from their reel-to-reel, reissued in 1979  MP3

Bell Boy (live version) - 1973 - Philadelphia Spectrum, December 4, 1973. Recorded by the King Biscuit Flower Hour. Promo Radio Shows have been released in almost every format. This one is from their reel-to-reel, reissued in 1979  MP3


1974

Waspman (live) -1974 - Performed live only once at Madison Square Garden, NY on June 10, 1974  MP3

Little Billy (remixed) -1974 (1968) - Remix of Odds & Sods track  MP3

Long Live Rock (BBC remix version) - 1966 - Stereo remix of BBC version. Note: Pete repeats and laughs while singing the lyrics  MP3 


1975

Dreaming From The Waist (alternate version) -1975 - Pete lead vocal and different mix  MP3

I'm Free (remix version) -1975 - Tommy (Soundtrack) different mix. Unfortunately just 30 seconds. The opening is absolutely breathtaking  MP3

Sally Simpson (remix version) -1975 - Tommy (Soundtrack) different mix  MP3


1977

I Saw Her Standing There -1977 - Keith Moon lead vocal. Live studio performance outtake from The Kids Are Alright (movie)  MP3


1978

No Road Romance (work-in-process version) - 1978 - John Entwistle & Keith Moon join Pete Townshend on this version. The only source is the 2011 Japan Who Are You SHMCD  MP3 Compare with the demo version released on the 1996 remixed Who Are You  MP3

Who Are You (alternate vocal version) - 1978 - Lyrics of "...who the fuck are you..." are replaced with "...who the hell are you..." Only released in the USA. Most common sources are the 1978 USA Who Are You 45 and the 2002 CSI Soundtrack CD  MP3

Who Are You (alternate lyrics version) - 1978 - This version has alternate lyrics and can be found on the Who Are You (album) 1996 remixed/remastered CD versions, the 2011 Japan CD or the HDtracks download  MP3

Who Are You (alternate version) - 1978 - This version is a different performances and available only on The Kids Are Alright (movie) (various video formats) MP3

Who Are You (alternate mixes) - 1978 - This alternate mix version has no synthesizer  MP3  This alternate version has dry vocals (no reverb on Roger's vocals)  MP3  This alternate version has all the parts and pieces, but remixed  MP3


1979

The Real Me (remixed version) -1979 - Quadrophenia (Soundtrack) version, remixed  MP3

The Punk Meets The Godfather (remixed version) -1979 - Quadrophenia (Soundtrack) version, remixed  MP3

I'm One (remixed version) -1979 - Quadrophenia (Soundtrack) version, remixed  MP3

Get Out And Stay Out (remixed version) -1979 - Quadrophenia (Soundtrack) version, remixed  MP3

Four Faces (remixed version) -1979 - Quadrophenia (Soundtrack) version, remixed  MP3

Joker James (remixed version) -1979 - Quadrophenia (Soundtrack) version, remixed  MP3

I've Had Enough (remixed version) -1979 - Quadrophenia (Soundtrack) version, remixed  MP3

5:15 (remixed version) -1979 - Quadrophenia (Soundtrack) version, remixed  MP3

Bell Boy (remixed version) -1979 - Quadrophenia (Soundtrack) version, remixed  MP3

Dr. Jimmy (remixed version) -1979 - Quadrophenia (Soundtrack) version, remixed  MP3

Love Reign O'er Me (remixed version) -1979 - Quadrophenia (Soundtrack) version, remixed  MP3

The Real Me (alternate version) -1979 - A unique version recorded in 1979 with Kenney Jones on drums. The only source: 30 Years Maximum R&B  MP3

Dancing In The Street (Live) -1979 - Recorded live in Philadelphia. The only source: The UK 1988 Won't Get Fooled Again EP  MP3

Baba O'Riley (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London. The only source: Concert For The People of Kampuchea LP  MP3

Sister Disco (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London. The only source: Concert For The People of Kampuchea LP  MP3

Behind Blue Eyes (live) -1979 - Recoded live in London. The only source: Concert For The People of Kampuchea LP  MP3

See Me, Feel Me (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London. The only source: Concert For The People of Kampuchea LP  MP3

The Real Me (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London  MP3

Substitute (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London  MP3

I Can See For Miles (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London  MP3

Long Live Rock (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London  MP3

The Punk And The Godfather (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London  MP3

Dancing In The Street (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London  MP3

I Can't Explain (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London  MP3

My Generation (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London  MP3

Summertime Blues (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London  MP3

I'm A Man (live) - 1979 - Recoded live in London  MP3


1981

Dance It Away (The Who version) - 1981 - Previously unreleased track with Roger Daltrey on lead vocal. Released on Record Store Day 2021  MP3

Don't Let Go The Coat (alternate version) - 1981 - Previously unreleased track with Pete Townshend on lead vocal. This version contains different lyrics and runs about 17 seconds longer than the common version. Released on Record Store Day 2021  MP3

Don't Let Go The Coat (extended ending version) - 1981 - This version continues about 13 seconds longer than the common version with an abrupt ending (vs. fadeout)  MP3 Compare to common ending  MP3

Somebody Saved Me (count in version) - 1981 - Pete Townshend count in version  MP3

Somebody Saved Me (mystery version) - 1981 - Here the song ends at about 3:50.5 with "...somebody". Was there a problem or perhaps a producer's idea of artistic expression? (The full version of the song runs ~5:33)  MP3

Somebody Saved Me ("Sopranos version") - 1981 - Here the song ends at about 4:36 with "...friend was dead". Like the "mystery version" <above>, was there a problem or perhaps a producer's idea of artistic expression?  MP3

Somebody Saved Me (work-in-process version) - 1981 - This version is exclusive to the 2011 Face Dances Japan CD. It features a guide/demo vocal and appears to be missing some overdubs  MP3

It's In You (glitch version) - 1981 - This version (initially released on the 1997 Face Dances remixed/remastered CDs) has a "glitch" (which sounds like an old-fashioned record skip) at ~1:12. The day the CD was released, I called my friend, Andy McKaie at MCA and informed him. He in turn called Bob Ludwig (who mastered the CD) at Gateway Mastering Studios and was promptly sent a new master. However, many copies were pressed with this error and apparently Polydor (Europe and Japan) didn't receive a corrected copy until 1999)  MP3 Compare to corrected version  MP3

Somebody Saved Me (tape wobble) - 1981 - There is a brief tape wobble that occurs 0:49. This wobble must have been caused during the mastering process as it is not present on any of the other versions  MP3

Daily Records (alternate mix version) - 1981 - alternate remix version  MP3

You Better You Bet (remixed and remastered) - 1981 - wide stereo remix version  MP3

Don't Let Go The Coat (remixed and remastered) - 1981 - wide stereo remix version  MP3

Cache Cache (remixed and remastered) - 1981 - wide stereo remix version  MP3

The Quiet One (remixed and remastered) - 1981 - wide stereo remix version  MP3

Did You Steal My Money (remixed and remastered) - 1981 - wide stereo remix version  MP3

How Can You Do It Alone (remixed and remastered) - 1981 - wide stereo remix version  MP3

Daily Records (remixed and remastered) - 1981 - wide stereo remix version  MP3

You (remixed and remastered) - 1981 - wide stereo remix version  MP3

Another Tricky Day (remixed and remastered) - 1981 - wide stereo remix version  MP3

It's In You (remixed and remastered) - 1981 - wide stereo remix version  MP3

Dance It Away (remixed and remastered) - 1981 - wide stereo remix version  MP3


1982

Cooks County (false start) - 1982 - False start version  MP3

Cooks County (rehearsal) - 1982 - Live rehearsal in Landover, MD September 21, 1982  MP3

Eminence Front (remixed 2x version) - 1982 - Dueling vocals version  MP3

Eminence Front (alternate version) - 1982 - Roger Daltrey lead vocal version  MP3

One Life's Enough (alternate version) - 1982 - Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend alternating vocals version  MP3

One Life's Enough (alternate version 2) - 1982 - Pete Townshend lead vocal version. Included on 2022 It's Hard Record Store Day LP  MP3

Athena (live) - 1982 - Live in East Rutherford, NJ - October 10, 1982  MP3

Athena (live) - 1982 - Remixed and remastered version of above  MP3

Athena (live) - 1982 - Live at Shea Stadium, Flushing, NY - October 12, 1982. Remixed and remastered  MP3

I Saw Her Standing There (live) - 1982 - Recorded at the October 13, 1982 Shea Stadium, NY concert (The Who's only live performance). The only sources are the 2015: The Who Live At Shea Stadium 1982 CD & DVD MP3

Twist And Shout (live - original vocals) - 1982 - This is the original vocal version from the December 17, 1982, Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto concert  MP3  John Entwistle's vocals were a little raw, so they were overdubbed for The Who Rocks America video MP3 (Also note that the latter is a different mix - in addition to the vocals change)

Dr. Jimmy (live) - 1982 - Played live and broadcast on December 17, 1982 (Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto) but not included in The Who Rocks America video MP3

Behind Blue Eyes (live) - 1982 - Played live and broadcast on December 17, 1982 (Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto) but not included in The Who Rocks America video MP3

Cry If You Want (live) - 1982 - Played live and broadcast on December 17, 1982 (Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto) but not included in The Who Rocks America video MP3 Subsequently remixed and included as a bonus track on It's Hard (since 1997). Compare to remix version MP3

Cry If You Want (extended version) - 1982 - This version runs over 5:40 (vs. the standard version's 5:11) and has both a longer intro as well as continuing beyond the fade out. This is the last 30 seconds  MP3

A Man Is A Man (live) - 1982 - Performed and recorded live on October 20, 1982 at the Seattle Kingdome, Seattle, WA  MP3

A Man Is A Man (live) - 1982 - Performed and recorded live on October 25, 1982 at the Oakland Stadium, Oakland, CA. Remixed and remastered  MP3

My Generation (live) - 1982 - Performed and recorded live on November 27, 1982 at the Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, FL  MP3

I Can't Explain (live) - 1982 - Performed and recorded live on November 27, 1982 at the Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, FL  MP3

Dangerous (live) - 1982 - Performed and recorded live on November 27, 1982 at the Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, FL  MP3

Sister Disco (live) - 1982 - Performed and recorded live on November 27, 1982 at the Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, FL  MP3


1984

My Generation (live) - 1982 - Remixed and remastered track from Who's Last  MP3 Compare with original  MP3

I Can't Explain (live) - 1982 - Remixed and remastered track from Who's Last  MP3 Compare with original  MP3

Boris The Spider (live) - 1982 - Remixed and remastered track from Who's Last  MP3 Compare with original  MP3


1989

Roger Daltrey (Intro live) - 1989 - Recorded at the June 27, 1989 "Tommy show at Radio City Music Hall. The concert was broadcast live. This intro was edited out of the promo's for rebroadcast. MP3

I'm A Man (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the June 27, 1989 "Tommy" show at Radio City Music Hall. The only source is: 30 Years Maximum R&B   MP3

Dialogue (live) - 1989 - Recorded post show at the at Dallas, TX Cotton Bowl - September 3, 1989. The broadcasters cut Pete off of the air after some "colorful language". I spoke to them the next day and they told me they had no choice due to FCC regulations.  MP3

Love Hurts (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Born On The Bayou (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the August 16, 1989 Tacoma Dome Concert, Tacoma, WA  MP3

Hey Joe (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the August 16, 1989 Tacoma Dome Concert, Tacoma, WA  MP3

My Generation (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Won't Get Fooled Again (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Magic Bus (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Trick Of The Light (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Tommy's Holiday Camp (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

I Can See For Miles (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

You Better You Bet (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Boris The Spider (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Love Reign O'er Me (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

I'm A Man (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3 (Compare to Radio City version <above>)

Join Together (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Sister Disco (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Who Are You (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

My Wife (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert, East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Too Late The Hero (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the June 23, 1989 CNE Stadium Concert, Toronto, Ontario  MP3

Dig (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the August 9, 1989 Lakewood Amphitheatre Concert, Atlanta, GA  MP3

Hey Joe (live - remixed & remastered) - 1989 - Recorded at the September 3, 1989 Cotton Bowl Concert, Dallas, TX  MP3 

Born On The Bayou (live - remixed & remastered) - 1989 - Recorded at the September 3, 1989 Cotton Bowl Concert, Dallas, TX  MP3 


1991

Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting) -1991 - Last Who studio track recorded with John Entwistle. Most common sources: 30 Years Maximum R&B & Two Rooms (tribute to Elton John)  MP3


1994

Recording Artists Against Drunk Driving - 1994 - John Entwistle warns against drinking and driving. From Recording Artists Against Drunk Driving Vol. 3  MP3


1995

Relay - 1995 - Recorded at the September 16, 1995 Who Convention. Features Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle, Simon Townshend and Zach Starkey (and others). This is the best live version of the song I ever heard. The song features several "false endings". MP3 (beginning of the song) MP3 (one false ending start up)


1996

The Real Me (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in Portland, OR - October 13, 1996  MP3

Quadrophenia (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in San Jose, CA - October 20, 1996  MP3

Cut My Hair
(live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in New York, NY - July 18, 1996  MP3

The Punk Meets The Godfather (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in San Jose, CA - October 20, 1996  MP3

I'm One (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in Portland, OR - October 13, 1996  MP3

The Dirty Jobs (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in San Jose, CA - October 20, 1996  MP3

Helpless Dancer (live) - Recorded Live in New York, NY - July 18, 1996  MP3

Is It In My Head? (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in Portland, OR - October 13, 1996  MP3

I've Had Enough (live) - Recorded Live in New York, NY - July 18, 1996  MP3

5:15 (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in Portland, OR - October 13, 1996  MP3

Sea And Sand (live) - Recorded Live in New York, NY - July 18, 1996  MP3

Drowned (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in Portland, OR - October 13, 1996  MP3

Bell Boy (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in San Jose, CA - October 20, 1996  MP3

Doctor Jimmy (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in San Jose, CA - October 20, 1996  MP3

The Rock (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in Portland, OR - October 13, 1996  MP3

Love Reign O'er Me (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in Portland, OR - October 13, 1996  MP3

Behind Blue Eyes (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in San Jose, CA - October 20, 1996  MP3

Won't Get Fooled Again (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in San Jose, CA - October 20, 1996  MP3

Who Are You (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in San Jose, CA - October 20, 1996  MP3

Boris The Spider (live) - 1996 - Recorded Live in Portland, OR - October 13, 1996  MP3

Naked Eye (live) - Recorded Live in New York, NY - July 18, 1996  MP3

Substitute (live) - Recorded Live in New York, NY - July 18, 1996  MP3


2001

Who Are You (live) - 2001 - Recorded live in New York City. The only source is: The Concert For New York City  MP3

Baba O'Riley - 2001 - Recorded live in New York City. The only source is: The Concert For New York City  MP3

Won't Get Fooled Again - 2001 - Recorded live in New York City. The only source is: The Concert For New York City  MP3


2002

Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (live) - 2002 -  This version was from Madison Square Garden Beach (New York, NY) on July 31, 2002. From The Who 2002  Encore Series *  MP3

Another Tricky Day (live) - 2002 -  This version was from Madison Square Garden Beach (New York, NY) on July 31, 2002. From The Who 2002  Encore Series *  MP3

Eminence Front (live) - 2002 -  This version was from Madison Square Garden Beach (New York, NY) on July 31, 2002. From The Who 2002  Encore Series * MP3

The Kids Are Alright (live) - 2002 -  This version was from Madison Square Garden Beach (New York, NY) on July 31, 2002. Pete adds extensive additional lyrics to this version. From The Who 2002  Encore Series *  MP3

* The rarity with these tracks is that this particular show's CD release is the only one out of the entire 2002 Encore Series (of 25), which is both mixed and mastered properly. The 2002 live shows were hard to enjoy. They were immediately after John Entwistle's sudden death and nobody wanted to look towards the left side of the stage, because the beloved, world's best bass player, was gone. In listening to the above tracks (hard to get a good flavor in only 30 seconds), you get a sense that Pete was trying to compensate for John's loss on stage by adding more to his playing.


2004

Real Good Looking Boy (remix) - 2004 -  Remixed version  MP3  The original version first appeared on Then And Now   MP3

Old Red Wine (remix) - 2004 -  Remixed version  MP3  The original version first appeared on Then And Now   MP3

Another Tricky Day (live) - 2004 -  This version was from The Forum (London, UK) on March 22, 2004. From The Who 2004  Encore Series  MP3

Bargain (live) - 2004 -  This version was from The Forum (London, UK) on March 22, 2004. From The Who 2004  Encore Series  MP3

You Better You Bet (live) - 2004 -  This version was from The Forum (London, UK) on March 22, 2004. From The Who 2004  Encore Series  MP3

Real Good Looking Boy (live) - 2004 -  This version was from The Forum (London, UK) on March 22, 2004. From The Who 2004  Encore Series  MP3

The Kids Are Alright (live) - 2004 -  This version was from The Forum (London, UK) on March 22, 2004. Another extensive adlib from Pete (but only 30 seconds here). From The Who 2004  Encore Series  MP3

Old Red Wine (live) - 2004 -  This version was from The Forum (London, UK) on March 22, 2004. From The Who 2004  Encore Series  MP3


2006

It's Not Enough - 2006 -  This version is remixed and has a slightly longer (and complete) ending. The only source is the UK CD single of Black Widow's Eyes  MP3 (Note: USA single versions have the same mix, but are not the same extended length)

Mirror Door - 2006 -  Promo only version with no crowd noise. Most common source, 2006 Mirror Door UK CD Single Promo  MP3  For comparison, this is the 2006 Wire & Glass (EP) version with crowd noise  MP3  Also note, that the mix (and Roger's vocal performance) on these two versions is different than the version on Endless Wire  MP3

Sound Round (remixed) - 2006 -  Remixed version  MP3

Pick Up The Peace (remixed) - Remixed version  MP3

Greyhound Girl (live) - 2006 -  Performed only 2 times with The Who!  This version was from Live in Lyon (Lyon, France) on July 17, 2006. From the Endless Wire (Best Buy Limited Edition) CD  MP3 

Sound Round (live) - 2006 -  This version was from Jones Beach (Wantagh, NY) on September 13, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3

Pick Up The Peace (live) - 2006 -  This version was from Jones Beach (Wantagh, NY) on September 13, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3

Unholy Trinity (live) - 2006 -  Performed only 3 times! This version was from Jones Beach (Wantagh, NY) on September 13, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3 Compare to Endless Wire studio version  MP3  

Out On The Endless Wire (live) - 2006 -  This version was from Jones Beach (Wantagh, NY) on September 13, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3

We Got A Hit (live) - 2006 -  This version was from Jones Beach (Wantagh, NY) on September 13, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3

They Made My Dreams Come True (live) - 2006 -  This version was from Jones Beach (Wantagh, NY) on September 13, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3

Mirror Door (live) - 2006 -  This version was from Jones Beach (Wantagh, NY) on September 13, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3

Tea & Theatre (live) - 2006 -  This version was from Jones Beach (Wantagh, NY) on September 13, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3

Mike Post Theme (live) - 2006 -  This version was from Holmdel, NJ on September 21, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3

Fragments (live) - 2006 -  This version was from Jones Beach (Wantagh, NY) on September 13, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3

Man In A Purple Dress (live) - 2006 -  This version was from Jones Beach (Wantagh, NY) on September 13, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3

Black Widow's Eyes (live) - 2006 -  This version was from Jones Beach (Wantagh, NY) on September 13, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3

Naked Eye (live) - 2006 -  This version was from Holmdel, NJ on September 21, 2006. From The Who 2006  Encore Series  MP3


2014

Be Lucky (remix) - 2014 -  Remixed version  MP3  The original version first appeared on Be Lucky 2014 UK CD single  MP3


2015

Slip Kid (live) - 2015 - Recorded live in Tampa, Florida - April 15, 2015  MP3

Slip Kid (live - remixed) - 2015 - Remixed version of the above  MP3

I Can See For Miles (live - remixed) - 2015 - Recorded Live in Tampa, Florida - April 15, 2015, remixed  MP3

You Better You Bet (live - remixed) - 2015 - Recorded Live in Tampa, Florida - April 15, 2015, remixed  MP3

A Quick One While He's Away (live - remixed) - 2015 - Recorded Live in Tampa, Florida - April 15, 2015, remixed  MP3

Pictures Of Lily (live - remixed) - 2015 - Recorded Live in Tampa, Florida - April 15, 2015, remixed  MP3

Magic Bus (live - remixed) - 2015 - Recorded Live in Tampa, Florida - April 15, 2015, remixed  MP3

Slip Kid (live - remixed & remastered) - 2015 - Remixed & remastered version of Atlantic City, NJ performance - May 22, 2015  MP3


2019

All This Music Must Fade (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

Ball & Chain (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

I Don't Wanna Get Wise (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

Detour (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

Beads On One String (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3 (Note: This is the original, 2019 album version, but using the alternate guitar track from the 2020 Yaggerdang remixed version)

Hero Ground Zero (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

Street Song (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

I'll Be Back (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

Break The News (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

Rockin' In Rage (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

She Rocked My World (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

Beads On One String (Yaggerdang Remix Version) (remixed & remastered) - 2019/2020 - Remixed and remastered track from Who 2020 Deluxe Edition MP3 (Note: This version has different vocals, guitar and drum track than the 2019 version above)

This Gun Will Misfire (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

Got Nothing To Prove (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

Danny And My Ponies (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

Sand (demo) (remixed & remastered) - 1965/2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

Beads On One String (demo) (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3

Break The News (demo) (remixed & remastered) - 2019 - Remixed and remastered track from Who  MP3


2020

Beads On One String - 2020 - This version is known as the Yaggerdang (Pete Townshend) Remix version, but it's pretty much a brand new version. You can find this version as a bonus track on the 2020 Deluxe Edition of Who (which also features Live At Kingston)  MP3  Compare with the regular album version  MP3  (Edited for playability)


2022


Let My Love Open The Door - (live remixed & remastered - Roger Daltrey lead vocal) - 2022 - Performed live at the Royal Albert Hall - March 25, 2022  MP3

Eminence Front - (live remixed & remastered - Roger Daltrey lead vocal) - 2022 - Performed live at the Royal Albert Hall - March 25, 2022  MP3

Beads On One String - (live remixed & remastered) - 2022 - Performed live at the Royal Albert Hall - March 25, 2022  MP3

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