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The Who - Solo Rarities:Pete Townshend - I'm Thinking Of You All The While - 1966 UK AcetateJohn Entwistle - Someone's Coming - 1966 UK Acetate Pete Townshend - I Can See For Miles - 1966 UK AcetateJohn Entwistle - Silas Stingy - 1966 UK Acetate


Scattered throughout the 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 what is not included here are "borderline" rarities - that is, tracks by other artists that might feature a guitar track, backing vocal or other "guest appearance". If there is "enough" of a "Who solo presence", then it will be included in this section. All other tracks that are "less than borderline" can be found in the Who Related Albums and Who Related Singles sections.

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

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


Roger Daltrey Rarities:

Roger Daltrey 1970's

Written On The Wind - 1977 - Originally released as a single and an album track on non USA/Canada LP pressings of One Of The Boys, the single didn't chart very well in Europe and was pulled off of the USA/Canada LPs. The song is included on the German, remastered, One Of The Boys CD. However, the sound quality of the mastering is very poor, making it difficult to listen to. The best source for this song is any of the European or Japan LP pressings of One Of The Boys  MP3

You Put Something Better Inside Me - 1977 - Originally released as the "b" side to the UK single of One Of The Boys, this song was also released as a bonus track on the Germany version of the
Ride A Rock Horse & some of the One Of The Boys CDs. However, the sound quality of the mastering is very compressed, making it difficult to listen to. The best source for this song is: the "b" side of the UK One Of The Boys 45  MP3

Roger Daltrey 1980's

You Put Something Better Inside Me (version #2) - 1982 - This version was only released on the Best Bits LP. This version is a more "rocking" version versus the more "country style" original  MP3

Martyrs & Madmen - 1982 - This version was released on the Best Bits LP. The CD versions (various) don't sound as good as this version. Ironically, Roger released a "best of" album with this title in 1997, but left the song off of it!  MP3  Roger also opened with this song for his 1985 mini tour. This sample is from Boston, December 8, 1985  MP3  

Treachery - 1982 - This version was released on the Best Bits LP. This song was also issued on the CD version of One Of The Boys as a bonus track, however, its overly compressed  MP3

Gimme Some Lovin' - 1984 - Great cover version. The only sources are: the 1984 UK or Italy 12" of Walking In My Sleep  MP3

I Won't Be The One To Say Goodbye - 1984 - A song written by Billy Nichols for Roger about the breakup on The Who. The only source is: 1984 UK 12" of Parting Would Be Painless  MP3

Bad Attitude - 1984 - Roger sings backing vocals for the title track on Meatloaf's Bad Attitude album  MP3

It Don't Satisfy Me (extended version) - 1985 - The only source is on the UK and USA 12" EP versions of After The Fire

Breakout - 1985 - The "b" side to various pressings of The Pride You Hide (which is currently the only source available).  MP3

Don't Talk To Strangers (live) - 1985 - Recorded live in Boston during Roger's mini Under A Raging Moon tour. The only sources are: the 1986 UK 7" (double 45) and the UK 12" pressings of The Pride You Hide  MP3

Pictures Of Lily (live) - 1985 - Recorded live in Boston during Roger's mini Under A Raging Moon tour. The only source is: the 1986 UK 7" (double 45) pressing of The Pride You Hide  MP3

Behind Blue Eyes/5:15 (live) - 1985  - Recorded live in Boston during Roger's mini Under A Raging Moon tour. The only sources are:  the 1986 UK 7" (double 45) and the UK 12" pressings of Under A Raging Moon  MP3  (Note: An edited version of this performance is on the Moonlighting album)

Free Me (live) - 1985 - Recorded live in Boston during Roger's mini Under A Raging Moon tour. This show was broadcast on the radio and pressed on vinyl by the King Biscuit in 1986 for radio stations  MP3

Down On The Circle Line - 1985 - Unreleased demo with Keith Emerson and Cozy Powell  MP3

The Pig Must Die (studio version) - 1986 - Originally released on Mike Batt's Hunting Of The Snark LP & CD and then later released on Roger's Moonlighting (2005) and Gold (2006) "Best Of" compilations  MP3 The live version was released in 2010 (see below)

Quicksilver Lightning - 1986 - Originally released on the Quick Silver Soundtrack LP & CD and as a Roger Daltrey single. Later released on Roger's Moonlighting (2005) compilation  MP3

Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me - 1987 - Originally released on the The Lost Boys Soundtrack LP & CD and as a Roger Daltrey single. Later released on Roger's Moonlighting (2005) compilation  MP3

Hearts Of Fire (extended version) - 1987 - This version extends the fadeout by ~30 seconds from the Can't Wait To See The Movie album version. The only source is: the 1987 UK 12" of Hearts Of Fire  MP3

When The Thunder Comes (LP mix) - 1987 - On Can't Wait To See The Movie the LP mix, is different from the CD mix. Compare for yourself  MP3 (LP version), MP3 (CD version - note the backing vocals on the LP version and the bass pop out on the CD version)

Take Me Home (extended dance mix) - 1987 - Neat and very extended (~2:27 longer) variation to the version on Can't Wait To See The Movie. Only available on the 1987 USA 12" single of Take Me Home  MP3

Take Me Home (instrumental mix) - 1987 - Instrumental version of the extended dance mix version (above). Only available on the 1987 USA 12" single of Take Me Home

Mack The Knife - 1989 - The most common sources are: Mack The Knife Soundtrack CD and Roger's Moonlighting (2005) compilation  MP3

Mack The Knife (reprise) - 1989 - The most common source is: the Mack The Knife Soundtrack CD  MP3

Roger Daltrey 1990's

Rock & Roll (dance mix) - 1991 - Extended dance mix of the single version. Only available on the 1991, 12" and CD single EP of Rock & Roll  MP3

Rock & Roll (instrumental mix) - 1991 - Instrumental mix of the single version. Only available on the 1991, UK 7", 12" and CD single EP of Rock & Roll

You Make Me Feel So Alive - 1991 - Unreleased studio track lip-synched by Roger on the TV show, "Midnight Caller" for the episode, "Can't Say N-N-No" (episode #53). Apparently Roger recorded an <unreleased> album in 1991 and this might be one of its tracks. The song is performed completely on the show, but with some <not too intrusive> cast dialog over parts of it  MP3

I Want It All (live) - 1992 - (edited) The only CD source is: 1992 German A Tribute To Freddie Mercury CD (Note: an unedited performance of the same track can be found on the video release of the same)  MP3

Raglan Road (live) - 1992 - The most common source is: The Chieftains CD, An Irish Evening  MP3

Behind Blue Eyes (live) - 1992 - The most common source is: The Chieftains CD, An Irish Evening  MP3

Rachamid A Bhean Bheag (live) - 1992 - The most common source is: The Chieftains CD, An Irish Evening  MP3

I Can See For Miles (live) - 1992 - From Rockline 2010. Roger performing live in the Rockline studio  MP3

Born On The Bayou (live) - 1992 - From Rockline 2010. Roger performing live in the Rockline studio  MP3

Mystery Train (live) - 1992 - From Rockline 2010. Roger performing live in the Rockline studio  MP3

Times Changed (live) - 1992 - From Rockline 2010. Roger performing live in the Rockline studio  MP3

Master X - 1992 - Roger sharing some lead vocals with The Raw Poets  MP3

Stuck In The Middle - 1993 - Alternating vocals with Adam Faith. The most common source is Adam Faith's: Midnight Postcards CD  MP3

If I Only Had A Heart (live) - 1996 - Roger plays a great "Tin Man". The only source is: 1996 USA The Wizard Of Oz In Concert CD  MP3

Heaven On Their Minds - 1996 - Roger plays a Judas in the BBC radio production of Jesus Christ Superstar  MP3

Everything's Alright - 1996 - Roger plays a Judas in the BBC radio production of Jesus Christ Superstar  MP3

Damned For All Time - 1996 - Roger plays a Judas in the BBC radio production of Jesus Christ Superstar  MP3

The Last Supper - 1996 - Roger plays a Judas in the BBC radio production of Jesus Christ Superstar  MP3

Judas's Death - 1996 - Roger plays a Judas in the BBC radio production of Jesus Christ Superstar  MP3

Superstar - 1996 - Roger plays a Judas in the BBC radio production of Jesus Christ Superstar  MP3

Summertime Blues (live) - 1997 - Recorded live in the UK (with Simon Townshend). The only source is: 1997 UK The Mick Ronson Memorial Concert CD  MP3

The Boys Of Summer - 1998 - Cover version of the Don Henley song. The only source is: The 1998 German, Philharmania CD  MP3

God Bless Us Everyone  - 1998 - Only available as the limited edition promotional CD single of: 1998 USA God Bless Us Everyone  MP3

No More Mister Nice Guy - 1999 - The only source is: the Humanary Stew - A Tribute To Alice Cooper CD  MP3

Kashmir (live) - 1999 - Cover version of the Led Zeppelin song. The most common source is: the British Rock Symphony CD  MP3

Let It Be (live) - 1999 - (shared lead vocals) Cover version of The Beatles song. The most common source is: the British Rock Symphony CD  MP3

Street Fighting Man (live) - 1999 - Cover version of the Rolling Stones song (with Simon Townshend & Zak Starkey). The most common source is: the British Rock Symphony DVD  MP3

Roger Daltrey 2000's

Child Of Mine - 2002 - Rare track featured on The Banger Sisters Soundtrack CD as well as on Roger's 2005 Moonlighting (UK) and 2006 Gold (USA) CDs  MP3

The Letter (live) - 2003 - Roger & Simon Townshend playing live with the RD Crusaders, October 19, 2003  MP3

Born To Run (live) - 2004 - Roger & Simon Townshend playing live with the RD Crusaders, October 18, 2004  MP3

Everybody On The Bus - 2004 - Roger sings on The Wheels On The Bus CD MP3

Fill It Up! Reprise - 2004 - Roger sings on The Wheels On The Bus CD MP3

A Second Out - 2005 - Exclusive track featured on Roger's 2005 Moonlighting (UK) and 2006 Gold (USA) CDs  MP3

Never Make Your Move Too Soon - 2005 - Roger exchanged versus with BB King on the 2005 BB King & Friends CD  MP3

Without Your Love (live) - 2005 - Live version of the popular track from the McVicar Soundtrack. The most common source is: The 2005 Germany Night Of The Proms 2005 CD  MP3

Born To Run (live) - 2005 - Rare performance available on the 2005 Moonlighting (UK) and 2006 Gold (USA) CDs  MP3

Highbury Highs (studio version) - 2006 - Roger wrote and performed this song as a tribute to the Arsenal Football Club as their stadium in Highbury, London (which they played at from September 6, 1913 to May 7, 2006), was being torn down  MP3

Highbury Highs (live version) - 2006 - Roger performed this at the Highbury Stadium for the fans of the Arsenal Football Club on May 7, 2006  MP3

The Letter (live) - 2006 - From The RD Crusaders (DVD). Roger & Simon Townshend playing live with the RD Crusaders, May 9, 2006  MP3

I Can't Explain (live) - 2006 - From The RD Crusaders (DVD). Roger & Simon Townshend playing live with the RD Crusaders, May 9, 2006  MP3

The Kids Are Alright (live) - 2006 - From The RD Crusaders (DVD). Roger & Simon Townshend playing live with the RD Crusaders, May 9, 2006  MP3

Two Thousand Years (live) - 2008 - Live at the Royal Albert Hall on April 10, 2008 with Simon Townshend  MP3

Come Unto Him - 2009 - From The Young Messiah CD, live with the Irish Philharmonic Orchestra  MP3

He Was Despised - 2009 - From The Young Messiah CD, live with the Irish Philharmonic Orchestra  MP3

Going Mobile (live) - 2009 - Rare Roger lead vocal version. From Shobox Sodo, Seattle, WA on October 12  MP3

A Legal Matter (live) - 2009 - Roger sings with Babyshambles in Bristol on January 9, 2009  MP3

Roger Daltrey 2010's

The Pig Must Die (live) - 2010 - From The Hunting Of The Snark (DVD). The DVD of the 1987 Royal Albert Hall performance was included with the reissue CD  MP3

Blue, Red & Grey (live) - 2011 - From Colston Hall, Bristol, UK on July 12. (Many of the shows from this tour are available as downloads on nugs.net)  MP3

Happy Jack (live) - 2011 - From The Isle Of Man, UK on July 28. Apparently the band was having some problems with this song, so Roger had to cut it a bit short. This show/track is available on nugs.net and iTunes  MP3

Tattoo (live) - 2011 - From Montreal, Quebec (Canada) on September 27. This version closely follows The Who studio version. This show/track is available on nugs.net and iTunes  MP3

Happy Birthday (live) - 2011 - From St. Louis, MO on October 8. This was sung to Simon Townshend's guitar tech, but Roger explained that John Entwistle's would have been the 9th and Simon's is on the 10th. This show/track is available on nugs.net and iTunes  MP3

Helter Skelter - 2014 - From The Art Of McCartney CD. Roger covers the Beatles song  MP3 

Let My Love Open The Door - 2016 - From the Teenage Cancer Trust / iTunes download only single. Roger's cover of Pete's song  MP3 

How Far (acoustic version) - 2018 - Exclusive to the As Long As I Have You  Japan CD MP3  

Athena (live) - 2018 - From the Royal Albert Hall Teen Age Cancer Trust Concert, London, UK - March 22, 2018  MP3  


John Entwistle Rarities:

John Entwistle 1960's

Someone's Coming (demo version) - 1967 -  Demo version for The Who Sell Out sessions. From the John Entwistle 45 acetate  MP3

Silas Stingy (demo version) - 1967 -  Demo version for The Who Sell Out. From the John Entwistle 45 acetate  MP3

Little Tommy  - 1967 -  The Brood (unreleased) song produced by John Entwistle & Keith Moon (possible Keith Moon backing vocals). From The Brood 1967 Village Green  MP3

Facts Of Life (demo) - 1969 -  Demo intended for Tommy  MP3

John Entwistle 1970's

Heaven & Hell (demo version) - 1970 -  Demo version for the Smash Your Head Against The Wall album  MP3

Rest In Peace (demo) - 1970 -  Demo of  "Ted End" for the Smash Your Head Against The Wall album  MP3

Green Lady (demo) - 1970 -  Unused demo for the Smash Your Head Against The Wall album. The instrumental portion sounds like an early version of Horror Rock (Music From Van Pires) and the vocal portion seems to be a reworking of the "Facts Of Life" demo intended for Tommy  MP3

She's A Witch (demo) - 1970 -  Unused demo for the Smash Your Head Against The Wall album. This is an early version of "Bogey Man" from Music From Van Pires  MP3

What Are We Doing Here? (phased version) - 1970 -  John was experimenting with "special effects" and labeled this the "Phased Version" on his 1970 acetate  MP3

What Are We Doing Here? (USA LP vocal version) - 1971 -  After John recorded the Smash Your Head Against The Wall album and it was released in the UK and Europe, he changed some of the mixes. These mixes are available on the various CD versions of the album. This version is only available on CD on the 1997 USA Sundazed label Smash Your Head Against The Wall as a bonus track MP3

What Kind Of People Are They? (2nd version) - 1971 -  Unreleased acetate mix with the horns higher in the mix MP3  Compare to 1st version mix (also from acetate) which was used on Smash Your Head Against The Wall  MP3

Nightmare - 1972 -  Unedited ending version from his 1970 acetate  MP3

To The Chop - 1974 - John contributed his unique bass playing to the entire, Flash Fearless vs. The Zorg Women Parts 5&6. However, he also sings lead vocals on this song. The most common source is: the Flash Fearless vs. The Zorg Women Parts 5&6 CD  MP3

Cell Number 7 (alternate version) - 1975 - This is the single (45 RPM) mix version, which features a different backing vocal entirely (the album version uses John's "Boris" or "Summertime Blues" voice and the single version sounds like it came from "Mr. Bass Man") as well as some other changes. The most common source is the 2005 UK (Castle) Mad Dog CD, but the original versions of the Mad Dog single, sound much better. MP3 (single version) MP3 (album version)

Success Story (demo) - 1975 - Instrumental demo for The Who By Numbers album MP3

Good Days Coming (demo) - 1977 - This was a demo intended for the Who Are You album. The lyrics are far from "politically correct" and most likely this song will never be officially released  MP3

Bogey Man (demo - 1st version) - 1977 - This was a demo intended for the Who Are You album and features Keith Moon on drums. The demo began its life earlier (see above "She's A Witch" from 1970) but John reworked it and greatly improved it. As the story goes, John played the song to the band, and Pete couldn't stop laughing. This really upset John and the song remained in the vault until it was played to his <solo> band members who absolutely loved it and wanted to complete the song for the Music For Van Pires album  MP3

Bogey Man (demo - 2nd version) - 1977 - This is the 2nd Version of the demo. This version has different lyrics (compare with the above) and other changes, which begin ~1:26. This version  MP3  was completed and used on John's Music For Van Pires album  MP3 (completed version from 1998, released in 2000).

Had Enough (demo) - 1978 - This is the demo for the Who Are You album  MP3

Trick Of The Light (demo) - 1978 - This is the demo for the Who Are You album  MP3

Dancing Master (work-in-process)  - 1979 - This is the bass solo from a band outtake/session for the Too Late The Hero album  MP3 Compare to the demo version  MP3 and the Too Late The Hero version  MP3

John Entwistle 1980's

Back On The Road (various)  - 1980 - This is a song that took John ~20 years to release. It began its life as a demo for Face Dances with Kenney Jones on drums  MP3  (A distorted and over-modulated version of this demo somehow ended up on the 2005/2006 Whistle Rymes CD as a bonus track). When it appeared to be rejected for Face Dances, John moved on to try to fit it on Too Late The Hero and continued to work on the song  MP3 (work-in-process version). Finally, in 1998, when reviewing old tapes for the Music For Van Pires sessions, John and his band thought this would be a great song to complete and include  MP3 (Music For Van Pires 2000 CD version)

Countryside Boogie (demo/work-in-process)  - 1980 - The working title of this song was "Wild Horses" and apparently was intended for John's Too Late The Hero album. A distorted (and over-modulated) version of the demo was released on the 2005/2006 Whistle Rymes  (John's 1972 album). Here is a clean version of the demo  MP3. Compare the demo to the Too Late The Hero sessions work-in-process version  MP3

Hotlicks - 1981 - This is the instructional bass series that John did both on Cassette and VHS/DVD. The series is a combination of "instructions" as well as tons of bass riffs (69 tracks between the cassette and Video(s). The cassette was recorded with full-range audio, while the video was recorded for "low-fi" VHS (the DVD didn't change that). The riffs are comprised of various tracks - some recognized, others, not. Here are several samples. My Generation MP3 Magic Bus MP3 Dancing Master MP3 You/Good Days Coming (unreleased song) MP3 Trick Of The Light MP3 Success Story MP3 Riff Sample 1 MP3 Riff Sample 2 MP3

Love Doesn't Last (John Entwistle vocal version) - 1986 - This version was released as a bonus track on the 2005 (UK) and 2006 (USA) extended reissues of John's The Rock CD  MP3 Compare to the Henry Small lead vocal version  MP3

Boris The Spider (live) - 1995 - Recorded live in Japan with Ringo Starr And His Third All-Starr Band. The only source is: the Ringo Starr And His Third All-Starr Band CD  MP3

John Entwistle 1990's

Made In Japan (alternate version) - 1996 - Alternate mix created for the 1996 John Entwistle Anthology CD. This version include "Boris The Spider"/"Summertime Blues" type backing vocals   MP3 (Alt)  MP3  (Common version)

Never Say Die - 1996 - Alternate lyric version of "Bridges Under The Water" from John's The Rock CD, released on the 2006 Tipton, Entwistle & Powell Edge Of The World CD   MP3

Horror Rock (demo version) - 1998 - This version is a bit rawer than the finished versions and has no backing vocals  MP3

Horror Rock (backing vocal version) - 1998 - This version contains backing vocals that are not on the Van Pires album. The only released source is: The limited edition CD single of When The Sun Comes Up  MP3 Compare to Van Pires (instrumental) version  MP3

When The Sun Comes Up (original vocal version) - 1998 - While waiting for the Van Pires album to be released, some of the songs were re-remixed with various changes. This version features the original lead vocals from Alan St. Jon. Unfortunately, he left the band and the vocals were overdubbed by Steve Luongo. The only released source is: The limited edition CD single of When The Sun Comes Up  MP3  Compare to the Steve Luongo vocal version from Van Pires  MP3

Rebel Without A Car (2nd vocal version) - 1998 - While waiting for the Van Pires album to be released, some of the songs were re-remixed with various changes. This song was originally recorded with John Entwistle on lead vocals, but at the time of its anticipated release (1998), the band was looking for guest singers on many of the tracks. This version was sung by Billy Squire. The original vocal version was ultimately used on the final version of the album, released in 2000. The only source for this version is: the Van Pires test pressing promotional only CD  MP3 Compare to the John Entwistle (1st vocal version) from Van Pires  MP3

Left For Dead (1st version) - 1998 - This version was considered too raunchy for the Van Pires "kids show" as John Entwistle sings about his wife poisoning him (followed by the "My Wife" instrumental part  MP3 Compare to the 2nd version from Van Pires  MP3

Don't Be A Sucker (1st version) - 1998 - This is the original, unreleased Van Pires vocal version with Steve Luongo (it fits the album better)  MP3 However, the Leslie West version was used for the album  MP3

Face The Fear (1st version) - 1998 - This is the original, unreleased version of the song from Van Pires - but it was completely redone. This version is rawer and stronger  MP3 Compare to the 2nd vocal version from Van Pires  MP3

I Wouldn't Sleep With You - 1998 - An outtake from the Van Pires album. Considered too "raunchy" for a "kids show"  MP3


Keith Moon Rarities:

Little Tommy  - 1967 -  The Brood (unreleased) song produced by John Entwistle & Keith Moon (possible Keith Moon backing vocals). From The Brood 1967 Village Green 45 Acetate  MP3

The Kids Are Alright (alternate) - 1974 - Keith Moon drum solo (outtake) from Two Sides Of The Moon  MP3

The Kids Are Alright (instrumental) - 1974 - Keith Moon drum solo (outtake) from Two Sides Of The Moon  MP3

Don't Worry Baby (alternate) - 1974 - Outtake from Two Sides Of The Moon  MP3  Compare with the 1974 45 RPM single version  MP3

Don't Worry Baby (Take 3) - 1974 - Outtake from Two Sides Of The Moon  MP3

When I'm Sixty-Four - 1976 - Cover version of The Beatles song. The only source is: the 1976 All This And World War II  MP3


Pete Townshend Rarities:

Pete Townshend 1960's

It Was You - 1964 - Written by Pete Townshend, released by The Naturals. Recorded by the band as The Detours and The Who, currently unreleased. This cover version is available only on various 45s of Look At Me Now/It Was You (A & B side may be reversed on different pressings)  MP3

My Generation (demo) - 1965 - Released in 1982 as a flexi disc which was included in the Maximum R&B book (first printing) (Note: An unedited version was included with the My Generation Super Deluxe Box Set MP3

Do The Strip (demo) - 1965 - This is an unreleased demo. It has appeared on various bootlegs over the years, but in edited form (1:47 vs. full length at 4:27). This sample comes from a 7" EMI acetate  MP3

Sand (demo) - 1965 - This is an unreleased demo. It appears to be a reworking of "Do The Strip" above (similar music, different lyrics)  MP3

Kill My Appetite (demo) - 1965 - Unreleased but found on several bootlegs. Interesting insights to some of Pete's early thoughts  MP3

Instant Party (demo) - 1965 - This is a rare demo which has appeared on various bootlegs  MP3

It Was You - 1966 - Written by Pete Townshend, released by Chaos & Co. A bit different than the version recorded by The Naturals. This cover version is very rare and available on a rare Australia 45 of It Was You/Seven Golden Daffodils   MP3

I'm A Boy (demo) - 1966 - Demo version of the #2 charts hit in the UK  MP3

Disguises (demo) - 1966 - This great demo has appeared on various bootlegs, but not officially released yet  MP3

Run Run Run (version 1 demo) - 1966 - There are at least (2) two different demos and some of them have appeared on various bootlegs  MP3

Run Run Run (version 2 demo) - 1966 - The 2nd of possibly more versions. Hard to get a true flavor of the various differences in a 30 second sample  MP3

Don't Look Away (demo) - 1966 - This demo is somewhat rare and with a Country & Western flavor  MP3

Join My Gang - 1966 - Written by Pete Townshend, released by Oscar (Paul Nicholas aka "Cousin Kevin" from the Tommy movie and Soundtrack). Unreleased by Pete, except for a live performance commonly found on bootleg copies of his 1974 Roundhouse concert. This version of Join My Gang can only be found on a very rare, UK 45  MP3

Lazy Fat People (demo) - 1966 -  This track was temporary available as an MP3 on Pete's former website (www.eelpie.com)  MP3

Lazy Fat People - 1966 / 1967 - The Barron Knights version released in various countries as a 45 or EP only and fairly rare  MP3

King Rabbit (demo) - 1966 - This was an unreleased demo until Pete Townshend offered it as an MP3 on his website (circa 2001). This sample comes from a 7" Essex Music acetate and is the same as the version Pete released  MP3

I Can't Reach You (demo V1) - 1966 - This is an unreleased demo of The Who Sell Out song. This sample comes from the same 7" Essex Music acetate as "King Rabbit" <above>, but the sound quality isn't as good  MP3

I Can't Reach You (demo V2) - 1966 - This the 2nd demo and is much closer to the The Who Sell Out version  MP3

Our Love Was - 1966 - This is an unreleased demo of The Who Sell Out song. This sample comes from a 7" EMI Music acetate  MP3

Miles & Miles (I Can See For Miles) (demo) - 1966 - This is the demo of The Who Sell Out song. This is the "b" side to the "I'm Thinking Of You All The While" 7" EMI acetate  MP3

Relax (demo) - 1966 - This is an unreleased demo of The Who Sell Out song. In the 1960's Pete befriended American musician, Steve Baron and even wrote liner notes on his LP, A Wanderer Like You. Pete also gave Steve 4-track masters of several of his 1966 demos, some of which are sampled here  MP3

I'm Thinking Of You All The While (Sunrise) (demo) - 1966 - This is a demo of The Who Sell Out song. Quite different than the Who version. This sample comes from a 7" EMI acetate. MP3 (This acetate was also used for the 2021 The Who Sell Out Box Set)

Rael (demo) - 1966 - Part of the larger "Motherland Feeling"/"Rael" demo. The former was discarded but the latter became the finale on the original The Who Sell Out album  MP3

Glittering Girl (demo) - 1966 - The Pete Townshend lead vocal version released on the 1995 The Who Sell Out is much closer to this demo than the other two versions subsequently released  MP3

Languages (demo) - 1966 - An interesting song about Pete's aversion to foreign languages  MP3

She's A Sensation (demo) - 1968 - This is an early version of "Sensation" (from Tommy) and has appeared on various bootlegs  MP3

Dogs (demo) - 1968 - Rare demo appearing on various bootlegs  MP3

Pete Townshend 1970's

Mary Jane - 1970 - Originally released on the the Pete's 1970 Meher Baba LP, Happy Birthday, but not included with the associated bonus tracks on the <first issue - Ryko> Who Came First CD. The track was finally included in the Avatar and Jai Baba CD reissues, but unfortunately made virtually unlistenable due to mastering problems. The song was re-released on CD for the Who Came First reissue - which contained additional bonus tracks beyond the Ryko label. The best source for this track is: the reissue Happy Birthday LP or USA Hip-O CD  MP3

Classified (demo mix 1) - 1970 - Only available on the very rare Glastonbury Fayre LP  MP3

Classified (demo mix 2) - 1970 - This version is a rougher mix than the above, Glastonbury Fayre mix, but more widely available as the "b" side on several 1980 European single releases of Let My Love Open The Door  MP3

Evolution (unedited version) - 1970 - This version was released on the Meher Baba album, Happy Birthday and includes (3) three extra verses (the "Sword", the "Grub" & the "Mule") extending the Who Came First version from 3:45 to 6:06. Here's one of the missing verses  MP3

Baba O'Riley (instrumental) - 1971 - Originally released on the the Pete's 1972 Meher Baba LP, I Am, but not included with the associated bonus tracks on the Who Came First CD. The track was finally included in the Avatar and Jai Baba CD reissues, but unfortunately made virtually unlistenable due to mastering problems. The best source for this track is: the reissue I Am LP

Electronic Wizardry (demo) - 1971 - This was the electronic demo that was used in the 1993 live Psychoderelict shows. It is only available on the 1993 Germany English Boy CD Single  MP3

Relay (demo) - 1971 - Different mix than the version included on the Lifehouse Chronicles Box Set. The only source is: the 1984 UK Sometimes A Great Notion album  MP3

Behind Blue Eyes (demo) - 1971 - 1st of 2 different versions offered in 2000 from the <former> petetownshend.com website  MP3 (Note: Both of these versions are different than the Scoop or Lifehouse Chronicles version  MP3 )

Behind Blue Eyes (demo) - 1971 - 2nd of 2 different versions offered in 2000 from the <former> petetownshend.com website  MP3

Can't You See I'm Easy (demo) - 1972 - This is from the aborted, "Rock Is Dead" * album project (see track listing and other details below)  MP3

Women's Liberation (demo) - 1972 - Often incorrectly titled as "Riot In The Female Jail", this is from the aborted, "Rock Is Dead" * album project (see track listing and other details below)  MP3

Bargain (live) - 1972 - Pete Townshend traveled to India and performed (3) three songs at Meher Baba's grave site (O'Parvardigar was released previously) . The only source is the 2004 USA DVD O'Parvardigar: The Archive Collection  MP3

Time Is Passing (live) - 1972 - (Same comments as "Bargain" live above)  MP3

O'Parvardigar (live) - 1972 - (Same comments as "Bargain" live above)  MP3

I'm One (alternate demo) - 1973 - Rare demo (a cappella start) vs. the version released with the 2011 Quadrophenia Super Deluxe Box Set  MP3

Keep Me Turning (demo) - 1975 - This is a rare demo which has appeared on various bootlegs  MP3

Meher -1976 - Originally released on the the Pete's 1976 Meher Baba LP, With Love, but not included with the associated bonus tracks on the Who Came First CD. The track was finally included in the Avatar and Jai Baba CD reissues, but unfortunately made virtually unlistenable due to mastering problems. The best source for this track is: the reissue With Love LP  MP3

Heart To Hang Onto (backing track) - 1976 - From the Rough Mix Outtake reels  MP3

Keep Me Turning (alternate version(s)) - 1976 - Two different versions from the Rough Mix Outtake reels  MP3 (alternate Version 1)  MP3 (alternate version 2). Compare to the released version  MP3 (Rough Mix version)

Till The Rivers All Run Dry (alternate version) - 1976 - These versions are from the Rough Mix Outtake reels  MP3 (alternate Version 1). There's a 2nd version which starts out the same as the first version, but then adds more details to the vocals as the song progresses. Compare to the released version  MP3 (Rough Mix version)

Misunderstood (alternate version(s)) - 1976 - This version is from the Rough Mix Outtake reels  MP3 (backing track only). MP3 (alternate mix version). This version seems to place everything a bit more "upfront" than the common version, which overall is a bit subdued in comparison. Compare to the released version  MP3 (Rough Mix version)

New Song (demo) - 1978 - This is a track left off of the Lifehouse Chronicles Box, but included only on the Lifehouse Elements CD. Like the former, it required some tweaks to remaster it  MP3

Love Is Like Wine (demo) - 1978 - This is a demo intended for Who Are You, but apparently not a good fit  MP3

Keep On Working (demo) - 1978 - This is a demo intended for Who Are You, and according to Pete, recorded by The Who (but no recordings have been found to date). This demo was included as a bonus track on the 2005/2006 Empty Glass reissue CDs  MP3  Compare with original Empty Glass version  MP3

Guitar And Pen (demo) - 1978 - Demo for the Who Are You album  MP3  Compare with The Who version  MP3

Hepzibah - 1978 - Pete wrote the lyrics and Billy Nichols wrote the music on for this flexi disc, which was only available with the UK, Eel Pie book of the same title  MP3 

Pinball Wizard - 1978 - Recorded with The London Symphony Orchestra, this song features vocals by Pete Townshend (a chorus of "See Me, Feel Me"). Only available on The Second Movement LP & CD, issued in various countries  MP3

Peppermint Lump - 1979 - Pete Townshend produced, plays guitar and sings on this Angie single. The single was issued in many countries and was available as a 12" and 45 only.  MP3

Pinball Wizard (live) -1979 - Great acoustic version recorded in the UK. The most common source is The Secret Policeman's Ball LP  MP3

Drowned (live) -1979 - Great acoustic version recorded in the UK. The most common source is The Secret Policeman's Ball LP  MP3

Won't Get Fooled Again (live) -1979 - Great acoustic version recorded in the UK. The most common source is The Secret Policeman's Ball LP  MP3

The Seeker (live) -1979/1980 - Part of the Oceanic Concerts recorded with Raphael Rudd in 1979/1980. The only source is the 2001 The Oceanic Concerts CD  MP3

Sleeping Dog (live) -1979/1980 - Part of the Oceanic Concerts recorded with Raphael Rudd in 1979/1980. The only source is the 2001 The Oceanic Concerts CD  MP3

Pete Townshend 1980's

And I Moved (demo) - 1980 - This demo was included as a bonus track on the 2005/2006 Empty Glass reissue CDs  MP3  Compare with original Empty Glass version  MP3 and the live version (also see below) from 1994  MP3

I Am An Animal (demo) - 1980 - This demo was included as a bonus track on the 2005/2006 Empty Glass reissue CDs  MP3  Compare with original Empty Glass version  MP3

Daily Records (demo) -1980 - Unreleased demo for the Who's Face Dances album  MP3 Compare with the 1981 Face Dances version  MP3

Another Tricky Day (demo) -1980 - Unreleased demo for the Who's Face Dances album  MP3

Zelda (demo - version 2) -1980 - This version includes bass from the very beginning (the Scoop version's bass starts ~0:45) and runs about 6 seconds longer  MP3 Compare to the Scoop version  MP3

The Sea Refuses No River (demo) - 1981 - Appears to be somewhat unfinished or work-in-process demo  MP3

Stop Hurting People (demo) - 1981 - Instrumental demo  MP3

Ascension Two (demo) - 1981 This is an example where the demo is better than the finished recording. The crashing drums here are nothing short of spectacular. Pete offered this one on his website for a short while  MP3

Ascension Two - 1981 - Bizarre Pete song. Includes performances by John Entwistle and Kenney Jones. The most common source is: the Best Of Music & Rhythm CD  MP3

Cry If You Want (demo) - 1982 - Unreleased demo for The Who's It's Hard album  MP3

Vivienne - 1982 - Originally intended to be released on the 1982 All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes LP, but scrapped at the last moment. Early promo test pressings of the album, have a different track listing, which includes "Vivienne". This song was released as a bonus track on USA (Hip-O) and Germany (SPV) CD pressings of  All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes   MP3

Man Watching - 1982 - Released as a "b" side on the 1982 Face Dances Part 2  45 and on some 1982 European pressings of Uniforms  MP3

Dance It Away - 1982 - Released as a "b" side to the UK and Germany Uniforms 45. Also available on the 2006 Hip-O (USA) and SPV (Germany) All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes <reissue> CD   MP3

Face The Face (extended version) - 1985 - Actually a completely different recording than the one that is on the White City album. Available only on the 1985 12" pressings (various countries) of Face The Face  MP3

Night School -1985 - Issued only as a bonus track on the 2006 Germany (SPV) and USA (Hip-O) CD reissues of White City. This version seems to be more of Jazzy overture (of sorts) to the video only version below. It's possible that these leftover tracks may have been part of a different project as they seem to go together, but are very different from one another  MP3

Night School -1985 - Only issued on video, but a very interesting studio track issued only as a bonus track on the White City video (Beta, VHS and Laser Disc)  MP3

Hiding Out (extended version) - 1985 - Actually a completely different recording than the one that is on the White City album. This version is only available on the 1986 12" and 45 of Hiding Out and the 2006 <reissue> CDs of White City (2006 Hip-O (USA) and SPV (Germany)) MP3

Hiding Out (instrumental version) - 1985 - Instrumental version of the extended version above. This version is only available on the 1986 12" of Hiding Out  MP3

The Shout (live) - 1985 - Brixton Academy, November 2, 1985. This is from the Classic Concerts Of Rock Radio Show, July 4/5, 2009  MP3

Boogie Stop Shuffle (See Me, Feel Me Intro) (live) - 1985 - Brixton Academy, November 2, 1985. This is from the Classic Concerts Of Rock Radio Show, July 4/5, 2009  MP3

Life To Life - 1986 - The only source is the 1986 Playing For Keeps Soundtrack (LP or CD)  MP3

Over The Top (alternate version) -1988 - This is the Pete Townshend vocal version of song, which sung by John Lee Hooker on the Iron Man album. This version is on a promo only production cassette  MP3

I Eat Heavy Metal (demo version) -1988 - This is the Pete Townshend demo version of song, which was included as a bonus track on the 2006 (USA & Germany) CD reissues of the Iron Man album  MP3

I Eat Heavy Metal (alternate version) -1988 - This is the Pete Townshend vocal version of song, which sung by John Lee Hooker on the Iron Man album. This version is on a promo only production cassette  MP3 Compare to the released version  MP3

Fast Food -1988 - This is the Pete Townshend vocal version of song, which sung by Nina Simone on the Iron Man album. This version is on a promo only production cassette  MP3

Real World -1988 - This is the Pete Townshend vocal version of song (which has lyrics), which mostly instrumental as a bonus track on the A Friend Is A Friend (EP) and the Scoop 3 album. This version is on a promo only production cassette  MP3

New Life - 1988 - This is the original version from a promo only production cassette  MP3

Real World (Can You Really Dance?) -1989 - This version of the song is slightly different than the Can You Really Dance? version that appears on Scoop 3. This version is more vocal oriented, the latter more instrumental. This version of the song is available only on the 1989 12" & CD single releases of A Friend Is A Friend  MP3

Man Machines -1989 - This is the full version of song, which was edited on the Iron Man album. This version is available on all 1989 releases of A Friend Is A Friend and subsequently added as a bonus track on the 2006 Iron Man <reissue> CD (2006 Hip-O (USA) and SPV (Germany)) MP3

Dig (demo) - 1989 - Only available on the 1989 UK CD single of I Won't Run Anymore  MP3

Penny Drop (demo) - 1989 - Unreleased Iron Man song, only available on Timothy White's Rock Stars "Pete Townshend: The Iron Age" (promo radio show)  MP3

Won't Get Fooled Again/Acid Queen/Pinball Wizard (live) - 1989 - From Rockline 2010. Pete playing live in the Rockline studio. MP3

Rough Boys (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert (with The Who), East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

A Little Is Enough (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert (with The Who), East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Let My Love Open The Door (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert (with The Who), East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

Face The Face (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert (with The Who), East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

A Friend Is A Friend (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the July 2, 1989 Giants Stadium Concert (with The Who), East Rutherford, NJ  MP3

I Won't Run Anymore (live) - 1989 - Recorded at the June 20, 1989 Glens Falls Civic Center (rehearsal with The Who), Glens Falls, N MP3

Pete Townshend 1990's

Psycho Montage - 1993 - This song  is a combination of unused dialog, the "English Boy" demo, part of "Electronic Wizardry" as well as some other bits and piece. It is only available on the 1993 UK English Boy CD Single 1 and the 2006 <reissue> Psychoderelict CD (2006 Hip-O (USA) and SPV (Germany))  MP3

Early Morning Dreams (demo) - 1993 - Only available on the 1993 UK English Boy CD Single 2 and the 1993 Germany English Boy CD Single  MP3

Flame (demo) - 1993 - See Simon Townshend section <below>

Electronic Wizardry - 1993 - Unused "Lifehouse" instrumental track used as a bridge for the live Psychoderelict shows. Only available on the 1993 Germany English Boy CD Single  MP3

I Believe My Own Eyes - 1993 - This Pete Townshend demo CD is only issued with the 1993 <Broadway> The Who's Tommy book.  MP3

English Boy (live) - 1993 - From Rockline 2010. Pete playing live in the Rockline studio MP3

Don't Try To Make Me Real (live) - 1993 - From Rockline 2010. Pete playing live in the Rockline studio (this was not included on the Rockline CD)  MP3

Goodnight Irene (live) - 1993 - From the August 7, 1993 Pay-Per-View of the Brooklyn Academy Of Music show. This song was not included on the video release  MP3

And I Moved (live) - 1994 - From Roger Daltrey's 1994 Daltrey Sings Townshend Carnegie Hall (NY) concert. Not included on Roger's A Celebration album  MP3

Let My Love Open The Door (live) - 1996 - From the VH-1 Honors television broadcast, April 28, 1996. This is the only known live performance of the E. Cola Mix version of the song  MP3

Won't Get Fooled Again (live) - 1996 - From the VH-1 Honors television broadcast, April 28, 1996  MP3

Three Steps To Heaven (live) - 1996 - From the Supper Club, New York, May, 1996  MP3

If You Live (live) - 1996 - From the Supper Club, New York, May, 1996  MP3

I'm A Boy (live) - 1996 - From the Supper Club, New York, May, 1996  MP3

Embraceable You (live) - 1996 - From the Supper Club, New York, May, 1996  MP3

Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (live) - 1997 - From the Chicago House Of Blues, Chicago, IL, June14, 1997. This is the very end of the song, where Pete repeats the lyrics a capella (the earlier part of song was performed much closer to The Who version than the 1998 Pete solo versions)  MP3

Christine's Tune / Devil In Disguise (live) - 1997 - From the Chicago House Of Blues, Chicago, IL, June14, 1997  MP3

Sensation (live) - 1997 - From the Chicago House Of Blues, Chicago, IL, June14, 1997  MP3

Tattoo (live) - 1997 - From the Chicago House Of Blues, Chicago, IL, June14, 1997  MP3

The Kids Are Alright (live) - 1998 - From Woodstock, August 15, 1998  MP3

Pete Townshend 2000's

Goin' Mobile (live) - 2000 - From The Lifehouse Chronicles 2000 Radio Show MP3 The radio show was comprised of tracks from February, 2000 performances at Sadler Wells. However, Pete played (2) two nights and the officially released album, Live>Sadler Wells 2000 was the other night. Compare versions  MP3

Endless Wire (demo) - 2005 - Unreleased demo from the Endless Wire album sessions  MP3

In The Ether (demo) - 2005 - Unreleased demo from the Endless Wire album sessions  MP3

Sunrise (live) - 2005 - From the In The Attic podcasts, recorded October 5, 2005. This version alternates vocals with Rachel and Pete. This is just Pete  MP3

I'm One (live) - 2005 - From the In The Attic podcasts, recorded October 19, 2005. This version features Rachel, Simon and Pete on various vocal parts. This is just Pete  MP3

Greyhound Girl (live) - 2005 - From the In The Attic podcasts, recorded October 19, 2005  MP3

How Can I Help You (live) - 2005 - From the In The Attic podcasts, recorded November 10, 2005  MP3

Blue, Red & Grey (live) - 2005 - From the In The Attic Christmas Special DVD, recorded December 17, 2005  MP3

Real Good Looking Boy (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, March 1, 2006  MP3

Heart To Hang Onto (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, March 1, 2006  MP3

Man In A Purple Dress (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, March 22, 2006  MP3

Two Thousand Years (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, March 22, 2006  MP3

Tattoo (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, March 29, 2006  MP3

Uncertain Girl (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, April 11, 2006  MP3

Devil In Disguise / Christine's Tune (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, April 19, 2006  MP3

Peggy Sue (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, April 19, 2006  MP3

Ambition (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, April 26, 2006  MP3

In The Ether (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, April 26, 2006  MP3

Barefootin' (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, May 3, 2006  MP3

Cut My Hair (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, May 30, 2006  MP3

Here For More (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, May 30, 2006  MP3

Sheraton Gibson (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, May 30, 2006  MP3

Too Much Of Anything (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, June 17, 2006  MP3

God Speaks Of Marty Robbins (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, June 25, 2006  MP3

Bargain (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, June 28, 2006  MP3

Save It For Later (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, June 5, 2006  MP3

A Quick One While He's Away (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, July 6, 2006 ("Ivor The Engine Driver" segment)  MP3

Let's See Action (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, July 17, 2006  MP3

Drowned (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, July 20, 2006  MP3

Sensation (live) - 2006 - From the In The Attic podcasts, July 27, 2006  MP3

The Real Me (live) - 2007 - Live In The Attic at Joe's Pub, February 20, 2007. From Rachel Fuller Presents: In The Attic With Pete Townshend & Friends 2009 CD/DVD  MP3

Won't Get Fooled Again (live) - 2007 - Live in The Attic at Joe's Pub, February 20, 2007. From Rachel Fuller Presents: In The Attic With Pete Townshend & Friends 2009 CD/DVD  MP3

The Acid Queen (live) - 2007 - Live In The Attic at the Hotel Cafe, Los Angeles, CA, March 3, 2007  MP3

I Can't Reach You (live) - 2007 - From In The Attic performed May 29, 2007  MP3

Three Steps To Heaven (live) - 2007 - With Eric Clapton in Woking, Surrey, UK - December 31, 2007  MP3

Good Night Irene (live) - 2007 - With Eric Clapton in Woking, Surrey, UK - December 31, 2007  MP3

Pete Townshend 2010's

Corrina Corrina - 2012 - From the Chimes Of Freedom CD MP3

Evolution (live) - 2014 - From Ronnie Lane Memorial Concert (2004). Pete playing Ronnie Lane's song from "Who Came First" and "Happy Birthday". MP3

Heart To Hang Onto (live) - 2014 - From Ronnie Lane Memorial Concert (2004). Pete says he wrote this about Ronnie  MP3 

It Must Be Done - 2014 - From "The Americans" soundtrack (available via iTunes or similar)  MP3

Travelator, Part 2 - 2015 - Pete Townshend and Jean-Michel Jarre. From The Time Machine. Pete Townshend lead vocal  MP3 

Chameleon - 2015 - Pete Townshend & Des Horsfall's Kuschty Rye (a tribute to Ronnie Lane). Pete Townshend on lead vocal/duet  MP3 

Guantanamo - 2015 - From Pete's "best of" album, Truancy  MP3 Compare with The Who version, re-titled, Ball And Chain (from Who)  MP3 

How Can I Help You - 2015 - From Pete's "best of" album, Truancy  MP3

Football Fugue (live) - 2017 - From Pete's performance at the Royal Albert Hall, April 19, 2017  MP3 Compare with the Another Scoop studio version  MP3 

Black Bird (live) - 2019 - From Pete and Rachel's Animal Requiem <rehearsal> performance at UCLA on October 26, 2019  MP3 

Station Man (live) - 2021 - Pete Townshend covers "Station Man" from the Mick Fleetwood & Friends Celebrate The Music of Peter Green And The Early Years Of Fleetwood Mac CD (This was a live concert tribute in February, 2020)  MP3 

* "Rock Is Dead" was a 1972 album/project that was comprised of unused Lifehouse tracks, <future> Quadrophenia tracks and a few unreleased songs. The intended track list was:  

Can't You See I'm Easy, Is It In My Head?, Long Live Rock, Get Inside, Relay, Join Together In The Band, Put The Money Down, Love Reign O'er Me, Women's Liberation (also known as "Riot In The Female Jail")


Simon Townshend Rarities:

When I'm A Man - 1974 - This was Simon's first published song (when he was only 13!). This would be great with a new arraignment. It has only been released as a single  MP3

Janie - 1975 - Simon's 2nd single and it's a song about his <then> future wife. It has only been released as a single  MP3

Turn It On - 1976 - Simon's 3rd single. It has only been released as a single  MP3

Flame (demo) - 1991 - Released as part of of Pete Townshend's 1993 Psychoderelict (in different form and female vocals) and in true demo form on Pete's 2nd English Boy CD Single  MP3 Compare to unreleased, alternate version  MP3

Black Bird (live) - 1999 - Cover version of the Beatles song. The most common source is: the British Rock Symphony DVD  MP3

Break The News (demo) - 2019 - Demo version of The Who song from Who  MP3

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