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The Who - Who Related Singles - 1956 - 1967:

Bo Diddley/I'm A Man - USA - 1955 Checker 45

Bo Diddley original of The Who's cover originally released as the "My Generation" album

Please, Please, Please/Why Do You Do Me - USA - 1956 Federal 45

James Brown original of The Who's cover originally released as the "My Generation" album

Song For Sweethearts/Avenue L'Opera - USA - 1956 Capitol 45 (Promo)

Cliff Townsend - Pete & Simon Townshend's dad (with insert)

Hound Dog/Don't Be Cruel - USA - 1956 RCA 45

Elvis Presley original of John Entwistle's cover released on his 1973 "Rigor Mortis Sets In" album

The Portuguese Washerwomen/Avenue L'Opera/Surrender To Me/Song For Sweethearts - UK - 1957 Columbia 45 (EP)

Cliff Townsend - Pete & Simon Townshend's dad

I'm A King Bee/I Got Love If You Want It - USA - 1957 Excello 45

Pete Meaden changed the lyrics on Slim Harpo's "I Got Love If You Want It" and the song changed to "I'm The Face"

Love Don't Love Nobody/I Don't Mind - USA - 1961 King 45

James Brown original of The Who's cover originally released as the "My Generation" album

Shout & Shimmy/Come Over Here - USA - 1962 King 45

James Brown original of The Who's cover originally released as the "b" side of "My Generation"

Misery/I'm The Man - USA - 1963 Bigtop 45

Pete Meaden changed the lyrics on The Dynamics' "Misery" and the song changed to "Zoot Suit"

Leaving Here/Brenda - USA - 1963 Motown 45

Eddie Holland original of The Who's cover originally released on "Who's Missing" and subsequently on the various "My Generation" Deluxe versions

Mr. Bass Man/Sacred Lovers Vow - Japan - 1963 Kapp 45

Johnny Cymbal original of John Entwistle's cover from "Rigor Mortis Sets In"

Twist And Shout/Spanish Twist - USA - 1959 Wand 45

The Isley Brothers' original of The Who's cover performed many times live and released as the single for the 1984 "Who's Last" album

Heat Wave/A Love Like Yours - USA - 1963 Gordy 45

Martha & The Vandellas original of The Who's cover originally produced in 1965 by Shel Talmy, then re-recorded for the 1966 "A Quick One" album

I Saw Her Standing There/Misery/Anna (Go To Him)/Chains - Australia - 1963 Parlophone 45 (EP)

The Beatles original of The Who's cover recorded for (but unused) "The Kids Are Alright" (movie) and then performed live at Shea Stadium, 1982

Anytime You Want Me/Tell Me Baby - USA - 1964 United Artists 45

Garnet Mimms original of The Who's 1965 cover originally appearing at the USA "b" side of "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere"

Dancing In The Street/There He Is (At My Door) - USA - 1964 Gordy 45

Martha & The Vandellas original of The Who's cover version(s) featured on "The BBC Sessions" and the 1988 "Won't Get Fooled Again" (EP)

Louie - Go Home/Have Love Will Travel - USA - 1964 Columbia 45

Paul Revere & The Raiders original of 1965 Who cover (which changed its name to "Lubie (Come Back Home))released originally on "Who's Missing"

Don't Worry Baby/I Get Around- USA - 1964 Capital 45

The Beach Boys original of the 1974/5 Keith Moon cover on his single of the same title and "Two Sides Of The Moon"

It Was You/Look At Me Now - UK - 1964 Parlophone 45

Pete Townshend written song, "It Was You", performed by The Naturals

Look At Me Now/It Was You - UK - 1964 Parlophone 45 (Promo)

Pete Townshend written song, "It Was You", performed by The Naturals

It Was You/Look At Me Now - USA - 1964 Liberty 45

Pete Townshend written song, "It Was You", performed by The Naturals

It Was You/Look At Me Now - USA - 1964 Liberty 45 (Promo)

Pete Townshend written song, "It Was You", performed by The Naturals (white label)

It Was You/Look At Me Now - USA - 1964 Liberty 45 (Promo)

Pete Townshend written song, "It Was You", performed by The Naturals (yellow label)

It Was You/Look At Me Now - Australia - 1964 Parlophone 45

Pete Townshend written song, "It Was You", performed by The Naturals

Nowhere To Run/Motoring - USA - 1965 Gordy 45

Martha & The Vandellas original of The Who's 1965 cover originally released on the "Two's Missing" album

The Last Time/Play With Fire - Germany - 1965 Decca 45

The Rolling Stones original of The Who's 1967 cover

Barbara Ann/Girl Don't Tell Me - Japan - 1965 Capitol 45

The Beach Boys original of The Who's 1966 cover featured originally on their "Ready Steady Who" 45 (EP)

Love Is Strange/Man With Money - UK - 1965 Warner Brothers 45

The Everly Brothers original of The Who's cover originally intended for their "Ready Steady Who" 45 (EP) and subsequently released on the 1995 reissue of "A Quick One" and 2000 "BBC Sessions"

Batman Theme/Batman Chase - USA - 1966 RCA 45

Neal Hefti original of The Who's 1966 cover featured originally on their "Ready Steady Who" 45 (EP)

Looking Thru The Eyes Of Love/Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere/Mr. Tamborine Man/Leave A Little Love - UK - 1965 Embassy 45 (EP)

Various artists, including Jaybirds cover of "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere"

Batman/Bucket "T" - USA - 1966 Liberty 45

Jan & Dean original of The Who's 1966 cover originally appearing on the "Ready Steady Who" (EP). Note: The "A" side is not the same as the "Batman Theme"

Join My Gang/A Day Gone By - UK - 1966 Reaction 45

Pete Townshend written song, "Join My Gang", performed by Oscar

It Was You/Seven Golden Daffodils - Australia - 1966 EMI 45 (Acetate)

Pete Townshend written song, "It Was You", performed by Chaos & Co.

It Was You/Seven Golden Daffodils - Australia - 1966 Columbia 45

Pete Townshend written song, "It Was You", performed by Chaos & Co.

Gimme Some Loving/Goodbye Stevie - Germany - 1966 Fontana 45

The Spencer David Group original of Roger Daltrey's 1984 cover

I Stand Accused/All My Life - UK - 1966 Fontana 45

The Merseybeats single, featuring Keith Moon playing gong on the "A" side

Strange Love/Made In Japan - USA - 1966 Daffan 45

Rabbit's 1st record. Featuring Rabbit's dad on bass, and his brother, Sam on drums

So Sad About Us/Love Will Continue - UK - 1966 Fontana 45

Cover of So Sad About Us performed by The Merseys prior to The Who's release. Produced by Kit Lambert

So Sad About Us/Love Will Continue - Holland - 1966 Fontana 45

Cover of So Sad About Us performed by The Merseys prior to The Who's release. Produced by Kit Lambert

I Can't Explain/The Singer Not The Song - USA - 1966 20th Century 45

Cover of I Can't Explain performed by The Napoleonic Wars

Moon Dreams/Wait For Me/Circles/So, Come On - Spain - 1966 Munster Records 45 (EP)

Recent (2004?) reissue of Les Fleur De Lys1966 EP

Nuestra Generacion/Vuelve Sloopy/Sin Su Amor/Los Domingos - Spain - 1966 Epic 45 (EP)

Lone Star cover of "My Generation" in Spanish

Another Man/Substitute - Holland - 1966 Relax 45

Short 66 cover of "Substitute"

My Generation/The Very Last Day - Germany - 1966 Polydor 45

Road Hogs cover of "My Generation"

My Generation/1-2-3/How Can You Tell/Lovers Concerto/The River/Its My Life - UK - 1966 Top 6 45 (EP)

Top Six cover of "My Generation"

Moja Generacija/Ostajes Sama/U Mojim Si Mislima/Marice Divojko - Yugoslavia - 1966 Jugoton 45 (EP)

Zlatni Akordi cover of "My Generation"

The Kids Are Alright/Eyes Of The World - Australia - 1966 Astor 45

The Legend cover of "The Kids Are Alright"

Chante/Ne T'en Fais Pas Pour Ronnie - France - 1966 Philips 45

Ronnie Bird cover of "A Legal Matter" (English Translation of Title: "I Can Only Give You Everything")

Little Girl/A Legal Matter - Germany - 1966 Golden 12 45

Casey Jones and the Governors cover of "A Legal Matter"

Little Girl/A Legal Matter - Germany - 1966 Golden 12 45

Casey Jones and the Governors cover of "A Legal Matter"

Happy Jack/Mutti, Der Mann - Germany - 1966 CBS 45

Willi Nolte cover of "Happy Jack" in German

Out In The Street/I'll Go Crazy - Denmark - 1966 Triola 45

Peter Belli & Les Rivals cover of "Out In The Street"

Lazy Fat People/In The Night - UK - 1967 Columbia 45

Pete Townshend written song, "Lazy Fat People", performed by The Barron Knights

Lazy Fat People/In The Night - UK - 1967 Columbia 45 (Promo)

Pete Townshend written song, "Lazy Fat People", performed by The Barron Knights

Lazy Fat People/In The Night - USA - 1967 Decca 45

Pete Townshend written song, "Lazy Fat People", performed by The Barron Knights

Lazy Fat People/In The Night - USA - 1967 Decca 45 (Promo)

Pete Townshend written song, "Lazy Fat People", performed by The Barron Knights

Lazy Fat People/In The Night - Argentina - 1968 Odeon Pops 33 1/3 7" (Promo)

"Gente Perezosa." Pete Townshend written song, "Lazy Fat People", performed by The Barron Knights

Lazy Fat People/In The Night/The Merry Minuet/Knock Knock - France - 1967 Festival 45 (EP)

Pete Townshend written song, "Lazy Fat People", performed by The Barron Knights

Lazy Fat People/In The Night - Holland - 1967 Columbia 45

Pete Townshend written song, "Lazy Fat People", performed by The Barron Knights

Boris The Spider/It's All In My Mind - New Zealand - 1967 Stateside 45

"Boris The Spider", performed by The Kords

Happy Jack/No Me Importa - Argentina - 1967 CBS 33 1/3 7"

"Happy Jack", performed by Los "In"

I Can See For Miles/Silencio - Argentina - 1967 Groove 33 1/3 7"

"I Can See For Miles", performed by Mike Landers

Ivor The Engine Driver/That's It - I Quit - I'm Movin' On - Australia - 1967 Festival 45

Ray Brown cover of "Ivor The Engine Driver"

So Sad About Us/Stewball - Sweden - 1967 Hep House 45

Mascots cover of "So Sad About Us"

Silence Is Golden / Pictures Of Lily / Groovin' / Waterloo Sunset - Germany - 1967 Tempo 45 (EP)

The High Tops cover of "Pictures Of Lily"

Sam / Samo Ti / Pamtim Taj Dan / Ne Zelim Kraj - Yugoslavia - 1967 Jugoton 45 (EP)

Zlatni Decaci cover of "It's Not True" ("Samo Ti") (In Yugoslav)

The Magic Bus/It's Too Late - UK - 1967 Decca 45

Cover of "Magic Bus", performed by The Pudding before it was released by The Who

The Magic Bus/It's Too Late - USA - 1967 Press 45 (Promo)

Cover of "Magic Bus", performed by The Pudding before it was released by The Who

The Magic Bus/It's Too Late - Australia - 1967 Decca 45

Cover of "Magic Bus", performed by The Pudding before it was released by The Who

Petit Jacques/Merci Chopin - France - 1967 Philips 45

Modern Mome Quartet cover of "Happy Jack" (in French)

Il Faut Nous Separer/Frere Jacques- Canada - 1967 Carousel 45

Lauris cover of "Happy Jack"

Village Green/Little Tommy - UK - 1967 Essex 45 (Acetate)

("A" side) Unreleased single by The Brood - Produced by John Entwistle & Keith Moon as a deal to receive discounted Bentley's from John Mason (auto sales), who managed the band (Keith Moon may be on backing vocals on the "b" side)

Village Green/Little Tommy - UK - 1967 Essex 45 (Acetate)

("B" side) Unreleased single by The Brood - Produced by John Entwistle & Keith Moon as a deal to receive discounted Bentley's from John Mason (auto sales), who managed the band (Keith Moon may be on backing vocals on the "b" side)

Sad 'Bout Us/Anything For You - USA - 1967 Iris 45

Blue cover of "So Sad About Us"

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