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Quick One (Happy Jack) (1966) http://ifolder.ru/1515066
Who Sings My Generation (1966) http://ifolder.ru/1515110
Who Sell Out (1967) http://ifolder.ru/1515199
Tommy (1969) http://ifolder.ru/1515247 ::: http://ifolder.ru/1515286
Who's Next (1971) http://ifolder.ru/1515278
Quadrophenia (1973) http://ifolder.ru/1515481 ::: http://ifolder.ru/1515331
Kids Are Alright http://ifolder.ru/1515543 ::: http://ifolder.ru/1515575
Face Dances (1981) http://ifolder.ru/1515447
It's Hard (1982) http://ifolder.ru/1515585
My Generation - The Very Best Of... (1996) http://ifolder.ru/1516551 ::: http://ifolder.ru/1515539
Who's Greatest Hits (2004) http://ifolder.ru/1515558

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The Last Word: Roger Daltrey on Marriage, Hip-Hop and the Who Hit He’s Sick of Singing

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Flashback: Keith Moon Gives His Final TV Interview a Month Before His Death

It was exactly 40 years ago today that Who drummer Keith Moon was found dead at a London flat owned by Harry Nilsson after overdosing on clomethiazole, which he was prescribed to alleviate his alcohol withdrawal symptoms. By tragic coincidence, it was the exact same apartment where Cass Elliott of the Mamas & the Papas died four years earlier. Moon was just 32, but his rampant drug and alcohol use and madcap lifestyle that earned him the nickname “Moon the Loon” had bloated his once svelte frame and made him look about a decade older in the period leading up to his death.

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Flashback: The Who’s John Entwistle Sings ‘Boris the Spider’ With Ringo’s All Starrs

One of the most interesting lineups came together for the 1995 tour when the drummer united Randy Bachman, Mark Farner, Billy Preston, Felix Cavaliere and John Entwistle. With the exception of Preston, it was the only time everyone in the group ever toured with Ringo. It was a set packed with the hits of Grand Funk Railroad, the Rascals, the Who, the Guess Who, Bachman-Turner Overdrive and, of course, the Beatles.

John Entwistle spent the previous summer touring with Roger Daltrey on his Daltrey Sings Townshend tour, which marked the first time he played with Ringo’s son Zac Starkey on drums. They reunited on the 1995 All Starr Band tour and would play together the following summer when Pete Townshend reunited the band to stage the Who’s 1973 LP Quadrophenia. On the Ringo tour, Entwistle stuck to the handful of Who songs where he sang lead. Here’s video of him playing “Boris the Spider” that summer. It’s a little odd to see that cross-section of musicians playing a relatively obscure Who song, but somehow it works.

RS
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The Who Plot Symphonic U.S. Arena Tour, New Studio Album for 2019

When Pete Townshend’s management team came to him with a lucrative offer from Live Nation to spend much of 2019 on the road with the Who, he said he’d only agree to it under a single condition. “I said I was not going to sign any contracts unless we have new material,” says Townshend. “This has nothing to do with wanting a hit album. It has nothing to do with the fact that the Who need a new album. It’s purely personal. It’s about my pride, my sense of self-worth and self-dignity as a writer.”

The new album – which will be their first release since 2006’s Endless Wire – exists now only as 15 painstakingly constructed demos that Townshend crafted last year at five studios around England, but he hopes Roger Daltrey will record vocals later this year for a 2019 release. In the meantime, however, they are gearing up for a 29-date North American tour where a local symphony orchestra will join the band nightly. Daltrey got the idea after spending the summer of 2018 playing Tommy with symphonies and loving the experience. “I’ll be 75 years old in March and this feels like a dignified way to go and do music,” he says. “That’s all we’re really left with. We’re old men now. We’ve lost the looks. We’ve lost the glamour. What we’re left with is the music and we’re going to present it in a way which is as fresh and powerful as ever.”

The group has yet to release tour dates, but Townshend says it will begin in Michigan in May and hit cities all over the East Coast, including New York and Chicago. That initial leg is just 12 shows, but they’ll return in September and October to hit Canada and the western United States. There will be 29 total concerts in North America. (Most of the shows are at arenas, though he mentioned the possibility of a stadium or two.) Townshend says that the European tour plans are less clear at the moment, but that they’ll have something to announce soon.

RS
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The Who Announce U.S. Dates for ‘Moving On!’ Symphonic Tour

The Who have announced dates for their Moving On! tour, which will kick off May 7th at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan and wrap up October 23rd at the Rogers Arena in Edmonton, Alberta. As Rolling Stone previously reported, a local orchestra will join the band every night of the tour for an evening of music from their entire career.

“Be aware, Who fans!” Roger Daltrey said in a statement. “Just because it’s The Who with an orchestra, in no way will it compromise the way Pete and I deliver our music. This will be full throttle Who with horns and bells on.”

Pete Townshend and Daltrey will be backed by the same band they’ve used in recent years, which includes guitarist Simon Townshend, keyboardist Loren Gold, bassist Jon Button and drummer Zak Starkey. The set list is still being worked out, but the band has indicated they want to play a selection of songs from Tommy to honor its 50th anniversary along with tunes from Quadrophenia and other select hits from their large back catalog.

The Who – Moving On! Tour
May 7 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena
May 9 – Buffalo, NY @ KeyBank Center
May 11 – Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube Live
May 13 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
May 16 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
May 18 – Noblesville, IN @ Ruoff Home Mortage Music Cente
May 21 – Chicago, IL Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
May 23 – Maryland Heights, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre St. Louis
May 25 – Philadelphia, PA @ Citizens Bank Park
May 28 – Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena
May 30 – Pittsburgh, PA @ PPG Paints Arena
June 1 – Toronto, ON Scotiabank Arena
Sept 6 – St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
Sept 8 – Alpine Valley, WI @ Alpine Valley Music Theatre
Sept 10 -Cuyahoga Falls, OH @ Blossom Music Center
Sept 13 – Boston, MA @ Fenway Park
Sept 15 – Wantagh, NY @ Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
Sept 18 – Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena
Sept 20 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ BB&T Center
Sept 22 -Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena
Sept 25 -Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
Sept 27 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
Sept 29 – Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
Oct 11 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl
Oct 13 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl
Oct 16 – San Diego, CA @ Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl San Diego State University
Oct 19 – Seattle, WA @ T-Mobile Park, Home of the Seattle Mariners
Oct 21 – Vancouver, BC @ Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
Oct 23 – Edmonton, AB @ Rogers Place


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Flashback: Roger Daltrey Sings ‘Love Reign O’er Me’ With an Orchestra

Earlier this week, the Who rolled out dates for their 2019 Moving On! tour, on which they’ll be joined each night by local symphonies. “Be aware Who fans!” Roger Daltrey said in a statement. “Just because it’s The Who with an orchestra, in no way will it compromise the way Pete and I deliver our music. This will be full throttle Who with horns and bells on.”

This won’t be the first time the Who’s music will be paired with an orchestra. The idea goes back to 1972 when the London Symphony Orchestra staged Tommy with guests including Steve Winwood, Rod Stewart, Ringo Starr and Richie Havens, plus Daltrey with Pete Townshend. Twenty-two years later, in 1994, Daltrey revived the idea at Carnegie Hall when he celebrated his 50th birthday by singing Who classics with the Juilliard Orchestra, joined by guests stars Eddie Vedder, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, Linda Perry, along with Townshend and his other surviving bandmate John Entwistle.

Daltrey took the show on the road that summer, but ticket sales were anemic in some markets, and the production presented several musical challenges. “It was wonderful, but it was early days as to how to actually present a show like that,” Daltrey told Rolling Stone earlier this month. “There were many big technical problems with rock bands being very loud and orchestras being quiet. We achieved it in the end, but it was hard.”

The technology needed to present a show like that has come a long way since 1994, meaning things should go a lot smoother this time around. “You’ll be hearing familiar stuff that will take you to even greater heights,” says Daltrey. “It will all become majestic. That’s all I can say.”

RS
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The Who Recruit Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder for Symphonic London Show

The Who recruited Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder and the Kaiser Chiefs to open an upcoming gig at London’s Wembley Stadium on July 6th, the first U.K. date they’ve announced as part of their symphonic “Moving On” tour.

General tickets go on sale Friday, February 1st at 3 p.m. ET. Fans can access a pre-sale by pre-ordering signed copies of the band’s upcoming LP from their webstore.

RS
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Hear Pete Townshend on the Who’s Past and Future

A recent episode of Rolling Stone Music Now spotlights lengthy segments of Andy Greene’s brand-new interview with the Who’s Pete Townshend, conducted in the rock legend’s London home. Townshend explains why he’s recorded demos for the first Who album since 2006’s Endless Wire, details the band’s plans for an orchestral tour this year, gets into why the Who never really intended their 1982 “farewell tour” to be an actual goodbye and breaks down the difficulties of communicating with Roger Daltrey.

Townshend acknowledges that he and Daltrey frequently consider performing relatively obscure songs from albums like The Who Sell Out and The Who by Numbers, but rarely end up doing so. “We are very tempted and we rehearse them often,” Townshend tells Greene. “A few years ago we rehearsed 45 songs and when it got to actually doing the shows, we tried to play them. The fans like it, but funnily enough a lot of the people who come to see The Who now aren’t hard core fans; they don’t know the music that well. They’re coming to see us before we drop dead or they’re coming to see us because of our reputation. Or they’re coming out of curiosity. So they don’t necessarily know the music.”

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ORIGINAL THE WHO DRUMMER DOUG SANDOM DIES AT 89

Doug Sandom, the original drummer for what would become The Who, has died at the age of 89, Ultimate Classic Rock reports.

Sandom performed with the band during their time known as The Detours in the early 1960s, before the Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend-led group changed their name to The Who and recruited the late Keith Moon as their mainstay percussionist. Of course, the influential band then went on to release classic albums such as rock opera Tommy and the watershed Who's Next.

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Pete Townshend Pens First Novel ‘The Age of Anxiety’

The Who’s Pete Townshend, the creator of rock operas like Tommy and Quadrophenia, has penned his first “rock novel.” The Age of Anxiety, due out November 5th, is an “extended meditation on manic genius and the dark art of creativity,” the novel’s publishers Hachette Books and Coronet announced Tuesday.

The multimedia-minded Townshend also revealed that the novel is the first chapter in a three-part Age of Anxiety project that also includes an art installation and an opera.

“Ten years ago I decided to create a magnum opus that would combine opera, art installation and novel,” Townshend said in a statement. “Suddenly here I am with a completed novel ready to publish. I am an avid reader and have really enjoyed writing it. I am also happy to say the majority of the music is composed, ready to be polished up for release and performance. It’s tremendously exciting.”

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Flashback: The Who Stage a Rocky Reunion at Live Aid

The Who virtually invented the farewell tour back in 1982 when they went out in support of It’s Hard and said it was the last hurrah, but just three years later they agreed to reunite at Live Aid along with Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, CSNY and Black Sabbath. Initially, Pete Townshend was very reluctant to play the event. In his memoir Who I Am, Pete Townshend remembers the reaction of Live Aid Bob Geldof organizer when he learned about his ambivalence. “If the Who appear we know we will get an additional million pounds of revenue,'” Townshend recalls him saying. “‘Every pound we make will save a life. Do the fucking math. And do the fucking show.'”

He agreed to do the show, but the band didn’t spend much time rehearsing and were woefully under-prepared when they took the stage at Wembley Stadium right after David Bowie in a prime-time slot. (Queen finished up their historic set just an hour earlier.) Making matters worse, the satellite feed crapped out right when they began their set with “My Generation” and wouldn’t return until the end of their second song, “Pinball Wizard.” If that wasn’t bad enough, John Entwistle’s bass was on the fritz during the set and kept cutting out.

They wrapped up with “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” which you can watch right here. It was the best moment of their brief set, but they still lost their way during the instrumental breakdown and never quite recovered. “The Who were out of practice,” Townshend wrote in his book, “and should probably have left it to Queen and George Michael, who stole the show.”

RS
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The Who to Introduce New Music During Fall Orchestral Tour

"Moving On" is moving out. The Who will be hitting the road this fall for their "Moving On!" orchestra tour, and in a new teaser for the trek that's premiering here at Loudwire, they reveal that new music will be introduced for the run.

It was revealed earlier this year that the Who were working on their first new songs in 13 years. "Roger wants to do two songs from the record. I'm really happy with the songs I wrote. I took a year out and I spent three months last year writing songs," Pete Townshend states.

Keith Levenson, the conductor working with the Who on their fall trek, adds, "It sounds like a Who record, but it sounds like a Who record that is 2019."

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