THE WHO: RECORDING DATA


1964-1999 (O-R)

149. Odorono 162. Pure And Easy
150. One At A Time 163. Put The Money Down
151. One Life's Enough 164. Quadrophenia
152. Our Love Was 165. A Quick One, While He's Away
153. Out In The Street 166. The Quiet One
154. Overture 167. Rael 1
155. The Ox 168. Rael 2
156. Pictures Of Lily 169. The Real Me
157. Pinball Wizard 170. Relax
158. Please Please Please 171. Relay
159. Postcard 172. The Rock
160. Prologue 1945 173. Rough Boys
161. The Punk And The Godfather 174. Run Run Run

149. ODORONO (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 2'16) A studio version recorded 10/11/67 at IBC Studios, London; produced and engineered by Kit Lambert. Released on The Who Sell Out, 12/16/67. (Version II; 2'16) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on The Who Sell Out (Revised Edition), 6/20/95.

150. ONE AT A TIME (John Entwistle) (Version I; 3'02) A studio version recorded 6/82 at Turn Up-Down Studios, Surrey, England; produced and engineered by Glyn Johns. Released on It's Hard, 9/4/82. (Version II; 3'19) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on It's Hard (Revised Edition), 5/20/97.

151. ONE LIFE'S ENOUGH (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 2'20) A studio version recorded 6/82 at Turn Up-Down Studios, Surrey, England; produced and engineered by Glyn Johns. Released on It's Hard, 9/4/82. (Version II; 2'21) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on It's Hard (Revised Edition), 5/20/97.

152. OUR LOVE WAS (aka "OUR LOVE WAS, IS") (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 3'06) A studio version (mono) recorded 8/17/67 at Columbia Studios, LA; produced and engineered by Kit Lambert. Released on The Who Sell Out (mono edition), 12/16/67. Also appears on Magic Bus--The Who On Tour (mono edition) (1968). (Version II; 3'06) A stereo mix (with different guitar track) of version I. Released on The Who Sell Out (stereo edition), 12/16/67. Also appears on Magic Bus--The Who On Tour (stereo edition) (1968). (Version III; 3'06) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on Thirty Years of Maximum R&B, 5/94. Also appears on The Who Sell Out (Revised Edition) (1995).

153. OUT IN THE STREET (aka "YOU'RE GOING TO KNOW ME") (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 2'30) A studio version recorded 3/65 at IBC Studios, London; produced by Shel Talmy, engineered by Glyn Johns. Released as a single, 11/20/65. Appears on My Generation (1965).

154. OVERTURE (aka "OVERTURE FROM TOMMY") (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 5'21) See TOMMY (ORIGINAL ALBUM). (Version II; 4'59) See TOMMY (FILM SOUNDTRACK). (Version III; 5'24) A live version recorded 8/24/89 at Universal Amphitheatre, LA (see Appendix). Released on Join Together, 3/24/90. (Version IV; 3'53) An edit of version VI. Released on Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B, 5/94. (Version V; 7'26) A live version (including themes from several Pete Townshend compositions) recorded 2/24/94 at Carnegie Hall, NY; produced by Bob Ezin, engineered by Bob Ezrin and Thom Panunzio. Performed by the Julliard Orchestra, arranged and conducted by Michael Kamen. Released on Roger Daltrey's A Celebration: The Music Of Pete Townshend And The Who, 7/5/94. (Version VI; 5'21) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on Tommy (Revised Edition), 3/4/96. (Version VII; 5'08) A live version recorded 8/29/70 at the 3rd Isle Of Wight Festival; produced by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson, recorded by Murray Lerner. Released on The Who: Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival 1970, 10/29/96.

155. THE OX (Pete Townshend, Keith Moon, John Entwistle, and Nicky Hopkins) (Version I; 3'49) A studio version recorded 10/12/65 at IBC Studios, London; produced by Shel Talmy, engineered by Glyn Johns. Released on My Generation, 12/25/65. (Version II; 3'37) An edit of version I. Released on Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B, 5/94.

156. PICTURES OF LILY (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 2'37/2'43/2'45) A studio version recorded 4/5/67 at IBC Studios, London; produced and engineered by Kit Lambert. Released as a single, 4/22/67. Appears on Magic Bus--The Who On Tour (1968), Direct Hits (1968), Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy (1971), The Story Of The Who (1976), The Singles (1984), The Who Collection (1985), Who's Better, Who's Best (1988), Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B (1994), and My Generation--The Very Best Of The Who (1996). (Version II; 2'50) A demo version recorded Winter 1967 at Karen Astley's home, Eccleston Square, London; produced by Pete Townshend and Helen "Spike" Wilkins. Performed by Pete Townshend. Released on Pete Townshend's Another Scoop, 3/7/87. (Version III; ?) A live version recorded 6/18/67 at the Monterey Pop Festival. Released on The Monterey International Pop Festival, 10/9/92.

157. PINBALL WIZARD (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 2'55/3'00) A studio version recorded 2/7/69 at IBC Studios, London; produced by Kit Lambert, engineered by Damon Lyon-Shaw. Released as a single, 3/7/69. Appears (speed corrected) on Tommy (1969), Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy (1971), The Story Of The Who (1976), Hooligans (1981), Who's Greatest Hits (1983), The Singles (1984), The Who Collection (1985), Who's Better, Who's Best (1988), and Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B (1994). (Version II; 5'15) Performed by Elton John (piano and vocals), Davey Johnstone (guitar), Ray Thomas (percussion), Dee Murray (bass guitar), and Nigel Olsson (drums). See TOMMY (FILM SOUNDTRACK). (Version III; 2'48) A live version recorded 8/17/69 at the Woodstock Festival, Bethel, NY. Released on The Kids Are Alright, 6/23/79. (Version IV; 3'17) A live version recorded 6/27/79 at Her Majesty's Theatre, London; produced by Martin Lewis, recorded by Howard Kilgour. Performed by Pete Townshend. Released on The Secret Policeman's Ball--The Music, 1980. (Version V; 2'55) A live version recorded during the Who's Farewell Tour, 9-12/82; produced and engineered by Cy Langston. Released on Who's Last, 11/84. (Version VI; 3'00) A live version recorded 11/85 at Brixton Academy, London; produced by Bill Price, recorded by Mike McKenna. Performed by Pete Townshend's Deep End Band (see Appendix). Released on Pete Townshend's Deep End Live!, 10/86. (Version VII; 2'45) A demo version recorded Winter 1969 at Pete Townshend's home, Twickenham, London; produced by Pete Townshend and Helen "Spike" Wilkins. Performed by Pete Townshend. Released on Pete Townshend's Another Scoop, 3/7/87. (Version VIII; 4'20) A live version recorded 6/27/89 at Radio City Music Hall, NY (see Appendix). Released on Join Together, 3/24/90. (Version IX; 3'19) A live version recorded 2/24/94 at Carnegie Hall, NY; produced by Bob Ezrin, recorded by Bob Ezrin and Thom Panunzio. Performed by Roger Daltrey and his 1994 Band (see Appendix). Released on Roger Daltrey's A Celebration: The Music Of Pete Townshend And The Who, 7/5/94. (Version X; 3'00/3'02) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on Tommy (Revised Edition), 3/4/96. Appears on My Generation--The Very Best Of The Who (1996) and The Best Of The Who: The Millenium Collection (20th Century Masters) (1999). (Version XI; 3'00) A live version recorded 2/14/70 at Leeds University; produced by the Who, recorded by Bob Pridden. Released on the EP My Generation, 6/96. (Version XII; 2'51) A live version recorded 8/29/70 at the 3rd Isle Of Wight Festival; produced by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson, recorded by Murray Lerner. Released on The Who: Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival 1970, 10/29/96.

158. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE (James Brown and John Terry) (Version I; 2'45) A studio version recorded 10/65 at IBC Studios, London; produced by Shel Talmy, engineered by Glyn Johns. Released on My Generation, 12/25/65.

POPULAR (see "IT'S HARD")

159. POSTCARD (John Entwistle) (Version I; 3'27) A studio version recorded Summer 1970 at Twickenham Studios, London; produced by Kit Lambert. Released on Odds And Sods, 9/28/74. (Version II; 3'30) A remix of version I. Remixed by Andy Macpherson. Released on Odds And Sods (Revised Edition), 3/10/98.

160. PROLOGUE 1945 (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 2'57) Performed by Pete Townshend and John Entwistle. See TOMMY (FILM SOUNDTRACK).

161. THE PUNK AND THE GODFATHER (aka "THE PUNK MEETS THE GODFATHER") (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 5'10) A studio version recorded during Quadrophenia sessions, 5-6/73 at Ramport Studios, Battersea, London; produced by the Who, engineered by Ron Nevison. Released on Quadrophenia, 11/3/73. (Version II; 5'28) An extended remix of version I. Remixed by John Entwistle and Cy Langston. Released on The Quadrophenia Soundtrack, 10/6/79. (Version III; 5'11) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on Quadrophenia (Revised Edition), 7/2/96.

162. PURE AND EASY (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 5'32) A studio version recorded in 1971 and 1972 at Eel Pie Studios, London; produced and engineered by Pete Townshend. Performed by Pete Townshend. Released on Pete Townshend's Who Came First, 10/72. (Version II; 5'23) A studio version recorded Spring 1971 at Stargroves Studios, Berkshire, England; produced by the Who and Glyn Johns, engineered by Glyn Johns. Released on Odds And Sods, 9/28/74. (Version III; 5'10) A remix (slightly edited) of version II. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B, 5/94. (Version IV; 4'19) A studio version recorded 3/17/71 at the Record Plant, NY; produced by Kit Lambert, engineered by Jack Adams. Released on Who's Next (Revised Edition), 11/7/95. (Version V; 5'21) A remix of version II. Remixed by Andy Macpherson. Released on Odds And Sods (Revised Edition), 3/10/98.

163. PUT THE MONEY DOWN (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 4'00) A studio version recorded 6/6/72 at Olympic Studios, Barnes, Richmond, England; produced by the Who and Glyn Johns, engineered by Glyn Johns. Released on Odds And Sods, 9/28/74. (Version II; 4'29) A remix of version I with a longer fadeout. Remixed by Andy Macpherson. Released on Odds And Sods (Revised Edition), 3/10/98.

164. QUADROPHENIA (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 6'15) A studio version recorded during Quadrophenia sessions, 5-6/73 at Ramport Studios, Battersea, London; produced by the Who, engineered by Ron Nevison. Released on Quarophenia, 11/3/73. (Version II; 6'13) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on Quadrophenia (Revised Edition), 7/2/96.

165. A QUICK ONE, WHILE HE'S AWAY (aka "A QUICK ONE") (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 9'05) A studio version (mono) recorded 11/66 at IBC Studios, London; produced and engineered by Kit Lambert. Released on A Quick One, 12/3/66. Also appears on A Quick One (Revised Edition) (1995).(Version II; 7'30) A live version recorded 12/11/68 at Intertel Studios, Wembley for "The Rolling Stones' Rock And Roll Circus;" produced by Jimmy Miller, engineered by Glyn Johns. Released on The Kids Are Alright, 6/23/79. (Version III; 9'05) A stereo mix of version I. Released on the German stereo edition of A Quick One in 1980. (Version IV; ?) A live version recorded 6/18/67 at the Monterey Pop Festival. Released on The Monterey International Pop Festival, 10/9/92. (Version V; 9'39) An edit combining version I and an alternate take of version II. Released on Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B, 5/94. (Version VI; 8'25) A live version recorded 2/14/70 at Leeds University; produced by the Who, recorded by Bob Pridden. Released on Live At Leeds (Revised Edition), 2/28/95. (Version VI; 7'33) A remix of version II. Remixed by Steve Rosenthal. Released on The Rolling Stones' Rock And Roll Circus, 10/15/96.

166. THE QUIET ONE (John Entwistle) (Version I; 3'09) A studio version recorded during Face Dances sessions, 6-12/80 at Odyssey Studios, London; produced by Bill Szymczyk, engineered by Bill Szymczyk and Allen Blazek. Released on the single of "You Better, You Bet," 2/27/81. Appears on Face Dances (1981). (Version II; 3'08) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on Face Dances (Revised Edition), 5/20/97. (Version III; 4'28) A live version recorded 10/13/82 at Shea Stadium, NY; produced by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson, recorded by Bob Pridden. Released on Face Dances (Revised Edition), 5/20/97.

167. RAEL 1 (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 5'38) A studio version recorded 7/5/67 at Talent Masters Studios, NY; produced and engineered by Kit Lambert. Released on The Who Sell Out, 12/16/67. (Version II; 5'42/5'44) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B, 5/94. Also appears on The Who Sell Out (Revised Edition) (1995).

168. RAEL 2 (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 0'47/0'52) A studio version (the coda of Rael 1) recorded 7/5/67 at Talent Masters Studios, NY; produced and engineered by Kit Lambert. Released on Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B, 5/94. Also appears on The Who Sell Out (Revised Edition) (1995).

169. THE REAL ME (aka "CAN YOU SEE THE REAL ME") (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 3'22) A studio version recorded during Quadrophenia sessions, 5-6/73 at Ramport Studios, Battersea, London; produced by the Who, engineered by Ron Nevison. Released on Quadrophenia, 11/3/73. Also appears on Hooligans (1981). (Version II; ?) An edited remix of version I. Released as a single, 1/12/74. (Version II; 3'30) A slightly extended remix of version I. Remixed by John Entwistle and Cy Langston. Released on The Quadrophenia Soundtrack, 10/6/79. (Version III; 3'29) A studio version recorded 1/79 at Ramport Studios, Battersea, London; produced and engineered by Jon Astley. Released on Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B, 5/94. (Version IV; 4'42) A live version recorded 2/24/94 at Carnegie Hall, NY; produced by Bob Ezrin, recorded by Bob Ezrin and Thom Panunzio. Performed by Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle, and Daltrey's 1994 Band (see Appendix). Released on Roger Daltrey's A Celebration: The Music Of Pete Townshend And The Who, 7/5/94. (Version V; 3'21) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on Quadrophenia (Revised Edition), 7/2/96.

170. RELAX (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 2'37) A studio version recorded 8/67 at Talent Masters Studios, NY; produced and engineered by Kit Lambert. Released on The Who Sell Out, 12/16/67. (Version II; 2'38) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on The Who Sell Out (Revised Edition), 6/20/95.

171. RELAY (aka "The Relay") (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 3'40) A studio version recorded 5/26/72 at Olympic Studios, Barnes, Richmond, England; produced by the Who and Glyn Johns, engineered by Glyn Johns. Released as a single, 12/23/72. Appears on Hooligans (1981), Rarities Vol.2: 1970-1973 (1983), Who's Greatest Hits (1983), and The Who Collection (1985). (Version II; 4'00) An extended remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B, 5/94.

ROADRUNNER (see "JOIN TOGETHER"/"ROADRUNNER"/"MY GENERATION BLUES" and UNRELEASED TRACKS)

172. THE ROCK (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 6'37) A studio version recorded during Quadrophenia sessions, 5-6/73 at Ramport Studios, Battersea, London; produced by the Who, engineered by Ron Nevison. Released on Quadrophenia, 11/3/73. (Version II; 6'37) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on Quadrophenia (Revised Edition), 7/2/96.

173. ROUGH BOYS (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 3'59) A studio version recorded in 1980 at Eel Pie Studios, London; produced by Chris Thomas, engineered by Bill Price. Performed by Pete Townshend (guitar and vocals), John "Rabbit" Bundrick (keyboards), Tony Butler (bass guitar), and Kenney Jones (drums). Horns arranged by Raphael Rudd. Released on Pete Townshend's Empty Glass, 4/14/80. (Version II; 4'35) A live version recorded during the Who's Reunion Tour, 6-9/89 (see Appendix). Released on Join Together, 3/24/90. (Version III; 4'00) A remix of version I. Remixed by Jon Astley and Andy Macpherson. Released on The Best Of Pete Townshend: Coolwalkingsmoothtalkingstraightsmokingfirestoking , 4/23/96.

ROUND AND ROUND (see ""IN A HAND OR A FACE")

174. RUN RUN RUN (Pete Townshend) (Version I; 2'41) A studio version (mono) recorded 10/66 at IBC Studios, London; produced and engineered by Kit Lambert. Released on A Quick One, 12/3/66. Also appears on Magic Bus--The Who On Tour (1968) and The Story Of The Who (1976). (Version II; 2'42) A stereo mix of version I. Released on Backtrack 3, 5/23/70. Also appears on A Quick One (Revised Edition) (1995).

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