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  • The Who - Wont Get Fooled Again

    9:10

    The Who’s iconic anthem from 1971’s Who’s Next album performed here on B-Stage at Shepperton Studios on 25 May 1978 Filmed by Jeff Stein for the closing sequence of The Kids Are Alright. Sadly this was to be the very last performance ever by Keith Moon.

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  • The Who - Who Are You

    5:13

    A promo film for The Who’s 1978 single ‘Who Are You’ from the album of the same name. Filmed at The Who’s Ramport Studios in Battersea, London on 4 May 1978 by Jeff Stein Stein for inclusion in his documentary The Kids Are Alright.

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  • The Who - Baba Oriley

    5:07

    Released in November 1971
    No, the song is NOT called Teenage Wasteland
    For lyrics turn on subtitles

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  • The Who - Baba ORiley

    5:20

    Filmed on B-Stage at Shepperton Studios on 25 May 1978 in front of an invited audience including members of The Pretenders, Generation X, the Rich Kids and the Sex Pistols and included in Jeff Stein’s documentary The Kids Are Alright.

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    43:33

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  • The Who - Pinball Wizard

    2:51

    The Who - Pinball Wizard (Live at the Isle of Wight, 1970)

    The original Who line-up performing a full live set in front of 600,000 people at the Isle of Wight festival in the UK in 1970.

    At 2am August 30th The Who appeared on stage and gave one of the most memorable concerts of their career.

    The filmed negative of the show, shot by Academy Award winning Director Murray Lerner, has been restored to the highest visual quality.

    The sound has now been remixed from it's original 8 track tapes under the personal supervision of Pete Townshend at his Eel Pie Studios in London.
    The result is a stunning 24 bit mix available for the first time in 5.1 Surround Sound and DTS.

    This track is from the full live DVD The Who - Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970, available now.

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  • The Who - My Generation

    3:28

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    My Generation appeared on The Who's debut album of the same name. It was released as a single on 5th November 1965, reaching No. 2 in the UK charts and 74 in the US. My Generation was recently named the 11th greatest song by Rolling Stone magazine on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

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    Lyrics:

    People try to put us d-down (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
    Just because we get around (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
    Things they do look awful c-c-cold (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
    I hope I die before I get old (Talkin' 'bout my generation)

    This is my generation
    This is my generation, baby

    Why don't you all f-fade away (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
    And don't try to dig what we all s-s-say (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
    I'm not trying to cause a big s-s-sensation (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
    I'm just talkin' 'bout my g-g-g-generation (Talkin' 'bout my generation)

    This is my generation
    This is my generation, baby

    Why don't you all f-fade away (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
    And don't try to d-dig what we all s-s-say (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
    I'm not trying to cause a b-big s-s-sensation (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
    I'm just talkin' 'bout my g-g-generation (Talkin' 'bout my generation)

    This is my generation
    This is my generation, baby

    People try to put us d-down (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
    Just because we g-g-get around (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
    Things they do look awful c-c-cold (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
    Yeah, I hope I die before I get old (Talkin' 'bout my generation)

    This is my generation
    This is my generation, baby

  • The Who - You Better You Bet

    3:58

    A promo film for the hit single from The Who’s 1981 album Face Dances. Directed by John Crome and filmed at Shepperton Studios in March 1981, featuring the ’new look’ Who, with Kenney Jones on drums, following the death in 1978 of Keith Moon.

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  • The Who - Magic Bus - Live At Leeds HQ

    7:33

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    Live At Leeds has been cited as the best live rock album of all time but I couldn't find any video from the concert. For me this version of Magic Bus is the best for sure. I didn't want to imagine that performance anymore so I decided to make my video from different sources. Please write your critics and comments. How do you like my video?
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    Roger Daltrey – lead vocals, harmonica, tambourine
    Pete Townshend – guitar, vocals
    John Entwistle – bass guitar, vocals
    Keith Moon – drums

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    Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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  • Eminence Front

    5:40

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    It's Hard

    ℗ 1982 Polydor Ltd. (UK)

    Released on: 1997-01-01

    Producer: Glyn Johns
    Associated Performer, Vocals, Electric Guitar: Pete Townshend
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: John Entwistle
    Associated Performer, Drums: Kenney Jones
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Roger Daltrey
    Composer Lyricist: Pete Townshend

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  • The HU - Wolf Totem

    6:37

    Official music video for 'Wolf Totem' by The HU.
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  • The Who - Behind Blue Eyes

    3:43

    Behind Blue Eyes is a song by English rock band The Who. It was released in November 1971 as the second single from their fifth album Who's Next and was written by Pete Townshend. The song is one of The Who's most well known recordings and has been covered by many artists.

  • The Who - Behind Blue Eyes

    3:44

    The Who - Behind Blue Eyes (Lyric Video)

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    Music video by The Who performing Behind Blue Eyes (Lyric Video). © 2020 Polydor Records Ltd.

  • The Who-Pinball Wizard

    3:03

    The who's hit song Pinball Wizard

  • The Who - The Seeker

    3:09

    The Who are an English rock band formed in 1964. Their classic line-up consisted of lead singer Roger Daltrey, guitarist and singer Pete Townshend, bass guitarist John Entwistle, and drummer Keith Moon. They are considered one of the most influential rock bands of the 20th century, selling over 100 million records worldwide and holding a reputation for their live shows and studio work.

    The Who developed from an earlier group, the Detours, and established themselves as part of the pop art and mod movements, featuring auto-destructive art by destroying guitars and drums on stage. Their first single as the Who, I Can't Explain, reached the UK top ten, followed by a string of singles including My Generation, Substitute and Happy Jack. In 1967, they performed at the Monterey Pop Festival and released the US top ten single I Can See for Miles, while touring extensively. The group's fourth album, 1969's rock opera Tommy, included the single Pinball Wizard and was a critical and commercial success. Live appearances at Woodstock and the Isle of Wight Festival, along with the live album Live at Leeds, cemented their reputation as a respected rock act. With their success came increased pressure on lead songwriter Townshend, and the follow-up to Tommy, Lifehouse, was abandoned. Songs from the project made up 1971's Who's Next, which included the hit Won't Get Fooled Again. The group released the album Quadrophenia in 1973 as a celebration of their mod roots, and oversaw the film adaptation of Tommy in 1975. They continued to tour to large audiences before semi-retiring from live performances at the end of 1976. The release of Who Are You in 1978 was overshadowed by the death of Moon shortly after.

  • The Who - VH1 Legends documentary

    43:46

    1997 episode of the VH1 Legends series, focusing on The Who. Includes rare early footage of the band, various live clips, and interviews with all three surviving members at the time (Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle, Pete Townshend). Narrated by Levon Helm.

    NOTE: The tracking was pretty bad on my VHS tape for the first two minutes of the program. My apologies.

  • The Who - The Kids Are Alright

    3:01

    The Who - The Kids Are Alright

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  • The Who at The Concert For New York City - 2001

    27:35

  • The Who - Wont Get Fooled Again

    8:34

    This is Track 09 of the Who's album - Who's next. First recorded (then rejected) in New York on March 16, 1971, this became the first song to be worked on with Glyn Johns during a trial session at Stargroves with The Rolling Stones Mobile studio in April, 1971. This version (unlike the New York original) used the synthesizer track from Pete's demo and was edited down for the single which reached #9 in the UK and #15 in the USA. Played onstage at the Young Vic and retained at every Who concert thereafter.

  • Teenage Wasteland by The Who

    5:09

    One of the best songs by The Who.

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  • The Seeker by The Who

    3:31

    Seeker lyrics

    I've looked under chairs
    I've looked under tables
    I've tried to find the key
    To fifty million fables

    chorus:
    They call me The Seeker
    I've been searching low and high
    I won't get to get what I'm after
    Till the day I die

    I asked Bobby Dylan
    I asked The Beatles
    I asked Timmothy Leary
    But he couldn't help me either

    chorus

    People tend to hate me
    'Cause I never smile
    As I ransack their homes
    They want to shake my hand

    Focusing on nowhere
    Investigating miles
    I'm a seeker
    I'm a really desperate man

    I won't get to get what I'm after
    Till the day I die

    I learned how to raise my voice in anger
    Yeah, but look at my face, ain't this a smile?
    I'm happy when life's good
    And when it's bad I cry
    I've got values but I don't know how or why

    I'm looking for me
    You're looking for you
    We're looking in at each other
    And we don't know what to do

    chorus

  • The Who - Baba ORiley

    5:07

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    Baba O'Riley was released on 1971 classic album Who's Next. The title is derived from the combination of the song's philosophical and musical influences, Meher Baba and Terry Riley, and describes the scenes Pete Townshend witnessed during the Who's legendary performance at the Woodstock Festival.

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    Lyrics:

    Out here in the fields
    I fight for my meals
    I get my back into my living.

    I don't need to fight
    To prove I'm right
    I don't need to be forgiven.
    yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

    Don't cry
    Don't raise your eye
    It's only teenage wasteland

    Sally, take my hand
    We'll travel south cross land
    Put out the fire
    And don't look past my shoulder.

    The exodus is here
    The happy ones are near
    Let's get together
    Before we get much older.

    Teenage wasteland
    It's only teenage wasteland.
    Teenage wasteland
    Oh, yeah
    Its only teenage wasteland
    They're all wasted!


    Anyone notice the similarities in Best Song Ever by One Direction (1D)?!

  • The Who - My Generation live 1967

    3:03

  • The Who - Pinball Wizard

    2:58

    on the show This Is Tom Jones from 1969-04-18.

  • The Who - Baba ORiley

    5:18

    The Who - Baba O'Riley (Live at Hyde Park, 2015)

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    The Who - Live In Hyde Park is a concert film featuring The Who's performance at Hyde Park London on 26th June 2015, as part of their 50th anniversary tour

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  • The Who -- See Me, Feel Me -- Live at Woodstock 1969

    5:41

    The Who Live at Woodstock, 1969

  • THE WHO SuperBowl XLIV Half-Time Show COMPLETE --- 02-07-10-1

    12:11

  • THE WHO Eminence Front

    5:45

    Video with sound from bonus It's Hard CD
    Keyboards: Tim Gorman
    Drums: Kenny Jones

  • The Who - Naked Eye

    5:32

    This is Track 12 of the Who's album - Who's next. A long-standing concert favourite from mid-1970, this was recorded live at the Young Vicon April 26, 1971. Previously issued on the box set 30 years of maximum R&B in 1994. A studio version was completed at the Olympic on June 7, 1971, and released in 1974 on Odds and Sods.

  • The Who - The Real Me

    3:21

  • TOP 10 Canciones de THE WHO | Radio-Beatle

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  • The Who - Who Are You

    6:35

    A vibrant and energetic performance of one of the more recognizable songs by The Who. From the hits disk of the three disk Tommy/Quadrophenia live concert collection. A must-have for Who fans:

  • The Who - Pure and Easy

    4:23

    This is Track 10 of the Who's album - Who's next. This is the original version of 'Pure and Easy' recorded at the Record Plant, New York, on March 17, 1971. A later version was recorded at Stargrooves but not released until the Odds And Sods LP in 1974. Played onstage at the Young Vicand occasionally thereafter. This version is previously unreleased. (The multi-track master tape of this recording and Baby Don't You Do It and the second version of Behind Blue Eyes included here, was taken from New York to be mixed at Olympic where it was left in a storage room wafter the sessions were completed. There it remained untill it was thrown out and found in a skip, it qas subsequently auctioned in New York and used to make a bootleg album entitled From lifehouse to Leeds. After lengthy enquiries the tape was retrieved on The Who's behalf by executive producer Chris Charlesworth in May of 1995.

  • The Who - Wont Get Fooled Again

    9:11

    The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again (Live at Kilburn 1977).

    Sorry for the splitted video.

    And don't forget to listen at full blasted volume and use HEADPHONES!

  • The Who - I Cant Explain

    2:06

    The Who - I Can't Explain

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  • The Who - Join Together

    4:18

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  • The Who - Eminence Front

    5:31

    A classic song from album It's Hard of legendary band the Who.

  • The Who - Substitute

    2:53

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    Music video by The Who performing Substitute. (C) 1988 Polydor Ltd. (UK)

  • The Who Greatest Hits - The Best Of The Who - The Who Best Songs 2019

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    The Who Greatest Hits - The Best Of The Who - The Who Best Songs 2019
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  • Who Are You

    6:22

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    Who Are You · The Who

    Who Are You

    ℗ 1978 Polydor Ltd. (UK)

    Released on: 1978-08-18

    Producer: Glyn Johns
    Producer, Studio Personnel, Mixer: Jon Astley
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Andy Fairweather Low
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Roger Daltrey
    Associated Performer, Electric Guitar: Pete Townshend
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: John Entwistle
    Associated Performer, Drums: Keith Moon
    Composer Lyricist: Pete Townshend

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  • MTV Extra - The Who Farewell Tour

    27:07

  • Wont Get Fooled Again

    8:32

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    Won't Get Fooled Again · The Who

    Who's Next

    ℗ 1971 Polydor Ltd. (UK)

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Producer: The Who
    Producer: Glyn Johns
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Roger Daltrey
    Associated Performer, Electric Guitar: Pete Townshend
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: John Entwistle
    Associated Performer, Drums: Keith Moon
    Composer Lyricist: Pete Townshend

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  • The Who 1966

    5:14

    In June 1966, The Who's co-manager Chris Stamp filmed the group up on the roof and in Pete Townshend's flat on the top floor of 87 Wardour Street in Soho, London. The interview lasted for approximately 20 minutes and this five-minute segment was intended for broadcast later in the year in the US on ABC TV's 'Where The Action Is' but it was never ever shown. The live clips towards the end include footage of the group at the 6th National Jazz & Blues Festival in Windsor, 30 July 1966. A couple of brief clips from this film were included in the 1979 documentary 'The Kids Are Alright'.
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  • The Who - Saturday Nights Alright For Fighting

    4:54

    The Who - Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting - 1991 Promotional Video for Elton John's Two Rooms Tribute Album

  • Mike Evans - Talks about his book The Who: Much Too Much - Radio Broadcast 20/10/2021

    19:55

    Mike Evans talks about his book The Who: Much Too Much, Early Sound, Influences, Playing Live, Woodstock, Albums, Getting A New Drummer and his Research Material For The Book.

    Interviewed By: Giles Brown

  • The Who - Live at Woodstock 69 - All Officially Released Footage

    28:12

    The bootleg of the entire concert can be found here:

    00:00 Sparks
    04:57 Pinball Wizard
    07:45 The Abbie Hoffman Incident
    08:03 We're Not Gonna Take It
    17:07 Summertime Blues

    20:34 Encore & Pete Dialogue
    21:31 My Generation
    23:16 Naked Eye
    26:39 The smashing of the instruments

    All songs written by Pete Townshend except Summertime Blues, written by Eddie Cochran & Jerry Capehart.

    The worst gig we ever played.
    —Roger Daltrey

    The Who were scheduled as the second to last act (before Jefferson Airplane) to play on Saturday, August 16th. When they actually started playing it was already Sunday morning around 5:00 am. They played their exceptional Tommy album, a Rock Opera dealing with the struggle of a deaf, dumb and blind boy who later finds a cure and gains stardom with his messianic movement. The finale of this performance took place during sunrise which occurred at 6:05 am.

    Personnel:

    John Entwistle - bass, vocals
    Roger Daltrey - vocals
    Keith Moon - drums
    Pete Townshend - guitar, vocals

    The Abbie Hoffman Incident was an incident that happened during The Who's set right after the song Pinball Wizard. Abbie Hoffman was able to get on stage and grab a microphone while Pete Townshend tuned his guitar. He said: I think this is a pile of shit! While John Sinclair rots in prison... Hoffman was protesting against the imprisonment of John Sinclair (leader of the White Panther Party and manager of the left-wing hard-rock band MC5) who had been convicted and sentenced to nine years of prison because of marijuana possession. Townshend, angry that someone took the stage, yelled: Fuck off! Fuck off my fucking stage! allegedly hit him with his guitar, sending him off stage again. Townshend then added: I can dig it!; And after the song Do You Think It's Alright?: The next fuckin' person that walks across this stage is gonna get fuckin' killed! Alright? [crowd cheers] You can laugh, but I mean it! No one ran on stage for the remainder of the performance.

  • The Real Me

    3:29

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    The Real Me · The Who

    Quadrophenia

    ℗ 1973 Polydor Ltd. (UK)

    Released on: 1979-10-05

    Producer: The Who
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Roger Daltrey
    Associated Performer, Electric Guitar: Pete Townshend
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: John Entwistle
    Associated Performer, Drums: Keith Moon
    Composer Lyricist: Pete Townshend

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  • THE WHO - Long Live Rock ~ HIGH QUALITY HQ ~

    4:28

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  • The Who - Im One

    2:40

    The Who - I'm One - Bass Cover with Tabs

    Release Year: 1973
    Album: Quadrophenia
    Tuning: E Standard

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  • The Who --Live in Toronto, Canada---

    2:30:01

    Taped from cable tv. 2h 30m

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