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Pro News › Site Updates › Bill's Pete Townshend Pages

Rock used to be a right laugh. The trouble is the rock press have made it all so serious. Fifty per cent of rock is having a good time.

-- Roger Daltrey
Melody Maker Oct. 23, 1971

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Bill's Pete Townshend Pages





We are proud to announce that Bill from "Bill's Pete Townshend Pages" has agreed to bring his fantastic solo discography to thewho.net. This addition to the site is long overdue, and now we have a complete listing of albums from the members of The Who.

Bill has done a fantastic job collecting all of the pertinent album information, including lyrics and we thank him for his hard work and dedication to the project!



www.thewho.net/petetownshend/
www.thewho.net/rogerdaltrey/
www.thewho.net/johnentwistle/
www.thewho.net/keithmoon/

Enjoy!!!!
A note from Bill: I want to thank all of those who have visited my original PT website. After 13 years of being on the web, I have decided to change my direction in life and fulfill my duties and obligations to Lionism. No it's not a cult or religion, it's a civic organization. (I have three websites to maintain plus the duties of a newsletter) First of all I want to thank Scott, who has graciously took in my site to be hosted and posted on the "whonet". I will be working to post lyrics and liner notes from my site to the whonet. One thing you will not see is my collection, unless I need photos for certain webpages.

I feel White Fangs Who Site is one of the best resources for colleting The Who.

Bill.


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1965
The Who play in Watford

1966
The Who play in Stockholm

1967
The Who pre-record a mime job to "I Can See For Miles" for the BBC's Top of the Pops.

1968
The Who play in Leicester

1969
The Who finish a six-night stand at the Fillmore East in New York accompanied by the Joshua Light Show. This is the last time The Who will perform at either of the Fillmores

1970
The Who play in Liverpool

1972
Keith reports to the set of That'll Be The Day at Warners Holiday Camp where he is playing drummer J. D. Clover in the rock 'n' roll movie set in the late 1950's. He is on set through the 27th there and at the Lakeside Inn in Wootton Bridge on the Isle of Wight.

1978
John is interviewed in Variety. He says that if Pete won't tour, he'll form his own band. He also expects no permanent replacement for Keith.

1980
The Who re-release their long out-of-print first album My Generation in the U.K. It is identical to the original release with the exception of the word "Virgin" (the label of the new release) in place of "Brunswick." Bruce Malamut reviews it in Melody Maker and calls it a timeless classic. It reaches #20 in the British charts.

1982
The Who play the Alameda County Stadium in Oakland, California. T-Bone Burnett and The Clash open. The Who drop "Athena" and "A Man Is A Man" from the song lineup. Bobby Pridden receives an "Employee Of The Month" award during the show.

1982
The Who play in Oakland

1986
Pete's LP, Deep End Live! from the 1985 Brixton Academy charity shows, hits the U.S. charts and peaks at #98. Also released is a single "Barefootin'" backed with "Behind Blue Eyes."

1987
Roger Daltrey is seen on a British television show attending the Auto Show at Earl's Court Exhibition Centre in London. He is shown seated in a red Ferrari on display.

1996
The Who play in Anaheim

1997
John is interviewed about life after The Who in Hello! Magazine.


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