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Lifehouse Chronicles Box Set
Released on Eel Pie Records EPR 002/01-002/06. (UK)
(in slip case pictured left)
Released in February 2000.
This CD (box set) is only available through www.eelpie.com
Comes with a 44 page booklet (above) and 6 CD's.
Includes the following CD's:
* 2 Lifehouse Demo CD's *
* 1 Lifehouse Themes and Experiments *
* 1 Lifehouse Arrangements and Orchestration *
* 2 Lifehouse Radio Plays *
Mastered by Jon Astley.
The long awaited Lifehouse is finally
released. Pete started this project in 1971.
Some of this material ended up on THE WHO'S albums such as; Who's Next, Quadrophenia , Odds And Sods, The Who By Numbers, and Who Are You.
The songs entitled I Don't Know Myself also known as I Don't Even Know Myself , Join Together and Relay, did not make it on any of these albums.
I Don't Even Know
Myself was the B-side of
the Won't Get Fooled Again single. Eventually
the song appears on Who's Missing and the Who's Next CD
reissue in 1995.
originally came out as a single in July of 1972
and can be found on the following albums or CD's; Who's Better Who's Best, Join Together, and Thirty Years Of Maximum
was released as a single December 23, 1972 it turns up on Greatest Hits, Holligans and Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B.
Lifehouse turns up on Pete Townshend's solo albums as well.
You can find it on such notable albums like Who Came First, Scoop, and Psychoderelict. Psychoderelict can be found in the Lifehouse themes andexperiments. The song Greyhound Girl was a non-album track that
came from the UK single Let My Love Open The Door in 1980. Mary came from Pete's Scoop album in 1983.