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Record collector Info- about this discography
My Generation and Related
A Quick One/ Happy Jack
The Who Sell Out
Tommy and other versions
60's and 70's US compilations
Live at Leeds
Who's Next and related
Quadrophenia and related
The Who By Numbers
Who Are You
The Kids are alright
Concerts for the people of Kampuchea
Face Dances
It's Hard
Rarities Vol. 1 & 2
Who's last (live)
Who's and Two's Missing
Join Together (live)
Live at Wight
BBC Sessions
The Who Live at the Royal Albert Hall
Promo Albums- 60's and early 70's
Promo Albums 1975
Promo albums 1982-1976
Oddities on 45RPM
The weird and wonderful!
LP Bootlegs
The Who - Discography and Liner Notes
LP Bootlegs

The All-too-neccessary disclaimer: I do NOT support the sale or manufacture of bootleg recordings. The information presented hereonin is simply a resource for collectors and fans alike.

Tho Whe: aka Who is This?
Munich, Germany 1972

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I Can't Explain
Summertime Blues
My Wife
Baba O'Riley
Behnind Blue Eyes
Magic Bus
Uncle Relay
Number: WHO PE
Label: ???
Recorded: Deutsches Museum, Munich, West Germany Sept. 4th, 1972
Released: ???
This is a variation, according to "Baba" from "Baba O'Riley's Bootleg Page" of an LP called "Who is this?" I'm guessing it's a real budget release, because the cover is a folded-out copy of Theo Vaness' "Bad Bad Boy" (Obiously the covers from this disco-one-hit-wonder were in abundant supply). While the sound is a so-so audience recording, the show itself is AWESOME with especially good versions of 'My Wife,' 'Magic Bus,' and 'Relay.' This is also my very first bootleg LP!

The Who- Live!
Dayton, Colorado 1971

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Behind Blue Eyes
Won't Get Fooled Again
[I] Don't Even Know Myself
Baby Please Don't Do It
Pinball Wizard
Number: B2299
Label: Berkeley Records
Recorded: August 8th, 1971, O'Hara Arena, Dayton CO
Released: ???
Another excellent show from 1971- this one has been released many times and is often known as "Live- Collectors Item" and "Live in England." Sound is okay, but the show makes up for it- excellent versions of 'Bargain' (the synth bit seems to be sung here) and 'Baby Don't you do it' (possibly a better-performed version than the officially released one- the b-side to 'Join Together.' This one is a good record to start a boot collection with- really good show, and extra-nice sleeve. The album is listed on the back as "produced" by Michael Manchester and the address for the record label is listed also:
Berkeley Records Ltd.
10 Berkely Street
London, W1

The back cover of 'Live!'
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