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Great Shakes - USA - 1967 n/a 45 (Yellow Vinyl)

Who "Commercial" for "Great Shakes" (Shake Mix) Might be a bootleg. Performance circa 1967

Sunn Amps - USA - 1967 Sunn 45 (Promo)

The Who do 3 commericals for Sunn Amps on side 1

The Kids Are Alright/Let It Be Me - Australia - 1967 Scope 45

Cover of "The Kids Are Alright" performed by The Explosive Mind

Pictures Of Lily/Non-Who Tracks - Iran - 1967 Monogram 45 (EP)

Hear You Cry/Substitute - USA - 1967 API 45

Cover of "Substitute" performed by Rain

Jack El Feliz/Hazme Sonar - Mexico - 1967 RCA 45

Cover of "Happy Jack" performed by Mayte Gaos (in Spanish)

You Keep Me Hangin' On/And Suddenly/ I've gotta Get A Message To You/Magic Bus - Mexico - 1968 Polydor 45

Titles in Spanish on front cover, English on back cover. Various artists, including The Who

You Keep Me Hangin' On/And Suddenly/ I've gotta Get A Message To You/Magic Bus - Mexico - 1968 Polydor 45

Rarer artwork version

You Keep Me Hangin' On/And Suddenly/ I've gotta Get A Message To You/Magic Bus - Mexico - 1968 Polydor 45 (Promo)

Front cover

You Keep Me Hangin' On/And Suddenly/ I've gotta Get A Message To You/Magic Bus - Mexico - 1968 Polydor 45 (Promo)

Back cover

Sound Of The Stars - UK - 1968 Lynn 995 45

Includes Pete Townshend Interview

I Can't Reach You/Willie And The Hand Jive - USA - 1968 Ranwood 45 (Promo)

Cover of "I Can't Reach You" by The Cherokee

Dis-Moi Son Nom/Le Vagabond - Canada - 1968 Jupiter 45

Cover of "Call Me Lightning" performed by Les Gants Blancs

Llamame Relampago/Veras Feliz El Amanecer - Argentina - 1968 Music Hall 33 1/3 RPM Single

Cover of "Call Me Lightning" performed by Los Walkers

I Put A Spell On You/Nightmare - USA - 1968 Track 45

Associate Producer Pete Townshend (The Crazy World of Arthur Brown)

Fire/Rest Cure - Israel - 1968 Polydor 45

Associate Producer Pete Townshend (The Crazy World of Arthur Brown)

Something In The Air/Wilhelmina - Lebanon - 1969 Polydor 45

Produced and bass played by Pete Townshend (Thunderclap Newman)

Something In The Air/Wilhelmina - Singapore - 1969 Polydor 45

Produced and bass played by Pete Townshend (Thunderclap Newman)

Those Were The Days/The Shadow Of Your Smile/Red Roses For A Blue Lady/ The Philosphy Of W.C. Fields/Pinball Wizard/1st City -USA -1969 MCA 45 (Promo)

MCA Promo EP with "Pinball Wizard"

Suspicion/Blind Date - UK - 1970 Fly 45

Vivian Stanshall 45, produced by Keith Moon. Keith Moon also plays drums on both tracks and some backing vocals on "Blind Date". John Entwistle plays bass on both tracks

Mr. President/May This Be Love - Thailand - 1970 IS 45

Who cover, DBM&T/Jimi Hendrix songs

We're Not Gonna Take It/Weather's Better - USA - 1970 Parrot 45 (Promo)

Cover of "We're Not Gonna Take It" performed by Jennifer Warren

We're Not Gonna Take It/Weather's Better - UK - 1970 London 45 (Promo)

Cover of "We're Not Gonna Take It" performed by Jennifer Warren

Amazing Journey/Euphoria - USA - 1970 OKIE 45

Cover of "Amazing Journey" performed by Columbus Discovery

Overture From Tommy/Mud - Germany - 1970 Atlantic 45

Cover of "Overture From Tommy" performed by The Assembled Multitude

Accidents - USA - 1970 Track Records 45 (Promo)

[Stereo/Mono] Produced by Pete Townshend

The Who - Malaysia - 1971 MREP 45 (EP)

4 tracks (Various Artists) - No Who songs

Victoire Je T'Aime/De Sorcier Du Flipper - France - 1971 Tacoun 45

Richard Anthony cover of "Pinball Wizard" in French

Won't Get Fooled Again/Non-Who Tracks - Guatemala - 1971 Decca 45 (EP) (Promo)

Let's See Action/Non-Who Tracks - Malaysia - 1971 National 45 (EP)

"When I Was A Boy" is pictured on the cover, but not included on the track listing

Do The Albert/Commercial Break - UK - 1971 Parlophone 45

The Scaffold (Paul McCartney's brother's band) with Keith Moon playing drums on "Do The Albert"

Do The Albert/Commercial Break - UK - 1971 Parlophone 45 (Promo)

The Scaffold (Paul McCartney's brother's band) with Keith Moon playing drums on "Do The Albert"

Good To Be Alive/Good To Be Alive - USA - 1972 Epic 45 (Promo)

Mono/Stereo - Ellis single, produced by Roger Daltrey

Go To The Mirror/Underture - UK - 1972 ODE 45

From the London Symphony Orchestra Tommy

Smash The Mirror/ The Acid Queen/ I'm Free/ Pinball Wizard - USA - 1972 ODE 45 (EP)

From the London Symphony Orchestra Tommy

Eyesight To The Blind/Underture - USA - 1972 ODE 45 (Front Cover)

From the London Symphony Orchestra Tommy

Eyesight To The Blind/Underture - USA - 1972 ODE 45 (Back Cover)

From the London Symphony Orchestra Tommy

The Acid Queen/Underture - Germany - 1972 ODE 45 (front cover)

From the London Symphony Orchestra Tommy

The Acid Queen/Underture - Germany - 1972 ODE 45 (back cover)

From the London Symphony Orchestra Tommy. Same as front cover on Spain & France - 1972 Ode 45

The Acid Queen/Underture - Spain - 1972 ODE 45 (back cover)

From the London Symphony Orchestra Tommy. Front cover is the same as the back cover of the Germany - 1972 ODE 45

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