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Old 19th February 2020, 10:56 AM
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New magazine from 'Uncut' - 10.99


For a new fan, it's a recommended purchase. However, this is the third printing (updated with the new album), so I think I'll stick with the original copy I got about 15 years ago!
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Old 20th February 2020, 09:16 AM
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Roger as the twin slaves Dromio of Ephesus and Dromio of Syracuse in a 1983 BBC production of Shakespeare's 'The Comedy Of Errors'

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Pete with Ronnie Wood, Mick and Keef when the Stones played a show at London's 100 Club as a tribute to the late Ian Stewart on February 23rd, 1986

Stewart, who died from a heart attack on December 12th, 1985, was a Scottish keyboard player and co-founder of the Stones who was removed from the line-up in May 1963 at the request of manager Andrew Loog Oldham because "...he didn't fit the band's image". However, he remained with the band as their road manager and played piano on most of their albums released between 1964 - 1986

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The Detours, with drummer Doug Sandom (third from left). Keith joined in April '64, so this picture must have been taken sometime between June '62, when he joined the band, and that date

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Roger, as Hugh Fitzcairn, in a 1995 episode of 'Highlander: The Series' entitled 'Star-Crossed'

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"People try to drink us down
Just because we drink in town
Drinks down here seem awful cold
Ill have another before i get old!!"


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Roger and laser - Manchester Apollo, March 2nd, 1981

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March 4th, 1981 - The band record their last appearance on the BBC music programme 'Top Of The Pops', where they mime to their current single 'You Better You Bet'

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Old 9th March 2020, 06:45 AM
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Record Store Day 2020

"The Who - Odds and Sods

Format:
2LP - Red /and Yellow

Label:
UMC-Polydor

More Info:
One of the very first 'rarities' collections, released to try and defeat the bootleggers, the original 11-track album was released on the Track Records label in September 1974.Compiled in band down-time by bass guitarist John Entwistle, it includes the single 'Long Live Rock', the unedited unreleased version of 'The Seeker', the studio version of 'Young Man Blues', alternative versions of 'Dogs Part Two' and 'Water', amongst many other gems.This reissue includes the original LP sequence on disc one and adds 14 bonus tracks - B-sides, rarities & extras on disc two, 'Odds & Sods Too' - to create a definitive, 25-track double LP.The stunning artwork and design restore the original 'die-cut' front sleeve and includes all Pete Townshend's original track annotation."



No word on the complete track listing, but the 1998 remastered and expanded CD consisted of:

1. "I'm the Face" (The High Numbers)
2. "Leaving Here"
3. "Baby Don't You Do It"
4. "Summertime Blues" (studio version)
5. "Under My Thumb"
6. "Mary Anne with the Shaky Hand"
7. "My Way"
8. "Faith in Something Bigger"
9. "Glow Girl"
10. "Little Billy"
11. "Young Man Blues" (alternate version)
12. "Cousin Kevin Model Child"
13. "Love Ain't for Keeping"
14. "Time Is Passing"
15. "Pure and Easy"
16. "Too Much of Anything"
17. "Long Live Rock"
18. "Put the Money Down"
19. "We Close Tonight"
20. "Postcard"
21. "Now I'm a Farmer"
22. "Water"
23. "Naked Eye"

**Edit - Full track listing**

Side A

Postcard
Now I'm A Farmer
Put The Money Down
Little Billy
Too Much Of Anything
Glow Girl

Side B

Pure And Easy
Faith In Something Bigger
I'm The Face
Naked Eye
Long Live Rock

Side C

Zoot Suit (remix with fade)
Here Tis (only previously released on 30 Years… box set)
Leaving Here (from ‘Pye’ acetate)
Baby Don’t You Do It (from ‘Pye’ acetate)
Young Man Blues (alternate studio version, included on 1998 CD)
Dogs Part Two (B-side, the single mix; included on Tommy SDE)
Here For More (B-side single mix)
The Seeker (long unedited version; unreleased)

Side D

Heaven And Hell (B-side single mix)
Don’t Know Myself (B-side single mix)
When I Was A Boy (B-side single mix)
Waspman (B-side single mix)
We Close Tonight (included on 1998 CD)
Water (B-side single mix)
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