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Who Audio CD
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Compilation of a dozen B-sides, UK-only singles, and other oddities from the 1960s and early '70s. Features the 1965 cover of James Brown's "Shout and Shimmy," "Heaven and Hell", the 45 version of "Mary Anne with the Shaky Hand," the obscure Roger Daltrey tune "Here for More."

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5.0 out of 5 stars The best 'Rarity' Album Feb. 24 2004
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Out of all the years I've loved The Who, I have to say this the easiest to get rarity album. It's got great songs and all though it's a rarity collection, it was from 1985. At that time, I'm A Boy was rare and I thought that the version on here would be like the version on MBBB, but it was the more common version (like I said it wasn't common in '85).
Shout & Shimmy -The UK B-Side to My Generation
Leaving Here -Recorded when The Who were The High Numbers
Anytime You Want Me -The slow song for this CD and the B-Side to
'Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere'
Lubie (Come Back Home)-A great rarity. Previously Unreleased
Barbara Ann -A great rocker, featured on "Ready Steady Who" and
the remastered "A Quick One"
I'm A Boy -The version most people know. Great Tune.
Mary-Anne With The Shaky Hands -B-Side to the classic 'I Can See
For Miles'
Heaven & Hell -A GREAT John Entwhistle song. B-Side to
'Summertime Blues'
Here For More -1 of the very few songs written by Roger. B-Side
'The Seeker'
I Don't Even Know Myself -B-Side to the classic 'Won't Get
Fooled Again. Featured on the remastered 'Who's Next'
When I Was A Boy -B-Side to 'Let's See Action'
Bargain -Previously Unreleased (Why? This is EXCELLENT)
I also reccomend 'Two's Missing'
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5.0 out of 5 stars A fantastic collection of songs! Nov. 8 1999
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This is an amzaing collection of songs that are difficult to find. Some favorites are the short, snappy version of I'm A Boy(different than long version found on Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy LP and CD). Mary Anne with Shaky Hand is a beautiful, poetic song, altho unclear why she has the shaky hand! Heaven and Hell, a single from 1970, is a wonderful song that opened many Who concerts in those days. The live version of Bargain has immense power to it - listen to the live cut, then the studio cut on Who's Next- & the solo Pete T. demo if you have a bootleg)-three versions back to back is a joy: the solo demo, the Who in the studio, and live. Barbara Ann is great, fantastic harmonies - California surfer sounds on several Who songs came from drummer Keith Moon's personal interests, and went to the grave with him. Get this WHO'S MISSING CD if you can, before it goes out of print (the US MCA one is out of print, this is Canadian MCA). Even now, it is not easy to find in record stores or other web music sites. Also, echoing a previous comment, if you can, get TWO's MISSING, the companion piece to this WHO's MISSING. (Two's Missing CD is out of print, very difficult to find, and expect to pay a steep price if you are lucky enough to find one).
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A must for Who collectors and the "well groomed Who fan". This compliation has good sound quality, that actually surpasses the material that is on the Who albums released around the time when these songs were recorded (1965 to 1970). Don't expect any "Tommy blueprints" or crazy psychedelia, except a vocal tremelo effect on "Mary Anne". The "I'm A Boy" version on this CD puts the original version on Meaty Beaty into the ground soundwise and the band's playing. Entwistle's "When I was a Boy", no reference to "I'm A Boy", is a deep exposure of Entwistle's songwriting, which shows Entwistle singing about the common man instead of Townshend's punk rock riddled lyrics. But I will note on thing about that particular track. The intro sounds like something that would be a backup tape for an elementary school's chorus club show. Hear it and you'll know what I mean. Overall, this compilation is not your normal Who compilation, but it shows their other musical talents and where they're going without dropping musical hints at Tommy or Quadrophenia. Also, try to find "Two's Missing" which is like the brother to this compilation. That is also great. Pardon my spelling folks.
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5.0 out of 5 stars collector's item April 5 2004
Format:Audio CD
I agree to the reviews below. It's a great collection of rare songs for Who-Collectors rather than for casual fans. What's more most of the songs are available on the box set "30 Years Of Maximum Rhythm & Blues" or on the 1998 edition of "Odds and Sods". However, "Who's Missing" is great to listen as an album and the excellent Entwhistle song "When I was I boy" is on no other compilation.
Regarding the fan's request a few review below. I recently purchased "Two's Missing" (also fantastic)on ebay Germany for € 35,-. I was really lucky, I know. It is also sold on amazon market place Germany for € 199,- (!). So I agree: Do buy "Who's Missing" now as long as it can be purchased so easily.
To sum it up. I love that band!
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