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  1. Pete Townshend Solo Discography * Pete Townshend US solo albums* * UK solo albums* Who Came First Originally released on Decca (USA) with a poster by Mike McInnery. Side 2: Time Is Passing, There's A Heartache Tonight, Sheraton Gibson, Content, Parvardigar. Lyrics with bonus track previously unreleased 'I Always Say' Liner Notes.
  2. Pete Townshend’s solo debut album, Who Came First, is getting the 45th anniversary deluxe treatment on April 20th. Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) will release the album as a 2 CD expanded version, featuring eight previously unreleased tracks, new edits, alternative versions and live performances.
  3. There are several Gibson Pete Townshend signature guitars, such as the Pete Townshend SG, the Pete Townshend J, and three different Pete Townshend Les Paul Deluxes. The SG was clearly marked as a Pete Townshend limited edition model and came with a special case and certificate of authenticity, signed by Townshend himself.
  4. Who Came First is the debut solo record by Pete Townshend, first released in The album collected together tracks from Townshend’s private pressings of his tributes to Meher Baba, Happy Birthday and I Am, as well as demos from the unrealized concept album Lifehouse, part of which became The Who’s classic Who's Next album.
  5. Let's See Action Lyrics: Let's see action. Let's see people / Let's see freedom. Let's see who cares / Take me with you. When you leave me / And my shell behind us .
  6. Apr 20,  · “The Seeker,” an exalting version of which appears on the second CD in this 45th anniversary edition of Pete Townshend’s Who Came First, is not one of his most stellar compositions, but the name of that song might well be the subtitle of this package (and, were it not so melodramatic, would.
  7. I'm sittin' in the Sheraton Gibson playin' my Gibson And boy do I feel all alone. Cleveland, you blow my mind. Cleveland, I wish I were home this time. Don't want to be unkind. But I'm sittin' in the Sheraton Gibson playin' my Gibson Thinkin' 'bout a sunny barbeque I'm sitting in the Sheraton Gibson playin' my Gibson And my mind is a Cleveland.
  8. "Let's See Action" first appeared as a U.K. single in Both these were sprung from Lifehouse. Like most of his demos, Pete's solo versions of these songs have a distinctly different feel from the Who versions. "Sheraton Gibson" and "Time Is Passing" are prime Townshend, while "Evolution," Ronnie Lane's contribution, gives the album a jolt.

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