The Who ‎– P.T. Demos For The Who 1964-67

Hiwatt ‎– HI-64/67
CD, Compilation, Unofficial Release



All songs recorded and written by Pete Townshend at his home-studios on 2-track, Ealing Common, Belgravia, Victoria & Soho, London, 1964-1967.
All tracks are the original mixes.

The sleeve only lists "My Generation" once, but the CD actually starts with two different demo versions of this track. All other titles are shifted one position accordingly.


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December 5, 2016
this is a great disc for real die hard who fanatics that have to have it all, these demos range from 1964 through 1967 ( basically my generation, a quick one and sell out records) plus some well well known 60s singles, this was released back in the mid 1990s and is a silver factory pressed disc and it was also the first boot where i was able to hear tracks like KING RABBIT & LAZY FAT PEOPLE ( wich was written by townshend and demoed by pete in 1966 but released by the barron knights in 1967) so these are 2 amazing songs alone, anyway this disc is a must of early mod/pop and garage sounding who, there is a better boot that features more tracks from this era called POP GOES ART.. that came out as a deluxe set with a lot of inners and goodies as well as 2 full discs worth of petes demos from the 60s similar to this one, that is your best bet i feel but that one is kind of expensive now as it came out back in 2004 and is long oop, also check out the 6 cd box set of all petes demos that run from 1965 through the early 1980s, i have that one and i belive it is called the ultimate scoop, anyway THIS EDITION as well has become VERY hard to find as well the past few years. great inlay that represents this era perfect as well............