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New Albums

“The Who Sell Out” Gets Super Deluxe Edition

The Who have released a new deluxe edition of “The Who Sell Out”, featuring a staggering 112 tracks with 47 of them previously unreleased. Of course, John Entwistle’s bass lines anchor the entire affair, but his compositions also get a new light.

Bass Videos

The Who: Won’t Get Fooled Again

On this day in 1944, the mighty John Entwistle was born. Here’s the Ox bringing the thunder on “Won’t Get Fooled Again”, from the 1979 film, “The Kids Are Alright”.

New Albums

The Who Release “WHO” with Pino Palladino and Gus Seyffert

The Who may have started their recording career 55 years ago, but Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are still going. Their latest album, “Who,” marks their 12th studio album, and features Pino Palladino and Gus Seyffert.

Bass Videos

The Who: A Quick One (While He’s Away)

The Who is releasing a new album on December 6th, but they’re pushing a lot of vintage content in the meantime. Here’s a 1968 clip of “A Quick One (While He’s Away),” which features a fantastic bass line by John Entwistle.

Bass Videos

The Who: Baba O’Riley (Shepperton Studios, 1978)

The Who is releasing a new album on December 6th. But they got our attention today by sharing this clip of them performing “Baba O’Riley,” filmed on B-Stage at Shepperton Studios in 1978.

Concerts & Tours

The Who Announces New Album, “Moving On!” Tour

The Who have announced they’re working on a new album, which will be their first in 13 years, and they’re going on tour to support it. Bassist Jon Button, who has worked with The Who for the past few years, will once again join the band.

New Albums

The Who Release “Live at the Fillmore East 1968”

A unique performance from The Who is now available in a three-LP or 2-CD set. Live at the Fillmore East 1968 captures the band in New York City nearing the end of a long tour, but more importantly, the shows took place one day after the assassination of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King. “America was already a country...

New Albums

The Who Releases “Maximum A’s and B’s”

Much of John Entwistle’s best bass work is showcased in a new collection from The Who. Maximum A’s and B’s compiles the band’s complete singles discography into a five-disc box set. The collection has 86 tracks from their time with four labels: Brunswick, Reaction, Track, and Polydor. It begins with songs they released as The High Numbers (“Zoot Suit” and...


The Who’s 2004 Isle Of Wight Festival Released On Blu-Ray/DVD

The Who’s return to the Isle of Wight Festival in 2004 was important for several reasons. First, it was the first time playing the festival since their legendary 1970 performance. It had just been restarted in 2002 after a long absence. Secondly, it was the first time the band played in their home country since the untimely passing of bassist...

Bass Videos

The Who: Eminence Front (Live)

The Who’s It’s Hard was one of the first albums I bought on vinyl, back in 1982. I always loved John Entwistle’s bass line on “Eminence Front.” I decided to check out the album again, which brought me to this live performance from their tour stop in Toronto that year. The Ox throws in some seriously tasty lines after the...

Concerts & Tours

The Who Announces Tour with Tal Wilkenfeld Band

2016 is turning out to have some incredible tours for bassists. The Who will be continuing their “The Who Hits 50!” tour with a new North American leg, and they’ve tapped Australian bass phenom Tal Wilkenfeld to open the shows. Between Pino Palladino in the The Who and Wilkenfeld’s band, these shows are going to be bumping. Wilkenfeld shared her...

New Albums

The Who Celebrates 50th with Concert Recordings

The Who’s June 26 concert in London’s Hyde Park is now available for purchase on CD and video as Live In Hyde Park. The show – part of the band’s 50th anniversary tour – featured original members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend. Bassist Pino Palladino played parts made famous by the late John Entwistle. At the June 25 Hyde Park...