The Who fans will finally see one of the band's classic concerts get a release. “The Who Live at the Fillmore East 1968” was recorded over two nights at Manhattan’s Fillmore East amid tensions after Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination.
For the 50th anniversary of the shows, the unreleased recordings are being issued on double CD and triple vinyl on April 20th. The issue will showcase a never-before-released version of “C’mon Everybody,” “Tattoo,” and 30-minute rendition of “My Generation.”
But that's not the only thing Who fans have to look forward to. Guitarist Pete Townshend's debut solo album “Who Came First” is getting a reissue for its 45th anniversary. It will be released as a two CD expanded version and feature eight previously unheard tracks.
The first CD will feature the remastered version of the album, while CD two has the unreleased tracks and live performances. Fans may also enjoy the 24-page booklet containing rare images of Townshend and Meher Baba in the recording studio. The remastered “Who Came First” album will also be available on April 20th.