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1966
The Who play in Gothenburg

1967
The Who play the New Century Hall in Manchester. The mini-opera "Rael," introduced to the set at the beginning of the month, is dropped after this show, never to be revived.

1969
The Who continue a six-night stand at the Fillmore East in New York accompanied by the Joshua Light Show.

1972
Pete's album Who Came First hits the British charts. Although it has Pete on the cover and is marketed as a solo album, it is more a compilation of the privately released Meher Baba albums. For instance, the single released from the album, "Forever's No Time At All" (backed with "This Song Is Green") features a lead vocal by Billy Nicholls. The album reaches #30 in the British charts. The single does not chart.

1974
Roger is interviewed for the last of a four-part interview program with The Who for BBC Radio 1.

1975
The Who play in London

1976
The Who play in Toronto

1978
The Jam's single "Down In The Tube Station At Midnight" enters the British charts. On the flip side is a cover of "So Sad About Us" and the picture sleeve carries a tribute to Keith.

1982
MTV airs their Farewell To The Who special. On the same night Roger has to leave the concert in the middle of the show due to a sore throat. He returns to the stage after a short break.

1982
The Who play in Portland

1988
Goldmine reports that MCA and PolyGram had wanted to release The Who's first three albums on CD a year earlier but The Who asked for more money than either record label thought they were worth. They also report that a Who box set is in the works. The project gets as far as a preliminary compilation tape before the project is cancelled.

2002
The Who: Ultimate Collection boxset is released in the U.K. It features a different cover from the U.S., plus five more songs than the U.S. and two CD-Rom videos. It peaks at #17.
Also, an unsent letter to fans from Kurt Cobain is published in Newsweek. The letter concludes "Hope I die before I become Pete Townshend."
Roger Daltrey attends the launch of Stella McCartney's "Absolut Stella" ad campaign at the Chateau Marmont in Hollywood.


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