Who Did What:
The Audio and Video Documents of The Who Volume 1 1964-1970

This book attempts to describe every audio and video recording (including studio, live, TV, radio, etc) of
The Who available commercially or otherwise that is currently circulating in the collector community.
This first volume includes about 210 entries in chronological order from the first seven years of the bands history.
Each description includes the date of the recording, the length of the recording, a quality grade (A, B or C), song titles,
the authors personal remarks and, in the case of videos, screen shots. The author acknowledges errors and
omissions may be present, nevertheless serious Who collectors will find this book an interesting read.

 

Year Author Size Pages Photos Publisher ISBN
2012 Scott Parker 8 x 10 in (20.5 x 25.5 cm) 206 Black & white screen shots throughout SBP Publishing 978-1475030099
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Who Did What:

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I've been waiting for this book forever. I knew it was only a matter of time before someone wrote it.
It's got lots of information and is worth buying if you're a big collector but it doesn't seem like the writer had any special access to "the vaults." He just gathered all known info a put it in a single place. Still, it's great to have it. My only problem is I wish that there was an index so I could look up song titles.