The Who

The Who

Award-winning, British, multi-million-selling rock/Mod band, formerly known as The High Numbers, led by Roger Daltrey and featuring co-founder Pete Townsend, as well as an amalgam of touring musicians. Previous members include Keith Moon and John Entwistle.

During their notorious '60s heyday, the band issued the songs: "My Generation", "I Can't Explain", "I Can See For Miles", "Happy Jack", "Substitute", "The Kids Are Alright" and "Pinball Wizard".

They released their debut album, "My Generation" in 1965, followed by: "A Quick One" (1966), "The Who Sell Out" (1967), "Tommy" (1969), "Who's Next" (1971), "Quadrophenia" (1973), "The Who by Numbers" (1975), "Who Are You" (1978), "Face Dances" (1981), "It's Hard" (1982), "Endless Wire" (2006), "Who" (2019) and the live album, "The Who with Orchestra Live at Wembley".

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