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The Who - Maximum BBC flac album
Maximum BBC
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Maximum Bbc 】【 2002-09-24 】. Album songs: . ust You And Me. eaving Here.

BBC Sessions by The Who was released 15 February 2000 on Polydor Records internationally and MCA Records in the . It contains 24 songs and two jingles recorded live at the BBC studios in London.

Maximum BBC. Release Date. A most worthwhile find for the serious Who fan, comprising 27 tracks that the group recorded for the BBC between 1965 and 1970, the accent falling heavily on the 1965-67 period. Decent though not pristine sound and good performances, which usually don't deviate a great deal from the record, but are occasionally substantially different: Entwistle's bass, in particular, comes through much more strongly on some of the 1966-67 material.

The two-part series on The Who continues. Before stadiums, concept albums and hotel destruction, The Who were a rhythm ‘n’ blues band. As difficult as it may be to imagine, if you saw The Who in ‘64, in-between dodging drumsticks and guitar splinters, you’d see four skinny white teenagers from West London tackling songs by James Brown, Smokey Robinson And The Miracles, and Martha And The Vandellas. This year, The Who celebrate the 50th anniversary of their first UK single, I Can't Explain, and their seminal track, My Generation, as well as the release of their debut album of the same name. To mark this special occasion, the band will embark on a huge tour including dates playing London’s Hyde Park and closing Glastonbury Festival as headliners tonight.

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The Who. Thirty Years of Maximum R&B. Substitute is found on the album Thirty Years of Maximum R&B. Who's Best Instant Party 1 Live at the Royal Albert Hall BBC Sessions BBC Sessions Then and Now: 1964-2004 First Singles Box The Early Collection: Magic Bus/Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy/Who's Missing Who's Better, Who's Best The Exciting Who Then & Now Direct Hits The Blues to the Bush View from.


A1 Just You And Me
A2 Leaving Here
A3 Good Lovin'
A4 Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
A5 The Goods Gone
A6 My Generation
A7 La La La La Lies
A8 Man With Money
A9 Substitute
B1 Disguises
B2 I'm A Boy
B3 So Sad About Us
B4 Run, Run, Run
B5 Boris The Spider
B6 Happy Jack
B7 I Can See For Miles
B8 Pictures Of Lily


This appears to be an Italian copy identical to Maximum BBC (CD) (HI-WATT WHO 001).

Side 1
Tracks 1-2 recorded May 25 1965
Tracks 3-4 recorded June 19 1965
Tracks 5-6-7 recorded April 22 1965
Tracks 8-9 recorded March 15 1966

Side 2

Tracks 1-2-3 recorded September 13 1966
Tracks 4-5-6 recorded January 17 1967
Tracks 7-8 recorded October 10 1967

All trakcs recorded from original master tapes.

The center hole paper label is the famed Who "target" symbol.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WHO 001 The Who Maximum BBC ‎(CD, Unofficial) Hiwatt WHO 001 Japan 1994
IU 9543-1 The Who Maximum BBC (The Radio Sessions 1965 - 1970) ‎(CD, Unofficial) Invasion Unlimited IU 9543-1 Europe 1995
MOD 2 The Who Maximum BBC II ‎(LP, Unofficial) Not On Label (The Who) MOD 2 Italy Unknown
ROB-1041 The Who Maximum BBC ‎(CD, Unofficial) Red Robin Records ROB-1041 1994
  • Jox
this is a very nice compilation on viynl i purchased back in 1988, the lp consists of the whos earliest recordings for the bbc during 1965 and 1966 ( i also have a japan cd version of this) there is only one track here that did not make the official who bbc recordings lp/cd back in 2000, all else is here so basically if you are not a 100% completest and you need that one song this is a great collection to have especially the laminated glossy sleeve wich i like better then the sleeve used for the official 2000 release, there is a part 2 to this lp set as well with more who bbc recordings from 1966 and 67, BOTH have wonderful mid 60s mod shots like this lp does, to this day 26 years after i found this lp in a greenwich village shop in nyc it is one of the easier who boots to find on viynl for a good price, if you do not see it here on discogs, check ebay or uk these seem to pop up often on this site as well as those 2 e bay sites, this one (part 1) and the second part 2 do not cost an arm and a leg fortunatlley