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Who's Missing (album)

Who's Missing
The Who
Released 30 November 1985
Recorded 1965–1971
Genre Rock
Length 41:07
Label MCA
The Who chronology

The Who Collection
(1985)
Who's Missing
(1985)
Two's Missing
(1987)

Who's Missing is a compilation of rare and previously unreleased songs by The Who.[1] Its second part Two's Missing was released on 11 April 1987.

The CD was reissued in Japan on 24 December 2011 with additional bonus tracks drawn from the Japanese only bonus disc for "Then and Now". The album was remastered by Jon Astley from the original analog master tapes.

Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 3/5 stars link

Track listing

Side one
No. Title Length
1. "Shout and Shimmy" (James Brown) 3:18
2. "Leaving Here" (Holland-Dozier-Holland) 2:50
3. "Anytime You Want Me" (Jerry Ragovoy, Garnet Mimms) 2:36
4. "Lubie (Come Back Home)" (Paul Revere, Mark Lindsay) 3:40
5. "Barbara Ann" (Fred Fassert) 2:01
6. "I'm a Boy" (Pete Townshend) 2:38
Side two
No. Title Length
7. "Mary Anne with the Shaky Hand" (Townshend) 3:17
8. "Heaven and Hell" (John Entwistle) 3:33
9. "Here for More" (Roger Daltrey) 2:27
10. "I Don't Even Know Myself" (Townshend) 4:59
11. "When I Was a Boy" (Entwistle) 3:30
12. "Bargain (Live)" (Townshend) 6:18

2011 Japanese CD Reissue Bonus Tracks

  1. "Doctor, Doctor" (Entwistle) (Mono)
  2. "Someone's Coming" (US single version) (Entwistle) (Mono)
  3. "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (UK single version) (Entwistle) (Mono)
  4. "Fortune Teller" (Naomi Neville)
  5. "Postcard" (Cancelled EP version) (Entwistle)
  6. "Baby Don't You Do It" (Live in San Francisco 1971) (Holland-Dozier-Holland)

Artwork

The album artwork was created by Richard Evans but appears to be heavily influenced by Peter Blake's Got a Girl (1960–61).

References

External links

  • Liner notes by Pete Townshend
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