Photos, Cartoons, Clippings, Press Kits, Etc.


Murray the K's Music in the Fifth Dimension - RKO 58th Street Theatre, New York, NY - March 25 - April 2, 1967.


The Lagoon Terrace Ballroom - Salt Lake City, Utah - July 19, 1967. Photos by Dave van Stavaren.


Constitution Hall - Washington, DC - August 13, 1967.


The Grande Ballroom - Detroit, Michigan - March 9, 1968. Photos by Mugsy Fleming.

MH (EkimNosnah@aol.com) was at the concert. Click here to read of his experience. 


The Singer Bowl - New York, New York - August 2, 1968. Photos by Richard Chase.

  


The Concertgebouw - Amsterdam, Netherlands - September 29, 1969. Photos by Nico Gabel.

   


Commonwealth Armory - Boston, Massachusetts - October 10, 1969. Photos by Roland Boisjoly.


University Refectory - Leeds, England - February 14, 1970. Photos by John Rettie - www.rocknrollphotographs.com.


Music Hall - Boston, Massachusetts - August 4 & 5, 1971. Photos by Roland Boisjoly.


Oval Cricket Ground - London, England. September 18, 1971. Photos by Alberto Genero.


Capital Centre - Landover, MD. December 6, 1973.


The Omni - Atlanta, Georgia - November 24, 1975. Photos by Michael Astarita and Earl Valinsky.


Chicago Stadium - Chicago, Illinois - December 4, 1975. Photo by Charles Osgood.


Maple Leaf Gardens - Toronto, Ontario - December 11, 1975.


Winterland Auditorium - San Francisco, California - March 1976.

Photo by Michael Zagaris.

Photos by Dennis McCoy.


Maple Leaf Gardens - Toronto, Ontario - October 21, 1976.


J.F.K. Stadium - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - September 25, 1982. Santana, The Clash, The Who. Photos by Joe Giorgianni.


Photos from The Who Sell Out photo session by David Montgomery 1967. If you have any others please let me know.

 




Joe Giorgianni and Dougal Butler

Joe Giorgianni and Irish Jack 


Las Vegas Review-Journal - Friday, June 28, 2002 - Coverage of the death of John Entwistle.


Las Vegas Sun - Friday, June 28, 2002 - Coverage of the death of John Entwistle.



Time Magazine - December 17, 1979


"This guitar has seconds to live".

One of the emails I receive most often is asking where the poster at left can be obtained. Actually, I don't believe it ever was a poster. It was an ad that appeared in the British rock newspaper the New Musical Express dated July 14th, 1979. Click on the image at left for an actual size scan of my original.

It appears that the ad patterned itself after 1970 ad for the Live at Leeds album.

However, to get a poster reproducing the ad on the left, go here.


Flu wipes out The Who before 15,000 at Garden - Boston Globe, March 10, 1976


1976 Press Kit - Photos, Discography, Newspaper Clippings, Magazine Articles

L.A. Times - December 10, 1971
Newsweek - November 12, 1973
Houston, Texas - November 20, 1975

Houston, Texas - November 20, 1975

Houston, Texas - November 20, 1975

Houston, Texas - November 20, 1975

Baton Rouge, Louisiana - November 21, 1975

Memphis, Tennessee - November 23, 1975

Memphis, Tennessee - November 23, 1975

Atlanta, Georgia - November 24, 1975

Hampton Roads, Virginia - November 27, 1975

Greensboro, North Carolina - November 28, 1975

Kansas City, Missouri - December 1, 1975

Des Moines, Iowa - December 2, 1975

Chicago, Illinois - December 4, 1975

Pontiac, Michigan - December 6, 1975

Pontiac, Michigan - December 6, 1975

Cincinnati, Ohio - December 8, 1975

Cleveland, Ohio - December 9, 1975

Providence, Rhode Island - December 13, 1975

Providence, Rhode Island - December 13, 1975

Springfield, Massachusetts - December 14, 1975

Philadelphia Spectrum - December 15, 1975

Philadelphia Spectrum - December 15, 1975

Article by John Swenson
Record World - November 23, 1974

"Complete Discography" by MCA

Sounds - October 18, 1975

 


What did Melody Maker think of Quadrophenia when it was released in 1973? Another British music newspaper, the New Musical Express, has also featured some nice Who material over the years. One was a pictorial tribute to Keith after he died.

And if you're a big fan of Keith Moon (who isn't?) follow this link for some pictures of him, as well as scans of his solo album.

If you're interested in the equipment Pete Townshend uses on stage and in the studio follow this link.


Following is one of my favorite scenes from "The Kids Are Alright" movie. The photo is from a press kit and is autographed in blue pen "To Joe - Pete Townshend."



CARTOONS
Horton Hears The Who
Dilbert
5th Wave by Rich Tennant
Shoe


Bobo's Progress - March 12, 2000

"Joe,

Saw my work on your site. Very Cool.
Thought you might like to have a decent jpeg of the 3-12 Sunday strip
instead of the scan from the paper.

Best wishes,
Dan Wright
Creator,
Bobo's Progress"


From Who's News 1981
Over the Hedge - March 29, 2000
Over the Hedge - March 30, 2000
Bizarro - July 9, 2000

Mallard Fillmore - March 2, 2001

Betty - 2001 - May 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26
Betty - March 10, 2002
Milt Priggee - June 2002
Grand Avenue by Steve Breen
    August 11, 2002
    August 15, 2002
Flight Deck by Peter Waldner - September 22, 2002
Warped by Mike Cavna - August 22, 1997
Kansas City, Missouri Star - 2003
Pardon My Planet - December 5, 2003
Crankshaft - January 13, 2005
New Yorker - January 24, 2005
Violet Days - 2005
Off the Mark by Mark Parisi - June 5, 2005
Private Eye - January 20, 2006 - #1
Private Eye - January 20, 2006 - #2
Frazz by Jef Mallett - April 17, 2006
Daily Telegraph - June 7, 2006
Betty by Delainey and Rasmussen - December 18, 2006
xkcd - June 2007
Crankshaft - June 18, 2007
Simpsons 2006 Daily Trivia Calendar
Rubes by Leigh Rubin - 2008
Betty - January 15, 2010
Betty - January 16, 2010
Zits - April 21, 2010
Zits - April 22, 2010
Steven Bell from The Guardian - September 29, 2010
Rubes - October 12, 2010
The Duplex by Glenn McCoy - December 20, 2010
Crankshaft - August 7, 2011
Zits - August 21, 2011
Brevity - March 10, 2012


The next set of photos are all black and white 8x10's from another press kit for "The Kids Are Alright." The first four are horizontal format scanned at 640x480 and make a nice wallpaper for your computer desktop.



The next pamphlet was included with some of the U.S. Meaty, Beaty, Big and Bouncy albums.



By popular demand here is the photo of Pete with the bloody hand ©1980 Rolling Stone Magazine.


The August 1970 issue of National Geographic had an article titled Home to the Enduring Berkshires with a photo of the Who performing at Tanglewood in 1969.


I have a small promotional card for Rotosound Strings given to me by my good friend and fellow Who collector Roland Boisjoly from the Boston area. Roland has played bass for many years and is pictured here with another pretty good bass player - this same bass player autographed this beautiful picture for him. Here's also another photo of Roland down in the tube station (at midnight?).


The next two pages are scans from a 1968 issue of "Eye" magazine that first published the lyrics to "Joker James," "Party Piece From Rael" and "Join My Gang."




Even the U.S. Postal Service likes the Who!

1979 Press Kit

 

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