Perhaps you were one of the merry few who watched, Pete Townshend and Rachel Fuller host with Simon Townshend (hermano de Peter) the podcast “the Attic”, available now on Apple Itunes ? The podcast was shot mostly inside a travel trailer, set up as studio. Pete and Rachel welcomed notable singer songwriters, bands who played one set of songs with or without Peter and Rachel. I have featured a few of the Attic tracks and others that feature Peter with guitar and solo voice. The primary songwriter for the Who who sang backup mostly to Roger, turns out to be the better singer over time. Voice survived in the background.
I have included the best duet, imho, with Eddie Vedder, “Heart to hang onto” live on Letterman.
Pete Townshend – Too Much Of Anything (6-17-2006)
In The Attic
I’m One – Pete Townshend
live at In The Attic on 19 October 2005 with Pete Townshend, Rachel Fuller, and Simon Townshend on vocals
Too Much of Anything – Pete Townshend Demo
Table Talking with The Townshends: “Can’t Outrun The Truth’
Pete and Rachel talk about how the new single ‘Can’t Outrun The Truth’ came about, why it was written, who wrote it., who produced it, and who sang on it. Over a mug of tea in the kitchen, they discuss the recording of the song and how it was all done in 2021 during the lockdown, with Pete in his home studio and Rachel producing while suffering the aches and pains of a bad back. Such is show biz!
Pete Townshend – Can’t Outrun The Truth (Official Video)
Music Must Change – Pete Townshend Demo
Demo of Music Must Change for Lifehouse Project.
Pete Townshend Live in Bethel NY 1998 Part 1 of 2
Sat, 15 August 1998: Bethel, NY, Yasgur’s Farm Setlist On The Road Again, A Little Is Enough, Save It For Later, Drowned, Anyway Anyhow Anywhere, Anyway Anyhow Anywhere (short Acoustic Version), You Better You Bet, Behind Blue Eyes, I Am An Animal, Now And Then, Going Up The Country, Eyesight To The Blind, Heart To Hang Onto, North Country Girl (On The Borderline), Let My Love Open The Door, The Kids Are Alright, The Acid Queen, Won’t Get Fooled Again, Magic Bus, See Me Feel Me
Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II Headphone
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Pete Townshend Live in Bethel, NY, 1998
Pete Townshend Plays Tattoo & I’m One + a cool acoustic jam
Townshend plays Tattoo and I’m One back stage in Tampa in 2000 with a very cool solo rhythm jam at the end.
Pete Townshend and Steve Luongo chat about John Entwistle & The Who
This is the director’s cut of Steve Luongo’s interview with Pete Townshend for “An Ox’s Tale,” which features an additional 15 minutes from their very candid 3-hour + conversation. Some of this footage is also featured in “Amazing Journey,” although much of it has never been seen.
Pete Townshend – Storytellers Pt 4 of 4 (Part 4 of 4)
Pete Townshend – Storytellers, final segment. Greyhound Girl + the story of a “horrible accident”.
Pure And Easy – Pete Townshend SONG
The First Time: Pete Townshend
In this episode of ‘The First Time,’ The Who guitarist recalls first hearing the Beatles, watching Jimi Hendrix, and coming to America.
I’m One – Pete Townshend
live at In The Attic on 19 October 2005 with Pete Townshend, Rachel Fuller and Simon Townshend on vocals
Adele, Pete Townshend, Rachel Fuller on In The Attic
Found this early video of the “Attic” video podcast featuring a very young Adele=age 18 to 19 years. Very nice to catch the pre-performance yuck up with Rachel and Adele about early adulthood, childhood and common school antics.
Pete Townshend & Eddie Vedder – Heart To Hang Onto – The Late Show with David Letterman – 07/28/1999
Pete Townshend & Eddie Vedder perform “Heart To Hang Onto” on The Late Show with David Letterman on 07/28/1999
“Drowned” – Live at the Royal Albert Hall
Pete Townshend /// The Secret Policeman’s Ball, June 30, 1979
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Pete Townshends Deep End – Face The Face
Pete Townshend & Roger Daltrey: ‘The Who Sell Out’ Released in 1967 and their Legacy | Apple Music
The legendary guitarist of The Who, Pete Townshend connects with Zane Lowe to reflect on the band’s third studio album ‘The Who Sell Out’ which propelled their career back in 1967. Celebrating the deluxe version of this standout record, Pete Townshend talks about the storytelling throughout this concept album, influencing how other musicians approached their sound, and moments that shaped The Who’s legacy. Roger Daltrey also reflects on creating the record, his involvement with the Teenage Cancer Trust charity in the UK, and motivation for the band’s future. Listen to The Who on Apple Music: http://apple.co/_TheWho 00:00 – Intro 1:14 – How music has evolved 3:15 – What music inspires him & purpose-driven songs 6:04 – Pete Townshend on ‘The Who Sell Out’ 11:12 – Campaigning against smoking 13:20 – Concept albums and inspiring The Beatles 18:05 – Gifted guitars 21:29 – Smashing guitars on stage 26:25 – Keith Moon 30:09 – Roger Daltrey introduction 32:50 – The Who’s longevity 39:28 – Parallels of war and performing 42:05 – Performing at Woodstock 43:32 – Roger Daltrey on ‘The Who Sell Out’ 53:02 – Touring again with The Who
Pete Townshend – Bargain (acoustic)
Pete Townshend – Give Blood (featuring David Gilmour)
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Hiding Out · Pete Townshend White City: A Novel ℗ 1985 Eel-Pie Recording Productions Ltd., under exclusive license to UMC, a division of Universal Music Operations Ltd. Released on: 1985-11-30 Producer: Chris Thomas Associated Performer, Vocals, Guitar: Pete Townshend Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Steve Barnacle Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Mark Brzezicki Associated Performer, Keyboards: John “Rabbit” Bundrick Composer Lyricist: Pete Townshend
This is one of my favorite tracks on White City -A Novel. It is worth listening to the entire album from track 1 through 9 for the benefit of flow and Novel integrity.
THE WHO Eminence Front (Toronto 17th dec 1982)
Keyboards: Tim Gorman
Drums: Kenny Jones
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Eminence Front (Live)
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Pete Townshend-SecondHand Love
‘Just Breathe’ by Pete Townshend and Rachel Fuller
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Rachel Fuller feat. Pete Townshend
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