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Who’s Next started life as a Pete Townshend concept entitled Lifehouse, which contained enough songs for a double album, but the project was eventually reduced to a single LP. Recordings for the album began in New York with Kit Lambert as producer, but the band weren’t satisfied with the results and returned to London to re-record them at Olympic Studios in Barnes with Glyn Johns. Most of the songs recorded with Johns appeared on Who’s Next while the leftovers appeared on singles and later, Odds & Sods (see album). Who’s Next became the only Who album to make in the UK charts. Produced by The Who Associate producer Glyn Johns. Sleeve design by Kosh. Photography by Ethan A. Russell.
Lifehouse was a science fiction rock opera by the Who intended as a follow-up to Tommy. It was abandoned as a rock opera in favour of creating the traditional rock album Who's Next, though its songs would appear on various albums and singles by the Who, as well as Pete Townshend's solo albums. In 1978, aspects of the Lifehouse project were revisited by the Who on Who Are You. In 2000, Townshend revived the Lifehouse concept with his set Lifehouse Chronicles and the sampler Lifehouse Elements
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From "The Making Of Who's Next" TV Special 1999. 12. Pure And Easy (Pete On Piano 1999). Tracks 12-16 are taken from a 1999 TV Special were Pete, Roger, John and Who's next producer Glyn Johns are talking about the recording process and give examples. All tracks and titles taken from the back of sleeve.
Much of Who's Next derives from Lifehouse, an ambitious sci-fi rock opera Pete Townshend abandoned after suffering a nervous breakdown, caused in part from working on the sequel to Tommy.
The Who, 1971: Who's Next cover shoot with Keith Moon, by Ethan Russell. Keith in lingerie was obviously abandoned for the cover, but was featured prominently in advertising. Producers Glyn Johns, Shel Talmy & The Who. Writers John Entwistle & Pete Townshend. Backing Vocals John Entwistle & Pete Townshend.
The album shifts into gear with one of its more memorable tracks. This was one folk masterpiece. The CD doesn’t let up on you afterwards. We’re in for another hit off the album, Bargain is probably the lyrics that everyone knows. It starts with a mellow acoustic guitar riff until the crazy drum fill kicks into a rockin guitar and great vocals. The verses are quite short, but the choruses are what catches peoples ears.