Pete Townshend plans extensive reissue programme

11 solo albums remastered and reworked

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Pete Townshend has announced details of a major reissue campaign.

11 of his solo albums will be remastered ahead of a digital release on February 23. They will then be released on CD in stages throughout the rest of 2015 and into 2016.

The 11 digital album releases cover Who Came First, Rough Mix – his collaboration with The Faces’ Ronnie Lane – as well as his albums Empty Glass, All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes and the live album Deep End Live, featuring David Gilmour.


The albums will all be released on UMC/Universal Music are:

Who Came First

Rough Mix


Empty Glass

All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

White City

Iron Man: The Musical



Another Scoop

Scoop 3

Deep End Live

News of the reissues arrives soon after The Who confirmed plans to release a 7″ singles and all studio albums on vinyl.

Meanwhile, later this year, Townshend will premier a new orchestral version of Quadrophenia at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

The Who are also due to play London’s Hyde Park on June 26, 2015.


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