Primarily composed by Pete Townshend.
All songs written by the Who, except where noted.
Originally released in U.K. as Track 2408 102 and in U.S. as Decca [DL] 79182, Aug. 1971, except tracks 10-16, from the Who's abandoned Lifehouse project, previously unreleased or released (principally) on the album Odds and sods (1974).
Program notes, written by Pete Townshend and John Atkins, inserted in container.
Love ain't for keeping (2:10)
My wife / John Entwistle (3:40)
The song is over (6:13)
Getting in tune (4:50)
Going mobile (3:42)
Behind blue eyes (3:41)
Won't get fooled again (8:32)
Pure and easy (4:19)
Baby don't you do it / Edward Holland, Jr., Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland (5:13)
Naked eye (5:22)
Too much of anything (4:24)
I don't even know myself (4:54)
Behind blue eyes (3:25).
Love ain't for keeping.
Song is over.
Getting in tune.
Behind blue eyes.
Won't get fooled again.
Pure and easy.
Baby don't you do it.
Too much of anything.
I don't even know myself.
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