Released on Lp in 1972,'Who Came First' is not the star trip you'd imagine from the guitarist and songwriter from (at that time) the world's biggest band. It's a collection of odds and sods in which Townshend occasionally turns lead vocals over to Ronnie Lane and Billy Nichols, sets other people's poems to music, and even performs his guru's favorite Jim Reeves tune. The highlights are "Pure and Easy", "Let's See Action", and "Heartache". Some of the songs turned out to be from the Who's abandoned "Lifehouse" project. Mastered by the great American audio engineer Bernie Grundman, this release blows ALL the other versions out of the water.
Of course, one must have a player that can read the DVD-Audio 24/192 layer to enjoy and appreciate the high resolution mix. It is in one word.....
Condition of Jewel Case: Excellent..... The clear case which can be replaced for. 50 cents shows some minor wear but is certainly more than acceptable.
Condition of Double-Sided DVD-A Disc: Excellent...... When angled under light one can see several hairlines and marks to both sides of the disc. These have absolutely no bearing on the playback...... Believe me, the audio from this disc is INCREDIBLE.
The item "DVD-AUDIO Pete Townshend Who Came First- Mega Rare Stunning 24/96/192 Audio" is in sale since Sunday, May 01, 2016. This item is in the category "Music\CDs". The seller is "rsir9501" and is located in montreal, QC. This item can be shipped to Canada, to all countries in Europe, to United States, to Australia, to Japan.