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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › The_WhoThe Who - Wikipedia

    In November 2007, the documentary Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who was released, featuring unreleased footage of the 1970 Leeds appearance and a 1964 performance at the Railway Hotel when the group were The High Numbers. Amazing Journey was nominated for a 2009 Grammy Award. The Who performing the 2010 Super Bowl halftime show

  2. For just a few months in 1964 (approximately July to October), "The Who" changed their name to the "High Numbers", releasing one single under that billing before reverting to the more inventive and appropriate "The Who." The name change resulted from their association with Pete Meaden, a mod who briefly managed them in mid-1964 (Helmut Gorden ...

  3. 16 de mar. de 2014 · Maximum r'n'b by a very young mod band called the high numbers who had the sense to change the name of the band back to THE WHO,THE REST IS ROCK HISTORY

  4. En febrero de 1964 y, con la llegada de Keith Moon , la alineación de The Who se completó. Sin embargo, por un corto período en el verano de 1964, bajo la di...

  5. The Detours cambió su nombre a The Who en febrero de 1964, y, con la llegada de Moon aquel año, la alineación se completó. Sin embargo, por un corto período en el verano de 1964, bajo la dirección de Peter Meaden, ellos cambiaron su nombre a The High Numbers, lanzando «Zoot Suit/I'm the Face», un sencillo dirigido a los aficionados mod.

  6. Zoot Suit/I'm the Face. " Zoot Suit" b/w "I'm the Face " was the first single of the British rock band the Who, who recorded it under the name the High Numbers in an attempt to appeal to a mod audience. [1] ". Zoot Suit" was written by Peter Meaden, the band's first manager. The song is a direct copy of "Misery" by the American R&B group the ...

  7. 25 de sept. de 2012 · From Gotta Dance To Keep From Crying to You Really Got Me.One of the best early Who gig. Feel the power of "young Pete". The High Numbers (the Who) Railway H...