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Published on Dec 13, 2008
This is Track 10 of the Who's album - Who's next. This is the original version of 'Pure and Easy' recorded at the Record Plant, New York, on March 17, 1971. A later version was recorded at Stargrooves but not released until the Odds And Sods LP in 1974. Played onstage at the Young Vicand occasionally thereafter. This version is previously unreleased. (The multi-track master tape of this recording and "Baby Don't You Do It" and the second version of "Behind Blue Eyes" included here, was taken from New York to be mixed at Olympic where it was left in a storage room wafter the sessions were completed. There it remained untill it was thrown out and found in a skip, it qas subsequently auctioned in New York and used to make a bootleg album entitled "From lifehouse to Leeds". After lengthy enquiries the tape was retrieved on The Who's behalf by executive producer Chris Charlesworth in May of 1995.