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  1. "The High Numbers" wisely changed their name back to "The Who" by November 1964, by which time they had also changed management, replacing Meaden with Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp. Whether this was intentional or not, it also erased any stigma that might have been attached to them as the result of the High Numbers' flop 45, and allowed them to present their first 1965 single, "I Can't Explain ...

  2. 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 ...

    • "I'm the Face"
    • 3 July 1964
    • June 1964
    • Fontana, London, England
  3. 25. Sept. 2012 · The High Numbers (the Who) Railway Hotel Wealdstone England October 20, 1964. 1. Gotta Dance To Keep From Crying 2. You Really Got Me (Instrumental) 3. Young Man Blues 4. Green Onions 5. I Gotta ...

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  4. 6. Sept. 2010 · The High Numbers (The Who) cover The Miracles in an exciting performance at the Railway Hotel in 1964.

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    • creekmorebanks
  5. 3. Juli 2023 · The review of the double-sided single released in the UK by the High Numbers, released on Fontana on July 3, 1964, were not particularly auspicious. “Medium twister,” said the New Musical ...

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  6. 31. März 2024 · The High Numbers, formerly known as The Detours, was a British rock band formed in the early 1960s, led by Roger Daltrey as the lead vocalist. The band also comprised Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, and Keith Moon, who later changed the band’s name to The Who.

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