Classic Who track “Won’t Get Fooled Again” was released on the group’s 1971 album Who’s Next. The tune charted well on release but has since become an anthem that identifies the group. Notable was Pete Townshend’s inventive use of a sequenced organ/synthesizer part, ahead of its time for 1971 for certain. The track was produced by The Who with Associate Producer Glyn Johns and recorded with the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio, and at Stargroves in Berkshire, U.K. and Olympic Studios in London, U.K..
VOCAL (Roger Daltrey):
GUITAR (Pete Townshend):
BASS (John Entwistle):
DRUMS (Keith Moon):
KEYBOARDS (reportedly an ARP 2500 and EMS VCS 3, plus Pete Townshend backing vocal):