THE GREATEST SONGS OF THE 1960s THAT NO ONE HAS EVER HEARD
547) The Who — “Glittering Girl”
Who-didn’t do it — why was this wonderful song left off The Who Sell Out? Glittering indeed!
Plus, thanks to Iowgens2:
This rare 1967 footage, excerpted from the German TV documentary Die Jungen Nachtwandler – London Unter 21 (which aired on July 3rd 1967 and was directed by Edmund Wolf) sees Pete Townshend running through an obscure and unreleased Who track named Glittering Girl in front of managers Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp at at his Wardour Street flat, and then with his bandmates (including a bare-chested Keith Moon) at the Saville Theatre.https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=x-cYFPgUfm4
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Here is the live ‘67 footage:
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