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“Slip Kid” is a song from The Who’s seventh album, The Who by Numbers. It was released as a single in the USA. “Slip Kid” was to be in Pete’s Lifehouse rock opera. A demo of this song was included on Lifehouse Chronicles. “Slip Kid” was on the following compilation albums: The Story of The Who (1976), Hooligans (1981) and 30 Years of Maximum R&B (1994).
This was performed live a few times on The Who’s European leg of the 1976 tour and also the American leg before being dropped. A small part of this song was played in one of the concerts of the band’s 1979 tour, particularly in Buffalo on December 4, 1979. During the second date of their concerts in London in 2008, “Slip Kid” was performed again, for the first time in 32 years.
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Song lines: ♪ No easy way to be free ... Slip kid, slip kid, second generation ... I've got my clipboard, text books ♫
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