A show Pete Townshend taped with his Deep End band for a 1986 appearance on the long-running German TV series Rockpalast will make its official debut on DVD and CD later this year.

Titled Face the Face, the live set — which is also being made available on digital formats — is set to arrive Sept. 16. Bolstered by a backing band that included David Gilmour, longtime keyboardist John "Rabbit" Bundrick and future Toto drummer Simon Phillips, Townshend delivered a wide-ranging set that encompassed solo songs (including material from his then-current White City LP), Who favorites and even a cover of Screamin' Jay Hawkins' "I Put a Spell on You."

Recorded on on Jan. 29, 1986, the Face the Face show offers a new look at a period Townshend previously commemorated with his 1986 Deep End Live! LP — and again, more comprehensively, with his 2004 archival release Live: Brixton Academy '85. Promising a "fascinating and compelling" experience, the label's press release adds, "Pete Townshend and the band deliver an outstanding performance that showcases him as a solo artist distinct from his work with the Who."

Face the Face is available for pre-order. Check out the complete track listing below.

Pete Townshend's Deep End, 'Face the Face' Track Listing
"Won’t Get Fooled Again"
"Secondhand Love"
"Give Blood"
"Behind Blue Eyes"
"After the Fire"
"Slit Skirts"
"Blue Light"
"I Put a Spell on You" (not available on CD)
"Hiding Out"
"The Sea Refuses No River"
"Face the Face"
"Pinball Wizard"
"A Little Is Enough"
"Rough Boys"
"Night Train"

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