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The Who Young Man Blues Charlton Athletic May 1974

The Who started at 8:45 and played an hour and 45 minute set, starting with “Can’t Explain” and working their way through old classics and some more recent material, including a few from their most

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THE WHO Rockpalast March 1981 515

“5:15” (sometimes written “5.15” or “5’15“) is a song written by Pete Townshend of British rock band The Who. Part of the band’s second rock opera, Quadrophenia

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The Who Rockpalast 1981 Sister Disco

Sister Disco” features complicated synthesizer tracks that are the result of hours Townshend spent programming an ARP 2600 synthesizer. “For this track I spent a lot of hours programming

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The Who Rockpalast Preshow BTS & Interviews 1981

The Who Rockpalast Preshow BTS & Interviews 1981   Rockpalast TV appearance On 28 March, shortly after the UK tour, the group appeared on the German TV program Rockpalast, playing a slightly

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Live from Nuremburg 1998 The Rolling Stones (I can’t get no) ‘Satisfaction’

“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” is a song by the English rock band the Rolling Stones, released in 1965. It was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and produced by Andrew Loog

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The Rolling Stones – Shattered Behind the Scenes rehearsals….

“Shattered” is a song by The Rolling Stones from their 1978 album Some Girls. The song is a reflection of American lifestyles and life in 1970s-era New York City, but also influences from

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How ever much I booze? The Who By Numbers 1975

I see myself on T.V., I’m a faker, a paper clown It’s clear to all my friends that I habitually lie; I just bring them down I claim proneness to exaggeration But the truth lies in my frustration… In

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The Who Dreaming From the Waist

“Dreaming from the Waist” is a song by The Who, written by Pete Townshend and released on the group’s 1975 album The Who by Numbers (reissued in 1996); it also served as the B-side of

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PETE TOWNSHEND LIVE Cleveland 2000 Sheraton Gibson

Pete Townshend – of The Who and also a very successful solo artist in his own right – said that he only wrote one song about one city, and that city was Cleveland. It’s one of my favorite

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THE WHO CHARLTON ATHLETIC, UK MAY 18 1974 BELLBOY Besides the main lead vocals by lead singer Roger Daltrey, the song features vocals by drummer Keith Moon (most of whose relatively few vocals for the

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