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Cheery Death Rattle

It had rained for nearly fourteen days solid when Cathy finally decided to die. It had felt like an interminable wait. In the caravan, in the far field, by the drainage ditch where she’d mumbled something about Jimi Hendrix as her breath began to run out.  645 more words


The Who Ushered In A New Era Of Rock At The Fillmore East In 1968

Listen To This Eddie is a weekly column that examines the important people and events in the classic rock canon and how they continue to impact the world of popular music. 1,575 more words

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Tommy…can you hear me?

Here from the movie of the rock opera classic by The Who is “See Me Feel Me”.


The WHO – " My Generation " The Smothers Brother’s Comedy Hour Appearance The Demo The Song

The Who have long held a reputation for being a ferocious live band, but a performance on The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour back in the ’60s resulted in one of the most memorable performances of all time. 884 more words


The WHO - " King Biscuit Flower Hour " 6th December 1973

The final night of the North American tour, was when The Who took to the stage of the Capital Center in Largo, Maryland before another sold-out house. 621 more words


Great Album Retro Review: Quadrophenia By The Who

I should say that I’m no musical expert. I’m not some music critic who can dive deeply into the artistry (or lack thereof) of a musician’s work and poetically explain its merits to the reader. 1,263 more words

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