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Favorite song from The Who

The Real Me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dlN55SoF4Q&feature=related

Real Good Looking Boy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqzDRf2QyNg
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  • michaelmichael Posts: 302Member ✭✭
    Blue red and grey

    from Who by Numbers. Says it all.
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  • hvacfreakhvacfreak Posts: 439Member
    The Ox...

    ...said that he didn't care for Sheehan's bass tones , I say it was perhaps...nevermind...turn this up and decide.



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  • GWGW Posts: 1,612Member ✭✭✭
    I dig

    Pete Townsend's Slit Skirts... I have no idea what the song is about! Something about skirts I suppose. Nice beat. I just fired up my I Tunes.

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  • joeljoel Posts: 931Member
    tommy

    Tommy as a whole and 5:15
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  • John BarbaJohn Barba Posts: 55Member
    The Who!

    Leaving court after finalizing my divorce in '02, I got in the car and started it up. On the radio was "Won't Get Fooled Again."

    I cranked it!

    After that, I put in the Tommy CD and played "I'm Free."

    It was a good day...

    JMB
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  • Dave StromanDave Stroman Posts: 752Member


    Here is one of my favorites.



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    Dave Stroman
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  • RickRick Posts: 21Member
    Or This One

    Rain O're Me

    Behind Blue Eyes

    I second John Barba - Won't Get Fooled Again

    The most powerful growl in music - Roger Daltrey
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  • mtfallsmikeymtfallsmikey Posts: 765Member ✭✭
    Or...these

    Pictures of Lily

    A Quick One While He's Away...my name is Ivor, I'm an engine driver!
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  • ScottScott Posts: 5,884Member
    hvacfreak

    I liked My woman from Tokoyo but Baba O'Rielly lacked the punch of the original.

    Scott

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  • hvacfreakhvacfreak Posts: 439Member
    I dig it...

    But , it is live , around 4:40 may be what your expecting without the 3 pc band having to perform keyboard parts on stringed instruments. 5:52 is kinda neat when compared to the original " whole note " held for 4 measures. And no , it's not better than " The Who ".
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  • Mike T., Swampeast MOMike T., Swampeast MO Posts: 6,928Member
    Behind Blue Eyes

    nm
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  • TimcoTimco Posts: 2,726Member ✭✭✭


    I have always liked Pete's "all the best cowboys have chinese eyes" and others he did. Good works.

    Tim
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  • J.C.A.J.C.A. Posts: 2,981Member
    My favorite....

    905, from the Who Are You album. YES, I said album. I have this and many others STILL on vinyl...And am waiting for a drive band for my turntable.

    For all you young guys, that's the HUGE plastic discs that pre dated the Cassette tape....another lost form.(For the record...my 1977 Fiat 131 Super Bravo had an 8-track player!) Chris
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  • RickRick Posts: 21Member
    How about 45's!!!

    Chris, I had most of the early stuff on 45's ( kids google that) Man, 45's could be thrown into Outer Space or at least over my house onto the next street. Hope they didn't do too much damage...
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  • J.C.A.J.C.A. Posts: 2,981Member
    Rick,

    When the Fiat got totaled...I took 2 boxes of 25 tapes to our old firing range and had a BALL!!!

    Exploding ferris metal tapes at 50, 100 and 150 yards, what a blast! Hollow points made the tape fly the farthest. Chris
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  • CouderayCouderay Posts: 314Member
    THE WHO

    Mama's got a squeeze box and the best one teenage wasteland
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  • RickRick Posts: 21Member
    It's Amazing

    Metal cassettes cost like 5 bucks a piece back then! A blank CD is less than a buck, we were ripped off. 8-tracks always skipped at the best part of any song guaranteed! Don't miss any of that stuff.
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