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The Who???

Discussion in '60's Music' started by Zeppelina, Aug 15, 2005.

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  1. Ares

    Ares Junior Member

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    Re: The Who

    I just got into the Who recently. I bought the Ultimate Collection. At first I was a little skeptical but now Im hooked on them. My favorite song is definitely "Who are you".

    Does anyone know if they are touring aorund New York or Pittsburgh?
     
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    If you can't have Keith,Zak Starkey is a close second..after all ....Keith taught him most of what he knows.Yeah he learned the basics from Ringo (his dad)but it was Keith who gave him a drummer's soul.

    PEACE :bump:
     
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    Re: The Who

    Thursday, September 14th on David Letterman : The Who
     
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    That should be interesting. I will have to try and watch it.
     
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    I love Zach Starkey's drumming, i think he is the next best thing to Moon for The Who.
     
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    If you haven't already,,, watch Quadrophenia, great movie..
     
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    Tommy and Quadrophenia are both excellent concept albums. The movies are pretty good too :D
     
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    haha the songs flow so well because Pete had this vision of what he wanted to accomplish before the album even went into production... I heard that during the recording of Tommy, Pete would come in and have the next song done every day!
     
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    haha this is such an old thread
     
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    I saw The Who live once in Toronto. It was one of the best concerts I've ever been to, even though the band was past their prime.

    They played all their hits and really rocked the place. Played for a long time too if I remember correctly.
     
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