I have been working on a book about my love affair and actual interactive relationship with The Who for at least three years, on and off. I had an ent...
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These two men are undiluted heroes to me, members of one of rock's greatest bands of all time, Small Faces.
Do The Beatles now collectively have more "previously unreleased" tracks than all of their official albums collectively?
Utterly obsessed fan that I was, I'd decided to sleep out for a full two nights under the marquee of the Fillmore East on 2nd Avenue and East 6th St. to buy tickets for The Who's Final Performance of "Tommy."
When I heard about Friday's layoffs at the legendary, historic, iconic alt weekly The Village Voice, I Googled "Village Voice + layoffs." It took hour...
The actual zygote moment of The Planetsʼ inception took place, beyond appropriately enough, at The Whoʼs first full length concert in New York City on July 8, 1967.
For a great many of us tender shoots, rock music was oxygen, the air we breathed. This opening had been fiercely anticipated. That worn-out dump in the seedy East Village was now... Mecca!
To this day, after literally 1000+ listens, the bedlam that breaks out in that original version of the coda of "My Generation" remains breathtaking to me.
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I have been remiss. It's been almost two months since my last blog. God, I hate that word. Sounds like somethi...
The Who performed just once in Central Park on August 7th, 1968, as part of what was called The Schaefer Festival.
We never saw The Who as anything but gods. They were in full flight within 10 seconds of the beginning of their opening song and we hadn't even gotten a glimpse of them.
Going above and beyond the call of rock star duty, Roger Daltrey went the extra miles before a not-quite-sellout crowd at the Paramount Theatre in Denver.
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