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The Who — Cut My Hair
Album: Quadrophenia
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Released: 1973
Length: 3:47
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Why should I care, if I have to cut my hair?
I got to move with the fashion, or be outcast
I know I should fight
but my old man is really alright
And I'm still living at home, even though it won't last

Zoot suit, white jacket with side vents five inches long
I'm out on the street again, and I'm leaping along
Dressed right
For a beach fight
But I just can't explain
Why that uncertain feeling, is still here in my brain

The kids at school have parents that seem so cool
And though I don't want to hurt em', mine want me their way

I clean my room and my shoes
But my Momma found a box of blues
And there doesn't seem much hope they'll let me stay

Zoot suit, white jacket with side vents five inches long
I'm out on the street again, and I'm leaping along
Dressed right
For a beach fight
But I just can't explain
Why that uncertain feeling is still here in my brain

Why do I have to be different to them
Just to earn the respect of a dance hall friend?
We have the same old row again and again

Why do I have to move with a crowd, of kids that hardly notice I'm around?
I work myself to death, just to fit in

I'm comin' down
Got home on the very first train from town
My dad just left for work, and he wasn't talking
It's all a game
And inside I'm just the same
My fried egg makes me sick first thing in the morning
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 coloradojohn wrote:
To echo things said by others, and to repeat some said by me before in connection with this Masterpiece album: Nowadays almost no one could even "get" the CONCEPT of a "Concept" album of the kind once routinely and expertly done by bands who helped us grow up, by providing us with valuable lessons, outlets, commiserations, vicarious thrills, all the things that make ART such a vital and necessary celebration that is sadly missing in Modern Life... The World really could use a new Quadrophenia or The Wall or Thick As a Brick or Joe's Garage or Fragile or Days of Future Passed or Blows Against The Empire, or — well, half or more of my vast collection!  
But, alas...  
Nowadays, people walk right out into traffic while texting on their stupid phones (do not call them "smartphones," please!), make turns while behind the wheel of a car while talking or texting, and can't even follow or carry on a goddam CONVERSATION because they have the attention span of a drunken gnat, and/ or they are hopelessly wired into the device they can't put down to save their pitiful life.
Our parents feared that we spent a lot of time listening to records of, in their minds, dubious value, but the truth is, it was just like the Literature they grew up reading, just set to music they didn't have and/ or have the means to combine and/ or transmit it widely then.
A whole hell of a lot of what passes for "music" out there nowadays has nothing to do with anything but marketing and media propagation.

Play stuff from "Concept" albums anytime, Please, and Thank You, RP, for they are among our most profound and, I hope, justly revered and Immortal creations!

 
Were I a bit more of a Luddite, I might agree with you.  I certainly do love those amazing concept albums of the 60's and 70's right up to this day. 

...I will allow that texting on your "stupid phone" (har) and driving is pretty darn scary!

That said, casting an entire generation as "the other" isn't going to make things any better for any of us.

I might ALSO direct you to the following:
The Drive By Truckers: Southern Rock Opera (2001) Two discs!
Okkervil River:  The Stage Names (2005), The Stand-ins (2007), and The Silver Gymnasium (2014).
The Decemberists:  The Hazards of Love (2009 this one is just one long song even though they put breaks in to denote "songs")
Arcade Fire: The Suburbs (2010)
Green Day: American Idiot (2005)
Sufjan Stevens:  Michigan and Illinoise (2002/2006)
Radiohead: OK Computer (1997)
...and many more

Your argument leaks like a sieve. 


                Got my hair right down.
Alternate version:  two own you, hey!  treat as one.
 coloradojohn wrote:
To echo things said by others, and to repeat some said by me before in connection with this Masterpiece album: Nowadays almost no one could even "get" the CONCEPT of a "Concept" album of the kind once routinely and expertly done by bands who helped us grow up, by providing us with valuable lessons, outlets, commiserations, vicarious thrills, all the things that make ART such a vital and necessary celebration that is sadly missing in Modern Life... The World really could use a new Quadrophenia or The Wall or Thick As a Brick or Joe's Garage or Fragile or Days of Future Passed or Blows Against The Empire, or — well, half or more of my vast collection!  
But, alas...  
Nowadays, people walk right out into traffic while texting on their stupid phones (do not call them "smartphones," please!), make turns while behind the wheel of a car while talking or texting, and can't even follow or carry on a goddam CONVERSATION because they have the attention span of a drunken gnat, and/ or they are hopelessly wired into the device they can't put down to save their pitiful life.
Our parents feared that we spent a lot of time listening to records of, in their minds, dubious value, but the truth is, it was just like the Literature they grew up reading, just set to music they didn't have and/ or have the means to combine and/ or transmit it widely then.
A whole hell of a lot of what passes for "music" out there nowadays has nothing to do with anything but .

Play stuff from "Concept" albums anytime, Please, and Thank You, RP, for they are among our most profound and, I hope, justly revered and Immortal creations!

 
There are still artists who make (or have made) "concept albums" (The Decemberists, Neko Case, The Flaming Lips, Sufjan Stephens, Aimee Mann, Arcade Fire, etc.), but it I agree with you that it doesn't seem to be as important or relevant as it was in the 1960s and '70s.  However, a great deal of the popular music from the '60s and '70s  was little more than "marketing and media propagation" as well, many just seem to have selective memories about that.
 coloradojohn wrote:
To echo things said by others, and to repeat some said by me before in connection with this Masterpiece album: Nowadays almost no one could even "get" the CONCEPT of a "Concept" album of the kind once routinely and expertly done by bands who helped us grow up, by providing us with valuable lessons, outlets, commiserations, vicarious thrills, all the things that make ART such a vital and necessary celebration that is sadly missing in Modern Life... The World really could use a new Quadrophenia or The Wall or Thick As a Brick or Joe's Garage or Fragile or Days of Future Passed or Blows Against The Empire, or — well, half or more of my vast collection!  

But, alas...  
Nowadays, people walk right out into traffic while texting on their stupid phones (do not call them "smartphones," please!), make turns while behind the wheel of a car while talking or texting, and can't even follow or carry on a goddam CONVERSATION because they have the attention span of a drunken gnat, and/ or they are hopelessly wired into the device they can't put down to save their pitiful life.
Our parents feared that we spent a lot of time listening to records of, in their minds, dubious value, but the truth is, it was just like the Literature they grew up reading, just set to music they didn't have and/ or have the means to combine and/ or transmit it widely then.
A whole hell of a lot of what passes for "music" out there nowadays has nothing to do with anything but marketing and media propagation.

Play stuff from "Concept" albums anytime, Please, and Thank You, RP, for they are among our most profound and, I hope, justly revered and Immortal creations!
 
Thank you for an excellent statement of fact. 

You nicely gave a glimpse of history many listening to RP will be able to empathise with. Those of us in their 50s and 60s will have been at the forefront of popular music as it exploded into our lives from nowhere. Prior to that, it is very true to say (that mostly) our parents did not have quite the same kind of musical grounding that we had. Now we are past the age our parents were when they might have been admonishing us for listening to all that music, we have a lovely and very interesting perspective from then to now. 

So yes, it does seem that the current state of affairs is of a huge disconnect from the 'real' world with the current younger generation (did I just say that?!?!?!) and we bemoan the loss of 'concept' albums in a world of plastic music and mainstream 'entertainment'. But is it all bad? Are we too entrenched in the past to see the benefits of now? 

All I am saying is nothing stays the same. The longer I spend on this planet makes that abundantly clear.

So rather than fight it. . . I embrace it. I am completely hooked into modern electronics and use it for my own enjoyment and research. I don't watch TV, I don't engage with Main Stream Media, I don't read newspapers or magazines. I certainly stay away from 'artificial' music. I am informed on my own terms.

What I find is the population seem to be splitting into two camps. . . those who are fully aware of she shit storm of crap around us and navigate through it. . . and those who are slaves to the system.

But was it ever so? I suspect it was.

Peace. 

To echo things said by others, and to repeat some said by me before in connection with this Masterpiece album: Nowadays almost no one could even "get" the CONCEPT of a "Concept" album of the kind once routinely and expertly done by bands who helped us grow up, by providing us with valuable lessons, outlets, commiserations, vicarious thrills, all the things that make ART such a vital and necessary celebration that is sadly missing in Modern Life... The World really could use a new Quadrophenia or The Wall or Thick As a Brick or Joe's Garage or Fragile or Days of Future Passed or Blows Against The Empire, or — well, half or more of my vast collection!  
But, alas...  
Nowadays, people walk right out into traffic while texting on their stupid phones (do not call them "smartphones," please!), make turns while behind the wheel of a car while talking or texting, and can't even follow or carry on a goddam CONVERSATION because they have the attention span of a drunken gnat, and/ or they are hopelessly wired into the device they can't put down to save their pitiful life.
Our parents feared that we spent a lot of time listening to records of, in their minds, dubious value, but the truth is, it was just like the Literature they grew up reading, just set to music they didn't have and/ or have the means to combine and/ or transmit it widely then.
A whole hell of a lot of what passes for "music" out there nowadays has nothing to do with anything but marketing and media propagation.

Play stuff from "Concept" albums anytime, Please, and Thank You, RP, for they are among our most profound and, I hope, justly revered and Immortal creations!
The brilliance of the who is something almost dead: concept albums. The entire album is a work.  

I guess this short sighted small attention span world just can't digest something like that anymore.  The Who, Yes, Jethro Tull,  all remind me of clasical music.  A complete symphony.  With recurring themes that come and go.   
 Cruzan wrote:
I never understood what was so great about the Who...........
Led Zepplin,  yes, the Who, no.
If you are into the whole "Rock Opera" thing, to me Queen did it better.
I will admit I like Eminnence Front though and some later Townsend stuff but the big Who songs seem so irregular and irritating to me.

I think the answer for me is "Who's Next", which is a truly great album, and "Love Reign O'er Me" and other cuts from Quadrophenia, not to mention "I can See for Miles" from early standouts...Tommy was certainly novel in scope and intent, but it didn't age that well for me either, although stuff like "I'm Free" and "...See me/Feel me" still sound great IMO.
 LPCity wrote:

"Why do I have to move with a crowd, of kids that hardly notice I'm around?
I work myself to death, just to fit in".

This reality, or at least these thoughts, are often asked of ourselves during our awkward Jr. High and High School years.  And now I'm a parent who has raised two children and seen them deal with the same challenges growing up, going to school, worried about not being one of the "popular" kids, etc.  It's rarely easy.  Maybe that's why it's called growing up.

For my money, no one ever captured those feelings better in rock and roll than Pete Townshend.  Quadrophenia remains one of my all time favorite albums.



 
Very very well said.  And I agree.
 
LPCity wrote:

"Why do I have to move with a crowd, of kids that hardly notice I'm around?
I work myself to death, just to fit in".

This reality, or at least these thoughts, are often asked of ourselves during our awkward Jr. High and High School years.  And now I'm a parent who has raised two children and seen them deal with the same challenges growing up, going to school, worried about not being one of the "popular" kids, etc.  It's rarely easy.  Maybe that's why it's called growing up.

For my money, no one ever captured those feelings better in rock and roll than Pete Townshend.  Quadrophenia remains one of my all time favorite albums.



 
Agree, and agree. Nicely said.
Entwhistle's bass is amazing.
yes absolutely agree Quadrophenia is one of the all-time great rock anthem masterpieces.

"Why do I have to move with a crowd, of kids that hardly notice I'm around?
I work myself to death, just to fit in".

This reality, or at least these thoughts, are often asked of ourselves during our awkward Jr. High and High School years.  And now I'm a parent who has raised two children and seen them deal with the same challenges growing up, going to school, worried about not being one of the "popular" kids, etc.  It's rarely easy.  Maybe that's why it's called growing up.

For my money, no one ever captured those feelings better in rock and roll than Pete Townshend.  Quadrophenia remains one of my all time favorite albums.


High school mind exploration, this. This tape in the car on the way to the pizza pub; pitchers of beer, "OUTTA MY BRAIN ON THE FIVE-FIFTEEN!" on the table-pick juke-box, and then to The Movie; tryin ta suss out wot the bleedin'ell the blokes was all sayin, n lovnit, yeah!
I was in high school when this came out.  I identified with this LP so much.  Still find it a wonderful listen....
 ddbz wrote:
Mr. Moon would have been a great FZ drummer if he wasn't the Who. I try but they are so good.. they are hard to like..

 
? Can anyone decipher what ddbz is saying here?
Mr. Moon would have been a great FZ drummer if he wasn't the Who. I try but they are so good.. they are hard to like..
 funkyalfonso wrote:

The "rock opera thing" was just a small part of their repetoire. They lead the way for so many to follow. Plus, they were one of the finest gigging bands around with performances that went on for hours. 
 
For further edification:  check out the Who's performance at the Isle of Wight in 1970.  All of them tearing their way through a late night, 3 hour set.  Essence of R & R.
Saw them perform this two weeks back...and I must say, great show!.  Pete was engaged and appeared to really enjoy playing...better show then when they did Quad back in the 90s. 
 randyblew wrote:
Quadrophenia - one of THE best albums ever. Not for naught does Eddie Vedder consider it one of the albums that influenced him most. And Cut My Hair just soars. {#Boohoo}
 
Followed by David Crosby's "Almost Cut My Hair" and "Hair"—I'd opt for The Cowsills' version.
God I needed that. Still at work... way too long on the computer... crawling out of my skin and that just rocked!!!  volumn at 11!!!!!!!!!!
 mybaldbird wrote:

You know that there is no such thing as a double space in HTML, right? Put as many spaces as you like, if what you are writing is interpreted by HTML all contiguous whitespace is condensed into a single space. It seems your double spaces have already been pried from your warm, living digits.

 
  One can still type HTML commands for "non-breaking spaces" with warm,      living     digits, if such a thing is desired.     Great song, by the way.

Seriously...let's keep going with the rest of the album...

This and "Quadrophenia" have made my day.  Thanks!
Quadrophenia - one of THE best albums ever. Not for naught does Eddie Vedder consider it one of the albums that influenced him most. And Cut My Hair just soars. {#Boohoo}
 Cruzan wrote:
I never understood what was so great about the Who...........

Led Zepplin,  yes, the Who, no.

If you are into the whole "Rock Opera" thing, to me Queen did it better.

I will admit I like Eminnence Front though and some later Townsend stuff but the big Who songs seem so irregular and irritating to me.
 
The "rock opera thing" was just a small part of their repetoire. They lead the way for so many to follow. Plus, they were one of the finest gigging bands around with performances that went on for hours. 
 Cruzan wrote:
I never understood what was so great about the Who...........

Led Zepplin,  yes, the Who, no.

If you are into the whole "Rock Opera" thing, to me Queen did it better.

I will admit I like Eminnence Front though and some later Townsend stuff but the big Who songs seem so irregular and irritating to me.
 
You're right... "you never understood".

One of my faves from Quadrophenia, actually.  "Zoot Suit!"
 Cruzan wrote:

Ya what this guy is saying... The Who does very little for me.
I never understood what was so great about the Who...........

Led Zepplin,  yes, the Who, no.

If you are into the whole "Rock Opera" thing, to me Queen did it better.

I will admit I like Eminnence Front though and some later Townsend stuff but the big Who songs seem so irregular and irritating to me.
 


I've seen 'em live thrice. It's just an amazing experience. The second time, they did an abbreviated version of 'Tommy" in the middle of the set. Just awesome.
I never understood what was so great about the Who...........

Led Zepplin,  yes, the Who, no.

If you are into the whole "Rock Opera" thing, to me Queen did it better.

I will admit I like Eminnence Front though and some later Townsend stuff but the big Who songs seem so irregular and irritating to me.


The Who are so tiring......ugh
This song still resonates with me even though I am now north of 50.

Ever heard a radio station play awesome sets like RP before...........I haven't THANKS RP!!!!!!!!!!!
How is it that I have never rated this? 10 10 10
Mods vs. Rockers!
 mread wrote:
And you can have my double spaces when you pry them from my cold dead digits.
 
You know that there is no such thing as a double space in HTML, right? Put as many spaces as you like, if what you are writing is interpreted by HTML all contiguous whitespace is condensed into a single space. It seems your double spaces have already been pried from your warm, living digits.

...I'm out on the street again, and I'm leaping along...

best...Who...album...ever 
Yes, the punctuation goes outside the quotes if you're "nicknaming" something, like that.  "If it's dialogue, it goes inside," he added.
Oh, and The Who?  They "suck".  "My opinion," he offered.
 
 robco1 wrote:

You are correct typographically. See the attached link:

https://college.holycross.edu/interfaces/typographicconvent.htm

Now all you PC users: stop typing double spaces after periods!

My design nerd street creds are now assured.

 
For an opposing point of view on appropriately breaking the punctuation/quotation rule, see:
https://www.oreillynet.com/mac/blog/2004/09/editorial_ps_and_qs_punctuatio.html
... which refers to Eats, Shoots & Leaves, by Lynne Truss, and ends with this quote from it:

“The basic rule is straightforward and logical: when the punctuation relates to the quoted words it goes inside the inverted commas; when it relates to the sentence, it goes outside. Unless, of course, you are in America.”


And you can have my double spaces when you pry them from my cold dead digits.

 justin_thyme wrote:
A two-fer from the Who!  Most excellent!  (Go for three, Bill, okay? {#Notworthy} )

 
{#Yes}

i didn't grow up in england, didn't have a box of blus at home, didn't own a zoot suit, or fight or all the rest but when i listen to Townsand it is all my story and i want to dress up and go downtown and kick some ass... . .   the guy can grab me and has been doing it for 40 years..{#Notworthy}


 justin_thyme wrote:
A two-fer from the Who!  Most excellent!  (Go for three, Bill, okay? {#Notworthy} )

 
Again today too—works for sure.

A two-fer from the Who!  Most excellent!  (Go for three, Bill, okay? {#Notworthy} )

ronniegirl wrote:

Um, I was taught the punctuation goes INSIDE the quotes. Not my favorite WHO song, but love the album.

You are correct typographically. See the attached link:

https://college.holycross.edu/interfaces/typographicconvent.htm

Now all you PC users: stop typing double spaces after periods!

My design nerd street creds are now assured.

Keep going Bill - is The Punk And The Godfather next?  We are the Mods, we are the Mods, we are we are we are the Mods!

UltraNurd wrote:
Huh, this is the version of the album cover I have (with the exception of the Japanese on the side), but the previous Quadrophenia track is a different album cover?
The cover with the scooter is from the original album, the cover with the actor standing in the alleyway is the soundtrack from the movie.
cochlear wrote:
Grammarcop may want to examine his use of "the human conditition." The word is CONDITION, and the period should follow the quotation mark. :taped-shut:
Only if you're a Brit. . . .
cochlear wrote:
Grammarcop may want to examine his use of "the human conditition." The word is CONDITION, and the period should follow the quotation mark. :taped-shut:
Um, I was taught the punctuation goes INSIDE the quotes. Not my favorite WHO song, but love the album.
Grammarcop wrote:
To those who do not like: Okay, this may not be your favorite tune or album, but to call it "self-indulgent" and "tripe" misses the point. This entire album refects what artists and playwrites call "the human conditition." Yes, it is viewed through one character's eyes, but it still reflects the world around him -- and us. Much of the highest-rated music on RP refects the human condition: "The Boxer", "Wish You Were Here", "A Day in the Life". Every genre of music today reflects the human condition. But I cannot think of a single artist or band in the past 20 years that had the balls and the intellect to tackle a subject like teen angst and alienation with as much boldness and insight as this. Rock and roll is not a genre that lends itself to deep insight. What can you possibly say in 3:20 to people with short attention spans? That's why an effort like this is so special.
Grammarcop may want to examine his use of "the human conditition." The word is CONDITION, and the period should follow the quotation mark. :taped-shut:
I first heard this song as part of an acoustic set that Pete Townsend did. That's a 10. This version, even though it's the original, I'd put at a 7.
To those who do not like: Okay, this may not be your favorite tune or album, but to call it "self-indulgent" and "tripe" misses the point. This entire album refects what artists and playwrites call "the human condition." Yes, it is viewed through one character's eyes, but it still reflects the world around him -- and us. Much of the highest-rated music on RP refects the human condition: "The Boxer", "Wish You Were Here", "A Day in the Life". Every genre of music today reflects the human condition. But I cannot think of a single artist or band in the past 20 years that had the balls and the intellect to tackle a subject like teen angst and alienation with as much boldness and insight as this. Rock and roll is not a genre that lends itself to deep insight. What can you possibly say in 3:20 to people with short attention spans? That's why an effort like this is so special.
Oh yeah, another one, you gonna make me happy!
Play it all! Awesome music!
oh no. another one. you gonna kill me.
I've no longer got hair to cut. What's left gets shaved every other day or so.
Huh, this is the version of the album cover I have (with the exception of the Japanese on the side), but the previous Quadrophenia track is a different album cover?
veegez wrote:
Kind of similar to some of your posts. I know, I know, the "Jerk Store" called and they want me back. I just don't like the implication that because I still enjoy The Who, that I somehow haven't grown up. Wait a second - I haven't "grown up", and I hope I never do! As a matter of fact, I hope I die before I get old! Never mind....
yea and then again, why should i care?
Paul_in_Australia wrote:
.....into the overblown, bloated, pompous, camp, pretentious, anachronistic mumbo jumbo that I hear.
Kind of similar to some of your posts. I know, I know, the "Jerk Store" called and they want me back. I just don't like the implication that because I still enjoy The Who, that I somehow haven't grown up. Wait a second - I haven't "grown up", and I hope I never do! As a matter of fact, I hope I die before I get old! Never mind....
Just don't get the negative comments. :stupid: To each his own I suppose, but to me this whole album is a study in wonderful composition. It's my favorite Who album (by a thin margin admittedly).
hcaudill wrote:
Self-indulgent adolescent tripe.
I always chuckle at those types of comments. What could be more self indulgent or adolescent than rock n roll? (re. the tripe, never had much of a stomach for it meself).
Paul_in_Australia wrote:
I am always mystified what happens in my ears that converts tracks by this group -that others perceive to be masterpieces created by artists at the top of their art- into the overblown, bloated, (hold on, hold on, let me get my Thesaurus) pompous, camp, pretentious, anachronistic mumbo jumbo that I hear.
The beauty of this album is that every cut is great, and its a double album, and all the songs sound great together and they sound not as great if they're cut off and, well I'm sorry you guys who dont like the Who, I really am, cause I'm enjoying myself
hcaudill wrote:
Self-indulgent adolescent tripe.
I am always mystified what happens in my ears that converts tracks by this group -that others perceive to be masterpieces created by artists at the top of their art- into the overblown, bloated, pompous, camp, pretentious, anachronistic mumbo jumbo that I hear. Now I know. My hearing is fine. I just grew up
What a legacy the Who have to their credit! Godlike is right!
Once more Godlike!!!
Thanks for playing this cut after Quadrophenia! Now let's here "The Dirty Jobs"
blinkblink wrote:
Thanks for playing these Who tracks in a row. This is an all time top 5 album for me.
I agree and I'd nominate Tommy/Who's Next/Quadrophenia as the best three consecutive albums of original material ever put out. I can understand that if you're not a Who fan then maybe you don't want to hear the whole thing. To be honest I can't imagine anyone who is a fan of Rock & Roll not liking this album, but to each his own. To me this album is as good as anything The Beatles ever did. (And I'm not knocking The Beatles, I think they're best stuff was brilliant)
emleamy wrote:
This set is a great example of why I love RP! Thanks, Bill!!!!
:high-five:
highwindows wrote:
Nice idea RP. However if the Who can warrant 4 in a row - looking forward to at least 10 in a row from certain other artists!!
Like MK or SRV! :music:
Stuart wrote:
I thought that somebody must have died. Apparently not though.
That's exactly what I was thinking.
hcaudill wrote:
Self-indulgent adolescent tripe.
Right. Huh?
Wow, walked back from lunch right into this... Great stuff !
Zweiblumen wrote:
It's a group of songs meant to go together, like the medley on the second side of Abbey Road.
and..."uncle" already.
Sobient wrote:
4 "The Who" songs in a row!?
It's a group of songs meant to go together, like the medley on the second side of Abbey Road.
Nice idea RP. However if the Who can warrant 4 in a row - looking forward to at least 10 in a row from certain other artists!!
Stuart wrote:
I thought that somebody must have died. Apparently not though.
I always think that too. Actually, a number of them have died, and it hasn't stopped them from pressing on. Will Bill play the new Who mini-rock opera when it's released? :neutral:
This set is a great example of why I love RP! Thanks, Bill!!!!
Oh so good! Side one of Quadrophenia. Tragically, I missed "The Real Me" - my favorite, next to 5:15.
Oh Ja!
yup. this album is definitely in my top 5,000,000 of all time.
Damn! I can't believe I missed the Who marathon!! :grumpy: Great great album. Good driving music too.
Sobient wrote:
4 "The Who" songs in a row!?
I thought that somebody must have died. Apparently not though.
Awww, and I was looking forward to Dr. Jimmy. Thanks for the interlude, RP!
Self-indulgent adolescent tripe.
4 "The Who" songs in a row!?
Wow, haven't heard this in twenty years. Awesome stuff.
I guess this is in response to the news that they're finally going to tour again.
Thanks for playing these Who tracks in a row. This is an all time top 5 album for me.