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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by wrvond, May 23, 2020 at 8:48 AM.
By The Who released today 1969.
An artistic masterpiece.
The movie is damn good, too.
When that can out..
I was already an old man, intellectually...
Had the simplest life....
The next race...
My wife always in drug rehab...
I was to unhip to connect with the band or music...
That's my memory
I love 'Sparks'. I love the clips from 'Woodstock' where they are playing selections from that album.
Some great acoustic playing by Pete on many tracks.
I remember seeing an interview with Roger Daltrey and he talked about how he asked Pete if he could be Tommy
I remember the time, place and drug......
Pretty amazing work. I had the movie soundtrack LP, probably wore it out. No surprise, with Pinball Wizard one of the tracks. I greatly prefer the movie version of the tune.
Yeah, and we listened to it and were probably forced to sing along with a couple songs in my junior high school music class.
History in a very good way.
Life is good,
Lol. FORCED to sing... I can see it now a class full of 7th graders singing “you won’t see or hear me as I fiddle about fiddle about FIDDLE ABOUT”. Ha!
It was a full class of about 30 boys and girls. We also sang Come Together from the newly released Abbey Road. The "shu" that's sort of whispered several times at the beginning was sung loudly and pronounced like the word for excrement, to the teacher's dismay.
I have it on cd and LP, both have extreme wear. Always have held that band in high regards
my favorite cut from the movie.as my avatar shows.
You were only 9 years old..what was the drug...Cocoapuffs?
Lol. Kids. Gotta love em.
lol...don't believe everything you read on the internet
The baked bean scene bothers me far more these days than it did back then...