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Who-Early Best-Pete Townshend,Roger Daltrey

For the anniversary of one of rock’s greatest live band’s first US tour in 1967, we have In the Studio this week The Who’s Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey, plus archive comments from the late John Entwistle.

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David Bowie-Who Can I Be Now?-Station to Station

Songs on David Bowie’s Station to Station include “Golden Years”,”Stay” (terrific guitars from Alomar and Slick),”TVC 1-5″ ( Bowie said that the unused tune for the Man…Earth soundtrack was about a girl and her relationship with her television),”Wild is the Wind” (as soulful as anything on Young Americans but without the awkward affectation ), and the title song, often cited by post-punk bands including The Cars, Talking Heads, and Gary Numan as a major influence.

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The Who-Who’s Next-Pete Townshend

year of Brexit and US presidential politics that resemble a Mexican soap opera, my guest Pete Townshend reveals great insights into the ageless musical triumph on Who’s Next, including the songs “Baba O’Riley”,”Bargain”,”Going Mobile”,”Behind Blue Eyes”,”Getting in Tune”, and “Won’t Get Fooled Again”…

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The Who- Baba O’Riley- Toronto 12-17-82

Getting in tune and counting the days until Pete Townshend returns In the Studio on the 15th of this month for the 45th anniversary of the timeless Who’s Next. Here is The Who with Kenney Jones on drums in Toronto December 1982 with a spirited “Baba O’Riley“. –Redbeard

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The Who- Love Ain’t for Keeping- Toronto 12-82

As we prepared here In the Studio  for the big anniversary of The Who‘s magnificent masterpiece Who’s Next mid-August, we shared an ultra-rare performance of one of the more under-exposed chestnuts from it, “Love Ain’t for Keeping“. –Redbeard

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Who- Long Live Rock- Toronto 12-82

Clearly The Who never got the memo that “rock is dead”, not in 1972 when Pete Townshend first wrote and sang it, not ten years later when they performed this terrific version in Toronto, and according to all accounts including their drummer Zak Starkey‘s dad, not this past Thursday when they sold out the Staples […]

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The Doors- Who Do You Love- 1970

In Summer 1970 the double disc set Absolutely Live was the first in-concert release by The Doors.  At the time the Los Angeles-based band of (l to r) guitarist Robbie Krieger, keyboardist Ray Manzarek,  drummer John Densmore, and singer Jim Morrison were easily one of the most successful American bands, with a string of five Top […]

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The Who-Pinball Wizard medley-Toronto 12-17-82

The Who’s Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey have embarked on their final tour  to mark their fiftieth anniversary, but scheduled stops this week in Kansas City, St.Louis, and Louisville have been postponed due to Roger Daltrey’s doctor’s orders to rest his inflamed vocal cords. These “final tour” seemingly cicadian periodic announcements by Townshend and Daltrey never […]

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Guess Who-Best-Burton Cummings, Randy Bachman

If you lived within five hundred miles of Chicago, Detroit, or Toronto between 1968 and 1972, seemingly there wasn’t a day when the Winnepeg band The Guess Who didn’t have a hit song on the radio:“These Eyes”,”Laughing”,”Undun”,”No Time”,”No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature”,”American Woman”, all written by terrific singer/pianist Burton Cummings and guitarist Randy Bachman. Even […]