My Generation â” The Song For 52 Generations (And Counting)

Probably the most recognisable The Whoâ’s song is basically a song about young frustrated people. It was released 52 years ago, but seems like young people of any generation can find themselves in it. Its ongoing popularity keeps on proving it. The song was written by Pete Townshend. He woke up one day and found himself dissatisfied with the […]

The Who’s “Who’s Next” was released on this day

The Who’s “Who’s Next” album was released on August 14th, 1971, and was an immediate success. With this album, The Who managed to get to the top of the UK charts.

See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me, Heal Me – 48 Years Of “Tommy”

That The Who are true legends and pioneers, no one can argue. Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, and Keith Moon made some seriously good music at the time, and all of them together are rightfully considered to roll one of the most influential bands in a rock music history.

The Rolling Stones Rock & Roll Circus Filmed

The Rolling Stones Rock & Roll Circus was filmed over 18 hours on December 11th and 12th, 1968. Featuring The Rolling Stones, The Who and a Supergroup called Dirty Mac featuring Eric Clapton, Mitch Mitchell and John Lennon amongst others. It was due to be shown by the BBC, but Mick Jagger held it back as he was unhappy with their performance.
Tragically it would also be the last time Brian Jones would perform with The Rolling Stones. He died in his swimming pool little more that 6 months later.

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