I think you can figure out how this one popped into my head.
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God loves Keith Moon.
The first real show I ever went to was the Who 25th year anniversery tour when they played at Lakewood in 1989. I was 14 at the time and had been into “real music” (Who, Zeppelin, Floyd, etc.) for about two years but had never been to a concert. It cemented my love and passion for this band that is easily one of the greatest of all time. They opened with an approx. 20 minute “Tommy” medley. They also played several of the early, early tunes including this one, “I Can’t Explain,” and a couple others. It was awesome.
Nice pick and quite apropos.
Love The Who. What in the hell was Moon doing in this video? Just screwing with us?
One of the greatest bands of all time, without a doubt. I know it’s all subjective, but I rate Quadrophenia as the greatest rock album of all time. BTW, this was the second song I ever learned to play on guitar, very catchy little riff
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