Roger Daltry is taking Tommy on the road. That can’t be a good idea. I hope Pete is at home celebrating his 66th birthday this morning, maybe trying to finish a new song. Some of the Who‘s best work was overshadowed by their massive hits. Last week a pal sent over a listicle we made at VH1 a few years ago. The job was to celebrate all things Who. Blasting “Daddy Rolling Stone” and “Mary Anne With the Shaky Hands” today should fulfill on that. Have at it, then. Happy Birthday, Pete. Ten Great Overlooked Songs By The Who.
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- Craig Taborn Daylight Ghosts (ECM)
- One Half of One Century Ago
- Jeremy Pelt Make Noise! (High Note)
- John Abercrombie Quartet Up and Coming (ECM)
- Sunday Spinning
- Michael Dease All These Hands (PosiTone)
- Nashville Scene Country Music Critics’ Poll – My Ballot
- Critics Polls in the Time of Trump
- Where Is “On Down the Line”? How Far Away?
- Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau (Nonesuch)
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