Or, you could sit them down with a beer and their 50-year-old original singles, and make your job a damn sight easier. Back in 1965, The Who released their first song, the single ‘I Can’t Explain’. Designed as a semi-copy of The Kinks, it barely made its way onto the US singles chart, peaking at 93. But despite that, it’s stayed on as a staple of Who concerts ever since and yes, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, the original front man and guitarist, are still touring (and surprisingly good live). If you’ve not been a Who fan before now, though, it’s a good year to start and ‘I Can’t Explain’ is the perfect song to start with. Welcome to Soundtrack , what Gizmodo’s staff is listening to every night.
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I take no guff from Siri or any other tool – Pablog by Paul Giannamore – Steubenville, Wintersville, Toronto, Mingo, Weirton, Jefferson County | News, Sports, Jobs, HeraldStarOnline.com
Apparently the British get a male voice in their phones, and I haven’t found how to change Mr. Phelps to a man’s voice. And I won’t call it “Miss Phelps” because that would take away from the whole ambience: I’m going for that voice on the old reel-to-reel tapes that Peter Graves (the real Mr. Phelps) would pick up in odd places at the beginning of every “Mission: Impossible” TV episode. You just don’t get the same effect with “Good Morning, Ms.
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You, too, can see great shows in 2015 | Boston Herald
First night of Rock n Roll Rumble, T.T. the Bears, April 12 Til Tuesday, The Sheila Divine, The Dresden Dolls, and Girls Guns and Glory have all won the venerable Rumble. But you dont go for the history, you go to hear Bostons best young bands and to avoid doing pickleback shots your friends order you on a school night. Chick Corea & Herbie Hancock, Symphony Hall, April 12 A jazz summit of epic proportions. Corea and Hancock are the musics greatest living pianists. The pair will play and thrill with four hands, two grand pianos and one stage. Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett, Tanglewood, June 30 Can you think of a more surprising success than the pairing of these two?
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Tampa Bay things to do: 15 ways to have the most awesome year ever | Things to do in Tampa Bay | Tampa Bay Times
You won’t regret it. The Who Maybe it’s fitting that The Who will kick off the North American leg of their 50th anniversary tour on Tax Day, April 15. With VIP packages for this gig at Amalie Arena topping out at more than $800, you might have to fudge a few numbers on next year’s forms in order to afford a ticket. Only singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend remain from the iconic British rockers’ classic lineup, but they’ve promised a show filled with hits from their entire half-century-spanning catalog My Generation and Who Are You, Pinball Wizard and Baba O’Riley, I Can’t Explain and Won’t Get Fooled Again. This could be The Who’s final go-around no, for real, we’re serious this time, you guys and if you want one last spin on the Magic Bus, you’d better pony up. Score nosebleed seats for $36.25 and up at amaliearena.com. Taylor Swift OKAY, TAYLOR, YOU WIN. You can have your youth and looks and incredible wardrobe and cool best friends and perfect Manhattan apartment and all of the Grammys, and we will STILL give up our Halloween night on a Saturday, no less! in order to catch your concert at Raymond James Stadium.
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