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The Who...what an awesome band. Love them!

>>By Jane   (Sunday, 10 Oct 2004 05:02)



I have a question i hope someone can help me. There was a song in the 80's that i heard and it went like this.... Say it aint so, joe please say it aint so its not what i want to hear i got a right to know... I believe the who sang this .... Can anyone in the world tell me what the name of this song is. I can't find the name of it............??? Please e-mail me at jm2218@comcast.net thanks Krista

>>By Krista38   (Sunday, 31 Oct 2004 02:40)



On Tv it said they were reuinting and making an album.

>>By Jane   (Friday, 26 Nov 2004 03:32)



Baba O'Riely is an amazing song!

>>By Jane   (Wednesday, 12 Jan 2005 00:15)



my generation.. is my anthem.

>>By raspberry_juice   (Sunday, 18 Feb 2007 03:33)



saw the who in 11/06 great show pete still rocks

>>By jupitermadcat   (Monday, 19 Feb 2007 01:02)



...It's only teenage wasteland

>>By Da Blues   (Monday, 19 Feb 2007 03:10)



To Krista38: "Say it aint so, joe please say it aint so its not what i want to hear i got a right to know" is actually a song by Roger Daltrey, and it's called Say, it ain't so, Joe.

To me this band, The Who, is more than a musical group. It's a universe of musical impressions I got from them. As a musician I don't get one damn thing: How can folks like them come up in one band? Game of Fortune? Dice of Fate? Maybe...

D'you know what personal luck is? It's being fortunate enough to meet smart human on your life path...

Musically they were Giants... It's them who forged the rock music what it is today and far beyond. Sure, they were others in their wake, but this particular band stands apart - musically.

>>By Vallerius   (Monday, 26 Feb 2007 16:40)



They're coming to play in my city later this year. A son of one of my cousins has already booked a ticket. He's 20 years old. The band's proving to be timeless. They sang "My Generation", referring to the 60s, but my cousin's boy presumably feels they adequately speak for his generation too.

>>By nonyeb   (Saturday, 10 Mar 2007 12:24)



i love who are you? from csi.

>>By Reesh   (Sunday, 11 Mar 2007 22:22)



CSI is a bit gritty & gory, & I understand that relations between band members originally could be a bit like that too!

>>By nonyeb   (Wednesday, 14 Mar 2007 18:23)



Reesh mentioned CSI & how the programme uses a Who song as its theme, well, singer Peter Daltrey has appeared in the series, playing a mobster!

>>By nonyeb   (Wednesday, 21 Mar 2007 16:29)



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