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Pete Townshend Recalls Turning Paul McCartney On To Home Recording | Vermilion County First

    Pete Townshend Recalls Turning Paul McCartney On To Home Recording | Vermilion County First

Pete Townshend revealed that he helped Paul McCartney understand the intricacies of home recording, which lead to his one-man-band solo debut, McCartney. In the May issue of Uncut, the Who

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How The Who inspired one of The Beatles raunchiest songs

    How The Who inspired one of The Beatles raunchiest songs

The Beatles’ 1968 song ‘Helter Skelter’ is one of the most iconic and notorious that the ‘Fab Four’ ever released. A staple in early hard-rock and a massive influence of

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The Who Album Paul McCartney Was ‘Really Raving Over’ to Pete Townshend

    The Who Album Paul McCartney Was ‘Really Raving Over’ to Pete Townshend

By 1966, The Who had broken through with “My Generation,” which nearly topped the UK charts the previous year. After “Substitute” also cracked the top five in March ’66, the

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The Rockestra – Article by Bill Harry

    The Rockestra – Article by Bill Harry

  The Rockestra (Article by Bill Harry) A rock orchestra created by Paul. Originally used for two numbers on the ‘Back To The Egg’ album, ‘The Rockestra Theme’ and ‘So

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