The Daily Cut: The Who "I Can See for Miles""I Can See for Miles" was one of the most elaborately crafted songs in the Who's early catalog. Singer Roger Daltrey recalls the recording sessions.
The Daily Cut: The Who "Won't Get Fooled Again"Pete Townshend said he wrote the lyrics "Won't Get Fooled Again" first, and that they were inspired by the events of the day in the U.K.
Pete Townshend Reveals Secret Marriage and Year-Long Music Sabbatical"Why did we keep it quiet? Really, we were being selfish," Townshend said. "We just wanted to be together."
The Daily Cut: The Who "Baba O'Riley"Singer Roger Daltrey recalled what he thought when he heard the song for the first time.
The Daily Cut: The Who "See Me, Feel Me""See Me, Feel Me" is the signature theme of The Who's rock opera Tommy. In a 1980s interview, Pete Townshend talked about where it may have originated.
Pete Townshend & Billy Idol Announce Brief 'Classic Quadrophenia' Tour"Melding the contrasting sounds of Quadrophenia with a symphony has been a really unique and powerful way to reach a wide audience.
Classic Rock Almanac May 19, 2017The Who's Pete Townshend celebrates his 72nd birthday today. Townshend produced and played bass on the only album by a 1960s British group best known for the song "Something in the Air." What was their name?
The Daily cut: The Who "Squeeze Box"Pete Townshend, who has called "Squeeze Box" "a poorly aimed dirty joke," was astonished that his bandmates agreed to record it.
Listen to The Who's Previously Unheard 'The Girls I Could Have Had'"It’s about my lack of success with girls when I lived at Chesham Place, partly because I spent all my time in my studio," Townsend said.
The Daily Cut: The Who "Eminence Front"Happy 68th birthday to former The Who, Faces and Small Faces drummer Kenney Jones!
Pete Townshend Goes Deep End AgainPete Townshend is releasing another show from his "White City" tour. You won't need to ask" Who Are You" to his famous guitar player on this tour.
The Daily Cut: The Who "Substitute"10 years ago today, The Who kicked off a British tour at Leeds University, where 'Live at Leeds' was recorded in 1970.