Post by George J. Dance Post by Andre Hugo Post by George J. Dance Post by Will Dockery Post by Rex Hunter Jr. Post by Will Dockery
Short but quite sweet.....
[II. Crying Town: Verse 1]
Down your street, your crying is a well-known sound
Your street is very well known throughout your town
Your town is very famous for the little girl
Whose crying can be heard all around the world
If I'd remembered that, I'd have put them into yesterday's dancehall.
Maybe in near future....
OK. I think we've only done one Beatle, and (maybe) the Stones; the Who, the Kinks, quite a few other groups deserve to be both group and topic.
The one I wanted for Saturday was "Dog Days" because that's what it is, here; but I'd forgotten that Saturday night - so I've got it planned for next Saturday. We can do the who the following week, so I'll slot that in. But there's no schedule, like the one for the blog; I don't even write songs and topics down. Come Saturday, I'll post what I think of.
Found this on the Internet Archive, some good information on the making of the second album of The Who, interestingly one of the last great "album" albums, really no hit singles on the record, except "Happy Jack", which was added later in America:
A QUICK ONE
Roger Daltrey Vocals
John Entwistle Bass Guitar [Horns] and Vocals
Keith Moon Drums
Pete Townshend Guitar and Vocals
Produced by Kit Lambert
Sleeve design by Alan Aldridge [later editor of The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics and designer of the cover for Elton John's Captain Fantastic and The Brown Dirt Cowboy]