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Topic: No disrespect intended, Who fans - Return to archive
06-28-02 11:08 AM
T&A But, I just have never "got" the Who. I have always admired Pete's skills as a guitarist, but the songs and style never did it for me. I've tried and tried. I'm a big blues and R&B fan and I think it has something to do with the fact that the Who really don't draw much from that those genres in the way the Stones do. Also, the operatic Daltry vocalisms just seem a little "over the top" for my tastes.

Anyway, it is a sad day for rock and I sympathize with Who fans.

06-28-02 11:27 AM
Joey 'Anyway, it is a sad day for rock and I sympathize with Who fans. '

You bet your sweet Ass it is a sad day for Rock !

John Entwistle was the Greatest player ever to pick up the bass .

Sir Joey




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