History of Rock Music notes 4 6 11

History of Rock Music notes 4 6 11 - the most famous album...

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Mus 125 Notes – 4/6/11 The Who Pete Townshend – guitar, music Roger Daltry – vocals John Entwistle – bass: 1944 – 2002 Keith Moon – drums, 1947 – 1978 Formed in 1964 High Numbers / Detours Mod image Smashing instruments I Can’t Explain – January 1965 My Generation, 1965 – Smothers Brothers show Unusual Themes Happy Jack, 1966 Pictures of Lily, 1967 Keith Moon was always trying to sneak into the vocal recordings. At the end of “Happy Jack,” you hear Townshend yelling, “I saw ya!” 1966, A Quick One While He’s Away 1969, Rock opera Tommy Eyesight to the Blind
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Unformatted text preview: the most famous album Wont get Fooled Again Baba ORiley Quadrophenia , 1973 The Who by Numbers , 1975 Who are You , 1978 Keith Moon dies, 1978 Kenny Jones , 1978 Face Dances , 1981 Its Hard , 1982 Keith Moon is one of the drummers in the video that Freddy Jones is told to watch in the movie School of Rock. My friends call me Keith, but you can call me John! In 1971, Keith had a cameo role in Frank Zappas film 200 Motels. He acted in drag as a nun fearful of death from overdosing on pills. Keith was the Godfather of Zak Starkey...
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