There Ain’t No Cure

For those of us stuck working on this beautiful summer day, and for those of us depressed about stock market fluctuations, and for those who questioned my use of “ain’t” in a recent editorial: here’s a great song by The Who to take you back to the ’60s. Hope it brightens your day!

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  1. avatar Brad Sherman says:

    You made my day with this rare piece of 1967 Who footage. If you know me you know that I am a complete Who fanatic. This performance was just before their seminal show at the Monterey Pop Festival where they shared a bill with Jimi Hendrix. They came on before Hendrix, and were tipped off that Jimi was going to smash his guitar like Pete Townshend. So The Who, on the encore song, “My Generation”, destroyed their entire equipment and the rest is history. The Who always covered 3 or 4 R&B rock songs, billing themselves as playing “Maximum R&B”. “Summertime Blues”, the Eddie Cochrane rocker, became a big summer hit when the Who released their version as a single off the “Live at Leeds” record in 1970. They were the greatest rock act of mmmmmy ggeeneraaation baby!

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