Nervous as he may have been back in 1967, Pete Townshend
certainly had little reason to feel, as he confided to Eric Clapton,
that both he and Clapton were about to be put out of business by an
American bloke named Jimi Hendrix. After all, Townshend had already
achieved considerable success with the Who, and had gone on to gain at
least as much notoriety as Hendrix, especially in the fields of
composition and rhythm guitar.
1. FOMENT INVENTION
2. MOVE ON
3. REVISIT SOME OLD FRIENDS
4. CEMENT YOUR SONIC ASSAULTS
5. RELEASE YOUR INNER PETE WINDMILL
6. OWN YOUR VOICINGS
7. OWN YOUR RIFFS...
8. OWN YOUR COVERS
9. OWN YOUR LEGACY
10. TAKE CARE OF YOUR EARS
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