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  1. Guitar Lesson: 10 songs from the WOODSTOCK 1969 Music Festival in Bethel, NY. ☮️ 1) Going Up the Country - Canned Heat 2) Coming Into Los Angeles - Arlo Guthrie 3) With a Little Help From My Friends - Joe Cocker 4) Jennifer - Burt Sommer 5) White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane 6) The Weight - The Band 7) Bad Moon Rising - CCR 😎 The Hop - Sha Na Na 9) See Me Feel Me - The Who 10) Summertime Blues - The Who
  2. As I was scrolling through the Wikipedia page for Roger Daltrey's 1973 solo album, "Daltrey", I read this excerpt claiming that Jimmy played on one of the singles from the album: The album was recorded during a hiatus time in the Who's touring schedule. The first single released from the album, "Giving It All Away", reached number five in the UK and the album made the Top 50 in the United States. He also released a single in 1973, "Thinking"; its B-side, "There is Love", features Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin on guitar. I couldn't find a source to listen to the track anywhere online. Do
  3. I was reading the biography Robert Plant: A Life by Paul Rees. I don't consider it to be a very trustworthy source, as I've already found several inaccuracies and Rees doesn't cite his sources in a way that be easily be checked. However, some of the stories in here are just too entertaining and funny that I'd just like them to be true. Like this one: On page 57 in Chapter 4, Rubber Man, Rees mentions (with no quotes or indication of any source) that Robert went to see The Who at the Kidderminster Town Hall in May (of 1966, I think, possibly 1967. Rees only says the month but was talking a
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