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“Won’t Get Fooled Again” by The Who

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    “Won’t Get Fooled Again” by The Who is a classic rock song.
    First version recorded in New York on March 16, 1971, was rejected. The released version became the first song that Glyn Johns worked on during a trial session with The Rolling Stones Mobile studio in April 1971. This version (unlike the New York original) included the synthesizer track from Pete Townshend’s demo.

    Song Title: Won’t Get Fooled Again
    Artist: the Who
    Album: Who’s Next
    Genre: rock, classic rock
    Composer: Copyright © 1971 Pete Townshend
    Lead Vocals: Roger Daltrey
    Backing Vocals: Pete Townshend
    Guitar: Pete Townshend (Gretsch 6120 guitar, a tweed 1959 Fender 3x10 Bandmaster amp, and an Edwards Light Beam volume pedal, all gifts from Joe Walsh)
    Organ: Pete Townshend (synthesized organ, Arp 2500, EMS VCS 3)
    Bass Guitar: John Entwistle (Fender Precision Bass made from five bass guitars and called “Frankenstein”)
    Drums: Keith Moon
    Producer: The Who, Glyn Johns (associate producer)
    Recorded: April–May 1971, Rolling Stones Mobile Studio, Stargroves, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom and Olympic Studios, London, England
    Released: 25 June 1971
    Label: Polydor (UK), MCA (USA)
    Number of listens: 9438
    Current rank: 661 (updated weekly)
    Highest rank: 521 (play the video all the way through to register a vote for this song)

    
    U.S. Billboard Hot 100: #15 peak, 1971

    United Kingdom: #9 peak, 1971
     Billboard chart listings courtesy of Billboard Magazine

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    Tickets from the canceled 1979 Who concert in Rhode Island are be good for the February 2013 concert.
    The Who’s 1979 concert in Providence, Rhode Island, was canceled by then Mayor Buddy Cianci, following the death of 11 fans during a stampede for open seating in Cincinnati, Ohio. Arena concerts in the U.S. are no longer general admisssion (fans can sit anywhere on a first come, first serve basis). The WHo has not played in Providence since.
    General Manager Lawrence Lepore of the Dunkin Donuts Center (the same arena, under a new name) announced on WPRO-AM that the 2012 concert will honor any tickets from the 1979 concert.
    While many ticketholders received refunds long ago, others have kept the tickets as memorabilia.
    “Somewhere, someplace, someone’s got it stashed,” Lepore stated. “The question is, are they willing to give that up? If they are, we’re willing to take it.”
    The highest priced ticket from the 1979 show was $14. Tickets for the 2012 concert range from $57.50 to $127.50.
    Any 1979 tickets redeemed will be donated to help raise money of the Special Olympics of Rhode island.

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