Pete's Hearing and b
cfrate at roadrunner.com
Sat Feb 20 05:46:14 UTC 2010
"What are you saving it for?" is a good question at this point in his
career, but the other way to look at it is: You're rich, you're famous, you
have created one of the greatest legacies of songs and live performances in
the history of music; so if it's no fun, why do it? There would be only two
reasons I can think of : 1) because Roger wants to and you feel a
responsibility as a friend and "brother", or 2) for us fans (but the Super
Bowl bruhaha proves that all we ever do is complain anyway).
-Chris in Cleveland
----- Original Message -----
From: "william sturm" <hapijac at msn.com>
To: "thewho" <thewho at igtc.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 20, 2010 12:06 AM
Subject: RE: Pete's Hearing and b
Now I don't mean to be a dick but...at his age wtf right?? What are you
saving it for?? He is a year older than my mom and she is fubared compared
to him. I get tired of him bitching about stuff like this.He never dug
ditches,cut pipe ,blew a disc in his back playing a les paul. Sounds like
his new musical doesn't work and he is pussin out again! Sorry but I call
them like I see "em! Times like this I feel sorry for Roger,really do.
Bill from DE
Pete...get the fuck on with it!!!
> To: thewho at igtc.com
> Subject: Pete's Hearing and the future
> Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2010 21:08:19 -0500
> From: jimthewhofan at aol.com
> This is the story from an AOL headline, today.
> Could Super Bowl XLIV have been part of the Who's last hurrah? Gunm
> bitchiitarist Pete Townshend is suggesting the end of the legendary rock
> band's 46-year run may be in sight because of his ongoing tinnitus
> "If my hearing is going to be a problem, we're not delaying shows.We're
> finished. I can't really see any way around the issue," Townshendtold
> Rolling Stonein advance of plans to test a new in-ear monitoring system
> during thegroup's next gig, slated for London's Albert Hall on March 30.
> Thatshow, a benefit for the Teenage Cancer Trust, is the only
> eventcurrently on the Who's calendar for 2010.
> The painful ringing and buzzing in Townshend's ears has come and
> gonethrough the years and is blamed on the excessive volume he has
> enduredduring thousands of gigs. At Neil Young'ssuggestion, Townshend
> consulted an audiologist, who recommended anin-ear monitor that could
> prevent further damage. Townshend has plansto try the product out during
> the March gig, when he and Who vocalist Roger Daltrey will play
> 'Quadrophenia' in its entirety with their touring band.
> "It's a good test of Pete's hearing," Daltrey told the magazine. "We won't
> know until we try."
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