Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Seen at the Corner

Pete Townsend: "This summer, National Review magazine called "Won't Get Fooled Again" the greatest conservative rock song of all time. Townshend says that's "on the money." The self-described "working musician" who sees his job as "helping the audience to forget themselves," says he never really bought into "all that hippie (expletive) I so despise."
And, Townshend says, "when people say "Won't Get Fooled Again" is not about rebellion, it's the exact opposite of that, I say they're right.""

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