Review: Roger Daltrey’s ‘As Long as I Have You’ Gets Back to His Roots

Review: Roger Daltrey’s ‘As Long as I Have You’ Gets Back to His Roots

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When the Who started out, they billed themselves as “maximum R&B.” And before Pete Townshend embraced teenage wasteland and became one of rock’s poet laureates, the group was content playing blues and soul covers. Check out their stirring version of James Brown’s “I Don’t Mind” on My Generation, their

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