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  1. Now I am a fan of Y&T and Dave Meniketti but let's not get carried away...like Earl does. How could he measure up against a real guitar legend like Pete Townshend, a player who is known for his incredible chord voicings and his amazing songs and riffs? Not to mention he introduced feedback into rock music! Dave or Pete, your choice? WHO is best, Meniketti or Townshend?? Let's see...
  2. Mystifies me as to why this little gem of Pete Townshend's gets little respect. It's not even in print anymore, for crying out loud. Give Blood and Face The Face did get a fair amount of airplay, true. But this album is stellar from start to finish. The title track (co-written by David Gilmour and he also played guitar on it) has an amazing intro and main riff. The melody sparkles as does the bass track. Other treasures are Hiding Out, Brilliant Blues, the soulful Secondhand Love. . . . I find it odd that WCAN apparently has not stood the fans' test of time. IMO, it's Pete's best solo effort.
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