I am assuming that tomorrow will not be the end of the world, as the Camping followers believe, so did not write about The Who for the last time tonight. This piece proves the point that I do not always write about things that I really like. This was not really a bad band, but in my opinion were not that important creatively. Some, perhaps many, will beg to differ me, and that is fine. I do not really dislike them, but they would not make it into my “stranded on a desert isle” box of music.
They actually had quite a few hits that charted well, a TeeVee show, and of course laid the groundwork for the later solo career of Kenny Rogers. He moved towards country and out of rock later, and this post only includes treatment of The First Edition material.