[Kronomyth 2.0] Two by Four.
The Who Sell Out is something else, a kinked-out collection of swell songs wrapped in a radio commercial concept that was, ironically, a…
[Kronomyth 5.01] Wizards and Dogs.
The first real rock opera and the gold standard for every great concept album that came after, from Lamb Lies Down to The Wall.
[Kronomyth 5.0] Live Out Loud.
[Kronomyth 5.2] Tommy’s curtain call.
[Kronomyth 5.9] Fool Play.
Accept no substitute. These swingin’ singles justify every noisy experiment, outlandish concept, or kinky kompliment that gummed up their early albums. Singlehandedly. Because…
[Kronomyth 9.0] The Bits Are Alright.
Moon and a cast of thousands make a record that invites comparison to Ringo, and then makes a point of actually inviting him.
[Kronomyth 10.5] Do You Think It’s Alright to Leave the Boy with Cousin Kenny?
[Kronomyth 2.0] Odds and Sods from an Old Pair of Mods, with Nods to the Bods That Made Them Gods.
[Kronomyth 3.0] Who, does he think he is?
I’ve had the odd fortune to run into some real ramblers in my day, but even they didn’t talk my ear off the…
Okay, Who fans, you’ll want to have your programs out for this one. Pete Townshend is a ten-year-old boy (Hogarth) who befriends a…