8 comments for “UnSpun 044 – “The Who: Who Are You?”

  1. Pamela Seley
    October 27, 2016 at 8:29 pm

    Jan’s research brings to our attention the “Time Magazine” 1957 cover “teenage allowances” which evolves to “teenage wasteland” in the Who’s song of 1971. I did not know about Townsend’s pedophilia charge. What’s to say he didn’t become a victim of mind control? I have a theory that some of the players/actors in CIA ops end up as victims themselves. Just a thought. I’m one of the lucky ones who managed to survive the 70s but not without some battle scars. Really sad, tragic times and frankly, recalling The Who was advertised in my 6th grade class as good music I find quite disgusting.
    Glad to see Joe is feeling better.

  2. carl hassell
    October 28, 2016 at 4:08 am

    The Who was one of the groups I tore my life apart with as a youngster.Many,many of their songs became anthems.”Behind Blue Eyes.”,”Bargain”,”Baba Orielly”, are just a couple. “Im a Boy” ” Call me Lightning.” Through addiction,homelessness,and a general gypsy lifestyle, they were a soundtrack for me.I saw them in 1970 for 6 bucks.

    • carl hassell
      October 28, 2016 at 4:16 am

      I wanted to share the other day after this show,but was too emotional. There were waaay too many thoughts that I decided were too honest to bring to light with a bunch of strangers.Suffice it to say,music was a massive part of my life from the time I literally could walk. Changing the records on the turntable for my dad and his drunk buddies,Thats all ,for now.Its 4:11 a.m.Good show Jan.

  3. Ming TheMerciless
    November 10, 2016 at 5:02 pm

    What happened to the latest Unspun? The live stream kept buffering so much I decided to wait for the upload, which has yet to appear.

    • November 10, 2016 at 11:34 pm

      Last two episodes were cancelled, one due to time change mess ups, and the other due to schedule changes that couldn’t be rectified. We’ll be back on Tuesday night.

      • Ming TheMerciless
        November 12, 2016 at 4:41 am

        Thanks for that information.

        By the way, an interview suggestion: E. Michael Jones on his book, Libido Dominandi. Despite his Catholicism, that book, the sexual revolution as intentional weakening and enslavement of populations, is a good fit for discussion on the show.

        • November 12, 2016 at 1:48 pm

          I think I interviewed him on RBN. Check the archives. Tried to get a full interview out of him, but no luck.

    • Ming TheMerciless
      November 15, 2016 at 5:12 pm

      The endless buffering is terrible, again. This is on different OSs and browsers, on a broadband connection that is ten times what CCN say is required. Parthetic.

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