“Although I had heard about the destruction that accompanied My Generation, to witness it on stage was another thing altogether. I realized that, unlike almost every other band, with The Who, you couldn’t figure out who to look at. Every member was a show unto himself and when they essentially destroyed themselves on stage —several times a day—it made it impossible for any act to follow them. Ironically, I learned more about the roots of rock music and how it should be performed from The Who in five minutes than I had ever seen any white people stake a legitimate claim to that wasn’t stolen directly from black music."
- Todd Rundgren
I guess it would make more sense to post "My Generation," but I like this better.