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In August 1968, in an interview to Rolling Stone , Townsend talked about a new rock opera, which had the working title of Deaf, Dumb and Blind Boy , and described the entire plot in great detail, which ran to 11 pages. [18] Who biographer Dave Marsh subsequently said the interview described the narrative better than the finished album. [19] Townshend later regretted publishing so much detail, as he felt it forced him to write the album according to that blueprint. [20] The rest of the Who, however, were enthusiastic about the idea, and let him have artistic control over the project. [21]

04 – Donald Byrd, Muscian – a jazz and rhythm and blues trumpeter, biggest hit was “Black Byrd” – age 80

Havens continued to record and tour, and he also survived by singing jingles for Amtrak (the famous "Something about a train . . " line) and McDonald's (which used his "Here Comes the Sun"). In recent years, Havens was rediscovered by a new generation. His collaboration with Groove Armada, "Hands of Time," appeared on the soundtrack of the 2004 Tom Cruise film Collateral . He also published  a memoir, They Can ' t Hide Us Anymore , in 2000 and released his final album, Nobody Left to Crown , in 2008. A public memorial is in the works. 

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RELIGIOUS AND DEVOTIONAL TEXTS “A Critical Edition of the Abbey of the Holy Ghost.” D. P . Consacro. Diss. Fordham U, 1971. [Ancrene Riwle]. The English Text of the ...

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