The "Who" perform "I can see for miles" and "My Generation". Air date also given as September 17, 1967.
Did You Know?
During the rehearsals the band noticed that the smoke bomb effect was not to their liking so they asked the stage hand to pack a little more of the power into Keith Moon
's drum kit to give it a more spectacular effect. However, while the band and the crew went out for lunch, Moon returned and packed even more powder into the drums essentially turning it into a bomb and during the finale of "My Generation" as the band were doing their usual instrument smashing finale, the drums exploded. As a result, Moon suffered cuts on his arm, Pete Townshend
's hair caught fire and 'Bette Davis' fainted. However, Townshend also suffered permanent damage to a hearing as a result of the prank. See more
Featured in The Kids Are Alright
I Can See for Miles
Composer Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who See more