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www.mytwangyguitar.com I would like to thank Universal Music Group for granting me permission to keep this cover up and allowing me to use this track. This backing track *does not* contain Pete Townshend’s guitar. There is some very light acoustic guitar in some parts. Roger Daltrey’s vocals are swimming in reverb. The drums and bass sound like the track used on the record. The reverb really makes it sound muddy but it’s all I’ve got. I am playing the part in the video live – obviously. During the solo I added a very light second guitar in the background as was done on the record.