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Both songs were originally released mixed in mono only, as I Call Your Name - The Mamas & The Papas - 16 Of Their Greatest Hits were not intended for album release.
The lyrics of "Dogs" were inspired by Townshend's friend Chris Morphet who had a fascination with greyhound racing. Morphet contributes harmonica and backing vocals. It also describes a love story and working-class activities as drinking beer and eating meat pies. Prior to this The Who had only recorded in the U. The song was not a major commercial success at the time of its release, perhaps because of its rather bizarre and campy style. Entwistle later said that it sounded much more like the Small Faces and that it would have been better for both groups if they had recorded it instead.
Others suggest that the song is similar to " Lazy Sunday ", which had been a recent hit. As a Who record, it was all a bit frivolous for me. It includes the memorable closing phrase, "Nice dog, yes, lovely form, lovely buttocks", spoken by Pete. Both "Dogs" songs were included on the U.
It was once again released in mono as it was included in the two-disc edition of The Who Hits 50! Uncut magazine describes the song as "mockney music-hall. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Power pop psychedelic pop. Archived from the original on Retrieved Race Point Publishing. February 24, The Who singles. Dogs (Part 2) - The Who - Tommy and Mr.
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