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  • Though the music itself isn’t all that interesting on this track, I really enjoy the vocal performance on this track and although it isn’t overly energetic or emotion, the harmony fits nicely with the mood established by the track
  • After the Who goes through a few verses and choruses, they go into a fairly extended instrumental section which actually draws tiresome quite quickly, another example of how the actual music on this track unfortunately isn’t too great
  • Nevertheless, despite what the music of the track may be lacking in, the vocal performance throughout the song wins me over and has an incredibly accessible melody in my opinion which should make this song very easy to get into for most listeners
  • Though this track isn’t the best in terms of songwriting on The Who Sell Out, it’s an incredibly accessible track and perhaps a good starting choice if you’re just getting into the Who or want a taste of this record


    • by grimmy101
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      Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand is a song by The Who which appears on their album The Who Sell Out. Opening up with a lighthearted hand, a gentle vocal harmony enters the track for the first verse.

      Though the verse doesn’t go on for very long, I have no real complaint against this as the band fluidly enters the chorus of the track and I must say that the overall flow thus far is very


      nice.

      Though the music itself isn’t all that interesting on this track, I really enjoy the vocal performance on this track and although it isn’t overly energetic or emotion, the harmony fits nicely with the mood established by the track.

      After the Who goes through a few verses and choruses, they go into a fairly extended instrumental section which actually draws tiresome quite quickly, another example of how the actual music on this track unfortunately isn’t ...


      • too great.

        Nevertheless, despite what the music of the track may be lacking in, the vocal performance throughout the song wins me over and has an incredibly accessible melody in my opinion which should make this song very easy to get into for most listeners.

        Another good thing about this song is that the Who does not make the mistake of dragging out the track to an unnecessary time period.

        Aside from the brief instrumental section in

        the middle of the song which unfortunately did nothing for me, all the other passages on the track feel as if they’re there to progress the song rather than just add on to the duration of the track.

        Though this track isn’t the best in terms of songwriting on The Who Sell Out, it’s an incredibly accessible track and perhaps a good starting choice if you’re just getting into the Who or want a taste of this record.




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