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“Roger says, ‘Can I be Tommy?’ And I said, ‘Yes!’” Townshend says. Daltrey became a different kind of singer in performing the rock opera, opening up to the audience rather than strutting like a “vicious…don’t-get-in-my-way kind of guy.”

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