A Weston homeowner named Ted Davis grew up listening to classic rock on the radio, as well as vinyl. That is why he still loves the popular groups, such as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and The Who, whose vocalist’s Roger Daltry made his solo debut in 1973 with Daltry. Rather than The Who’s sonic power, the neo-hippie folk songs are matched with emotional expressiveness and some occasional overreaching orchestral arrangements. “It’s a Hard Life” and “Giving It All Away” are two of the highlights, expressing the record’s theme of loneliness. Unfortunately, Ted misses Pete Townshend’s famous windmill guitar playing. Read more at https://news.bhhsfloridarealty.com/homeowners-art-never-ages/

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