The Who - Call Me Lightning (lo-fi)

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Music video by The Who for their U.S. single "Call Me Lightning"

Shot c. Feb. 27, 1968 at an abandoned warehouse in Hollywood, California.

Directed by Austin John Marshall. 

"Call Me Lightning" is a song by the British rock band The Who from 1968, written by main songwriter Pete Townshend. It appears on the compilation album The Ultimate Collection. In the United States, it was the followup single to their first U.S. Top Ten hit "I Can See for Miles" and reached No. 40 in early 1968. The song was behind the naming of the rock group Call Me Lightning. The Who also made a music video to the song. 

Instead of releasing the "Dogs" single in the United States, The Who and their U.S. label Decca released "Call Me Lightning" as the A-side of a U.S. single in March 1968. The Who considered the style of "Call Me Lightning" to be a bit out of date for the UK market. The single peaked at No. 40 on the U.S. singles chart.

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