The Who - I'm A Boy

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Original 1966 Promo Video

"I'm a Boy" is a 1966 rock song written by Pete Townshend for his band The Who. The song, like other early recordings by the band, such as "I Can't Explain", "The Kids Are Alright" and "Happy Jack", centers around the early power pop genre. The song was originally intended to be a part of a rock opera called 'Quads' which was to be set in the future where parents can choose the sex of their children. The idea was later scrapped, but this song survived and was later released as a single. 

The original recording (released as a single) which features John Entwistle's French horn arrangement prominently in the mix is available on the album Who's Missing. The version included on most compilations, since the 1966 release, is the exact the same recording, with French horns removed.

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