Time for some comedy.
The Who are an English rock band. They were formed in 1964 and became one of the most influential rock music bands. Apart from their music they were also renowned for destroying instruments on stage and for off-stage antics, particularly those of Moon. They are also known for originating Rock Opera by producing Tommy, the first or the genre. The linie-up of the band during their most successful and creative period was: Roger Daltrey on lead vocals; Pete Townsheand on vocals and guitar; John Entwistle on bass; and Keith Moon on drums. After the death of Moon in 1978 he was replaced by Kenney Jones and later by Zak Starkey, son of Beatles drummer Ringo Star. Since John's death in 2002 Roger and Pete have continued the group with a variety of other musicians accompanying them.
Boris the Spider was originally released on the 1966 album A Quick One. It is a humourous song about a spider, named Boris, and his crawling around the room before having an unfortunate incident with the singer. It is said that this was the first song written by John and was the main song that he would sing at The Who concerts. This video is a claymation stop-frame animation following the lyrics of the song made by YouTube artist GawainKnight.
You can buy Boris the Spider on iTunes.
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