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Song by the English rock band the Who, recorded for the band's 1967 album The Who Sell Out. Wikipedia

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    • After the Hermits tour, the Who recorded their next single, "I Can See for Miles", which Townshend had written in 1966 but had avoided recording until he was sure it could be produced well.The Who-Wikipedia
    • They made progress on the album for the next three weeks; the first song to be completed was the single, "I Can See for Miles", released the following month.The Who Sell Out-Wikipedia
    • It included several humorous jingles and mock commercials between songs, and the Who's biggest US single, "I Can See for Miles".Pete Townshend-Wikipedia
    • Despite the success of "I Can See for Miles", which reached No. 9 on the American charts, Townshend was surprised it was not a smash hit, as he considered it the best song he had written up to that point.Pete Townshend-Wikipedia
    • In 1967, they performed at the Monterey Pop Festival and released the US top ten single "I Can See for Miles".The Who-Wikipedia
    • The intro to the opening track "Breakerfall" uses a guitar riff similar to The Who song "I Can See for Miles" (from the 1967 album, The Who Sell Out).Binaural (album)-Wikipedia

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