In 1966 The Who released the single ‘The Kids Are Alright’ off their debut album My Generation. The song wasn’t an immediate hit, peaking at #85 in the States and #41 in the U.K., but it eventually became an anthem for the band and the Mod sub-culture of England in the 1960’s.
To help sell the single a promotional film (a music video really) was shot in Hyde Park in the summer of 1966. It features the band members lip-synching and mock playing their instruments while young teens look on and various boats float by in the background. Here is that promotional film with a somewhat uncomfortable Roger Daltry singing lead. Enjoy!
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