Who Who Who (expletive deleted) are you?
|Petula Clark - Album Cover|
This week's blog has nothing to do with voiceover. But, then again, maybe it does. If you were tuned in to pop music in the seventies you'll recognize that the title of this blog today is borrowed from the song of the same name written by Pete Townsend and performed by Townsend Roger Daltry, Keith Moon and John Entwistle, a.k.a. The Who. It made its way into the top forty in 1978 and gained a great deal of renewed popularity thanks to Jerry Bruckheimer's CSI. Petula Clark made popular another song with a similar title – Who Am I. There's a new TV show that's gained some popularity of late using another song title as it's show title – Who Do You Think You Are? Bo Donaldson and the Haywoods made that one popular in 1974.
Where is he going with this?