Hey everyone, I was listening to The Real Me again lately (for the 10,000th time), and noticed a work of genius that I havent before. Its the interaction between the bass (Entwistle) and the vocals (Daltrey). Its like 2 vocalist singing melodies and counter-melodies together. Listen to it closely. Its unbelievable what Entwistle does. I never heard anything quite like it. The bass actually sings! It talks! Maybe because Im biased to the Who and specially John Entwistle, but this is one of the greatest performances by a bass player I have ever heard. Yes, I have listened to Jaco, Geddy Lee, Stu Hamm, Marcus Miller, etc. Sure, it doesnt feature outragious fretboard acrobatics and pyrotechnics! But never have I been touched by the bass quite like I have been by this performance. There are many masterpieces out there by great bass players. For me, John Entwistle literally spoke to me with this bass line. He talked, he sang, he screamed, he displayed all of his emotions, and all this with his bass. Really, no matter how much I listen to it, I never seem to get enough of it. It always takes me to a special place. Itll be nice to read some of your views on this song. Thanks for your time.