I have a feeling Flint might know this, since I know he's a big fan of The Who, but I want to know the story behind the name of the song Baba O'Riley. I recall reading a story about Pete Townshend's Lifehouse project. The story talked about Pete's vision for the concert experience to be completely unique to the crowd that was in attendance. He planned on using a synthesizers that he had during the concerts that could use personal demographic data as input that would produce a unique synth sound pattern. As I recall, as Pete was experimenting with the synth, he entered the demographic data of an older woman from their local community named Baba O'Riley. The result of her data was the synth loop in the song we now know so well. Anyway, I've been on a big The Who kick this week and I was reading Wikipedia, and they claim that then name was derived by a combination of the song's philosophical and musical influences: Meher Baba and Terry Riley. So my question is....Who's Right (small pun intended)?