Maximum Who - The Who in the Sixties
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This exceptional, large-format limited edition book documents all facets of the explosion of The Who onto the British scene in the Sixties. Ross Halfin's inspired image selection presents the band's early years, from 1964 with the arrival of Keith Moon and the appointment of management team Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp, to 1969 with The Who on the cusp of stellar success recording and rehearsing Tommy.

'It was just really exciting times, with the Mod thing coming up. Most of my time was spent being the singer and the placater of many fights that were going to happen in the audience! A lot of my mates were into all sorts of mischief in those days.' Roger Daltrey


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