John Entwistle with his mother Maud (Queenie)  Colin Jones
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Fundamental as The Who's music undoubtedly was, it was their visual imagery and sheer, staggering vitality on stage that forms the most indelible image of Sixties London. Forget angry young men. The Who sped through the mid-Sixties almost incandescent with rage: at the world around them, at their equipment, but mainly at each other.

Now for the first time in one book Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey and John Entwistle re-live the creative rivalry, tense recording sessions, freezing photo shoots, girls, gigs and the multitude of other highs and lows that went hand-in-hand with being thrown into the forefront of the Sixties revolution.


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