Colin Jones - The Who 1966
10 Oct 2007
Colin Jones, one of post-war Britain's most celebrated and prolific photographers, is displaying a selection of his seminal images of The Who in an exhibition entitled 'The Who 1966'. These images are some of the most iconic ever taken of the guitar-trashing and most visually intense bands in the world, showing true legends being formed.
Hoopers Gallery, London (in association with Genesis Publications) will be running the exhibition from Thursday 18th October until 30th November 2007, where you will be given the opportunity to view and purchase these limited-run prints.
Current Genesis subscribers will already be aware of and enjoying our two special limited editions, Maximum Who
and The Who Live
The Who Live
(now sold out) - Charting the band's performances from the Sixties, with emphasis on the legendary tours of the Seventies when the band were labelled the greatest live rock'n'roll band in the world. This set of extraordinary photographs, most previously unpublished, includes the last shots of Keith Moon playing live, as well as many revealing and intimate images of the band at the height of its powers.
- For the first time in one book, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle and Pete Townshend have all written text. Together with Ross Halfin's inspired image selection Maximum Who presents the band's early years, from 1964 with the arrival of drummer Keith Moon, to 1969 with The Who on the cusp of stellar success recording and rehearsing Tommy.