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By Sean Egan

The Who have been a mass of contradictions. They introduced mind to rock yet have been the darlings of punks. They have been the fundamental studio act but have been additionally the best dwell allure on the earth. They completely meshed on level and displayed a whole loss of own chemistry offstage.

Along with nice concerts and ultimate audio reviews, the Who supplied nice replica. through the Sixties and '70s, Pete Townshend, messianic approximately modern renowned song and its critical value within the lives of youngsters, gave sprawling interviews within which he alternately celebrated and deplored what he observed within the "scene." numerous of those interviews have emerge as thought of vintage records of the age. Roger Daltrey, Keith Moon, and John Entwistle joined in. even if the Who have been non-operational or previous their top, their interviews persevered to be compelling: alterations in allegiances and social mores left the band individuals freer to discuss intercourse, drug-taking, enterprise, and in-fighting.

By accumulating interviews with Who contributors from throughout fi ve a long time, performed by way of the best rock writers in their generation—Barry Miles, Jonathan Cott, Charles Shaar Murray, John Swenson, and Greil Marcus between them—The Who at the Who presents the complete, fractious tale of a desirable band.

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The Who have been a mass of contradictions. They introduced mind to rock yet have been the darlings of punks. They have been the crucial studio act but have been additionally the best dwell allure on the earth. They completely meshed on level and displayed an entire loss of own chemistry offstage. in addition to nice concert events and ultimate audio reports, the Who supplied nice reproduction.

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