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The Who by Numbers : The Story Of 'The Who' Through Their Music - Alan Parker

The Who by Numbers

The Story Of 'The Who' Through Their Music

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Emerging from the mid-1960s R&B mod scene with furious teenage anthems like 'My Generation', The Who were the wildest, angriest and loudest kids on the block.

And in spite of Townshend's most famous line - 'hope I die before I get old' - and unlike so many of their rivals, The Who lived to forge more mature works in the late 1960s and the 1970s with the phenomenal success of their pioneering rock opera, Tommy, their revered song collection Who's Next and Townshend's mod masterpiece Quadrophenia.

Explanatory Notep. 07
Prologue: The Arrival of The Who - 1958-64p. 11
Instant Party - 1965p. 15
Subtitutes And Legal Matters - 1966p. 29
Cynical Psychedelia - 1967p. 43
Opera Rocks - 1968-69p. 57
Tougher, Harder, Heavier - 1970p. 75
Brave New World, Brave New Sound - 1971p. 83
Tantrums, Tapes And Tranquilisers - 1972-73p. 103
Shades of Nostalgia - 1974p. 121
Tommy Blues: All Alone With A Bottle - 1975-76p. 131
Farewell Dear Boy - 1977-78p. 151
Are The Kids Alright? - 1979p. 171
Can't Face It - 1980-81p. 185
Trying Harder - 1982-84p. 201
The Long Road: Farewell, The Ox - 1985-2004p. 213
Endless Wires And Honours - 2005-08p. 227
Afterwordp. 243
Instant Access Tracksp. 245
Authors' Notesp. 247
Selective Discographiesp. 251
Selective DVD Listingp. 269
Bibliographyp. 273
About the Authorsp. 277
Acknowledgementsp. 279
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ISBN: 9781905139262
ISBN-10: 1905139268
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 285
Published: 23rd June 2010
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.7  x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.422