The Who

The Who The Who are the great survivors of British rock music still together after ten years at the top That in itself is unique Even remarkable The Who were the first British group to make people take rock

  • Title: The Who
  • Author: George Tremlett
  • ISBN: 9780860070696
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Who are the great survivors of British rock music still together after ten years at the top That in itself is unique Even remarkable, The Who were the first British group to make people take rock music seriously, first with songs that told story, and then with the world s first rock opera, Tommy , now filmed by Ken Russell Each of them has developed separateThe Who are the great survivors of British rock music still together after ten years at the top That in itself is unique Even remarkable, The Who were the first British group to make people take rock music seriously, first with songs that told story, and then with the world s first rock opera, Tommy , now filmed by Ken Russell Each of them has developed separate careers Townshend as a writer, Entwistle and Daltrey as solo performers, and Moon with film appearances in That ll Be The Day and Stardust and yet remained a potent force in rock music, producing their second major work, Quadrophenia This book tells you how it all happenedwhat brought them together they survived catastrophe and crisis they conquered the Stateswhat Tommy has meant to their lives It isE WHO

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    About "George Tremlett"

    1. George Tremlett

      George Tremlett became a rock writer when the rock and pop music began in the mid 1950s He left King Edward VI School in Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire, in 1957 and spent four years on the Coventry Evening Telegraph, writing their daily tv column and reviewing all the visiting pop package shows.In 1961 he moved to London and became a freelance writer, working part time for the New Musical Express He later became the London correspondent for television and pop music magazines in Japan, Holland, Sweden, the United States, Belgium, Germany, Australia, New Zealand and Finland In this role he was partnered by his wife and together they also contributed to most major British teenage magazines.Outside of pop journalism, George Tremlett pursued a political career as a member of the Greater London Council, and served as a councillor in Richmond Upon Thames.

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    1. 1st Read: May 15, 1997 - May 21, 1997 (*** Rating) A story on The Who by the band and put into motion from George Tremlett. It was a nice change to bring in another group to the biography section of my reading material. The book was not outrageous as the some of the others have been, (re: The Doors, Janis and Jimi). Again, a nice change to read about excess on a different level. Enjoyable reading from one hell of a band! 2nd Read: September 20, 2017 - September 21, 2017 (** Rating) A look at the [...]


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