There are no harsher critics of The Who’s work than the group themselves. This unique book and film review draws on rare documentary footage of The Who in performance from television and radio archives around the world. We also hear the first hand accounts of insiders from the Who plus the incisive views of a leading team of music crtitics and working musicians to discover the influences which shaped some of the greatest rock music ever recorded.
THE BOOK Accompanying this unique film is the 72 page book ‘The Who and the Press 1965-1978’ featuring a comprehensive review of the relationship between the band and its critics. The book features extensive reflections on life inside the Who touring machine and draws upon press interviews with the band throughout their long career. This totally independent film and book review was made with complete editorial freedom. The recollections expressed have not been censored or reviewed by the interviewees making this the ultimate hard hitting independent review on film and in print of the career of
The Who from the inside in the words of those who really matter; the musicians themselves. Synopsis The Who are unquestionably one of the finest acts of the rock generation--alongside the Rolling Stones, they continue to be spoken of as the greatest rock-&-roll band in the world. This program offers unparalleled insight into the band's long-running career through behind-the-scenes archival footage, rare live-performance clips, and interviews with rock critics and former band members.
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