Three legendary bands are revered as the holy trinity of modern rock and roll: The Beatles. The Rolling Stones. The Who. This landmark publication is the first official history of The Who featuring exclusive access to never-before-published images and memorabilia from the band's own archive, and from other sources including collectors and fans.
Blending memoir, history, and music, The Who explores the influences that shaped the band and its members, from Britain’s post-war austerity to Elvis, Lonnie Donnegan, and American youth counter-culture. It follows them through the Mod and Pop years and the furiously fast sixties, and charts the hit singles 'My Generation,' 'I’m a Boy,, 'The Kids Are Alright,' and 'Pinball Wizard.' It revels in memories of making it big in America and inspiring Jimmy Hendrix to set his guitar on fire, and much more.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Ano da edição||2015|
|País de Origem||Estados Unidos|
|Número de Páginas||320|