Pretend You're In A War

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Pop music was breaking boundaries and redefining rules in the 1960s and The Who represented its most aggressive and confrontational face. Assessing the achievements of the band (and its managers Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp) in the context of the changing times, this analysis charts The Who’s progress from an Acton school jazz band in 1961 to the performance of the rock opera Tommy at New York’s Metropolitan Opera House in 1970.

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Pretend You're In A War

Pretend You're In A War

The Who & the Sixties

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Paperback398pp Illustrated198x129mm

9781781315231     Product Code: 501992

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Pop music was breaking boundaries and redefining rules in the 1960s and The Who represented its most aggressive and confrontational face. Assessing the achievements of the band (and its managers Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp) in the context of the changing times, this analysis charts The Who’s progress from an Acton school jazz band in 1961 to the performance of the rock opera Tommy at New York’s Metropolitan Opera House in 1970.

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