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Pete Townshend is the legendary lead guitarist and principal songwriter for The Who, one of the most influential rock-and-roll bands of all time. He is one of Rolling Stone's "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time" and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990. He resides in West London, where he was raised.
It feels like he wrote the book for himself as much as he did it for us, which makes it even better.
Book is very disjointed throughout where it looks like he is giving details then drops a fact in the makes you realize he left so much out.
I did some research on the two albums and saw that Pete Townshend was behind the music and lyrics of the band.
This would have have been a five star rating if the longer version before the big edit was available.Published 6 days ago by David B. Hughes
It comes from Meher Baba. All of the plays on “who” and “the who” are a coincidental connection to an improvement on the band’s name, from The High Numbers to Hair to The Who, and... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Cabin Dweller
not a bad read but not that great, comes off as a whiner a bit.Published 10 days ago by David Bowes
This was a disappointment. Should have been titled "Who am I." He clearly doesn't know.Published 21 days ago by Andrew L. Irwin
A disappointing read. I expected someone as talented and creative as Pete to produce a book that flowed and had spark. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rob T.