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More albums from Pete Townshend: The Oceanic Concerts by Pete Townshend. The Iron Man (The Musical By Pete Townshend) by Pete Townshend. Happy Birthday by Pete Townshend. Scoop 3 by Pete Townshend. View all albums . An Exclusive Interview With Pete Townshend. By: Pete Townshend (1982, Non-Music). 1. More albums from Pete Townshend: The Oceanic Concerts by Pete Townshend.
The Who’s Pete Townshend is always busy. To many fans' dismay, it’s not always with Who projects. Townshend is currently on the road for the Classic Quadrophenia tour, which is performed by a symphony orchestra and Townshend, Billy Idol, and British tenor Alfie Boe, and completely transforms the Who’s landmark 1973 album. Townshend couldn’t be more proud of the result and took some time to explain to Ultimate Classic Rock how the project began, Idol and Boe’s roles in the performance and how Keith Moon was unlike any other drummer.
Giriş Yap. Pete Townshend. The new Who album is slowly taking shape. See the full story and more at ww. hewho. Pete: Day 8 - Who Studio Sessions - The Who.
One of his generation's definitive voices, the lead songwriter and guitarist for the Who pursued a fascinating, idiosyncratic path for his solo work.
Interview : Pete Townshend Speaks About White City. Live, 1993, Polygram.
Peter Townshend, the well-known guitarist, is the group’s main force, the author of most of the material, the composer of most of the music and the impetus behind the Who’s stylistic stance. This interview began at 2:00 . after the Who’s recent appearance at the Fillmore in San Francisco. Nobody quite remembers under what circumstances it was concluded. Listen to Pete Townshend talk about the genesis of smashing his guitar: In This Article: The Who. Want more Rolling Stone?
Pete Townshend has written a new song for a UK touring production of his classic rock musical Tommy, reports the BBC. The show will feature a cast of 22 including deaf, disabled and non-disabled actors from the Ramps on the Moon theatre project. It opens at the New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich on 30 March, complete with ‘Acid Queen 2,’ a new torch song written for the second act by The Who‘s songwriter and guitarist. The casting and production approach of the new version of The Who’s 1969 album captured Townshend’s imagination. When I heard that there was a new planned production of Tommy, I was pleased of course, he says in the BBC report. But when I heard they planned to do a production featuring actors with disabilities of various kinds, that will actually throw new light on the original story, I became very excited.
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- Executive Producer – Bob Meyrowitz, Peter L. Kauff
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