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QWell, you d have to be an outrageous fan of The Who to want to read every word of this chronicle of all of their live performances and other activities.Of course my favorite is November 22, 1967, the day The Who came to play at my high school True story I was there Second row. I remember seeing this one in Barnes and Noble and oooing and ahhhing over it until I got it for my birthday It is a huge book, which is currently sitting on the bottom of a stack in my bookshelf Much like the concert file book, it isn t really a cover to cover read. Review from here Essential reading for the fan as they say Anyway Anyhow Anywhere The Complete Chronicle of the Who by Andy Neill and Matt Kent Virgin Books, 2007 485 pages.This is a tome, but in a good way On putting it down I was left with the feeling that little was left to be said The people who were there can write what they saw and thought and felt, but as a record of what s on the record what the band did, where they went, what they recorded, who they played with, that kind of s Review from here Essential reading for the fan as they say Anyway Anyhow Anywhere The Complete Chronicle of the Who by Andy Neill and Matt Kent Virgin Books, 2007 485 pages.This is a tome, but in a good way On putting it down I was left with the feeling that little was left to be said The people who were there can write what they saw and thought and felt, but as a record of what s on the record what the band did, where they went, what they recorded, who they played with, that kind of stuff this is unlikely to be replaced, except perhaps by a later edition of itself.Whether you want to know all that, well The main feeling I was left with on putting it down was sadness at what happened to Moon This is partly because the book takes his death, roughly coinciding with the release of Who Are You, as the end of the chronicle, but it is also because his escapades take up a disproportionate amount of the book The authors are not unduly fascinated by the escapades they just take a lot of pages to outline Moon clearly desperately needed to be loved, watched, laughed at And the times when that was not happening were so unbearable that nothing could fill the gap, not even horse tranquillisers His anxiety and insecurity must have been towering They killed him at 32, overweight, worn down by his own excess An overdose of a drug designed to fight the craving for alcohol killed him He would have lasted longer had he just kept drinking even if he was taking champagne, brandy and amphetamines for breakfast He was supposed to take one, to a maximum of three per day, to still his cravings for alcohol When they found him six had dissolved in his stomach at once, killing him There werethan twenty others still undissolvedThe book deals with all these big stories by being plain It lays out the facts pretty baldly A few opinions are put forward here and there, but rarely If you re interested in the band, or in classic rock of the 60s and 70s, it is an interesting read, encyclopaedic In a quite way it fights the glory that is stupidly heaped upon the likes of Moon, Winehouse and Cobain and so many others Just by telling it plainly Andrew pretty much got it down, a lot of biographies are hard to trust But nothing in here sounded the alarms for wut the to the internet Because some biographies have made me prove them wrong before. One of my favorite books about one of my favorite bands Very comprehensive, well written, and full of great pictures. They are my favorite band eva It s an awesome book to have for any music fan |DOWNLOAD PDF ♇ Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere; The Complete Chronicle of The Who: The Complete Chronicle of THE WHO 1958-1978 ⚔ A completely revised and updated edition of the best book written on one of the world s greatest, and most explosive, rock bands The Who Organized by year, it has all the most current information about the band s classic years fromimagescapture The Who s journey from raucous rb interpreters to roiling rockers The Washington PostThe Who put on one of the most astounding stage shows ever seen culminating in a blaze of smashed up instruments and took popular music to new heights with the first rock opera Together, songwriter Pete Townshend, sexy lead singer Roger Daltrey, guitarist John Entwhistle, and drumming wild man Keith Moon redefined rock Here, in a series of day to day diaries brimming with enthusiasm, thoroughness, and fresh information, is the tale of their performing career The authors gained rare access to various official archives, many not viewed before to friends and associates some of whom had never spoken publicly about their relationship with the group and to Pete, Roger, and John themselves Three hundred photos capture the charismatic band, Daltrey has contributed a foreword, and the diaries recount club dates, TV appearances, auditions, and recordings No Who fan can do without this unprecedented and engrossing look at the band A complete, almost day by day, account of The Who s career from the early days to the death of Keith Moon. brilliant chronicle of the bands concerts , basically written in a diary format. Had to replace my hardcover after it got wrecked in a damp basement