The Who - From the Bush to the Valley (+DVD)

Release Date: 09 July 2012
Artist: Who (The)
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But despite the vaguely yobbish image The Who were initially tarred with in the early 1960s - one somewhat encouraged by the groups' managers - the four young men who collectively adopted this long standing moniker were much more than just another bunch of wannabees with one eye on the birds and the other on the bank balance. In Pete, they were blessed with one of the top five songwriters to emerge in the 1960s; in Roger, the kind of nutter who really was one of the areas' hardest men but who also had a vocal style of such startling suitability for Townshend's songs it beggared belief; in John, a musician whose skills grounded the group but whose balanced approach also kept them from crossing the line of no return, and in Keith Moon, they benefited from bringing in quite probably the most extraordinary drummer, if not human being, to have graced a stage since the very concept of entertainment was first touted. This film investigates the early career of The Who and with the aid of rare archive, exclusive contributions from the band's closest confidantes, concert and studio footage, vintage interviews with The Who themselves and a host of other features, provides the finest independent documentary to emerge telling this part of the group's quite staggering story
Release Date: 09 July 2012
Artist: Who (The)

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Catalogue No: SGDVD067