Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere: The Complete Chronicle of The Who, 1958-1978

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Virgin, 2007 - Rock musicians - 485 pages
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The most dynamic day-to-day chronicle of the band ever compiled. Organised by year, each chapter of the book gives an overview of the band's fortunes and presents in diary fashion exactly what the boys were doing including detailed information about concert tours, radio and television gigs, recording sessions, record releases and solo activities.

Providing a unique insight into the members' professional and personal relationships, there are also quotes from the band members as well as from individuals who knew them and worked with them throughout the years.

A unique collection of rare photographs and memorabilia puts the reader in the front row of one of the greatest rock acts ever to appear on stage.

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About the author (2007)

Andy Neill has written extensively about popular music and has regularly contributed to Record Collector and Mojo. Matt Kent is one of the key organisers of Who conventions in the UK and co-founder of the Who fan club Naked Eye.

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