|Rolling Stone magazine wrote: "Along with The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, The Who complete the holy trinity of British rock". It's hard to argue against that once you start to list what they have created and been a part of. From My Generation to Live At Leeds, from Tommy to Quadrophenia. They played at the Isle of Wight and Woodstock. Their live shows were faned for excess, with instruments destroyed along with the crowd's eardrums.||
We have a stand out gallery including the band performing in 1965 in front of Tower Bridge as well as shots from 1973's Quadrophenia Tour. Our favourite is Pete Townshend tossing his guitar in mid-air as he performs onstage at Atwood stadium in Flint, Michigan. That was the night Keith Moon was arrested and banned for life from the Holiday Inn chain.
|All the images start at just £45/$75 unframed or £75/$119 framed, are limited to editions of 495 and all are photographic c-type or Giclée prints on crystal archive paper, with solid wooden frames.
June's Artist of the Month 04/06/2013
The Who are June's Artist of the Month