Maximum Who: The Who in the Sixties

For the first time in one book, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle and Pete Townshend have all written text for Maximum Who, a pictorial document of The Who in the Sixties. 

Presenting legendary performances by The Who, such as the embryonic shows at the Goldhawk Club; recording on Ready Steady Go! and at the Duke of York's Barracks for American TV; live at the Richmond Jazz Festival in 1965; the Pembroke College May Ball in Oxford, and more. The Who are shown in the recording studio in the early days with Shel Talmy and Glyn Johns and later when recording Tommy. Rehearsal sessions are also pictured while more private moments are captured in photographs of Pete, Roger and John in their London homes, with their beloved cars, and in the quest for Mod clothes in Chelsea boutiques.

Several other key members of the band's circle, including Glyn Johns and Bob Pridden, as well as Pop Artist Peter Blake, add their thoughts on their experiences with the band. Extraordinary images coupled with the fresh and revealing text make this an edition of supreme importance to anyone interested in rock culture.

Signed by: Ross Halfin
Paper: 200gsm matt art paper
Binding: 1/4 Blue Leather, Red Cloth, Gilt Page Edging
Box: Slipcase with leather and gold foil details
Dimension: 250mm x 360mm
Pages: 272 pages

Maximum Who The Who in the Sixties