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Lisa Robinson, Pete Townshend - An Exclusive Interview With Pete Townshend

Lisa Robinson, Pete Townshend - An Exclusive Interview With Pete Townshend

Performer: Lisa Robinson, Pete Townshend
Title: An Exclusive Interview With Pete Townshend
Style: Interview
Released: 1982
Country: US
Label: ATCO Records, D.I.R. Broadcasting Corp.
Size MP3 version: 2549 mb
Size FLAC version: 1797 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 548
Genre: Sounds

Lisa Robinson, Pete Townshend - An Exclusive Interview With Pete Townshend


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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
nonePete Townshend An Exclusive Interview With Pete Townshend ‎(2xLP, Promo)ATCO RecordsnoneUS1982


  • Executive Producer – Bob Meyrowitz, Peter L. Kauff
  • ProducerJohn Platt


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – D.I.R. Broadcasting Corp.
  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation


But Townshend also longs to escape the immense, monolithic money generator he has been tied to these past 50 years. In this startling new interview, rocks most candid genius reflects on Entwistle and Moon, on Page and the Stones, on dying at Steve Stranges club and on his still tempestuous relationship with Roger Daltrey. Theres a desire I have to do a show which is crap. Go out in front of a bunch of devoted Who fans and say, Listen, you bunch of fucking cunts. Fuck off. Dont come back Ive always had this feeling, ever since I came out of art school, begins Pete Townshend, as he. An interview with Pete Townshend from September 2017. Townshend is currently on the road for the Classic Quadrophenia tour, which is performed by a symphony orchestra and Townshend, Billy Idol, and British tenor Alfie Boe, and completely transforms the Whos landmark 1973 album. Townshend couldnt be more proud of the result and took some time to explain to Ultimate Classic Rock how the project began, Idol and Boes roles in the performance and how Keith Moon was unlike any other drummer. What pushed you to transform Quadrophenia into a symphonic work . Peter Townshend, the well-known guitarist, is the groups main force, the author of most of the material, the composer of most of the music and the impetus behind the Whos stylistic stance. This interview began at 2:00 A. after the Whos recent appearance at the Fillmore in San Francisco. Nobody quite remembers under what circumstances it was concluded. Listen to Pete Townshend talk about the genesis of smashing his guitar: Popular on Rolling Stone. In This Article: The Who. From left, Pete Townshend, Keith Moon, Roger Daltrey and John Entwistle. The Visualeyes ArchiveRedferns, via Getty Images. Authentic to what cause Authentic to the perceived, accepted ideal of a rock star. Now, online, youll see a throwaway statement - rock is dead - which is something that we in our genre have been considering since the 70s. Townshend is at right. Michael Ochs ArchivesGetty Images. Is that performance standard an anachronism Lets just talk about the Who. What people want from the Who is the music to be live, I suppose. And yet, for example, we cheat by having musicians on the stage who can read musical charts as if theyre computers. Headline: 'Pete Townshend says thanks God Moon, John Entwistle are dead they were fucking difficult to play with . This was said as part of an interview in response to a series of questions about Who history, the early days and how it is today. Pete For fucks sake put a LID on IT No one can ever know how much I miss Keith and John, as people, as friends and as musicians. To this day I am angry at Kei. Listen to all tracks of An Exclusive Interview With Pete Townshend for is an excerpt from a 1968 interview Pete Townshend did with Rolling Stone magazine founder Jann minutes into our interview, and Pete Townshend is tucking in with the gusto that has stood him well these 70 years: to anecdotes, to philosophies, to past and future plans, to the plate of biscuits and pastries that has been placed in front of us in this drowsy Richmond hotel near his south-west London home. Between album and concert comes another burst of Who action: the band is headlining the main Pyramid Stage on the final night of Glastonbury this month. Was it an immediate yes when the offer came through from Worthy Farm I dont think it was an immediate yes from Roger, Townshend replies. The story begins with the historically contentious duo swearing that theyre friends. I used to say that I love him, but with my fingers crossed, Townshend said of his bandmate. Now, I like him too. I like all his eccentricities, his foibles, his self-obsession, and his singer thing. Everything about him. Daltrey, in a separate interview, said, I hope he realizes I care about him. The following q. Pete Townshend and the Deep End Band played live for two benefit outings - November 1 and 2, 1985 at the Brixton Academy - to help support Townshend's own Double O' Charities. The performances are excerpted here and were used in a made-for-home-video, also called Pete Townshend's Deep End Live. Initially, a promotional 12 EP of the show was released to AOR radio stations in August of 1986