Who I Am: A Memoir

Who I Am: A Memoir

Pete Townshend


From the voice of a generation:

...smashed his first guitar onstage, in 1964, by means of accident.
...heard the voice of God on a vibrating mattress in rural Illinois.
...invented the Marshall stack, suggestions, and the concept that album.
...stole his windmill guitar-playing from Keith Richards.
...detached from his physique in an aircraft, on LSD, and approximately died.
...has a few explaining to do.
...is the main literary and literate musician of the final fifty years.
...planned to write down his memoir while he was once 21.
...published this e-book at 67.

One of rock music's such a lot clever and literary performers, Pete Townshend—guitarist, songwriter, editor—tells his closest-held tales in regards to the origins of the preeminent twentieth-century band The Who, his personal profession as an artist and performer, and his stressed lifestyles out and in of the general public eye during this candid autobiography, Who I Am.

With eloquence, fierce intelligence, and brutal honesty, Pete Townshend has written a deeply own booklet that still stands as a prime resource for well known music's maximum epoch. Readers might be faced via a guy laying naked who he's, an artist who has requested for almost sixty years: who're you?

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