I am thoroughly enjoying the audio CD edition of Pete Townshend‘s biography, Who I Am, A Memoir. Narrated by Pete himself, it places you front and center with The Who through Pete’s reflective candor. The book is re-surging my interest in The Who. I am at the halfway point of the 15 CD audio book (19 hours). I plan to write a review of Who I Am, A Memoir after I digest all Pete has to share.
I have played The Who first live recording, The Who Live At Leeds at high volume this week 😉
- Pete Townshend and David Walliams tipped for book awards (sfluxe.com)
- Pete Townshend Explains How His Famous Windmill Came To Be (wzlx.cbslocal.com)
- Pete Townshend: ‘I can get a bit self-righteous’ (guardian.co.uk)
- Pete Townshend on The Who and his memoirs Who I Am: A Memoir (thesun.co.uk)