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Behind Blue Eyes: Life of Pete Townshend By Geoffrey Giuliano

Behind Blue Eyes: Life of Pete Townshend
by Geoffrey Giuliano

This biography of musician Pete Townshend explores his often stormy relationship with his Who colleagues, his mercurial solo career, and the fierce battle with heroin and cocaine addiction that led to his well-publicized, mid-eighties anti-drug crusade.

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Behind Blue Eyes: Life of Pete Townshend Summary


Pete Townshend was given his first guitar at the age of 12, composed his first song at 16, and along with schoolmate John Entwistle, joined singer Roger Daltrey's band a year later. Renamed "The Who", they enlisted the drum-demolishing Keith Moon and soon enjoyed a string of international Townshend-composed successes, including "My Generation", "Pinball Wizard" and "Who Are You?" In this biography the author explores Townshend's often stormy relationship with his Who colleagues, his parallel up and down solo career, and the fierce battle with heroin and cocaine addiction that led to his well-publicized mid-eighties anti-drug crusade.

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GOR001097999
Behind Blue Eyes: Life of Pete Townshend
Geoffrey Giuliano
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
1996-12-05
382
0340637641
9780340637647
N/A
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