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Pete Townshend on Couch, London, 1968

Barrie Wentzell

"I went along with Chris Welch, ‘ace’ writer for the Melody Maker, to interview Pete who wanted to tell us about his new idea for a ‘concept album’. It was a cold and dark day and after much chat about music, art and the guru, Meha Babba, he told us about this story of a deaf, dumb and blind kid which he was working on. I thought that it seemed rather a sad and depressing theme, and that I couldn’t see how it would be accepted or would ever become a hit! Shows how much I knew since, as destiny was to show, “Tommy” became one of The Who’s biggest and best successes!"

20" x 16"

24" x 20"

40" x 30"

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