In his home studio and revisiting old haunts in Shepherd's Bush and Battersea, Pete Townshend opens his heart and his personal archive to revisit the Who's album Quadrophenia. Ethan Russell was an American photographer who had already shot the cover of The Beatles' album Let.
Roger Daltrey. The Who's life and times when they were making Quadrophenia . Not Rated 59min Documentary TV Movie 21 April · Quadrophenia.
Really worthwhile documentary for anyone who loves this amazing album. For me, Quadrophenia continues to unfold and I hear new things every time I return to.
I'm very surprised that Jimmy was not in the documentary. The BBC version runs 70 minutes, and the info about 'Chad' appears at the end.
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from the BBC programme Front Row, 26 December Peter Dennis Blandford Townshend (born 19 May ) is an English singer, songwriter, and In , Townshend received the Brit Award for Lifetime Achievement; the film Rock Around the Clock, sparking his fascination with American rock and roll.
The main attraction (from 9pm) is a new documentary, going by the name of Quadrophenia Can You See The Real Me?, which essentially is.
Quadrophenia director Franc Roddam helmed the film, which shocked BBC Three's award-winning Life and Death Row series is a.