Category: the who mod

Baby Mod Whoozles! Looking adorable, but profo…

Baby Mod Whoozles! Looking adorable, but profoundly untrustworthy, via legacy

doobiebrothers: Keith & Roger. “My relat…

doobiebrothers:

Keith & Roger.

“My relationship with him was quite strange, really, because I was kind of an antagonist to him in the beginning, because I stood in front of him,” says Daltrey. “Keith always thought the drums should be at the front of the stage and that the singer should be out the back. But that was Keith, so what can you say? So we started off as kind of enemies and ended up as the best of friends.” ~ Roger Daltrey, 2018 [x]

Baby Mod Whos!

Baby Mod Whos!

Partying with The Who!

Partying with The Who!

Psychedelic Baby Whoozles!

Psychedelic Baby Whoozles!

Baby Mods! The Who on Ready Steady Go!, 1965.

Baby Mods! The Who on Ready Steady Go!, 1965.

amazingjournneys: Les Who

amazingjournneys:

Les Who

amazingjournneys: The British Invasion (The Wh…

amazingjournneys:

The British Invasion (The Who)

digthe60s: Japanese release of The Who’s singl…

digthe60s:

Japanese release of The Who’s single “Dogs/Circles”, 1968

“There was nothing in my life bigger than beer, excepting you little darling.” A playful nod to The Small Faces’ acid-spiked music hall mini-operas, both anchored and elevated by Keith Moon’s inimitable drumming. The Who have largely disavowed the track, but what the hell do THEY know? LOL

Pete Townshend, The Who, Monterey Pop 1967, by…

Pete Townshend, The Who, Monterey Pop 1967, by Elaine Mayes. “When the Who started smashing their instruments and releasing fog all over the stage the audience was incredulous. We had never seen smashing as aesthetics. It seemed wasteful and felt scary.”