Formed in 1964 and still going strong in 2020, the Who are one of the most popular and enduring bands in the history of rock. The legendary debut album My Generation and a string of hit singles paved the way for Live At Leeds, hailed as the best live rock album of all time, and the best selling Who's Next.
The first in a new series focussing in on a particular year and a genre within that year. One of the key years in the development of rock music - 1967 produced albums like Sgt Pepper by The Beatles and Piper At The Gates Of Dawn by Pink Floyd. The year is also synonymous with The Summer Of Love - focussed on San Francisco .
More than 10 years after his final episode of Doctor Who, The End of Time, this unofficial book aims to examine the enduring popularity of the Tenth Doctor, with comprehensive reviews for all of David Tennant's episodes, behind the scenes trivia and a guide to some of the locations that were used to create a television legend.
A new edition of this much loved and remarkable book, first published in 2000 (ISBN 9781900711098). It is the story of Welsh tearaways saved from a life of crime by the benign influence of rock'n'roll - they bought guitars and formed a band.
U2 were Formed at a Dublin Secondary School by Adam Clayton, Bono, The Edge and Larry Mullen Jr. Like most bands, they wanted to be among the best in the world. By 1991, with Achtung Baby in the pipeline and War, The Unforgettable Fire and The Joshua Tree behind them, they were arguably deserving of that intention.