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I've got all sorts of things I want to say about Keith Moon. He used to be a lot of fun. Unfortunately he's turning into a little old man. It's a shame. He used to be young and unaffected by pop music but now he is obsessed with money. I still like him, and I don't really care what he thinks of me. He's the only drummer in England I really want to play with.

— Pete Townshend

Melody Maker - March 1966

Today in the Who's History


The Detours play at the Oldfield Hotel in Greenford


The Who play the Oasis Club in Manchester


The Who play Lanchester Polytechnic in Coventry. The Who plan to leave on a high note but after cutting down Tommy and losing “Summertime Blues “ and “Shakin' All Over “ they realize they've only played 45 minutes! Pete later declares the show a “disaster. “,


The Who play the Mid-South Coliseum in Memphis. Keith Moon “renovates “ his hotel room. Total bill for work done? $1400.


Pete is interviewed about the London Symphony Orchestra's Tommy for the programme Scene and Heard.


The Who play the Checkerdome in St. Louis


The Who play the Memorial Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina
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