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Music  |   Film  |  Non-fiction 

Why this book? It is my account of a time and a place, of making films and a group called The Who.


Together, like it or not, we made a special documentary feature-length movie called The Kids Are Alright, named after one of their songs, which have the happy habit of turning into anthems for their place and time.


Almost all the main players in this drama about the film's production were in their twenties or thirties when this story was taking place in the early 1970s.


I was a young but relatively experienced filmmaker of about 26 when it started, and about 28 when it ended, although I felt like an old geezer.

The audio book version, read by Tony KLinger, will be coming soon.

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