The group The Who said on his website that for this new album, he was thinking of collaborating with director T-Bone Burnett. This disc will succeed Endless Wire (2006), the Who's first album in 24 years.
"I hope to compose songs for a more conventional Who album"said guitarist Pete Townsend on the band's website, stating that Burnett is a "old friend".
The artist also indicates that the group could perform several concerts this summer. However, he excludes the programming of a tour, preferring to devote himself to the composition of this album.
Pete Townsend and Roger Daltrey could soon revisit one of their classics: Quadrophenia. No details have yet been released concerning this project.
The Who will launch this year, probably in September, two DVDs. The first shot on film December 14, 1969 at the London Coliseum is an integral recovery of Tommy. The second concert was recorded on December 15, 1977 at the Gaumont State Theater in Kilburn.
The legendary British band The Who happened in France in June 2007 at Paris Bercy. The training of Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend began a world tour in September 2006 in the United States.
Twenty-four years later It's Hard, the members of the mythical group of the 70's found their way back to the studios. On October 31, 2006, they published Endless Wire, an album containing titles recorded for the maxi Wire & Glass released in England.
The news of the famous formation of the 60s-70s, The Whohas been very busy since 2006. Reformed in 2004, the band of Peter Townshend and Roger Daltrey, the only two members still alive, presented in 2006 their rock opera, titled Wire and Glass.
Born in 1964, The Who, originally made up of Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, Keith Moon and John Entwistle, marked the 1970s by its rock tinged rhythm n 'blues. Among his most famous titles, we find My Generation and Will not Get Fooled Again.
The group published in 1969, Tommy the most famous rock opera so far. Played on stage in almost all of Woodstock, this album has propelled the group to the rank of superstar.