When a collector uncovered a copy of Darrell Banks's Open the Door to Your Heart on the London label recently, he didn't know what he'd stumbled upon Record collecting has always been a world of troubled
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If you told a wide-eyed mod from 1965 that not only would the Who still be together 50 years later, they’d be headlining something called a festival (for the second time, no less), you would get quite
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Lambert & Stamp: The men who made The Who Stamp, Townshend & Lambert Somewhere in the ghostly margins of Lambert and Stamp, there is a brilliant film about a 1960s rock’n’roll band. The film is stylish
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