Peter Denis Blanford Townshend, 19-5-45 London. The windmill of The Who.
Solo he is less aggressive, his first solo is from '72. A year later he plays at the Rainbow-concert, with;
Eric Clapton &
Steve Winwood, among others.
Rough Mix ('77), with;
Charlie Watts,Chris Lawrence - doble bass,
Mel Collins- sax
Henry Spinetti- drums, among others.
White City ('85);
Simon Phillips- drums (Toto and many others),
Pino Palladino- bass,
Chris Stainton - keyboards (Joe Cocker and many more).Chucco Merchant - bass (in 2001/ 02 with David Gilmour), Mark Brezecki - drums,
Gilmour plays a few live-gigs with his friend in the following year and when the DVD-marqet is almost overfludded with dvd's there's live at Deep End too.
In '96 live in Hyde Park; The Who;
Zak Starkey (son of Ringo),
John Rabbit Bundrick,
In '99 he plays with;
(known from Pink Floyd)- keyboards,
Chucco Merchant - bass & percussion,
Pete Hope-Evans - mouth organ, jews harp,
Jody Linscott - percussion,
Tracy Langran - hi-string guitar, vocals.
Eddie Vedder has a small guest apperance.
A semi-acoustic set (a bit like David Gilmours Meltdown-concerts).
Crazy Arthur Brown ('68),
Thunderclap Newman ('70/ something in the Air),
Eric Clapton ('73),
Rough Mix / Ronnie Lane ('77),
Paul McCartney (Back to Egg; '79 with a.i. David Gilmour, Press to Play;'86),
David Bowie ('80),
Elton John ('82, '84, '85, '88),
Mick Jagger (She's the Boss; '84 and in 2001 again).
Sun City ('85).
He did some writing for David Gilmour's Pink Floyd (MLOR).
David Bowie (slow-guitar in 2002).
Updated 23 December 03