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Our next single is really pop-art. I wrote it with that intention. Not only is the number pop-art, the lyrics are young and rebellious. It's anti-middle-age, anti boss-class and anti young marrieds.

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Melody Maker July 3, 1965

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1963
The Detours perform at St. Mary's Ballroom in Putney opening for the Rolling Stones. Pete gets to meet the Stones through an introduction by his friend Glyn Johns, then the lead singer for the group The Presidents. Brian Jones and Mick Jagger are quite friendly to a star-struck Pete. Standing backstage, he sees Keith Richards swinging his arm in a circle as a warm-up before the curtain is raised on the Stones' performance. Within the next week, Pete takes that motion and makes it part of his stage act; spinning his arm furiously while crashing his fingers against the strings of the guitar, a move subsequently called "the windmill. "",

1963
The Who play in Putney

1964
The Who play at the Marquee Club in London.

1964
The Who play in London

1967
An appearance on the at the Olympia in London as part of the "Christmas On Earth Continued" festival is cancelled. The reason given in The Who Fan Club Newsletter is that Pete "cracked one of his fingers that week and couldn't play."

1973
The Who play the Edmonton Sundown

1973
The Who play in London

1975
The Who play in London

1985
Pete and his wife Karen preside over the Snowball Review in aid of the Chiswick Family rescue

1999
The Who play in London


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