If Tommy was made of bricks and mortar it would be Grade I listed by now. The tale of the deaf, dumb and blind kid with messianic tendencies is heritage rock, as safely establishment as the Albert Hall itself.
Pete Townshend wishes he had never joined The Who.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary re-release of The Who Live at Leeds, Elisa Bray looks at the history of one of the greatest live albums ever, while musicians choose the albums that define the genre for them
Chris Difford created a canon of clever, catchy pop hits with Glenn Tilbrook. He tells Elisa Bray why the duo have buried their differences to write, record, and tour again