The Who: Tommy
Chris Welch, Melody Maker, May 1969
A DOUBLE ALBUM can often prove a boring disappointment these days, with the gimmick presentation becoming more important than the quality of the music. Pete Townshends opera for the Who succeeds in maintaining interest and a high standard throughout the four sides.
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