It wasn't as well written as Keith Richard's book nor did it have that good natured tone but well worth reading.
I have always loved Keith Moon's insane drumming but I swear, I'd have beaten the fool half to death he acted like that in a band I was in. Daltrey says 20% of it was pretty funny, the rest not so much.
Townsend? Seems an unlovely person in many ways but I was pleased that Daltrey exonerated him on those kiddy porn charges. The guy is a major talent - many of us have worked with such people and they can be a pain in the ass. But when you step on stage it seems worth it. Most of the time...
He goes into that microphone swinging thing. When I saw them I was astonished that he could do that. But I wouldn't want to be on stage with him while he played at it!
Biggest disappointment? Not much about Entwistle (played too loud, dark side etc) who is the guy in the Who that made it for me.
In the end, it reminded me a bit of Bill Wyman's book, only better. "I'm broke, my band hates me, and I just bought a sports car and a new house." But I think just possibly that Roger Daltrey is a pretty decent bloke and the stories were worth the read. A great Christmas present!