The Who and Why of ‘Lambert & Stamp’
THE WHO with Chris Stamp at left. Pete Townshend and Kit Lambert at Windsor Jazz Festival in 1966. ©PictorialPress.com

THE WHO with Chris Stamp at left. Pete Townshend and Kit Lambert at Windsor Jazz Festival in 1966. ©PictorialPress.com

By JAMES DAWSON

Front Row Features Film Critic

Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp only wanted to discover a band in swinging ’60s London so they could make a documentary about the experience in order to gain credibility as wannabe movie directors.

“We could manage a group, and how we did it would be the film,” remembers the latter, in the fascinating new documentary “Lambert & Stamp.” Instead, they set that strategy aside to devote all of their energies to nurturing and representing the four-piece they found, the band that would turn into classic rock titans The Who.

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