There is no harsher critic of a bands output than the artists themselves, and the members of the Who have always been forthright in their criticism of their own work. This penetrating independent film review draws on exclusive interviews with Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, Keith Moon and John Entwistle to produce the most frank and candid inside appraisal of the music of The Who ever produced, exploring why the music worked, and occasionally; why it didn't. Drawing on rare footage of The Who in performance Townsend himself describes in the frankest manner how the music was created and the philosophy behind the work of The Who and how the band has adapted and changed over the years. This totally independent film was made with complete editorial control and has not been censored or reviewed by the interviewees. The film relies exclusively on interviews from around the world given on television and radio and in the press by those who really matter; the band themselves.