Following The Who's demise in 1982 the late John Entwistle went about assembling a new backing band, 'hand picking' the members, including Prism vocalist Henry Small and drummer Zak Starkey (ex ASAP and son of Ringo Starr).
So here we find the first (?) musical to appear in Glory Daze, so it seems that when a musician has achieved such high levels as Pete Townshend, what do they do? They write a musical based on a children's book..
"It's Hard' is not the complete write-off that many have made it out to be. Ultimately this is a great album, just a radical departure for Who loyalists of the day who were probably expecting another 'Tommy' or 'Who's Next'.
..twenty four years between studio releases may be a record in rock history, but considering the artist is a legend, The Who, this fact can easily be dismissed. Having given so much to rock as a whole means The Who have earned the right to take such time..