To celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Who, photographer Colin Jones has revisited some historic shots of the band. Starting with this one from 1966, a picture of the group standing in front of a Union Jack.
Keith Moon plays the drums in the studio in London.
Snapped in London, Pete Townshend gives the camera a steely stare.
John Entwistle plays guitar as he hangs out with his mum Queenie in his west London home.
In Manchester, Keith Moon and Pete Townshend meet a fan after a gig.
Pete Townshend and Keith Moon do a spot of shopping in ‘Just Men’ off King’s Road, west London.
Pete Townshend’s torn between two checked shirts in this picture, taken in a store off King’s Road.
Lying in bed, Roger Daltrey’s surrounded by sheet music and fashion magazines.
Colin Jones captures the band waiting to go on stage before a performance in Manchester. See more of Colin’s photos in exhibition at Fifty Years of The Who by Colin Jones, Proud Camden, 6th February – 23rd March 2014.