Lambert, whose father was a noted symphony conductor, had Townshend move into his and Stamp’s flat in posh Belgravia (where, hilariously, they were able to live more cheaply since the local merchants were used to extending long lines of credit to aristos) and introduced him to classical music and composers such as Purcell. BONUS … Without Lambert & Stamp, there might not have been The Who. Features interviews with Chris Stamp before his death, along with Roger …

Lambert eventually replaced Talmy as the group's producer in 1966, starting with "I'm a Boy," which reached number two on the UK singles chart. Lambert & Stamp tells the remarkable story of Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert, aspiring filmmakers who set out to find a subject for their underground movie, leading them to discover, mentor and manage the iconic band that would become known as The Who. This documentary traces how the younger brother of actor Terrance Stamp and the son of British composer and conductor Constance Lambert met and discovered a band then called the High Numbers who eventually became one of the biggest bands in the world. Track Record. Lambert et Stamp raconte l'incroyable histoire de Chris Stamp et Kit Lambert, des réalisateurs de la Nouvelle Vague, issus de milieux très différents, qui entreprennent de réaliser un film d'avant-garde.

LAMBERT AND STAMP tells the remarkable story of Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert, aspiring filmmakers from opposite sides of the tracks who set out to find a subject for their underground movie, leading them to discover, mentor and manage the iconic band that would become known as THE WHO. Lambert and Mr. Ceci les conduità découvrir, conseiller et manager le groupe emblématique, The Who. In 1967, Lambert and Stamp … If you're a fan of The Who, you're going to love Lambert & Stamp. Stamp weren’t looking to recreate it, exactly, but they were interested in making a high-art version. Featuring Chris Stamp, Kit Lambert with Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, Terence Stamp. LAMBERT & STAMP tells the remarkable story of Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert, aspiring filmmakers from opposite sides of the tracks who set out to find a subject for their underground movie, leading them to discover, mentor and manage the iconic band that would become known as The Who.

After the band was turned down by EMI, Lambert and Stamp signed them up with Shel Talmy, who had produced The Kinks hits, and whose company had an output deal through Decca Records in the UK.

Lambert and Aspiring filmmakers Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert set out to find a subject for their underground movie, one that will reflect the way it feels to be young and dissatisfied in postwar London.

This unlikely partnership of two men from vastly different backgrounds was inspired by the burgeoning youth culture of the early 1960s.