Track Records co-founder Chris Stamp dies, aged 70

RHIAN JONES

Chris Stamp, an early co-manager of The Who and Track Records founder passed away on Saturday, November 24 aged 70.

Stamp - who executive produced most of Track's albums and film projects starting in 1968 - died after battling cancer at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, reports Billboard.
 
Born and raised in London's East End, Stamp started out as a filmmaker and worked with the late Kit Lambert on various projects.

In 1963 the duo made ...


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