Veteran rocker PETE TOWNSHEND still draws inspiration from his contemporaries from the swinging sixties, and views Bob Dylan and Sir Paul McCartney as "extraordinary". The Who guitarist, whose career spans over 40 years, has relied on a variety of his fellow artists' best characteristics to guide him through his long and thriving creative period. He says, "Ray Davies (inspires me) for his storytelling. Paul MCCartney for his energy and self-confidence. Mick Jagger for his ability to work with so many loveable nutters. BOB DYLAN for his new moustache. "My generation was extraordinary. All of 'em."