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A second disc contains superb outtakes from Amazing Journey, with an emphasis on the wisdom of Daltrey and Townshend, both in their 60s, examining their individual artistries. Who fans and musicians alike will certainly enjoy an exciting analysis, from the likes of the Edge, Simon Townshend (Petes brother and member of the Whos backing band) and Eddie Vedder, of Townshends gifts as a guitarist. A wonderful mini-documentary co-directed by D.A. Pennebaker (Dont Look Back) captures a recording session from 2003, and footage of the High Numbers in a 1964 performance (from an aborted film by the Whos late co-manager, Kit Lambert) is a remarkable artifact. --Tom Keogh
Great DVD set but buy it with the bonus disc.
The Kids Are Alright, by contrast, is a fan's love letter, the uber-mix tape to show why this band is great musically, and generates such passion amongst its fans.
This documentary has all kinds of great insight into the band with firsthand accounts of their exploits and creative process.
I really enjoyed this documentary.
As a long time fan of the WHO, I found this film educational and thought provoking. Read more
An excellent overview of one rock's most rocking bands, Amazing Journey is full of truly intelligent interviews, and blissfully free of the excessive worship that plagues many... Read morePublished 5 months ago by K. Swanson
Interesting (because the Who were my first favorite band), but the narration and editing/effects are jarring, annoying and weird. Read morePublished 6 months ago by TFR
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|I can't believe they ditched the 1969 London Coliseum and Kilburn '77...||
I agree that I would like to see more complete shows from various periods. A lot of people think that Pete's "white boiler suit" period from 1969 to 1971 was The Who's live stage zenith. But some others beg to differ. The Ox contended that the band hit their live peak in 1976. It all... Read More
Oct 27, 2007 by Carl A. Johnson | See all 33 posts
|That was Leeds in disc one, yes?!?!?||
What makes you think Townshend and Daltrey won't release these full clips on future releases? They already put 3/4 of the Chicago 1979 gig as a bonus disc on the Best Buy version. I'm sure, with the band's new Web site launching this month with their music and videos going online, that some of... Read More
Nov 21, 2007 by bass boy | See all 6 posts
|6 quick ones?||
There's not really any complete concert clips on the second disc, just pieces when talking about the guys' individual instrumental talent. The only complete concert clips is two songs (complete) from a hotel gig in 1964, which is pretty cool. The individual segments about the individuals' talents... Read More
Nov 4, 2007 by bass boy | See all 5 posts
|Buyer "Best" beware - 90 minute bonus concert DVD||
The bonus third disc at BB has 93 minutes of The Who's Chicago 1979 concert. It has 15 of that night's songs, but is missing 10 songs from that concert. For some reason, Townshend and Daltrey (and manager Bill Curshibley) only wanted the bulk of the show on the DVD. "Won't Get Fooled... Read More
Nov 2, 2007 by bass boy | See all 5 posts
|London Coliseum and Kilburn||
I would love to hear that too, the details. Maybe the one who posted that info works for Universal, or is somehow close to The Who's management. With the band's new Web site launching recently and all of their music/videos available - or soon to be available - on the site, I wouldn't... Read More
Dec 20, 2007 by bass boy | See all 15 posts
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