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Kudos to him; there's just no stopping a guy who's genuinely having fun.
Bass solo is done on screen with John Entwistle while the drummer, Scott Devours plays live, Keith Moon does the Bell Boy vocals on screen, awesome for both.
This DVD is a great Who concert film and I highly recommend it to all Who fans.
Very good performance and rememberance concert I saw on February 22 2013 l miss Zac Starkey on drumsPublished 4 days ago by michael venus
This Blu-Ray deserves 5-stars. The performance is tremendous and Quadrophenia has been one of my favorite concept albums since childhood. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Evan Jacobson
I watched this all the way through and it seemed to lack the power and energy that i thought i needed the drumming was not up to standard well i thought anyway overall it was ok... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Music Lover 41
Really nice Blu Ray, if you like The Who, you need to have it. Awesome qualityPublished 1 month ago by Daniel U Ibri
One could say that this is not a very "respectable" way of shooting a live concert. After all, where is the "rest" of the band? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Perboir Moreira Filho
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|Does this include the 5.1 Studio Version as well||
The 5.1 remix of the studio album is only found in the Deluxe release, which, besides the blu-ray, a DVD, CD of the Concert, does contain the 5.1 remix of the original album. Mine arrived on Tuesday. Blown away by the great quality found on the Blu-Ray. Excellent job.
Jun 13, 2014 by Scott F Feighner | See all 3 posts