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They are one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time. For over four decades, they have changed modern music as we know it. But some of their most famous performances have never been released... until now. On December 15, 1977, The Who performed before a select invited audience at the Gaumont State Theatre in Kilburn, North London, to record a concert for Jeff Stein's film, The Kids Are Alright, which turned out to be one of the last live performances by drummer Keith Moon. Shot in 35mm, this holy grail for fans has been digitally restored and remastered in high-definitiion for the ultimate The Who experience. This set also includes The Who's powerhouse London Coliseum gig from 1969, a never-before-seen rarity and one of the band's personal favorites. Take an amazing journey with The Who like you've never seen or heard them before, featuring their greatest hits and hours of incredible footage! It's the rock discovery of the year! Two incredible concerts - totaling 138 minutes! Kilburn Songs: "Can't Explain," "Substitute," "Baba O'Reilly (Teenage Wasteland)," "My Wife / Going Mobile," "Behind Blue Eyes," "Dreaming from the Waist," "Pinball Wizard," "I'm Free," "Tommy's Holiday Camp," "Summertime Blues," "Shakin' All Over," "My Generation," "Join Together," "Who Are You?," "Won't Get Fooled Again." London Coliseum Songs: "Heaven and Hell," "Can't Explain," "Fortune Teller," "Tattoo," "Young Man Blues," "A Quick One While He's Away," "Happy Jack," "I'm a Boy," "I'm Free," "Tommy's Holiday Camp," "See Me, Feel Me," "Summertime Blues," "Shakin' All Over," "My Generation" Plus 70 minutes of rare Coliseum bonus tracks and extended versions including the first-ever long performance of “Tommy.” Includes an extensive collectible booklet featuring liner notes by The Who: Maximum R&B author Richard Barnes, The Who art director and designer Richard Evans, former Spin and Vibe editor Alan Light, and Nigel Sinclair.
First off, for Keith Moon to be dead shortly after this concert is unreal. He looks and plays like he's in pretty good shape here. And The Who are at one of their peeks here. Read morePublished 1 month ago by frankyNY
Really enjoyed the concert. It brought back so many memories. Each member of the Who is special in their own way. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bruce V.
If you want to see the original lineup of "The Who" in cinematic quality video. Here's your chance!Published 7 months ago by Jeff H. Crowther Jr.
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|Wow, there's finally a listing for The Who Live at Kilburn 1977 coming...||
Hey bass boy,
I know. I've seen the posts too all over the web. It's about time they release this. It's not before September like they said, but better late than never. I hope it's an awesome DVD because they've waited so long to release this footage. I hope it's just as good as (if... Read More
Aug 12, 2008 by Eric Cartman | See all 10 posts
|The Who at Kilburn worth owning, definitely!!||
I didn't know The Ox was drunk, he doesn't sound it
It was hard to tell exactly what made Pete fly off the handle, with the amps. I agree completely with your analysis of the music; personally I think this was better than what they used in "TKAA." Why this stayed in the vaults is a...
Sep 11, 2008 by chester | See all 5 posts
|The Who Live at Kilburn 1977 to be shown on PBS in September!!||
yeah put it on my dyr,but would like to see it in one take,townsend and moon playing really well except for a few misses.seeing the who live again is great seen em in early 70's in thier heyday this wasw almost as good.like the part when pete says i got another guitar up here if you want to try... Read More
Nov 14, 2008 by Joseph K. Zyla | See all 3 posts
|Is there only one version of The Who at Kilburn 1977 DVD - No Best Buy...||
There is no Best Buy exclusive for the Kilburn '77 DVD. On another note, The Who Maximum R&B DVD is, apparently, going to be remastered and re-released in '09 with the Rockpalast '81 show included as a second disc. This is according to the official band site and comments from the fellow(Richard... Read More
Nov 24, 2008 by Ubaldo | See all 15 posts
|What would you like to see more from archival releases?||
Yes, I agree all of the above should be released! Why the Swansea show hasn't be released legitimately in remastered form is a mystery, as are the other two releases you mentioned. I remember when the King Biscuit Flower Hour was going to be released, about nine years ago, on CD, but it never... Read More
Dec 2, 2008 by bass boy | See all 5 posts
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