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LISTENING TO YOU: THE WHO AT THE ISLE OF WIGHT captures the only complete live performance of The Who's legendary rock opera "Tommy" ever recorded. It is also one of the last times the band played this classic album in its entirety on stage.
1. Heaven And Hell
2. I Can't Explain
3. Young Man Blues
4. I Don't Even Know Myself
6. Shakin' All Over
7. Spoonful/Twist And Shout
8. Summertime Blues
9. My Generation
10. Magic Bus
12. It's A Boy
13. Eyesight To The Blind (The Hawker)
15. The Acid Queen
16. Pinball Wizard
17. Do You Think It's Alright
18. Fiddle About
19. Go To The Mirror
20. Miracle Cure
21. I'm Free
22. Tommy's Holiday Camp
23. We're Not Gonna Take It
BONUS FEATURE: An exclusive 30 minute interview with Pete Townshend!
RESTORED! REMIXED!! REMASTERED!!!
Under the expert supervision of Who guitarist Pete Townshend and director Murray Lerner, this historic film has been completely restored, remixed, and remastered to an astonishing level that needs to be seen and heard to be believed!
The Who / Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970: This is a wonderful performance by The Who.
The ridiculously loyal Who fan in me REALLY wants to buy the damned thing just so I can have a more complete version of the show on DVD.
For them, it was just another night on the job, (although it seems to have been an exceptionally good one.)
A fantastic performance! This has pretty good sound and not a bad video for back then.Published 22 days ago by Joel Johnson
Very good show of the early Who. All of the original band members are in this performance. The show is great. Sound quality is very good. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Willis A. Allen
Love this and I am so thankful that someone had the presence of mind to record this amazing event. I just wish that teh camera had panned back a bit so you could see the whole... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Debra K Martson
By a 46 year avid Who fan who considers them the best rock band of all time. Not counting the million dollar stage productions of more modern bands, I think that they are the best... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Fred Turek
Good coverage, good quality. However, it looks like some of the early songs may have been dubbed.Published 7 months ago by tryagain
the film is from the Isle of Wight but the audio is from Live at Leeds. same as the CD. the producer of the who whose name I won't mention, is nortorious for this. Read morePublished 7 months ago by G. Mariner
Just a great dvd, especially for a fan. Even if you just like rock music, this is a real good dvdPublished 9 months ago by D. Ryan