The Who's summer 2002 US tour began on a sour note when bassist John Entwistle died the night before the first show. Pete and Roger carried on with Pino Palladino on bass. This DVD serves not only as a souvenier of a great tour, but also as a tribute to John.
The band can still rock really hard, and on this performance we are treated to songs that we don't often hear live, like "Another Tricky Day," "Amazing Journey" and "Sparks." Pino handles the bass lines rather well, especially on the classic solos during "My Generation." I was very impressed with every aspect this performance, and the video and sound quality are quite nice as well.
The bonus features on this DVD include interviews with Pete and Roger about their feelings on the tour, plus a collection of John Entwistles's artwork. These are really interesting to watch.
In conclusion, this is a great performance by the remaining band members. I recommend it to any Who fan. If John's absence really bothers you, skip this and get "The Kids Are Alright."