Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who (2007)
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Oscar-winning filmmaker Murray Lerner and co-director Paul Crowder draw on the essential themes of The Who's music and lyrics to craft a definitive audio-visual document of the influential band's timeless legacy. From their origins as a 1960s R&B cover band to their transformation into the band that changed the course of rock and roll history, Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, Keith Moon, and John Entwistle's unstoppable, arena shaking juggernaut is followed as the men behind the music experience
Oct 30, 2007 Wide
Nov 6, 2007
Universal Studios Home Entertainment - Official Site
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An enjoyable enough primer that it may nurture fans to support the rockers in their old age.
It's all here, from the exploding drum kit on The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour in 1967 to the trampling deaths at the band's 1979 Cincinnati gig.
In the end, "The Kids are Alright" is still the superior documentary on the madness of The Who, but Crowder's story of the loudest band in the world is in its own right a fantastic exploration...
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