The Who: The Kids Are Alright (1979)
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Release Date: Dec 31, 1979 Wide
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The classic rock group The Who are featured in this 1979 documentary about the career of the group. It is enhanced by rare footage of the performers, including a television interview with the later-deceased Keith Moon. Highlights include footage from many of the band's early performances. Among the many songs featured are "Magic Bus," "Won't Get Fooled Again," "My Generation," "Young Man's Blues," "Happy Jack," and excerpts from the innovative rock-opera Tommy. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi
Dec 31, 1979 Wide
Sep 30, 2003
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... a scrappy, vibrant musical portrait painted in the bold colors of rock itself: impassioned lyrics, power chords, crashing drums and smashing guitars.
I can't explain, so you'll just have to tune into "My Generation" to get the Who's status as one of the all-time great bands.
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