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A pretty cool rockumentary that has alot of performances by The Who that i hadnt previously seen.
Great organization of random clips, face melting
The Who at length. This is a compilation of interviews (largely with Pete Townsend) and performance footage from all phases of their career, from the early mod days with the frilly shirts and brocade jackets up until the present day of the film in 1979. There are such gems as their appearance as part of the Rolling Stones Rock & Roll Circus, a British TV interview where Keith Moon starts undressing mid-interview, a recording session for "Who Are You?", and it ends with a stage performance of "Won't Get Fooled Again". I've never been a huge Who fan, but this film could make me one. This film shows why they deserve the praise they get. They put on an outstanding show, and watching Keith Moon playing just leaves me awestruck. The only complaint I might have is that I would have like to have seen more interviews with the rest of the band, how their opinions about their music and their lives compare to to Townsend's rather negative view of things.
An excellent documentary of The Who. Rock fans have to see this. This documentary showcases all of The Who's greatest hits when the band was at its peak, culminating in a magnificent performance of Baba O' Riley.
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