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The Who - Under Review: 1964-1968

  • NR
  • DVD
  • 1 disc
  • Region 1 USA/CA (info)
  • The Who helped to define an attitude of rebellion during the 1960s, encapsulated in their anthemic hit "My Generation." Here, the band's influence, inspiration, and true story are explored by a group of experts who have lived and worked closely with the Who for many years. These include their former producer Shel Talmy, and an ex-MELODY MAKER journalist whose reviews helped give the band exposure. Alan Clayson, Keith Moon's biographer, adds his take on things, as do journalists Paolo Hewitt and Malcolm Dome (CLASSIC ROCK MAGAZINE). The commentary is interspersed with rare footage of live and studio performances, which features such songs as "The Kids Are Alright," "Pictures Of Lily," and "I Can See For Miles."
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    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): CVIS393

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