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The Who: Thirty Years of Maximum R&B (1994)

TV Movie  -   -  Documentary | Music  -  15 August 1994 (USA)
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Okay for a Who Documentary, better than pretty much anything else
24 October 2002 | by (Gresham, OR) – See all my reviews

Well, this could have been better. I really enjoyed it, but it definetley was missing somethings. Bottom line, it was The Who, and I knew it was going to be good any way, but this wasn't as good as i'd hoped. I'm glad they played some great underground hits, like "Water" (bet you've never heard of that one) and "My Wife", but they were missing a lot from their greatest album "Who's Next".

I am very glad that they had a great version of "Behind Blue Eyes", which is one of my favorite Who songs. But they didn't have other great songs, like "Baba O Riley", "The Seeker" (it wasn't off "Who's Next", but I still wanted to hear it), and especially "Won't Get Fooled Again", perhaps the greatest rock song ever, at least my favorite song (next to "Sympathy for the Devil", and Gimme Shelter").

Other than missing those three classics, it was a grand ole' time. They did great versions of "Can't Explain", "Magic Bus", "Boris the Spider" (one of the highlights of the video), and "Behind Blue Eyes". The Who and the Rolling Stones are my favorite band (oh, and Pink Floyd), so this was going to be good, hits or no hits! 10/10


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