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The Who: Live in Boston (2003)

This film documents The Who's 2002 performance at Mansfield, Massachusetts. Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey decided to complete the tour after John Entwistle's death, and made it a lasting tribute to their fallen comrade.

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John Bundrick ...
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Andrew Kelner ...
Raving Fan
Pino Palladino ...
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Zak Starkey ...
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This film documents The Who's 2002 performance at Mansfield, Massachusetts. Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey decided to complete the tour after John Entwistle's death, and made it a lasting tribute to their fallen comrade.

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The Who's North American tour in the Summer of 2002 was their first tour following the death of John Entwistle in Las Vegas on June 27, 2002, the night before the tour was set to begin a the Hard Rock Hotel. The first show without Entwistle was July 1 at The Hollywood Bowl. See more »

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Pete Townshend: [Pete's verbal exchange with audience member] You wouldn't know heart if it came and stuffed itself up your fucking arse! With custard. You wouldn't know it. Anyway, heart is not a word we use in The Who. Hard. D'you want it hard? Yeah, we're all fucking sex symbols up here. I don't know what band you think you're following but sometimes I think you've got the wrong one. But you're always there and it leads to some interesting exchanges.
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My Generation
Written by Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who
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Few different members. . . still The Who

After the death of bass guitarist John Entwistle, Pete & Roger decided to continue on with their tour as a tribute to their friend & bandmember.

Even without Keith Moon (d. 1978) and Entwistle, the band still sounds fantastic. There's a bit of a difference, some new members, but they're still The Who and that's evident with this show.

If you're a fan of The Who (and who isn't?) I highly suggest giving this one a look.

Final Verdict: 8.5/10

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