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14 September 2004 (USA) See more »
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. | Add synopsis »
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John Bundrick ... Himself

Roger Daltrey ... Himself
Andrew Kelner ... Raving Fan
Pino Palladino ... Himself
Zak Starkey ... Himself

Pete Townshend ... Himself
Simon Townshend ... Himself

The Who ... Themselves

Directed by
Jonathan Beswick 
Produced by
Bill Curbishley .... executive producer
Nick Goderson .... associate producer
Pierre Lamoureux .... producer
Robert Rosenberg .... executive producer
Film Editing by
Guy Picotte 
Sound Department
Francois Lamoureux .... sound recordist
Bob Pridden .... sound mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Tom Kenny .... lighting director
Matt Kent .... photographer
Music Department
Jon Astley .... music mastering


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141 min
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Dolby Digital (5.1 surround)
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Filmed on the 24th September, 2002 in Boston, USA, it is the bands first concert after the death of bass player John Entwistle.See more »
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Great show, 25 October 2004
Author: Eric from Clemson, SC

Pete, Roger, and company put on a great show at The Tweeter Center. Stand out songs include Love Reign O'er Me, Behind Blue Eyes, and Baba O'Riley. Roger's voice holds up most of the night, and Pete plays very well. An interesting note for Who fans: towards the end of The Kids Are Alright and My Generation you can hear some of the words and music, respectively, that would eventually make the song Old Red Wine. My only complaint on the DVD is that Pino's bass and Simon's singing are very low in the mix, and both made significant contributions during the tour. The set list is full of the classics, and includes a few other forgotten gems such as Another Tricky Day, Sea and Sand, and Amazing Journey. We thought this may be the end of The Who, but here we are in 2004 and they're still going strong- Long Live Rock!

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