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The Who Live in Texas '75 (2012)

Video  |   |  Music  |  8 October 2012 (UK)
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Good, but not great
8 March 2015 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

A good, but not great, capture of The Who in concert.

Filmed on their 1975 tour to promote their album The Who By Numbers, all the well-known songs are there: the 60s stuff like Can't Explain, My Generation and Substitute, a large slice of Tommy, the biggies from Who's Next, a smattering of songs from Quadrophenia plus, of course, songs from The Who By Numbers.

Nothing wrong with the music, except that, if you've watched concerts of The Who before, they don't really do anything differently. However the lighting and camera work weren't ideal for a concert film. There's only two cameras, it seems, so there's not much variety in shots and angles. The lighting makes the whole thing look like a cheap, decayed home movie, with sepia tones.


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