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

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Credited cast:
Roger Daltrey ... Himself
John Entwistle ... Himself
Pete Townshend ... Himself
Bill Curbishley Bill Curbishley ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bryan Adams ... Himself
Steve Bolton Steve Bolton ... Musician
Reg Brooks Reg Brooks ... Musician
John Bundrick John Bundrick ... Musician
Howie Casey Howie Casey ... Musician
Dave Caswell Dave Caswell ... Musician
Chyna Chyna ... Vocals
Eric Clapton ... Himself
Simon Gardner Simon Gardner ... Musician
Tim Gorman ... Musician
Scott Halpin Scott Halpin ... Guest Drummer
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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 August 1994 (USA) See more »

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Dolby

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Color
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Good representation of Whostory.
25 October 2001 | by sbamkmfdmdfmkSee all my reviews

This video/DVD contains a lot of fantastic snapshots of The Who's performance history. The footage and sound are superb considering the sources they came from. As most Who fans know, the performances get less spontaneous and turn into arena rock once Keith Moon dies. Personally, I can't stand the '79, '82, and '89 shows that are in the video. Nevertheless, they are part of the history and are represented well. What this film does not tackle is the personal lives of the four members. It acknowledges some of their issues, but mostly things that happened on-stage. Also, some elements are curiously omitted: there's no mention of "Lifehouse", Townshend's aborted project around that period which evolved into "Who's Next", perhaps their greatest album. They had restricted use of cameras at the time, but there were later performances of those songs which are still not shown. Also, there's no mention of the Cincinatti Riverfront Coliseum tragedy where 11 fans were trampled at the door. Anyway, this is just nitpicking. All in all, this is a fantastic film. Highlights include Keith Moon's drumming in "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere", the ensemble in "A Quick One", Townshend and Moon's awesome collaboration in "Young Man Blues", Entwistle's bass work and Moonie's vocals in "Bell Boy"... the list goes on and on.


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