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The Who - The Who Amazing Journey: The Story Of The Who (DVD)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Documentary DVD release of The Who Amazing Journey: The Story Of The Who on Discogs/5(5).
  2. The Who has a new documentary out now, called 'Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who.' While 'The Kids Are Alright' was great, I thought that this film would be even better, because it documents all of their years as a band, whereas 'Kids' stops at , when Keith Moon died. This set is the soundtrack to the new documentary/5(4).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the DVD release of Amazing Journey: The Story Of The Who on Discogs.4/5(2).
  4. Nov 06,  · It consists of 2 DVD's, one being the Story of the Who and how they formed in South London to create their own Rock style. There are separate interviews with each band member, including the late Keith Moon. and the late John Entwistle. There are also interviews with rock contemporaries, friends and family/5().
  5. Spanning four decades, Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who relives the band’s journey from humble beginnings to meteoric rise to rock legend status in a two great films. Filled with all-new interviews with Roger and Pete and music icons Sting, The Edge, Eddie Vedder and more, this must-have collection also features electrifying rare and unreleased concert footage in surround sound.
  6. Jan 08,  · “Amazing Journey” is a tight documentary, but a little too polished to really take with spoon fulls, thus I was never overwhelmed as I was with other glimpses into the life of The Who. But the truly wrenching aspect that Crowder takes note of pointing out is the constant criticisms of Townshend and Daltrey continuing on without the other.
  7. Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who (, DVD) I really love this dvd set. It not only has excellent footage of the band in concert, but excellent and revealing interviews with Pete, and Roger, and shows just how good these guys really are, expecially John, and Keith who usually did not get the attention that they deserved/5(16).
  8. Just when you thought The Kids Are Alright was the definitive film about the terrible ‘Oo, along comes Amazing Journey: The Story Of The Who, digging into areas the former had little time nigfastcobamerfa.quiwheewablidedansperagdolitagi.infoinfoiews with band members, managers, relatives, friends, associates and admirers add the necessary credibility — but it’s the twisted tale itself, dissected and subject to extended intervals.

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