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- 1. Rolling Stones: Havana Moon [Blu-Ray] (2016)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: For their first-ever show in Cuba, the Rolling Stones lived up to historical expectations and put on a pretty terrific show. Havana Moon captures this well and demonstrates that the Stones still get it done more than five decades after their debut. Starring The Rolling Stones. Eagle Rock Entertainment, $34.98, 11/11/2016.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/rollingstoneshavanamoon.shtml - 25k - 29 Oct 2023
- 2. The Who: Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival (2004 Edition) (1970)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: I definitely recommend this version of Wight to Who fans who donít own the prior release. What about those who already have the older DVD? They also should snare the new one. It presents significant improvements in both picture and audio. Starring The Who. Red Distribution, Inc., $19.98, 8/10/2004.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/whoisleofwight2004.shtml - 30k - 29 Oct 2023
- 3. Listening to You: The Who Live at the Isle of Wight Festival (1970)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson Title: The Who: Live at the Isle of Wight Festival (1970) Studio Line: Image Entertainment In 1970, 600,000 people came to the Isle of Wight to attend a music festival. Director: Murray Lerner Cast: Roger Daltrey, John...
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/isleofwight.shtml - 25k - 29 Oct 2023
- 4. Amazing Journey: The Story Of The Who (2007)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: As it stands, I like the film but find too many frustrations attached to it to throw out a strong recommendation. Itís a good overall take on the band, though, and worth a look if youíre curious to get a general history of the Who. Starring The Who. universal, $29.98, 11/6/2007.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/amazingjourneywho.shtml - 27k - 29 Oct 2023
- 5. The Who: Live At Kilburn (1977)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While I donít count myself as a rabid Who fan, Iíve liked them for most of my life, and I value the previously unseen footage found on this disc. The Kilburn show has many ragged moments but still proves worthwhile. The DVD provides decent picture, good audio, and an abundance of ugly but nonetheless valuable 1969 concert material. All Who fans should gr
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/whoatkilburn1977.shtml - 29k - 29 Oct 2023
- 6. The Who: The Kids Are Alright (Special Edition) (1979)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: The Kids Are Alright does much more right than wrong. The movie remains the definitive packaging of the glory that was the Who. It presents the band in a surprisingly coherent manner that packs a real punch. The DVD offers erratic picture and sound that nonetheless seem about as good as one could expect, and the set includes a very nice roster of supplem
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/thewhothekidsarealrightse.shtml - 36k - 29 Oct 2023
- 7. Rolling Stones: Ole Ole Ole! [Blu-Ray] (2016)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: As a view of the Rolling Stonesí 2016 Latin American tour, Ole Ole Ole! offers an erratic exploration. While it comes with some fascinating moments, it lacks consistency and doesnít provide enough strong material to sustain it across 100 minutes. Starring The Rolling Stones. Eagle Rock Entertainment, $26.98, 5/26/2017.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/rollingstonesoleoleole.shtml - 20k - 29 Oct 2023
- 8. Live 8 (2005)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Live 8 doesnít quite live up to the legend of Live Aid, but it does more than well enough on its own. This set presents a wide variety of performances that range from terrific to terrible. It still features plenty of fine music, though ... No one will like everything about the Live 8 release, but it has enough going for it to merit my recommendation. Sta
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/live8.shtml - 44k - 29 Oct 2023
- 9. A Single Shot [Blu-Ray] (2013)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: With a strong cast and a promising premise, I thought A Single Shot couldíve been a satisfying character drama. While it has some good moments, it drags too much and doesnít manage to take us on a satisfying and involving journey. The Blu-ray offers generally positive picture and audio with a few informative bonus elements. I want to like Shot but donít
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/singleshot.shtml - 21k - 29 Oct 2023
- 10. The Who: Tommy Live With Special Guests (1989)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Arguably the most legendary live rock band ever, fans wonít find the Who at their best during this Tommy Live DVD. Bloated beyond recognition, the band display too much pomp and not enough fire. Starring The Who. Rhino/WEA, $14.98, 6/6/2006.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/whotommy.shtml - 23k - 29 Oct 2023
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