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- 1. The Who: Tommy & Quadrophenia Live (2005)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Arguably the most legendary live rock band ever, fans won’t find the Who at their best during this Tommy and Quadrophenia Live DVD. Still, it includes many good moments, especially connected to the Quadrophenia tour, and it comes with plenty of music to entice fans ... This DVD is probably best left to the big Who fans, as it seems unlikely to do much fo
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/whotommyquadrophenia.shtml - 33k - 29 Oct 2023
- 2. The Who: Live In Boston (2002)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: More than two decades after their “Farewell Tour”, the Who soldier on, occasionally with winning results. The 2002 performance found on Live in Boston sporadically and fitfully comes to life, largely due to the passion of ever-feisty guitarist Pete Townshend. Nonetheless, it lacks much strength as a whole and doesn’t give us a great feel for their potent
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/wholiveinboston.shtml - 24k - 29 Oct 2023
- 3. The Who: Tommy Live With Special Guests (1989)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Arguably the most legendary live rock band ever, fans won’t 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
- 4. The Who: Quadrophenia Live With Special Guests (1996)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: The 1996-97 Quadrophenia doesn’t represent the Who anywhere near their peak, but it’s an ambitious undertaking that mostly succeeds. Starring The Who. Rhino/WEA, $14.98, 6/6/2006.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/whoquad.shtml - 25k - 29 Oct 2023
- 5. The Who: Tommy Live at the Royal Albert Hall [Blu-Ray] (2017)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: With Tommy Live at the Royal Albert Hall, the Who provide a pretty good representation of their most famous album. While the show never crackles, it fares well and portrays the music in a positive manner. Starring The Who. Eagle Rock Entertainment, $21.98, 10/13/2017.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/whotommy2017.shtml - 20k - 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. 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. It’s a good overall take on the band, though, and worth a look if you’re 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
- 8. The Who: Live in Hyde Park [Blu-Ray] (2015)
"Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: 50 years down the road, I
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/wholiveinhydepark.shtml - 20k - 29 Oct 2023
- 9. .com for Murder [Blu-Ray] (2002)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: As a reworking of the Rear Window formula, .com for Murder fails in almost all possible ways. Despite its desperate stabs at tension, it simply becomes annoying and stupid. Starring Nastassja Kinski, Jeffery Dean. Arrow, $39.95, 2/7/2023.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/dotcomformurder.shtml - 22k - 29 Oct 2023
- 10. The Who: Sensation - The Story of
"Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While I don’t know how much “new information” comes from a look at a 45-year-old rock album, I
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/whosensationstoryoftommy.shtml - 22k - 29 Oct 2023
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