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The Who - 30 Years Of Maximum R&B Live (1994)

The Who - 30 Years Of Maximum R&B Live (1994)

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The Who - 30 Years Of Maximum R&B Live (1994)
Rock DVD-5: PAL 720x576 (4:3), VBR | AC-3, 2ch, 224Kbps -> 4.35 Gb

The Who - 30 Years Of Maximum R&B Live (1994)
The Who - 30 Years Of Maximum R&B Live (1994)
The Who - 30 Years Of Maximum R&B Live (1994)
The Who - 30 Years Of Maximum R&B Live (1994)
The Who - 30 Years Of Maximum R&B Live (1994)
The Who - 30 Years Of Maximum R&B Live (1994)
The Who - 30 Years Of Maximum R&B Live (1994)
The Who - 30 Years Of Maximum R&B Live (1994)

This video more than adequately convinces the viewer that The Who were, and still are rock-n-roll's GREATEST live band then, now, and forever more, in perpetuity! (a deliberate overusage of grammatical tenses, but what the hell, I enjoyed it immensely!) Whether seeing Keith Moon bash the living hell out of his drumkit to the tune of "So Sad About Us" early on or the entire band playing the hell out of their set at the Tanglewood Music Shed gig or their wonderfully blistering performance at The Isle of Wight Festival attests to The Who's exponential talent for playing live on stage. Pete Townshend's stingingly nasty guitar playing (including a number of trademark windmill guitar chords) is nicely complemented by Roger Daltrey's fearless vocals, John Entwistle's incredibly fluid bass riffs and Moon's maniacally yet timely drum assaults all throughout-and trust me, as an ardently passionate Who fan, this video MORE than cuts it- is someting that even non-Who fans will love! Of special note is the gig at 'The Tanglewood Music Shed' where it all comes together so wonderfully that you'll be left absolutely stunned! And, of course, the interspersed commentary by the three surviving members is also quite interesting; Pete Townshend's mention of the fact that The Who were "..scruffy, ugly , noisy horrible, loud, inconsiderate bunch of ---holes " and that in conclusion, "We became successful because that's what the AUDIENCE were like TOO." adds balance to this more than intriguing video. Do I recommend it? Take a guess.




The album code is : ODI187057

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