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The Who - At Kilburn 1977 + Live at the Coliseum [DVD] [NTSC]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Sony BMG
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Nov. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 99,205 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

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1. Can’t Explain

2. Substitute

3. Baba O’Reilly (Teenage Wasteland)

4. My Wife / Going Mobile

5. Behind Blue Eyes

6. Dreaming from the Waist

7. Pinball Wizard

8. I’m Free

9. Tommy’s Holiday Camp

10. Summertime Blues

11. Shakin’ All Over

12. My Generation

13. Join Together

14. Who Are You

15. Won’t Get Fooled Again




1. Heaven and Hell

2. Can’t Explain

3. Fortune Teller

4. Tattoo

5. Young Man Blues

6. A Quick One While He’s Away

7. Happy Jack

8. I’m a Boy

9. I’m Free

10. Tommy’s Holiday Camp

11. See Me, Feel Me

12. Summertime Blues

13. Shakin’ All Over

14. My Generation







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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Kolmansky on 21 Nov. 2008
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I'm talking about a time when the guitars were wired to Hiwatt or Marshall amps.
I'm talking about a time when a 2'30" song could blow your mind into unkown realms of knowledge to come.
I'm talking about a time when a singer would gaze every night across a deafened and blinded audience of up to 300 000 people and into eternity, shoot them up to the stars and help them land back dumbstruck, delicately in the morning dew.
I'm talking about my generation.
Thanks to Gramp Stamp (I would have loved to have a grandfather like Chris Stamp) and the late Kit Lambert the show at the London Coliseum was captured on film. Who cares if it's 16mm, sometimes scratched, and some numbers are not complete? Who fans don't, at least I for one would rather have the London Coliseum show as it is than any fancy split screen effects with multiple angle camera work or awesome lightshow if it doesn't serve the initial purpose of a concert i.e music.
No fertilizers, no pesticides no cheap gimmicks. Organic Who play their guts off on this DVD. The mix does justice to Entwistle's original sound and Moonie's kiss to Ivor-the-engine-driver won't be forgotten let alone his unsurpassed drumming.
The Kilburn (Kill /Burn ?) show is perfect in every respect technically; both musically and "cinematically"it is as good a document as any, still every die hard Who fan knows that the Golden Age was over after Quadrophenia in terms of playing for kicks and recognition. It's a wonderful piece of professionalism and showmanship expertise.
The kids were alright, two of them burned up their lives to let us dream; the two grown ups left are sensible enough to allow us to celebrate the entity that was known as the Who. Whoever has the power to bless its soul, let Him do it.
If you love The Who, go ahead it is no rip off.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Harsch on 13 Dec. 2008
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The Who - At Kilburn 1977 + Live at the Coliseum (NTSC)
At last, here it is : the long-awaited DVD collection of the greatest rock band there will ever be that allows you to compare them at two different epochs of their history. Let's start with the best, namely the second disc. It shows the band at their absolute peak in the late 60s, with a ferociously energising and stunningly electrifying performance shortly after their international breakthrough "Tommy" had immortalised them. Never mind the sometimes poor quality of the filming - the most striking element of this 1969 gig at the London Coliseum lies in the raw, yet vital energy this band were able to communicate to their audience. The extra of this second disc, i.e. the first filmed live performance of their rock opera "Tommy", is to me the illustration of why The Who, even if badly recorded, convey a strength that no other band is able to get across with such power and honesty. A song like "Amazing Journey" for example illustrates that this is possible thanks to the ability to harmonise four individual creative geniuses into a fiercely sensual whole. It is in such moments that their music is truly uplifting and unequalled in terms of Life Force. The difference with Murray Lerner's filming of their 1970 Isle of Wight gig lies in the fact that because of the rather primitive and static way of filming the London gig, we can concentrate much better on the music. The only regret is that unfortunately, there are no existing pictures of a "Lifehouse" gig, f.ex.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ruth on 5 May 2009
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For me, The Who's golden era was between about 1966 until 1975/76. After that, Moonie sadly got too messed up to play as he used to, and then after his death...well, what can I say? Zak Starkey isn't doing a bad job at all at the moment, but nobody is Keith Moon. Irreplaceable.

Anyhow, I've watched and re-watched the Coliseum footage. It is prime era Who in my book. Though they seemed to reach their peak as far as playing Tommy went, in 1970 when they recorded Live at Leeds and played the Isle of Wight festival for the second time.

However, there is a great deal to recommend this performance - though sadly the lighting isn't one of those things! It is often very difficult to see what is going on on the stage and sometimes it is in complete darkness. I'm guessing that it wasn't completely black as it looks, but that the camera and film quality wasn't as good as it is today. What a pity!

I would say (although I love Keith and am utterly biased), that he is the one most on form during this performance. Pete plays some distinctly dodgy notes on the guitar, and his backing vocals are nowhere near as good as I've heard them during other performances, the same goes for John and Roger as far as the vocals go. Let's give Keith's vocals a miss on A Quick One - as Pete rightly says "Keith Moon singing...with a small "S"!!" He has a point!

The only other thing I would say about this concert is that Pete seems to be in a tremendous hurry! Some of the songs are done at a seemingly ridiculous speed and at one point I was thinking that Keith would collapse out of sheer exhaustion during the concert. Mind you, credit where it's due, Keith and John kept up, no matter how fast Pete played.
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