Kids Are Alright -The Who [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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Devotees of the Who, who haven't availed themselves of Jeff Stein's thrilling, self-mocking 1979 documentary The Kids Are Alright, shouldn't wait another minute now that the film has been painstakingly--perhaps heroically--restored to its theatrical-release length from original elements. The sound is clearer than on previous video releases, images are once more crisp and colour-rich, and adjustments in tape speed make the band sound like themselves again, particularly in vintage television performances and filmed club dates from as far back as the band's sonically thrilling, early R&B period. Special features are extensive, including, among many other delights, multiple-angle footage, an insightful interview with Roger Daltrey, a feature about the film's restoration, and a mesmerising, isolated John Entwistle audio track. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to the DVD edition.
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The balance of speech and music is just right. Pete Townshend was always one of rock's most interesting interviewees and Moonie's natural wit is evident from the opening sequence featuring the band's legendary appearance on the Smothers's Brother's show, and reaches full fruition on the wonderful Russell Harty interview sequence, snatches of which are scattered throughout the film.
The music naturally speaks for itself, and unlike modern videos it isn't interrupted by speech. Also unlike even more modern videos the viewer isn't sent dizzy by cameras cutting ridiculously from one shot to the other every two seconds - see the Coldplay Live for a prime example of this irritating tendency.
I have loads of music DVD's, including recent ones by the likes of the aformentioned Coldplay, U2, REM, Red Hot Chilli Peppers -decent bands all. However, it was only when I saw 'The Kids Are Alright' again that I remembered that despite the often incredible modern special effects, the modern filming, and the modern hype, that ultimately non of these bands could actually hold a candle as a live act to The Who in their heyday.
The only other music videos which can even be compared to this are: The Beatles Anthology, as classy a product as everything associated with the Fabs; the Rolling stones Four Flicks, although great as this is I'd still have preferred a really good video of the Stones in their prime (when are they going to release 'Gimme Shelter' in the UK?Read more ›
Most of us never got to see The Who in their full glory. There's lots and lots of it here. This is an essential watch for all Who fans.
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Some amazing footage of an amazing band,could have had a lot more deleted scenes considering it was a special edition.Published 6 months ago by David Lane
just amazing!! if you are a fan of the who, just buy this now!!Published 6 months ago by Stephen Q.
classic film absolute must for anyone who appreciates great music and musiciansPublished 10 months ago by mr angry
Greatest live band in the history of the world. I saw them in 1989, when Pete was already deaf, Rog had a sore throat, and Keith was actually dead, and they were still the best... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Timothy J. Haigh
Best value. Best quality. Never a problem buying from Zoverstock.Published 15 months ago by stakanovijc