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The Who: Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival, 1970 [DVD] 
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Mod rockers the Who are captured live at the legendary Isle of Wight festival in 1970, attended by 600,000 people. All the old classics are included in a typically energetic set; Moon the Loon, Roger the Dodger and Pete... the guitarist. And John Entwistle on bass.
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I still highly recommend this as the picture and sound are brilliantly remastered, though the reason I've dropped a star is that I preferred the visual (not audio) editing on the original. The sound at least went with what you were seeing all the time (almost). The editors on the '04 version Greg Sheldon and Einar Westerlund didn't seem to bother getting the remastered footage in line with the audio at times, e.g. showing Pete windmilling, but the audio contains soloing high up on the fretboard. In Heaven & Hell, he's soloing, but he's not playing the bit you're hearing. Also in Heaven & Hell, Keith is 'choking' the cymbal 3 or 4 times close together, shown correctly on the original, yet the remaster shows him doing that when not in the sound, then you hear the chokes, and he's shown playing a different part!
This all sticks out like a sore thumb to a Who fan, or simply someone who understands rock music. Both of these guys seem to have editing credentials, but were seemingly having a day off, or had an idea that sticking random bits of irrelevant action would add some kind of dynamism... but really I think they had limited rock music knowledge and got lost with the footage. It's a shame, the remastering is excellent and the audio brilliant.Read more ›
By the way I was there that night and before the Who we had the Doors ELP and Ten Years After and on sunday Jimi's last gig in the UK
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Great performance shot the way these things were shot back then Still a good one to have in the collectionPublished 2 months ago by Beni14
classic footage of the who in their prime,linked up to a amp or stereo system is a must to hear their classic sound/jams etc.....probably the best live band [with moon] ,ever.Published on 26 Feb. 2014 by Zero xx77