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Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who and Amazing Journey: Six Quick Ones are two exhilarating feature films about one of the greatest rock bands in the world!
Spanning four decades, this authorized and definitive anthology of The Who relives their journey from humble beginnings to their meteoric rise to rock legend status in a 2-film DVD set. Filled with all-new interviews with band members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend and music icons Sting, The Edge of U2, Eddie Vedder and more, this must-have collection also features electrifying rare and unreleased concert footage in mind-blowing 5.1 surround sound. David Wild, a contributing editor of Rolling Stone, says it it's 'brilliant.' For music that spoke to generations of fans, and refused to be classified, the answer is – and always will be – The Who.
Disc 1: The Story of The Who
For the first time in their own words, hear and see the amazing story of The Who in this feature length film.
Exclusive and never-before-seen footage of the band! Insightful interviews with Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, and Keith Moon!Conversations with rock contemporaries and close friends and family of the band.
Disc 2: Six Quick Ones
This in-depth film, in six fascinating parts, explores the musical brilliance of each musician through rare historic footage!
Roger, John, Pete, Keith: Four individual mini-films on each band member’s genius. Who Art You? : Take a look at how The Who became a band as visually impactful as they are musically. Follow them from their days in art school, through the Pop Art movement and how it all came together! Who’s Back: In 2003, Legendary filmmaker D. A. Pennebaker (Monterey Pop, Don’t Look Back) was allowed to film The Who, in the studio, recording the hit song “Real Good Looking Boy.” And more!
The Scrapbook – An intimate look at the 1979 Cincinnati concert and the ensuing aftermath, a legal controversy surrounding the band's first record deal, Pete Townshend on writing “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” and much more!The High Numbers at the Railway Hotel – The long-lost film shot in 1964 by managers Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert of the band’s Railway Hotel performance.