More Amazing Journey reviews

Brian Cady brianinatlanta2001 at
Sun Nov 4 08:46:24 CST 2007

Here's some more:

Time Out: 5 stars out of 6
"Loaded with tremendous performance footage from every phase of the band’s career, it stands next to Martin Scorsese’s No Direction Home: Bob Dylan as a textbook rockumentary."

New York Post:
Half-Dead But Still Alive, Band Tells Whole Story
3 1/2 stars out of 4
"Starting with archival footage from the 1960s, the journey of the band is minutely - and more importantly, irreverently and entertainingly - documented."
(Hilariously, reviewer Linda Stasi says the band was managed by Kit Lambert and Terence Stamp. Amazing he could do it and still act in all those movies, huh?)

Blogcritics Magazine:
"Amazing Journey is a well done look at The Who. Lots of unearthed footage is used (there is some crossover from The Kids Are Alright, but not too much) and new interviews with Townshend and Daltry add to the air of truthfulness and reality of the band's story..."

-Brian in Atlanta
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