Amazing Journey

jimthewhofan at jimthewhofan at
Tue Nov 6 22:00:17 CST 2007

 I've only watched the Chicago 79 DVD, but I love it. The remix on this show is excellent. Now you can hear that Kenney actually used crash cymbals. That's one thing that always bugged the sh!t outta me with previous mixes (on the FD reissue, the 30 Years Live VHS). Now it's fixed. 

I'm going to watch some of the interview portions before bed.



-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Schrade <schrade at>
To: The Who Mailing List <thewho at>
Sent: Tue, 6 Nov 2007 5:05 pm
Subject: Amazing Journey

Got my copy this morning.  $22.99 at Bust Buy.  Didn't try the
coupon trick.  The store had a ton of them on the shelves.  I got
there real early.

Watched the main movie.  Enjoyed it for the most part but it did
seem rushed at times.  Despite its 2 hours it's a very basic overview
of the band's history.  Now I understand Jon's comment after he
saw the NY screening when he said he had "seen it all before."

However....there was enough new footage to keep me glued to
the screen & this really excited me. (!)  The "playing a vinyl record" 
aspect was a good idea & gave it a cohesiveness.

The sound didn't seem accurately synced at times.  That, along
with the film's brevity, were the only things that really bothered me.

The conclusion examining the new relationship between Pete &
Roger was nice.  And the emphasis on how the Who's music was
so cathartic at the Concert For New York really drove home how
important the band is.


Now, onto the Six Quick Ones....

- SCHRADE in Akron

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