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The long awaited independent critical analysis of the who's most creative and exciting periodIncludes rare footage never before available on DVDBetween 1964 and 1968, the self proclaimed 'Loudest Rock Band In The World' released a body of work of such quality, strength and cultural significance that the legacy of those classic records has remained indelibly stamped on the music of every subsequent generation. And although it was in the years that followed that The Who attained the status of global millionaire superstars, the records from their 'early period' remain their badge of true identity. The Who - Under Review 1964 -1968 features rare live and studio performances of the band interspersed with the independent review and criticism of a panel of esteemed experts. These include; The Who's early producer Shel Talmy, journalist and author Paolo Hewitt, Keith Moon biographer Alan Clayson, ex Melody Maker journalist and early champion of The Who Chris Welch, Classic Rock Magazine writer Malcolm Dome and a host of other expert contributors.
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