WHO Houston Summit & Pontiac 1975 5.1 4Reel on DVD

WHO Houston Summit & Pontiac 1975 5.1 4Reel on DVD

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This is the 30th anniversary edition DVD of The Who LIVE AT THE SUMMIT 1975, on DVD and in amazing quality , The Who at the Houston Summit 1975. This gem was previously in the hands of only a few collectors and is now presented here for the first time, mastered direct from the 3/4" reels. Sit back and enjoy The Who in one of their finest performances in awesome video and audio quality.  This amazing DVD also includes The Who LIVE AT THE PONTIAC SILVERDOME 1975.(only 42 minutes of this show is known to exist and it's included in excellent shape). But thats still not all. Also included are the LONG LIVE ROCK BBC OLD GREY WHISTLE TEST 1973/KEITH MOON INTERVIEW 1975/FRENCH TV FOOTAGE/ and a ROADIES DOCUMENTARY CLIPS 1973.  Tracks included are as follows:


I Can't Explain


Baba O'Riley

Boris The Spider


However Much I Booze

Dreaming From The Waist

Behind Blue Eyes

Amazing Journey


Acid Queen

Fiddle About

Pinball Wizard

I'm Free

Tommy's Holiday Camp

We're Not Going To Take It

Summertime Blues

My Generation

Join Together

Naked Eye


Won't Get Fooled Again

Magic Bus

My Generation Blues


Pontiac Stadium 1975(Only 42 Minutes are known to exist. Its here in Excellent Shape)

Long Live Rock - BBC Old Grey Whistle Test 1973

Keith Moon Interview - Old Grey Whistle Test 1975

French TV Footage 1972

Roadies Documentary 1973

This region-free DVD-R is in NTSC format and will play on most PS2 systems and DVD Players made since 2000, and comes in a FULL SIZE DVD case, with cover art and track listing.

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5 Stars
The Who Summit & Pontiac 1975
This is great stuff. Granted, it's 1975 video and the Summit show is a two-camera job, but it doesn't matter. It's a brilliant gig, topped off by Pete's dancing during 'Baba O'Riley'. Along with Charlton 1974, this is THE Who gig from the '70's that should be in every collection...
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