woensdag 7 maart 2018

DVD - The Who "Purple Hearts & Power Cords" - 2DVD - various 1960s live

The Who
"Purple Hearts & Power Cords"
2 DVD set
artwork included

Disc 1

Ready Steady Go - July 2, 1965
01. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
02. Shout And Shimmy

Ready Steady Go - August 3, 1965
03. I Can't Explain
04. My Generation
05. Daddy Rolling Stone

Richmond Jazz Festival - August 6, 1965
06. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
07. Shout And Shimmy

Promotional Film Montage 1965
08. I Can't Explain

A Whole Scene Going - December 1965
09. Out In The Street
10. Heatwave / Pete Interview
11. It's Not True

Promotional Film : US Version - March 18, 1966
12. Substitute

Where The Action Is - March 18, 1966
13. Substitute
14. I Can't Explain

Promotional Film : UK Version - March 21, 1966
15. Substitute

Popside Swedish Television - June 3, 1966
16. Intro To Popside

Popside Swedish Television - June 3, 1966
17. The Ox
18. Daddy Rolling Stone
19. It's Not True
20. Bald Headed Woman
21. The Kids Are Alright
22. Substitute
23. My Generation

Take Thirty In London Canadian TV - July 9, 1966
24. Substitute
25. C.C. Rider
26. My Generation

Promotional Film - July 1966
27. The Kids Are Alright

Promotional Film - December 19, 1966
28. Happy Jack

Beat Club - January 15, 1967
29. I'm A Boy
30. Heatwave
31. Happy Jack

Promotional Film - 1966
32. Bucket T

Marquee Club, London - January 15, 1967
33. Happy Jack
34. So Sad About Us

Marquee Club, London - March 2, 1967
35. My Generation

Promotional Film - April 5, 1967
36. Pictures Of Lily

Beat Club - April 19, 1967
37. Pictures Of Lily

Monterey Pop Festival Out-take - June 18, 1967
38. Pictures Of Lily

Promotional Film 1967
39. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere

Disc 2
Helsinki, Finland - May 1, 1967
01. Arrival And Interview
02. Substitute
03. My Generation

Monterey Pop Festival - June 18, 1967
04. Introduction
05. Substitute
06. Summertime Blues
07. A Quick One While He's Away
08. My Generation

Twice A Fortnight - October 16, 1967
09. I Can See For Miles

Smothers Brothers - September 17, 1967
10. I Can See For Miles
11. My Genration

Promotional Film - September, 1967
12. I Can See For Miles

Promotional Film - February 26, 1968
13. Call Me Lightning

Beat Club - October 7, 1968
14. Magic Bus

All My Loving - November 3, 1968
15. Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand
16. My Generation

Rock And Roll Circus - December 10, 1968
17. A Quick One While He's Away

Surprise Partie - December 31, 1968
18. I'm A Boy
19. I Can See For Miles
20. Magic Bus

Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968
21. Introduction
22. Pinball Wizard
23. Pete Interview
24. Tommy, Can You Hear Me?
25. Smash The Mirror
26. Pete Interview
27. Sally Simpson
28. I'm Free
29. Interview
30. Tommy's Holiday Camp
31. We're Not Gonna Take It
32. See Me, Feel Me

Woodstock Festival - August 16, 1969
33. Pinball Wizard

Pop Goes The Sixties - December 31, 1969
34. I Can See For Miles

This Is Tom Jones - April 18, 1969
35. Pinball Wizard

Notes:
Before this release, several other bootleg DVDs had compiled 1960s Who footage, with varying degrees of success. It's difficult, however, to imagine a better, more comprehensive one than this two-DVD collection, which assembles almost four hours of live, mimed, promo, interview, and documentary clips from various sources. The image and sound quality are usually as good as, or better than, what's seen or heard on those previous compilations, and most of clips appear in the most complete form known to exist. There are a wealth of riches here, from relatively common (at least to the people who collect this sort of thing) items such as their 1965 Ready Steady Go and Richmond Jazz Festival appearances to some little-seen sequences such as their mimed June 1966 appearance on the Swedish Popside show; a live July 1966 London college gig, including a not-too-audible version of "C.C. Rider"; the Monterey Pop film outtake "Pictures of Lily"; live and interview footage from Helsinki, Finland, in May 1967; and promotional films for Tommy, linked by a few interview segments in which Pete Townshend explains the songs. There's even the U.S. promo film for "Substitute," in which they mimed the amended lyrics (omitting the reference to a black father) in the American 45 version. It doesn't gather every last scrap of 1960s Who footage: there's nothing from their Woodstock appearance, and their famous violent performance of "My Generation" on The Smothers Brothers in 1967 is missing the end bit where Townshend smashes Tommy Smothers' guitar. Some of the portions are obviously lifted from sources that are easily accessible via commercial releases such as The Kids Are Alright, Monterey Pop, and The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, and no doubt some of the clips could have been presented in better condition if this was an authorized production. The likelihood of such a thorough authorized compilation seems distant, however, leaving the gap for bootlegs such as this to exploit. Despite those very minor shortcomings, it's an amazing document, and totals up to the most convincing evidence ever assembled as to the Who's mesmerizing power as a visual performance act.

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