The Story of The Who is a 2-LP compilation album from The Who. The album was released in the UK in September 1976. The album reached number two in the UK charts. Another version of this collection with a different track listing was also released in Japan. This collection has not been released on CD. The exploding pinball machine comes from film shot for a TV advertisement of the album.
SUMMERTIME BLUES (Live at Leeds 1970). Who are you. Eminence front. WON’T GET FOOLED AGAIN (Live at The Concert For New York City 2001). Real good looking boy. Tea & theatre.
Title: Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who (2007). I'm a huge fan of the who for only being 15. i stayed up until 3 o clock in the morning yesterday just to watch this film because i wanted to see it so bad. by the end of the film i was very pleased and i loved it! it was definitely worth staying up for and was not, i repeat, was. not a movie just for the die hard fans as some would say. you don't have to like the who, know anything about music, or even have been born in that era to know that this movie was an absolute work of art. amazing journey was exciting, happy, and it was sad. but i guess thats the who's journey and it.
It was the most exhaustive collection yet assembled, running from the group's early singles through Who By Numbers. Exhaustive doesn't necessarily mean comprehensive - for some reason, Quadrophenia is completely overlooked, and a full side of Tommy material is way too much in this context. Also, some great songs, such as "A Legal Matter" and "Join Together, " are missing, which may frustrate some listeners.
Released: Nov 6, 2007 Release type: Album Label: Track Record Number Of Tracks: 16 Amazing Journey: The Story Of The Who could easily become the epitome of what a rock-and-roll documentary should be. less. 1 10 1 Amazing Journey: The Story Of The Who.
2008 soundtrack album by The Who. Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who. Soundtrack album by. The Wh. The Kids Are Alright. Extended plays.
Amazing Journey: The Story Of The Who. A documentary on The Who, featuring interviews with the band's two surviving members, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey. Genres: Documentary, Music. Actor: Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, Keith Moon. Director: Paul Crowder, Murray Lerner, Parris Patton. Back. The Who is a legendary band and this documentary lives up to the bands standards. It gives in depth description about each of the band members, and the whole story of how The Who evolved into one of the greatest rock bands ever. A must have for music lovers.