The Who: The Kids Are AlrightDirector: Jeff Stein
The classic rock group The Who are featured in this 1979 documentary about the career of the group. It is enhanced by rare footage of the performers, including a television interview with the later-deceased Keith Moon. Highlights include footage from many of the band's early performances. Among the many songs featured are "Magic Bus," "Won't Get Fooled Again," "My Generation," "Young Man's Blues," "Happy Jack," and excerpts from the innovative rock-opera Tommy.
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- Original Release:
- Sanctuary Records
- [Wide Screen]
- [stereo, Dolby Digital Stereo]
Cast & Crew
|Jeff Stein||Director,Associate Producer,Screenwriter|
|Bill Curbishley||Executive Producer|
|Roger Daltrey||Score Composer|
|John Entwistle||Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Keith Moon||Score Composer|
|Peter Price||Production Manager|
|Richard Evans||Art Director|
|Sydney Rose||Executive Producer|
|Robert Rosenberg||Executive Producer|
|Ed Rothkowitz||Associate Producer,Editor|
|Pete Townshend||Score Composer|
|Tim Van Rellim||Production Manager|
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The Kids Are Alright is a MUST-HAVE for any Who fan or for anyone wanting to learn about the world's greatest rock and roll band. The segments with John and Keith are especially poignant.
Buy this DVD. The restoration and addition of missing scenes make this DVD stand out, and the special features are sure to please even the most hard-core Who fan. Long Live Rock!
This is a must see to understand just a little of what true rock music is about.