Release Date: 11/18/08
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They are one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time. For over four decades, they have changed modern music as we know it. But some of their most famous performances have never been released... until now.
On December 15, 1977, The Who performed before a select invited audience at the Gaumont State Theatre in Kilburn, North London, to record a concert for Jeff Stein's film, The Kids Are Alright, which turned out to be one of the last live performances by drummer Keith Moon. Shot in 35mm, this holy grail for fans has been digitally restored and remastered in high-definitiion for the ultimate The Who experience.
This 2-DVD set also includes The Who's powerhouse London Coliseum gig from 1969, a never-before-seen rarity and one of the band's personal favorites.
Take an amazing journey with The Who like you've never seen or heard them before, featuring their greatest hits and hours of incredible footage! It's the rock discovery of the year!
Two incredible concerts - totaling 138 minutes!
Kilburn Songs: "Can't Explain," "Substitute," "Baba O'Reilly (Teenage Wasteland)," "My Wife / Going Mobile," "Behind Blue Eyes," "Dreaming from the Waist," "Pinball Wizard," "I'm Free," "Tommy's Holiday Camp," "Summertime Blues," "Shakin' All Over," "My Generation," "Join Together," "Who Are You?," "Won't Get Fooled Again"
London Coliseum Songs: "Heaven and Hell," "Can't Explain," "Fortune Teller," "Tattoo," "Young Man Blues," "A Quick One While He's Away," "Happy Jack," "I'm a Boy," "I'm Free," "Tommy's Holiday Camp," "See Me, Feel Me," "Summertime Blues," "Shakin' All Over," "My Generation"
Plus 70 minutes of rare Coliseum bonus tracks and extended versions including the first-ever long performance of Tommy: "A Quick One While He's Away," "Overture," "It's a Boy, " "1921," "Amazing Journey," "Christmas," "Acid Queen," "Pinball Wizard," "Do You Think It's Alright," "Fiddle About," "Tommy Can You Hear Me?," "There's a Doctor," "Go to the Mirror," "Smash the Mirror," "Miracle Cure," "Sally Simpson," "Tommy's Holiday Camp," ""I'm Free," "We're Not Gonna Take It"
Includes an extensive collectible booklet featuring liner notes by The Who: Maximum R&B author Richard Barnes, The Who art director and designer Richard Evans, former Spin and Vibe editor Alan Light, and Nigel Sinclair
Wed December 17- Scion House Party Presents Fake Blood, Tommie Sunshine, Scottie B (Unruly), and Royal Rumble at the Vanguard (6021 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, California 90028). 10pm-2am, 21 and up. Free with RSVP. RSVP at www.scion****/houseparty. Early arrival is suggested as space is limited. Entry is not guaranteed. Line up is subject to change.
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First off this is a pretty monumental accomplishment for DC getting to issue 850 with Batman. Congrats DC. This story ended a lot stronger than I had anticipated. I lost interest with the last issue and was just waiting for the end. The additional information about Hush and Tommy Eliot was great and added the depth to his character that really solidifies him as a part of Batman’s rogue gallery. He was definitely a strong character but he lacked some of the history that the other villains have. The Bat family came together, which I always enjoy seeing, but the best part of this story is the epilogue. Catwoman is one vindictive kitty. What she did to Hush in retaliation for his attack on her just down right awesome. It also leaves Hush desperate, broken and with nothing. I have a feeling he is going to come back stronger and more vicious than ever. This is a very exciting time to be into the bat books and the next few months have the potential to bring us some great stories. This is the end of one chapter and the next issues will be a good time to get in if you’re not already. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Highlights from the second night of the week-long San Diego Wine and Food event in November 2008. Tommy Bahama Rum, Stella Artois, and notable wines from Napa, Sonoma, Paso Robles, and Temecula Wine Country were offered. More at: www.TasteOfWineTV****
Listen to this excellent audio interview between HHR's Tommy Danger and that dude Juelz Santana as the 2 speak on mixtapes, Cam'ron, Weezy, the state of the Dipset Byrdgang, Bad Santa and more...
Exclusive interview with Free Minds TV's Lauren Canario who was just released from jail, NH jury trials suspended for 1 month due to budget cuts, government bailouts and the Downsizer Dispatch, Illinois governor Blagojevich arrested, undercover Maryland state trooper puts nuns and pacifists on terror watch list, and Obama may be stuck with GOP appointed anti-pot US attorney who put Tommy Chong and porn producers behind bars.
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Tommy Thorvildsen straining and pushing heavy weight. Gotta respect bodybuilders.
John Fudala, Ben Ashwort Tommy Little aka Bama headed on down to the GSL Skatepark for some coll lines in the bowl. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Melvin Miller, Director of Parks and Recreation Board followed by President of Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Dr. Thomas "Tommy" G. Amason. Executive Director of The Gardens, Fred Spicer, begins to discuss initial concepts from the Master Plan.
Learning to play piano with Tommy Clark is fairly easy. This mini lesson is pretty straight forward.
Learn to find middle C and play the C major scale on the keyboard.
Tommy Baxter, a 36-year-old trading card collector from Little Rock, Arkansas, is the first person in the world to accomplish what many thought was insurmountable: piecing together Upper Deck's gigantic, 6,661-card Yankee Stadium Legacy (YSL) Collection! Baxter seized the opportunity to become the first collector to complete Upper Deck's enormous insert set, which pays tribute to every Yankees home game ever played at the historic venue since its doors opened April 18, 1923.
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American Prince by Tommy Pallotta
In 1978, director Martin Scorsese turned the camera on his friend and roommate, Steven Prince, whose life was more fascinating than what any screenwriter could dream up. The compelling documentary that emerged, 'American Boy' was to become Scorsese’s “lost” film. Having never been properly released, it gained cult status among cinefiles over the years through bootleg copies and influenced a whole generation of filmmakers. Quentin Tarantino took one of Prince's stories about injecting adrenaline into the heart of a woman who overdosed and turned it into one of the most memorable scenes in film history. Prince's influence on American cinema not only reaches much further than his small role as the gun salesman in 'Taxi Driver', he has clearly left an indelible mark. Three decades after Scorsese's documentary was released, Tommy Pallotta brings us 'American Prince', where he draws out Steven Prince once more to recount his days since 'American Boy', share why he turned his back on the entertainment industry and to compose the next chapter of his story.
'American Prince' premieres at SXSW on 14 March 2009 and will be distributed online by SubmarineChannel**** for free through video sharing and bittorrent websites such as Mininova**** and the like. See americanprincemovie**** for more details.
Tommy Pallotta has produced Richard Linklater's 'A Scanner Darkly' and 'Waking Life'. Directed the feature 'The High Road' and music videos for the band Zero 7. He has also produced several short films including 'Snack and Drink', which resides as part of a permanent collection in the New York Museum of Modern Art.