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  1. Live at the Isle of Wight Festival is concert film of The Who's concert at the Isle of Wight Festival While the concert occurred on 30 August at am, a VHS was not released until A compact disc of the concert was also released in The concert was re-released on DVD in in the United States and in the United Kingdom.
  2. This 2CD plus 1 DVD set contains The Who's performance at the Isle of Wight Festival in The 2 CDs contain the entire concert; the DVD contains most of it. This is The Who in the period following their appearance at Woodstock in and prior to the release of Who's Next in Reviews:
  3. Shop Live at the Isle of Wight Festival [LP] VINYL at Best Buy. Find low everyday prices and buy online for delivery or in-store pick-up. Price Match Guarantee.
  4. Nov 03,  · In , , people came to the Isle of Wight to attend a music festival. 2 A.M., August 30th, The Who appeared and gave one of the most memorable performances of their career, with early hits and live Who staples culminating in one of their last-ever complete run throughs of the seminal rock opera "Tommy."/5().
  5. UK: CD Castle Communications EDF CD , ; US: CD Columbia C2X , In the mid-Nineties, original film director Murray Lerner dug out his film of this concert and the original 8-track tapes (along with some of the other festival acts) were found in Pete Townshends tape archive.
  6. Released 3 November 3, A virtually complete visual record of The Who’s appearance at the third Isle of Wight Festival of Music at East Afton Farm near Freshwater, Isle of Wight at am on the morning of August 30, and featuring John in his magnificent skeleton suit.
  7. If you're a Who fanatic, Live at the Isle of Wight Festival will certainly be a great find, and an excellent addition to your collection. The Who were on fire during this period, and it's great to have any document that you can get your hands on. As a film, however, there is much to be desired.3/
  8. Aug 10,  · In , , people came to the Isle of Wight to attend a music festival. At 2 A.M., August 30th, The Who appeared and gave one of the most memorable performances of their career. LISTENING TO YOU: THE WHO AT THE ISLE OF WIGHT captures the only complete live performance of The Who's legendary rock opera "Tommy" ever recorded/5().

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