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Book Review: ‘The Who FAQ’ by Mike Segretto

The Who FAQ

If you thought you knew all you needed to know about one of the most legendary rock bands in musical history, you are sorely mistaken and 'The Who FAQ' will tell you why. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Who – ‘Sensation – The Story of Tommy’

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A new documentary from Eagle Rock, offers up surprising new perspectives on the Who's classic rock opera. Read More »

Music Review: Super Deluxe Edition of ‘Tommy’ by The Who

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For fans of 'Tommy,' this is a masterpiece collection of new and old material that will add to your enjoyment of this essential piece of rock history. Read More »

Music Review: The Who – Live At Hull 1970

The Who's Live At Hull 1970 is a worthy, if non-essential, companion piece to the greatest live album ever made. Read More »

Why Keith Moon Owns the Show on The Who Live In Texas ’75

Kenny Jones? Who were they kidding? Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Who – Live in Texas ’75

This is an excellent document of The Who at The Summit in Houston in 1975. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Who: Live in Texas ’75

The Who: Live in Texas '75 captures Townshend, Daltrey, Entwistle, and Moon at the top of their powers. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): The Who’s Tommy at the MET Theater

L.A.'s DOMA Theatre Company takes on Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff's 1992 musical in an entertaining update. Read More »

Music Review: The Who – Quadrophenia – The Director’s Cut

A fine, if slightly flawed re-examining of what is arguably the Who's greatest album. Read More »

Music Review: The Who – Quadrophenia (The Director’s Cut )

Not an A+, but top notch and well worth having for any Who fan. Read More »