Listening to You: The Who Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970

The Who at the height of their powers, playing an explosive 2 AM set during the massive Isle of Wight festival in August 1970. The centerpiece is an abbreviated rendition of the band's rock opera Tommy, but the biggest wallop comes in the opening numbers, with fiery performances of “Young Man Blues” and the little-known “Water” and “I Don't Even Know Myself.” Drummer Keith Moon and guitarist Pete Townshend are both in fine form, and filmmaker Murray Lerner faithfully records the rhythmic chemistry between them that made the band a powerhouse onstage. A must-see for hard-rock fans. 85 min

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