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Endless Wire
Review by Rick Damigella
24 years is a long time. Since The Who last released a full album of new music, entire genres of music have come and gone.
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Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970
Review by Gary Hill

This smoking hot live performance from 1970 finds The Who in one of the greatest points in their career.


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DVD Reviews
The Who - Live At The Isle of Wight DVD
Review by Gary Hill
As someone who has always been sort of a periphery fan of The Who, this video is truly an interesting rock and roll document. I had seen little live footage of the band, and watching this brings a lot of revelations.
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The Who - Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 (2006 Edition) DVD
Review by Gary Hill
You have to love the labels. It seems like a virtual epidemic going on of labels releasing an item and then re-releasing a superior version a couple years (or even months) later.
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The Who - Live at The Isle of Wight Festival 2004 BluRay
Review by Gary Hill
This was the Who's triumphant return to the Isle of Wight Festival. Their last appearance had been in 1970.

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The Who - Sensation - The Story of The Who's Tommy DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Until seeing this I didn’t realize that Tommy was the Who’s breakout album.

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The Who - The Who, The Mods and the Quadrophenia Connection DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This is one of those unauthorized biography type rock documentaries. As such, it’s better than many.
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Concert Reviews
The Who - Live in Las Vegas, Nevada, August 2017
Review by Larry Toering
This trip to Vegas was stacked with stuff to do, and it started with seeing The Who at the end of their experimental residency. A Roman replica, Ceasar's Palace worked wonders for going to see such a band.
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Rick Wakeman - & Tony Ashton Present GasTank
Review by G. W. Hill
Perhaps this three CD should go under "various artists" instead of "Rick Wakeman." Still, I think Wakeman plays on almost everything here.

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Meat Loaf - Bad Attitude: 30th Anniversary Edition
Review by G. W. Hill

This is a brand new 30th anniversary edition of this classic Meat Loaf album.


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Glenn Tipton - Baptizm of Fire
Review by Gary Hill
This first solo album by Judas Priest guitarist Glenn Tipton is a fine piece of work. It takes the Priest sounds one expects to find here and updates them, bringing new angles and directions to them.

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Glenn Tipton - Baptizm of Fire Remaster
Review by Gary Hill
The debut solo album (first one released, not the first one recorded) by Glenn Tipton has just been reissued with two new tracks added on to the lineup. Since I reviewed the original release of the album, the majority of this review will be drawn and modified from that review.



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Tipton, Entwhistle & Powell - Edge of the World
Review by Gary Hill
When Glenn Tipton of Judas Priest first set out to record a solo album he worked predominantly with John Entwhistle (The Who) and Cozy Powell (Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Emerson Lake and Powell and seemingly a million other bands). Well, after the disc was done, the label nixed its release. 



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Keith Moon - Final 24: His Final Hours
Review by Gary Hill
Just based on the concept of this series, you can probably understand that there is a certain “driving by a fatal collision” element to these videos.

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Mick Jagger - Goddess in the Doorway
Review by Gary Hill
Mick Jagger has given us a winner in his new solo release Goddess in The Doorway. The album has both a modern texture and reflections of his Rolling Stones roots.
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Rick Wakeman - Lisztomania
Review by G. W. Hill

Have you ever seen this movie? I have seen it a couple times. It's definitely strange.


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Various Artists - Popoff Archive 2: Progressive Rock written by Martin Popoff
Review by Greg Olma
The music world has many characters who work behind the scenes, from producers to engineers to marketing people (and many more). 

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Various Artists - Psychedelic Days: 1960-1969 written by Patrick Campbell-Lyons
Review by Gary Hill
One caveat that I need to get out right away is listing this book under Various Artists. Here’s the thing, Patrick Campbell-Lyons was one of the main guys in the band Nirvana.

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Mike Batt - The Hunting of the Snark
Review by Gary Hill

This is sort of a marriage of progressive rock with musical theater and is based on the writings of Lewis Carroll. 


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Pete Townsend - White City
Review by Larry Toering

When White City was released I remember some commotion about Pete Townsend not being able to make up his mind about what the project was going to be, using a working title of  “The Deep End” for the band at one point.


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Various Artists - Who Are You - An All-Star Tribute to the Who
Review by G. W. Hill

I like The Who quite a bit. I mean, they aren’t one of my favorite bands, but I do really like them.


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