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Published on Dec 17, 2012
Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who is the definitive audio-visual record of the legendary British rock band, The Who. This epic document is drawn from integral themes of the band's music and lyrics, in order to capture the feel and attitude of one of The Who's greatest albums.
Authorized by The Who, directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Murray Lerner (Miles Electric, Festival) and co-director Paul Crowder (Once In A Lifetime, Riding Giants, Dogtown And Z-Boys), Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who explores the band's ingenious bravado and its continuing evolution. The film moves from the group's origins as a 1960s schoolboy R&B cover band, through their meteoric rise and artistic breakthroughs, to the infighting, the breakups and reconciliations, and the untimely deaths of drummer Keith Moon and bassist John Entwistle. In addition to never-before-seen private materials released by the group and its fans worldwide, the film includes interviews with prominent witnesses and personal friends.