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The Who - Live & Alive
The Who - Live & Alive
Performer: The Who
Title: Live & Alive
Label: Falcon Neue Medien
Country: Europe
Released: 2003
Style: Hard Rock
Cat: 0248
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2124 mb | MP3 size: 1835 mb | WMA size: 1152 mb
Genre: Rock

1I'm A Boy2:32
2Magic Bus3:58
3Won't Get Fooled Again8:45
5Baba O'Riley
Film Director – Jeff Stein
6I Can See For Miles3:56
7You Better, You Bet3:48
8I Can't Explain
Cameraman, Film Director – Kit Lambert
9Anyway Anyhow Anywhere2:42
10My Generation3:08
11Who Are You4:53
12Pinball Wizard2:19
13Happy Jack2:04
14Pictures Of Lily2:45
15I'm Free2:24
16The Kids Are Alright
Cameraman, Film Director – Kit Lambert
17Join Together4:18
18See Me, Feel Me4:54


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
5527The Who Live And Alive ‎(DVD, NTSC, Reg)Not On Label5527GermanyUnknown
DVD 983The Who Live & Alive ‎(DVD-V)D.V. More RecordDVD 983Italy2005
IT DV 18The Who Live & Alive ‎(DVD-V)ItwhyIT DV 18Italy2007
DVDM-023The Who The Who (Videos Compilation) ‎(DVD)LW EditoraDVDM-023BrazilUnknown


Sound format: Dolby Digital 2.0
Picture format: 4:3
Regional code: all
Running time: 70 min
Made in EU 2003
Classification FSK: o.A.

1: 1965 live performance from German TV show "Beat Club"
2: Montage of very early "High Numbers" footage shot in various London clubs around 1963
3: 1965 playback performance for German TV show "Beat Club"
4: Early promotional clip shot on 8 mm in 1965
5: 1966 playback performance for German TV show "Beat Club"
6: Film shot by BBC for "Top Of The Pops" in 1966
7: 1967 playback performance for German TV show "Beat Club"
8: Promotional clip from 1981 in b/w
9: Montage of concert footage shot around 1967
10: 1967 performance from the "Smothers Brothers" US TV show with add. footage from a day in the country
11: Bus hired for a promotional outing in London, concert footage is from Amsterdam in 1971
12: Live performance in the USA in 1969
13: Live performance at the London Coliseum in 1969
14: Live performance in the USA in 1969
15: Live performance at Shepperton Studios, filmed in 1978 for "The Kids Are Alright" film
16: Promotional clip made in 1972
17: Studio playback performance from the "Russell Harty Plus" UK TV show in 1973
18: Scene from the movie "Quadrophenia"
19: Promotional clip made for "The Kids Are Alright" film in 1978
20. Live performance at Shepperton Studios, filmed in 1978


  • Barcode: 4 013659 002482
  • Matrix / Runout: 27538 0248 - 509563
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L622
  • Rights Society: GEMA


  • Filmed At – Beat-Club, Bremen
  • Filmed At – BBC
  • Filmed At – London Coliseum
  • Filmed At – Shepperton Studios


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