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Overall the videotape source is in good condition and comparable to a live broadcast except for some slight damage seen near the end. The recording here is mostly clean, although the vocals seem a bit muffled during most songs and will have some trying to decipher the lyrics.
The stereo mix is straightforward as a concert video released in the 80s would sound, the 5. On that mix the front left and right channels are still the most prominent, with little sound in the center- a few songs do not even have any vocals in the center. Surrounds mostly highlight the audience, with the keyboards on "Baba O'Riley" sneaking into the rears as well. On both mixes, Pete Townshend's microphone stays mostly in the right channel, with Roger Daltry's more centered. Five additional songs performed at the same venue the night before are included as an extra: additional go-rounds of Substitute and I Can't Explain followed by My Generation, A Man is a Man and 5.
These are presented with the same audio and video quality as the main concert, and appear to be taken from a complete recording of the show made for an unknown purpose. A booklet is also included with some insightful notes from Chris Roberts, describing the band's mindset from the death of Keith Moon in up until this tour. He mentions that Pete Townshend admired The Clash and they had actually opened this show- it would be nice to see any existing footage of that as well.
There have been a number of Who concerts from various eras released on home video so far, the presentation on this one is rather low-key on the whole and best serves as a companion piece to "The Who Rocks America" video of this same tour's final performance released on all of the s video formats and out of print for quite a while, but has been issued on DVD from a questionable source as "The Who Live From Toronto.
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