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MODS 1960s: THE WHO & THE SMALL FACES

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Double Feature!

THE WHO – UNDER REVIEW 1964-1968
U.K. documentary. An analysis of the Who's "singles-era" reveals that the group's most memorable and influential songs come from this period. Through interviews with journalists, music critics and Who producer Shel Talmy, the story of the Who's formation, influences, and early career trajectory are explained.

Fantastic vintage footage (with wild guitar smashing!) includes: "I Can't Explain," "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere," "The Kids Are Alright," "Substitute," "I'm A Boy," "Bucket-T," "Happy Jack," "A Quick One While He's Away," "Pictures Of Lilly," "I Can See For Miles," "Magic Bus," "My Generation."

Plus this bonus selection...

THE SMALL FACES – UNDER REVIEW 1965-1968
U.K. documentary. The Small Faces are the quintessential 60 mod icons. This analysis of the Small Faces tells the story of the group's formation, early gigs, signing to Don Arden and Decca, and their subsequent move to Andrew Loog Oldham and Immediate records. With Immediate, the group is given more studio time and their creativity flourishes.

Rare promo films, TV clips, and interviews with band members, journalists, and music critics. Fantastic vintage footage includes: "What Cha Gonna Do About It," "I Got Mine," "Sha La La La Lee," "All Or Nothing," "I Can't Make It," "Here Comes The Nice," "Itchycoo Park," "Tin Solder, "Lazy Sunday."


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