Who's Better, Who's Best (film)

Who's Better, Who's Best
Starring The Who
Music by The Who
Studio Universal
Distributed by Universal
Release date(s) 1988[1]
Running time 60 min.

Who's Better, Who's Best is a collection of videos by The Who released in 1988 as the companion to the compilation album of the same name.

Songs performed

1. "My Generation"

2. "I Can't Explain"

  • Original promo video
  • Recorded at various London locales in 1964 and 1965

3. "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere"

  • Consists of 8mm concert films shot by Jon Rubin
  • Recorded at various New York City locales in 1967 and 1968

4. "Substitute"

  • Original promo video
  • Recorded in Covent Garden on March 21, 1966

5. "The Kids Are Alright"

  • Original promo video
  • Recorded in Hyde Park in July or August 1966

6. "I'm a Boy"

7. "Happy Jack"

  • Original promo video
  • Recorded at the offices of New Action Ltd. (The Who's management company) on December 19, 1966

8. "Pictures of Lily"

  • Broadcast on Beat-Club
  • Recorded at Bremnen TV Stuido on April 1, 1967

9. "Magic Bus"

  • Tram bus footage recorded in October 1968
  • Concert footage recorded in Voorburg, the Netherlands in March 1973

10. "You Better You Bet"

11. "I Can See For Miles"

12. "Pinball Wizard"

13. "I'm Free"

14. "See Me, Feel Me"

15. "Join Together"

16. "Who Are You"

17. "Won't Get Fooled Again"

Special features

1. "Don't Let Go the Coat"

2. "Another Tricky Day"

3. "Eminence Front"

  • Original promo video
  • Recorded at the Capital Centre in September 1982


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