8 thoughts on “ A Quick One - The Who - The Kids Are Alright ”
's The Kids are Alright was an attempt by a fan/insider to gather all the existing footage of the Who performing, just so that when they stopped touring, the impact of their great stage presence wouldn't fade and be lost. I saw the film in the early eighties, and it delivered almost two hours of pure Who - almost too much, but also enough.
“A Quick One” in progress. Photo: Mark and Colleen Hayward/Redferns (It should be noted, though, that this “A Quick One” performance was cleared for use in ’s The Kids Are Alright as Author: Devon Ivie.
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It's an alternate take (probably take two) of the one that appears in the movie and soundtrack of The Kids Are Alright and on the video and CD of The Rolling Stones' Rock & Roll Circus. ''54 is from the mono version of the studio cut recorded for the LP A Quick One.