The Who's performance at Amsterdam's Opera House in September 1969 was remarkable in a number of ways. It was the first of a
series of gigs in more formal surroundings and one of the longest live gigs the Who ever performed. Live In Amsterdam embodies
Nick Cohn's vision of The Who as Superpop. The choice of songs is perceptive. The sound quality is extraordinary. The performances
are intuitive, sensitive and wildly exciting. Live In Amsterdam is a vital document of the Who at their performing peak, and Probably The
Best Who Live LP In The World.