donderdag 17 mei 2018

MP3 - The Who live in Chicago 1979 - 2CD - December 8 - soundboard

The Who - 1979-12-08 - Chicago, IL
Soundboard recording

01 - Intro (0:37)
02 - Substitute (3:08)
03 - I Can't Explain (3:24)
04 - Baba O'Riley (6:53)
05 - The Punk And The Godfather (5:56)
06 - My Wife (8:57)
07 - Sister Disco (6:12)
08 - Behind Blue Eyes (6:13)
09 - Music Must Change (9:55)
10 - Drowned (9:41)
11 - Who Are You (6:00)
12 - 5.15 (7:39)
13 - Pinball Wizard (4:12)
14 - See Me Feel Me (6:50)
15 - Long Live Rock (5:18)
16 - My Generation (4:12)
17 - I Can See For Miles (4:27)
18 - Sparks (6:07)
19 - Won't Get Fooled Again (10:03)
20 - Applause (5:59)
21 - The Real Me (2:05)
22 - Dancing In The Streets (3:51)
23 - Dance It Away (4:06)
24 - Young Man Blues (5:35)
25 - Roadrunner (1:45)
26 - Big Boss Man (3:37)
27 - How Can You Do It Alone (11:43)

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MP3 - The Who live in Pontiac 1979 - 2CD - December 7

The Who
1979-12-07
Pontiac Stadium 'Mini-Dome' (Detroit)
Source: Audience
Taped and transferred by JEMS

01. Substitute
02. I Can't Explain
03. Baba O'Riley
04. The Punk And The Godfather
05. Boris The Spider
06. Sister Disco
07. Behind Blue Eyes
08. Music Must Change
09. Drowned
10. Who Are You
11. 5:15
12. Pinball Wizard >
13. See Me Feel Me
14. Long Live Rock
15. My Generation
16. I Can See For Miles
17. Dancing In The Streets
18. Sparks
19. Won't Get Fooled Again
encore:
20. Magic Bus
21. Summertime Blues
22. How Can You Do It Alone?

Pete Townshend Vocals, Guitar
Roger Daltrey Harmonica, Vocals
John Entwistle Vocals, Bass
Kenney Jones Drums
John Bundrick Piano, Keyboards
Howie Casey - saxophone
Reg Brooks - trombone
Dave Caswell - trumpet

The 6th show of The Who's winter '79 tour found them back in the Detroit area for the second time on the tour. So much had happened in the eight days since the Masonic Temple show in Detroit on November 30th. After the deaths in Cincinnati there was a lot of attention on each show of the tour, but particularly on this show due to it being the largest show of the tour and the only other general admission show of the tour.

The Who had been the first band to play Pontiac Stadium almost four years earlier on December 9th, 1975, and they hated it! It was too cold and the sound was terrible and the size of the crowd (80,000) too unmanagable, all problems that were supposed to be addressed at this 1979 show. The stadium was set up in it's 'mini-dome' confiquation, with the stadium divided in half by a curtain and the stage set up at the fifty yard line on the field. The crowd was limited to 46,000, it was slightly warmer inside and the sound was slightly better, but only slightly! The reason they played the Masonic Temple show a week earlier was to make up for playing back at Pontiac Stadium again.

Roger Daltrey addressing the audience after 'I Can't Explain' "Hello again Detroit! It's a shame it has to be in such a karzi(toilet). We'll do our best to beat this bitch of a place. Look, there's lots of room at the front there, so if anybody would like, take a step back, and just take it easy, have a good time! We don't need to fight!"
To which Pete Townshend responds: "We already won....and lost."
Roger again before 'Long Live Rock' "We were hoping to play in the Joe Louis hall downtown this time, and it wasn't finished. The next time we come, that's where we'll be...we'll do a few shows there, so we can get rid of all this crush and this shitty sound..."

Of course, the next time they played the Detroit area, they were back at the full Pontiac Stadium, and the time after that also....a complete slap in the face to one of their most loyal fan bases in the U.S. They had been playing in the area since the 5th Dimension Club in Ann Arbor in June of 1967, their first show in the U.S. outside of New York City.

The show itself was great though, again building on the previous week's shows. It was much tighter than the show at Masonic a week earlier. It was the only show of the tour to move 'Dancing In The Streets' into the main set from the encore, and one of the few to feature 'Magic Bus', always a crowd favorite. The show ends with a great version of 'How can You Do It Alone'.

I tried to overcome the acoustics of the stadium by recording from right in front of the PA. The PA was very large, probably the same size as what would have been used for a whole stadium show, and the crowd in that area was fairly sparse. It wasn't a great sight line, and I didn't take any photos at this show, but it did eliminate most of the echo for me, and the tape came out surprisingly good.

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MP3 - The Who live in Cleveland 1979 - 2CD - December 6

THE WHO
Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, OH 6. Dec. 1979
audience recording

Disc 1:
01. Substitute
02. Can't Explain
03. Baba O'Riley
04. The Punk And The Godfather
05. Boris The Spider
06. Sister Disco
07. Behind Blue Eyes
08. Music Must Change
09. Drowned
10. Who Are You
11. 5:15

Disc 2:
01. Pinball Wizard >
02. See Me Feel Me
03. Long Live Rock
04. My Generation >
05. I Can See For Miles >
06. Sparks >
07. Won't Get Fooled Again
encore:
08. Summertime Blues >
09. How Can You Do It Alone >
10. The Real Me

approx. 116 mins
seamless transfer, disc change is a suggestion

Pete Townshend Vocals, Guitar
Roger Daltrey Harmonica, Vocals
John Entwistle Vocals, Bass
Kenney Jones Drums
John Bundrick Piano, Keyboards

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MP3 - The Who live in Buffalo 1979 - 2CD - December 4

The Who
Memorial Auditorium
Buffalo, New York
December 4, 1979

Source: Audience
Taped and transferred by JEMS

Disc one (66:42):
(1) Substitute (3:41)
(2) Can't Explain (3:12)
(3) Baba O'Riley (5:55)
(4) The Punk and the Godfather (5:28)
(5) Boris The Spider (3:21)
(6) Music Must Change (9:30)
(7) Drowned (10:37)
(8) Behind Blue Eyes (4:03)
(9) Sister Disco (5:14)
(10) Who Are You (7:15)
(11) 5:15 (8:22)

Disc two (57:08):
(1) Pinball Wizard (3:50) =>
(2) See Me Feel Me (5:45)
(3) Long Live Rock (4:15)
(4) My Generation (4:54)
Incl. Slip Kid => Bolero
(5) I Can See For Miles (4:28)
(6) Sparks (5:55)
(7) Dance It Away (1:41)
(8) Won't Get Fooled Again (10:31)
(9) Summertime Blues (3:50)
(10) Young Man Blues (5:29)
(11) How Can You Do It Alone (6:25)

Note: There are no fades applied, so disc splits are merely a suggestion.

Pete Townshend - Vocals, Guitar
Roger Daltrey - Harmonica, Vocals
John Entwistle - Vocals, Bass
Kenney Jones - Drums
John Bundrick - Piano, Keyboards
Howie Casey - saxophone
Reg Brooks - trombone
Dave Caswell - trumpet

This show took place the day following the tragic concert in Cincinnati; as noted in the prior torrent, it was unclear until near showtime whether this show would be canceled. The show went on as planned, and The Who put on a blistering, emotional performance. Roger opened the concert by making reference to the tragedy of the previous night, and dedicated the show to the "lost" audience members. The energy of this performance is evident even in the opening numbers ("Substitute" and "Can't Explain") that are typically warm-ups for the band -- this would clearly be a special night.

The performance is great throughout, with a powerful and improvisational encore. Recording quality is outstanding -- there are some minor glitches in the opening track and some close-mic audience interference (at one point you can hear "J" asking his companion to hold the microphone) but things settle down and there is very little crowd interference to take one's attention away from the music. Very enjoyable recording, and light-years better than most audience masters from the 1970s.

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MP3 - The Who live in Cincinnati 1979 - 2CD - December 3

The Who
Riverfront Coliseum
Cincinnati, OH
December 3, 1979

Taped and transferred by JEMS

Disc one (61:57):
(1) Substitute (3:13)
(2) Can't Explain (3:38)
(3) Baba O'Riley (6:00)
(4) The Punk and the Godfather (7:24)
(5) My Wife (7:18)
(6) Sister Disco (5:34)
(7) Behind Blue Eyes (4:33)
(8) Music Must Change (8:20)
(9) Drowned (9:10)
(10) Who Are You (6:43)

Disc two (54:20):
(1) 5:15 (5:54)
(2) Pinball Wizard (3:18)
(3) See Me Feel Me (5:42)
(4) Long Live Rock (4:41)
(5) My Generation Bolero (4:34)
(6) I Can See For Miles (4:51)
(7) Sparks (6:12)
(8) Won't Get Fooled Again (10:18)
(9) Summertime Blues (4:11)
(10) The Real Me (4:35)

There are no fades applied, so if you choose to burn to CD these breaks are only a suggestion.

Pete Townshend: vocals, guitar
Roger Daltrey: Harmonica, Vocals
John Entwistle: Vocals, Bass
Kenney Jones: Drums
John Bundrick: Piano, Keyboards
Howie Casey: saxophone
Reg Brooks: rombone
Dave Caswell: trumpet

Perhaps the most tragic concert in the history of rock and roll.

The third night of The Who's Winter '79 tour is infamously known for the deaths of eleven fans outside the doors of the Riverfront Coliseum before the show. Wikipedia does a solid job of explaining the circumstances around what happened. They can be found here and we've included the text from that page in the download as well: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Who_concert_disaster

The Who themselves went on and played their set, blindly unaware of what had happened until after the show ended. As with the show the night before in Pittsburgh, there were several firecrackers going off in the crowd which was again addressed by Pete. Despite not knowing what had occurred before the show, Pete and Roger tried (unsuccessfully) several times to get the crowd on the main floor to stop pressing forward. It was an extremely volatile situation inside as it was out, which may explain why the show actually wasn't canceled on the spot for fear of what the crowd might do.

Despite the terrible circumstances, there's no getting around that the Who's performance this fateful night was great, building on and surpassing the previous two nights shows. In "My Generation," Pete played his bolero for the first time on this part of the tour. Earlier, when introducing the new/additional musicians on stage, PT referenced other horn-section rock bands Chicago and Blood, Sweat and Tears, then dubbing The Who "Blood, Sweat and Shit." Samples provided.

When the band left stage after the main set, they were told by their management to play a shorter encore; the first sign something was amiss. After the encore they were told what had happened before the show. These terrible circumstances, obviously, cast a shadow over the rest of the tour. We drove to Buffalo the next day, not entirely sure whether there would be a show or not. There was, and the band addressed what happened in Cincinnati from the stage. But that's the next installment of our Who '79 Revisited campaign. For now, you can listen to the bizarrely unaffected performance in Cincinnati by a band that had no idea what had happened to their fans before the lights went down.

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MP3 - The Who live in New York 1979 - 2CD - September 13

Artist: The Who
Date: 1979-09-13
Location: New York, NY
Venue: Madison Square Garden
Source: Audience
Taping Gear: Teac M-100>Sony 153SD (mono, Dobly B on)
Taped and transferred by JEMS

Band Members:
Roger Daltrey - vocals, harmonica
Pete Townshend - guitar, vocals
John Entwistle - bass, vocals
Kenney Jones - drums
John Bundrick - keyboards, piano
Plus a 3 piece horn section of
Howie Casey - saxophone
Reg Brooks - trombone
Dave Stillwell - trumpet

Setlist:
01. Substitute
02. I Can't Explain
03. Baba O'Riley
04. The Punk And The Godfather
05. Boris The Spider
06. Sister Disco
07. Behind Blue Eyes
08. Music Must Change
09. Drowned
10. Who Are You
11. 5:15
12. Pinball Wizard ->
13. See Me Feel Me
14. Long Live Rock
15. My Generation ->
16. Blue Black White Red ->
17. The Relay ->
18. Magic Bus ->
19. Won't Get Fooled Again
20. Audience
Encores
21. Trick Of The Light
22. Summertime Blues ->
23. Cat's In The Cupboard ->
24. Big Boss Man ->
25. Naked Eye

Length: 124:16

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MP3 - The Who live in Passaic 1979 - 2CD - September 11

Artist: The Who
Date: 1979-09-11
Location: Passaic, NJ
Venue: Capitol Theatre
Source: Audience
Taping Gear: Teac M-100>Sony TCM-600(mono)
Taped and transferred by JEMS

Band Members:
Roger Daltrey - vocals, harmonica
Pete Townshend - guitar, vocals
John Entwistle - bass, vocals
Kenney Jones - drums
John Bundrick - keyboards, piano
Plus a 3 piece horn section of Howie, Reg and Dave

Setlist:
01. Intro
02. Substitute
03. Can't Explain
04. Baba O'Riley
05. The Punk And The Godfather
06. Boris The Spider
07. Sister Disco
08. Behind Blue Eyes
09. Music Must Change
10. Drowned
11. Who Are You
12. 5:15
13. Pinball Wizard ->
14. See Me Feel Me
15. Long Live Rock
16. My Generation ->
17. Relay/You've Got Rock and Roll ->
18. Blue Black White ->
19. Magic Bus ->
20. Won't Get Fooled Again
21. Audience
Encores
22. Trick Of The Light
23. Summertime Blues ->
24. Roadrunner
25. Jam ->
26. Pictures Of Lily ->
27. Alright Now ->
28. Big Boss Man

Length: 129:26

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MP3 - The Who live in Passaic 1979 - 2CD - September 10

Artist: The Who
Date: 1979-09-10
Location: Passaic, NJ
Venue: Captitol Theatre
Source: Audience
Taping Gear: Teac M-100>Sony TCM-600(mono)
Taped and transferred by JEMS

Band Members:
Roger Daltrey - vocals, harmonica
Pete Townshend - guitar, vocals
John Entwistle - bass, vocals
Kenney Jones - drums
John Bundrick - keyboards, piano

Setlist:
01. Intro
02. Substitute
03. Can't Explain
04. Baba O'Riley
05. The Punk And The Godfather
06. Boris The Spider
07. Sister Disco
08. Behind Blue Eyes
09. Music Must Change
10. Drowned
11. Who Are You
12. 5:15
13. Pinball Wizard ->
14. See Me Feel Me
15. Trick Of The Light
16. Long Live Rock
17. My Generation ->
18. Magic Bus ->
19. Won't Get Fooled Again
Encores
20. Young Man Blues
21. The Real Me

Length: 127:14

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MP3 - The Who live in Paris 1979 - 2CD - May 17

THE WHO
Pavillion de Paris, Paris, FRA 17. May 1979
audience recording

Disc 1:
01. Substitute
02. Can't Explain
03. Baba O'Riley
04. Punk And The Godfather
05. Boris The Spider
06. Sister Disco
07. Behind Blue Eyes
08. Music Must Change
09. Bargain
10. Pinball Wizard >
11. See Me Feel Me

Disc 2:
01. Long Live Rock
02. Dreaming From The Waist
03. Who Are You
04. My Generation >
05. Join Together* >
06. My Generation Blues
07. Magic Bus >
08. Instrumental Link
09. Won't Get Fooled Again
encore:
10. Young Man Blues
11. Summertime Blues
12. The Real Me

approx. 123 mins
*tapeflip in Join Together

Pete Townshend Vocals, Guitar
Roger Daltrey Harmonica, Vocals
John Entwistle Vocals, Bass
Kenney Jones Drums
John Bundrick Piano, Keyboards

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MP3 - The Who live in Frejus 1979 - 2CD - May 13

THE WHO
Arenes de Frejus, Frejus, FRA 13. May 1979

Disc 1:
01. Substitute (first 30 sec tape warble)
02. Can't Explain
03. Baba O'Riley
04. Punk And The Godfather
05. Boris The Spider
06. Sister Disco
07. Behind Blue Eyes
08. Music Must Change
09. Dreaming From The Waist
10. Pinball Wizard >
11. See Me Feel Me

Disc 2:
01. Long Live Rock
02. Bargain //
xx. Who Are You (missing)
xx. My Generation (missing)
xx. Join Together (missing)
xx. My Generation Blues (missing)
xx. Magic Bus (missing)
03. // Instrumental Link >
04. Won't Get Fooled Again
encore:
05. Young Man Blues
06. Shakin' All Over
07. The Real Me

approx. 87 mins
incomplete recording
seamless mastering, disc change is only a suggestion
the missing songs could have been played...

Pete Townshend Vocals, Guitar
Roger Daltrey Harmonica, Vocals
John Entwistle Vocals, Bass
Kenney Jones Drums
John Bundrick Piano, Keyboards

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MP3 - The Who live in Toronto 1976 - 2CD - October 21 - Keith Moon's last concert

The Who
Keith Moon's last official concert.
Live at Maple Leaf Gardens
Toronto, Ont
October 21, 1976
artwork included

DISC ONE
01 Can't Explain
02 Substitute
03 My Wife
04 Baba O'Riley
05 Squeeze Box
06 Behind Blue Eyes
07 Dreaming From The Waist
08 Magic Bus

DISC TWO
01 Amazing Journey - Sparks
02 The Acid Queen
03 Fiddle About
04 Pinball Wizard
05 I'm Free
06 Tommy's Holiday Camp
07 We're Not Going To Take It
08 Summertime Blues
09 My Generation - Join Together - Reprise
10 Won't Get Fooled Again

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MP3 - The Who live in Largo 1976 - 2CD - August 4

Artist: The Who
Date: August 4th, 1976
Location: Largo, MD
Venue: The Capital Centre
Source: Audience
Artwork: Included

Band Members:
Roger Daltrey - vocals, harmonica
Pete Townshend - guitar, vocals
John Entwistle - bass, vocals
Keith Moon - drums, vocals

Disc One:
1. Intro
2. I Can't Explain
3. Substitute
4. My Wife
5. Baba O'Riley
6. Squeeze Box
7. Behind Blue Eyes
8. Dreaming From The Waist
9. Magic Bus
10. Audience
11. Amazing Journey
12. Sparks

Disc Two:
1. Acid Queen
2. Fiddle About
3. Pinball Wizard
4. I'm Free
5. Tommy's Holiday Camp
6. We're Not Gonna Take It
7. Summertime Blues
8. My Generation
9. Won't Get Fooled Again

Length: 99:43

Notes:
JEMS master recording and excellent sounding recording. This is the first time(August 2009) a transfer of this recording has been made available directly from the master cassette.

This is my recording of the second night of the 'Worldwind Tour' which consisted of 2 shows at the Capital Centre just outside Washington D.C. and 2 shows in Florida. We were a bit further back this night, but the show was better and the band were sharper than the first night. There was a false ending for Magic Bus, and as the applause started I stopped the deck to flip the tape, and they began to play again briefly, so there is a unfortunate cut at the end there.
tapeboy for JEMS

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MP3 - The Who live in Seattle 1976 - 2CD - October 14

Artist: The Who
Date: 1976-10-14
Location: Seattle, WA
Venue: Seattle Center Coliseum
Source: Audience
Taping Gear: Sony ECM-22P mic>Tandberg Model 11 R2R deck
Taped and transferred by JEMS

Band Members:
Roger Daltrey - vocals, harmonica
Pete Townshend - guitar, vocals
John Entwistle - bass, vocals
Keith Moon - drums, vocals

Setlist:
01. Intro
02. I Can't Explain
03. Substitute
04. My Wife
05. Baba O'Riley
06. Squeeze Box
07. Behind Blue Eyes
08. Dreaming From The Waist
09. Magic Bus
10. Amazing Journey ->
11. Sparks
12. Acid Queen
13. Fiddle About
14. Pinball Wizard
15. I'm Free
16. Tommy's Holiday Camp
17. We're Not Gonna Take It
18. Summertime Blues
19. My Generation
20. Won't Get Fooled Again (Original)*
*Slight cut towards end due to reel change
Bonus
21. Won't Get Fooled Again (Patched)

Length: 107:10

Notes:
JEMS master recording.
This show from the 3rd leg of The Who's 75-76 North American Tour was recorded by the 'S' in JEMS. It is Keith Moon's last U.S. performance, and he was in great form this night, and high in the mix! This show also features a early 'Who Are You' improvisation during My Generation. The master tape was missing about 55 seconds towards the end of Won't Get Fooled Again (reel change!) This version includes a patched version, and the orginal incomplete version of Won't Get Fooled Again.
tapeboy for JEMS

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MP3 - The Who live in Oakland 1976 - 2CD - October 9

The Who
10/9/76
Oakland Coliseum Stadium, CA

source: AUD 1st gen reel

disc one: 61:19

01: I Can't Explain
02: Substitute
03: My Wife
04: Baba O'Riley
05: Squeeze Box
06: Behind Blue Eyes
07: Dreaming From The Waist
08: Magic Bus
09: Amazing Journey
10: Sparks
11: The Acid Queen

disc two: 46:10

01: Fiddle About
02: Pinball Wizard
03: I'm Free
04: Tommy's Holiday Camp
05: We're Not Gonna Take It
06: See Me, Feel Me (Listening To You)
07: Summertime Blues
08: My Generation/Join Together/My Generation>
09: Won't Get Fooled Again

notes: Day On The Green, w/Grateful Dead

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woensdag 9 mei 2018

MP3 - The Who live in Largo 1976 - 2CD - August 3

Artist: The Who
Date: 1976-08-03
Location: Largo, MD
Venue: The Capital Centre
Source: Audience
Taping Gear: Advent Dynamic Mics>Sony 153-SD Cassette Deck(Dobly B on)
Taped and transferred by JEMS

Band Members:
Roger Daltrey - vocals, harmonica
Pete Townshend - guitar, vocals
John Entwistle - bass, vocals
Keith Moon - drums, vocals

Setlist:
01. Intro
02. I Can't Explain
03. Substitute
04. My Wife
05. Baba O'Riley
06. Squeeze Box
07. Behind Blue Eyes
08. Dreaming From The Waist
09. Magic Bus
10. Audience
11. Amazing Journey ->
12. Sparks
13. Acid Queen
14. Fiddle About
15. Pinball Wizard
16. I'm Free
17. Tommy's Holiday Camp
18. We're Not Gonna Take It
19. Summertime Blues
20. My Generation
21. Won't Get Fooled Again

Length: 98:14

Notes:
JEMS master recording and excellent sounding recording. All songs are complete with the only cut at the tape flip during the audience cheering between Magic Bus/Amazing Journey.

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MP3 - The Who live in Swansea 1976 - 1CD - June 12 - soundboard

The Who
"Who Put The Boot In"
June 12, 1976
Swansea, Wales
soundboard recording

1. Amazing Journey
2. Sparks
3. Acid Queen
4. Fiddle About
5. Pinball Wizard
6. I'm Free
7. How Can We Follow (this is actually the end of I'm Free)
8. Baba O'Riley
9. Squeeze Box
10. Behind Blue Eyes
11. Dreaming From The Waist
12. Summertime Blues
13. My Generation Jam
- Talking About It
- Join Together
- My Generation
- Blues Guitar Interlude
14. Won't Get Fooled Again

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MP3 - The Who live in Anaheim 1976 - 2CD - March 21

The Who
Anaheim Stadium
Anaheim, California, USA
03-21-76

Boot Title: Who's On First?
Label: Handen Hoch Records
Recorded by Mr Wizard.

Disc One:
01 Who's On First (Abbott and Costello sketch)
02 Can't Explain
03 Substitute
04 My Wife
05 Baba O'Riley
06 Squeeze Box
07 Behind Blue Eyes
08 Dreaming From The Waist
09 Magic Bus

Disc Two:
01 Amazing Journey
02 Sparks
03 The Acid Queen
04 Fiddle About
05 Pinball Wizard
06 I'm Free
07 Tommy's Holiday Camp
08 We're Not Gonna Take It
09 Summertime Blues
10 My Generation
11 Join Together
12 Roadrunner
13 Won't Get Fooled Again

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MP3 - The Who live in New York 1976 - 2CD - March 11

Date: 1976-03-11
Location: New York, NY
Venue: Madison Square Garden
Source: Audience

Band Members:
Pete Townshend - vocals, guitar
Roger Daltrey - vocals, harmonica
John Entwistle - bass, vocals
Keith Moon - drums, vocals

Setlist:
01. I Can't Explain
02. Substitute
03. My Wife
04. Baba O'Riley
05. Squeeze Box
06. Behind Blue Eyes
07. Slip Kid
08. Dreaming From The Waist
09. Magic Bus
10. Amazing Journey
11. Sparks
12. The Acid Queen
13. Pinball Wizard
14. I'm Free
15. Tommy's Holiday Camp
16. We're Not Gonna Take It
17. Summertime Blues
18. My Generation (cuts in)
19. Won't Get Fooled Again
20. Road Runner
21. Let's See Action
22. Naked Eye

Length: 113:59

Notes:
Master transfer to dat from the JEMS archives. We are not sure how many recordings circulate for this show but are pretty sure this one is not a commonly circulated one. What we call source 1 is the Artie recording has circulated for many years along with various other recordings of his (most notably his Led Zeppelin New York recordings from 72-77). This source is as good if not better than Artie's recording but is not without some major flaws. During My Wife and Baba O'Riley the recording suffers from severe microphone problems making the 2 songs almost unlistenable. We've included from Artie's recording (from a master>cdr sourced transfer) these 2 songs along with the originals from this recording. This was one of those rare shows in 76 where they actually played some encores after Won't Get Fooled Again and also includes the rarely played Slip Kid.

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vrijdag 4 mei 2018

FLAC - The Who live in Buffalo 1989 - 2CD - July 18

Artist: The Who
Date: 1989-07-18
Location: Buffalo, NY
Venue: Rich Stadium
Source: Audience
Lineage: Dat master tape>Wavelab 48/16>izotope 44.1/16>flac
Taping Gear: Panasonic SV-255, Nakamichi CM-700 mics
Taped and Transferred By: JEMS

Band Members:
Roger Daltrey – lead vocals, guitar, harmonica
Pete Townshend – guitar, vocals
John Entwistle – bass guitar, vocals

backing band
John "Rabbit" Bundrick – keyboards
Simon Phillips – drums
Steve Bolton – lead guitar
Jody Linscott – percussion
Simon Clarke – alto saxophone, baritone saxophone
Roddy Lorimer – trumpet, flugelhorn
Simon Gardner – trumpet
Neil Sidwell – trombone
Tim Sanders – tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone
Chyna Gordon – backing vocals
Cleveland Watkiss – backing vocals
Billy Nicholls – backing vocals, music director

Setlist:
Set I
01. Overture
02. It's A Boy
03. 1921
04. Amazing Journey
05. Sparks
06. The Acid Queen
07. Pinball Wizard
08. We're Not Gonna Take It!
09. Emminence Front
10. Face The Face
11. I'm A Man
12. I Can't Explain
13. Subsitute
14. I Can See For Miles
15. Trick Of The Light
16. Boris The Spider
17. Who Are You

Set II
18. Magic Bus (cuts in)
19. Baba O'Riley
20. My Generation
21. A Little Is Enough
22. 5.15
23. Love, Reign O'er Me
24. Sister Disco
25. Rough Boys
26. Join Together
27. You Better You Bet
28. Behind Blue Eyes
29. Won't Get Fooled Again
30. Hey Joe
31. Dig
32. Summertime Blues

Length: 160:56

Notes:
The Who in 1989...the Who on ice...the vegas show...Many things have been said about this tour, most not good. I enjoyed these shows though. It was a celebration of the Who's career played out in stadiums mostly with a great band that was, for the most part, The Deep End with John and Roger on board. The great Simon Phillips on drums, the great Kick Horns, Jodie Linscott on percussion. The only weak link in this band was Steve Bolton on guitar and the tour's finest moments were when PT took over on electric. Toronto couldn't have been more of a surprise. A band not known for adventurous setlists suddenly were all over the place.Tommy, solo material, covers, songs they hadn't played in more than two decades! The shows were comprised of two sets, which started out totalling about 3 hours before being pared down after about 3 weeks on the road. Roger was in great voice, John never better on bass and Pete alternated between acoustic guitar and electric guitar and sometimes really PLAYED the electric guitar! I recorded these shows on a new Panasonic dat deck I bought for this tour. With the exception of my car it was the most expensive thing I had ever bought and it would get hot enough to fry an egg on! Pittsburgh has a great Naked Eye. Buffalo has my favorite moment of the whole tour, and one of the best PT moments ever in an astounding Hey Joe. Pete finds a new pedal at the end of the first verse and then adds a great coda to finish the song.

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FLAC - The Who live in Toronto 1989 - 2CD - June 23

Artist: The Who
Date: 1989-06-23
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Venue: CNE Stadium
Source: Audience
Lineage: Dat master tape>Wavelab 48/16>izotope 44.1/16>flac
Taping Gear: Panasonic SV-255, Nakamichi CM-700 mics
Taped and Transferred By: JEMS

Band Members:
Roger Daltrey – lead vocals, guitar, harmonica
Pete Townshend – guitar, vocals
John Entwistle – bass guitar, vocals

backing band
John "Rabbit" Bundrick – keyboards
Simon Phillips – drums
Steve Bolton – lead guitar
Jody Linscott – percussion
Simon Clarke – alto saxophone, baritone saxophone
Roddy Lorimer – trumpet, flugelhorn
Simon Gardner – trumpet
Neil Sidwell – trombone
Tim Sanders – tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone
Chyna Gordon – backing vocals
Cleveland Watkiss – backing vocals
Billy Nicholls – backing vocals, music director

Setlist:
Set I
01. Set I Intro
02. Overture
03. It's A Boy
04. 1921
05. Amazing Journey
06. Sparks
07. The Acid Queen
08. Pinball Wizard
09. Do You Think It's Alright?
10. Fiddle About
11. I'm Free
12. Tommy's Holiday Camp
13. We're Not Gonna Take It!
14. I Won't Run Anymore
15. All Shall Be Well
16. A Friend Is A Friend
17. I Can't Explain
18. Subsitute
19. I Can See For Miles
20. Trick Of The Light
21. Boris The Spider
22. Who Are You

Set II
23. Magic Bus
24. Baba O'Riley
25. My Generation
26. A Little Is Enough
27. 5.15
28. Love, Reign O'r Me
29. Love Hurts
30. Save It For Later
31. Too Late The Hero
32. My Wife
33. Give Blood
34. Join Together
35. Behind Blue Eyes
36. Won't Get Fooled Again
37. You Better You Bet
38. Summertime Blues

Length: 170:53

Notes:
The Who in 1989...the Who on ice...the vegas show...Many things have been said about this tour, most not good. I enjoyed these shows though. It was a celebration of the Who's career played out in stadiums mostly with a great band that was, for the most part, The Deep End with John and Roger on board. The great Simon Phillips on drums, the great Kick Horns, Jodie Linscott on percussion. The only weak link in this band was Steve Bolton on guitar and the tour's finest moments were when PT took over on electric. Toronto couldn't have been more of a surprise. A band not known for adventurous setlists suddenly were all over the place.Tommy, solo material, covers, songs they hadn't played in more than two decades! The shows were comprised of two sets, which started out totalling about 3 hours before being pared down after about 3 weeks on the road. Roger was in great voice, John never better on bass and Pete alternated between acoustic guitar and electric guitar and sometimes really PLAYED the electric guitar! I recorded these shows on a new Panasonic dat deck I bought for this tour. With the exception of my car it was the most expensive thing I had ever bought and it would get hot enough to fry an egg on! Pittsburgh has a great Naked Eye. Buffalo has my favorite moment of the whole tour, and one of the best PT moments ever in an astounding Hey Joe. Pete finds a new pedal at the end of the first verse and then adds a great coda to finish the song.

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