July 7: Great Concert by The Who @ Tanglewood, Lenox, MA, USA 1970 (video)

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The fire and passion of the Who in 1970 and the symbiosis that these four musicians achieve here is nothing short of astounding. The Leeds and Isle of Wight recordings will always remain as two of the Who’s landmark 1970 recordings, and deservedly so, but thanks to this spectacular new transfer of Bill Graham’s recordings, Tanglewood is now equally worthy of attention.
~Alan Bershaw (The Concert Vault)

Tanglewood, Lenox, MA
July 7, 1970

  • Roger Daltrey: Vocals, Harmonica
  • John Entwistle: Vocals, Bass
  • Keith Moon: Vocals, Drums
  • Pete Townshend : Vocals, Guitar

Setlist:

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June 29: The Who – Hyde Park, London 1996 (video)

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Show for the Princes trust with special guests: Phil Daniels (Narration), Trevor McDonald (Newscaster), Ade Edmundson (Bell Boy; later with shotgun and scooter), Gary Glitter (Rocker), Stephen Fry (Hotel Manager), Dave Gilmour (Guitar on Dirty Jobs, Love Reign O’er Me). The band was introduced by Jools Holland. The other bands of the show: Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan and Ron Wood, Alanis Morrisette.
~The Who Concert Guide

Sat, 29 June 1996
London, Hyde Park

  • Roger Daltrey: Vocals
  • John Entwistle: Vocals, Bass
  • Pete Townshend : Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Guitar
  • John Bundrick: Piano, Keyboards
  • Jon Carin : Keyboards
  • Phil Daniels: Narrator
  • Dennis Farias: Brass Section
  • Simon Gardner: Brass Section
  • David Gilmore: Guitar
  • Gary Glitter: Vocals
  • Nick Lane: Brass Section
  • Jody Linscott: Percussion
  • Billy Nicholls: Backing Vocal
  • Neil Sidwell: Brass Section
  • Zak Starkey: Drums
  • Simon Townshend : Vocals, Guitar
  • Roy Wiegand: Brass Section
  • Geoff Whitehorn : Guitar

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Feb 14: The Who recorded “Live At Leeds” in 1970

Rolling Stone [Magazine] hailed it as the best ever live album, and they may still be right…
~Chris Jones (BBC – 2007)

The only clips from this fantastic concert: 

  • Fortune Teller (0:00 to 0:05) –
  • Happy Jack (0:06 to 0:13) –
  • I’m a Boy (0:14 to 0:33) –
  • A Quick One While He’s Away (0:34 to 2:09) –
  • Christmas (2:10 to 3:05) –
  • Pinball Wizard (3:06 to 3:22) –
  • Go to The Mirror (3:22 to 3:26) –
  • Smash The Mirror (3:27 to 3:35)-
  • Tommy’s Holliday Camp (3:36 to 3:45) –
  • We’re Not Gonna Take It (with See Me, Feel Me) (3:46 at the end)

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