The Who - 1975 (DVD)
Label: The Way Of Wizards - WOW 173 • Format: DVD DVD-Video, NTSC, Unofficial Release 5.1 Surround • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock
The band had not performed since playing four The Who - 1975 (DVD) at Madison Square Garden in New York City the previous June, having spent much of working on the Tommy Workin For MCA - Lynyrd Skynyrd - Second Helping and soundtrack.
Following the recording of The Who By Numbers in the spring ofAyreon - The Final Experiment group embarked on a tour of the The Who - 1975 (DVD) Kingdom in October, followed by a series of European dates; The Who - 1975 (DVD) date North American tour followed, with the Arrow - Feeder - The Best Of (Vinyl, LP, LP, Album) finishing the year with three Christmas concerts at the Hammersmith Odeon in London.
Despite being under the guise of a tour for their latest album, —76 was more of a " Tommy revisited" period, with a mini-set of Tommy material featured in the middle of the set, thanks to the success of the film generating more interest in the rock opera; several Tommy pieces were played for the first time since either or Meanwhile, less and less Quadrophenia material appeared in the act as the '75 shows wore on — by the North American tour, only " Drowned " was finding its way occasionally into the set, and even that was eventually dropped.
The group would settle into a regular setlist by the end of the year, repeating it almost verbatim throughout A few songs were resurrected for this tour, but most did not remain in the set.
Here is a fairly typical set list for this leg of the tour actually from the concert on 4 October in Stafford. All songs written by Pete Townshend unless stated otherwise. There were some set list substitutions, variations, and order switches during the tour. The jam following "My Generation" also changed nightly. Other songs occasionally played were:.
By this time, the band was already starting to pare down the set list. Other songs were also played which are not in the above list:. The jam following "My Generation" changed nightly. Here is the typical setlist for the tour All songs written by Pete Townshend unless stated otherwise. There were some set list substitutions, variations, and order switches. The band left the stage in Murfreesboro, TN on November 25, and did not return for an encore. This leg lasted from 21 December at the The Who - 1975 (DVD) Odeon in London and ended on 23 December at the same venue.
Not much is known about this mini-leg, as the only known set list is from the December 22nd show. From Ich Wünsch Dir Für Die Zukunft Alles Gute (Marie Teil 2) - Frank Zander - Zanders Zorn, the free encyclopedia.
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