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Songs / Tracks Listing

1) I Can t Explain
2) Who Are You
3) The Kids Are Alright
4) Pictures Of Lily
5) I Can See For Miles
6) My Generation
7) Behind Blue Eyes
8) Bargain
9) Join Together
10) You Better You Bet
11) I m One
12) Love Reign O er Me
13) Eminence Front
14) Amazing Journey / Sparks
15) Pinball Wizard
16) See Me, Feel Me / Listening To You
17) Baba O Riley
18) Won t Get Fooled Again

Total Time : 128 minutes

Line-up / Musicians

- Simon Townsend / Guitar, Mandolin, Backing Vocals
- Pino Palladino / Bass
- Zak Strakey / Drums
- Loren Gold / keyboards, Backing Vocals
- Frank Simes / Musical director, keyboards, Backing Vocals and other instruments.
- Roger Daltrey / Lead Vocals
- Pete Townsend / Guitars, Vocals

Releases information

Deluxe edition (Book + 2CD +Blu-Ray + DVD) , 3LP + DVD, B;u-Ray on Eagle Rock. Recorder live June 26th at London's Hyde Park, with interviews from different artists

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Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(67%)
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Review by rdtprog
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Heavy / RPI / Symphonic Prog Team
4 stars This is the last show of their 50th anniversary tour in London's Hyde Park. The show start in the daylight atmosphere being a outdoor venue. It's still amazing to see Pete Townsend playing with this energy level after many years. And listening to him in this show, the band bring back the question each tour about being the possible last tour of the band, and they keep touring. The set list here is almost perfect with some of their classics, only the song "Join Together" didn't connect with me, but the pacing of all the songs is well done. I rediscovered how good were the songs "Amazing Journey" and "Sparks" that was done in a medley. The ending is the epic and great song "Wont Get Fooled Again" with all the atmosphere of the keyboards parts that was created by Pete Townsend. Roger Daltrey is still young enough to deliver a decent performance that could go along with those younger musicians behind him. I also find quiet enjoyable those short stories that share different artists between some songs explaining the influence of the Who in their life. The show in High Definition is nice to watch and the big screen in the back has plenty of beautiful projections throughout the show.

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