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Performer: The Who
Genre: Rock
Album: New York City - 22•05•04
Released: 2004
Style: Classic Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1262 mb
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Rating: 4.3
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1-1 I Can't Explain
1-2 Substitute
1-3 Anyway Anyhow Anywhere
1-4 Who Are You
1-5 Behind Blue Eyes
1-6 Baba O'Riley
1-7 5:15
1-8 The Punk And The Godfather
1-9 Love Reign O'er Me
1-10 Eminence Front
1-11 Drowned
1-12 Naked Eye
2-1 Real Good Looking Boy
2-2 You Better You Bet
2-3 My Generation
2-4 Young Man Blues
2-5 Old Red Wine
2-6 Won't Get Fooled Again
2-7 Pinball Wizard
2-8 Amazing Journey
2-9 Sparks
2-10 See Me Feel Me/Listening To You
2-11 Magic Bus


Part of 2004 Live series from Eel Pie & www.themusic.com.
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i was at this show, this was one of the last times i saw the who live, great set list as you can see but again like a skipping record or cd JOHN WAS GONE and it took a bit of power out of the who live, pino is great!!! prior to johns death i was a fan of pinos as i liked work he did back in the early to mid 1980s with the late david byron ( uriah heep) but entwistle is just not a guy who could be replaced, still the show is decent but roger was starting to have bad vocal problems and if you buy this disc you will certainly hear it, the two big let downs was WE THE CROWD had to really help roger get through behind blue eyes and im sorry but i just did not feel in 2004 we needed anything new by the who and real good looking boy and old red wine where weak songs, there could have been two more much better who songs done this night from the 1965 to 1982 catlog rather then those............two, anyway as with the others this was released on the Eel pie label via the whos website at the time, all of these are long oop