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  1. The tour promoted the recent It's Hard album, which had been released in June , and the set list included a number of tracks from that album, some of which the band would only play live on this tour. This concert film features the show from the second of their two nights at New York's Shea Stadium and was filmed on October 13th
  2. Jun 29,  · is a year of even higher profile than usual for this legendary band – with their 50th Anniversary show taking place in London’s Hyde Park – and LIVE AT SHEA STADIUM shows exactly what their reputation has been built on.
  3. Back in , in what was then supposed to be The Who's farewell tour (we now know how that turned out) they made a two night stop in New York's Shea Stadium on October 12 & I actually happened to be in attendance on the first night as a young 16 year old who had been listening to the band since the late '70s and this was my first live.
  4. Feb 14,  · anyway the reason i feel this is the best who boot from that tour is becouse for some reason at the old shea stadium in queens new york the who did 2 songs live and ONLY AT THIS GIG AS THIS WAS THE SECOND GIG OF 2 NIGHTS, they did TATTOO from sell out and they also did the beatles cover I SAW HER STANDING THERE as well as the encore twist and /5(5).
  5. Erste Komplett-Veröffentlichung des Who-Auftrittes vom Oktober im Shea Stadium, New York, damals letztmalig mit Kenney Jones am Schlagwerk, im Rahmen der It’s Hard-Tournee, die das Quartett vorwiegend durch Nordamerika führte (danach war bis erst einmal 7 .
  6. New York, NY, Shea Stadium. The Who, Wednesday, October Set list. Substitute; I Can't Explain; Dangerous; Sister Disco; The Quiet One; It's Hard; Eminence Front; Behind Blue Eyes; Baba O'Riley; I'm One; The Punk And The Godfather; Drowned; Tattoo; Cry If You Want; Who Are You; Pinball Wizard Shea Stadium (, CD) Live At.
  7. As the Who supposedly wind down with their 50th anniversary tour, it’s nice to see missing gems like Live At Shea Stadium come along to remind everyone of the band’s storied history. Unlike The Who Rocks America VHS tape comprising the tour’s final show in Toronto (yet to get a proper DVD and Blu-ray release at press time), this outdoor stadium show from the Who’s second.

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