15

Jul

2011

Roger Daltrey

GuilFest, Guilford, UK

07/15/11 GuilFest, Guilford, UK

Products

Set One

I Can See For Miles 303

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The Real Me 239

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Pictures Of Lily 189

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You're All Tommys 59

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Overture 227

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It's A Boy 138

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1921 182

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Amazing Journey 306

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Sparks 130

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Eyesight To The Blind 141

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Christmas 315

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Cousin Kevin 238

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The Acid Queen 232

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Do You Think It's Alright? 28

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Fiddle About 93

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Pinball Wizard 197

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There's A Doctor 28

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Go To The Mirror 226

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Tommy, Can You Hear Me? 95

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Smash The Mirror 85

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Sensation 217

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I'm Free 164

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Miracle Cure 18

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Sally Simpson 268

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Welcome 272

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Tommy's Holiday Camp 69

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We're Not Gonna Take It 595

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Set Two

Who Are You 373

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Behind Blue Eyes 250

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Going Mobile 320

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Young Man Blues 468

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Baba O'Riley 323

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band introductions 63

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Without Your Love 320

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$15.95

$15.95

Show Notes
  • Got a Tour Laminate with a Download Code?  Add the MP3s for this show to your cart and then click the Redeem It Here link at the top of the Checkout page
     
  • Roger Daltrey performs The Who's Tommy
     
  • Frank Simes (guitar), Scott Deavours (drums), Jon Button (Bass), Loren Gold (Keyboards) and, also on guitar, Simon (younger brother of Pete) Townshend
     
  • For more info, please check out TheWho.com

     
Reviews for this item

Simon Lewis 8/17/2011 8:17:41 AM

"Anyone who went to this gig will be aware of the sound problems at the start of the show. Luckily most of the load feedback noises are not present in the download. Unfortunately one still remains at about 2 minutes into the song 1921. Just like at the concert it will hurt your ears to listen to it. If you were to purchase this concert I would recommend not listening to 1921 or having the volume turned right down. Your ears will thank you for it. If like me and you want a memento of the concert, then it is possibly worth purchasing with the above warning. Otherwise I'd get one of the other shows on the tour as the setlists are basically the same and the sound quality would probably be better from one of the indoor shows."