07

Jul

2011

Roger Daltrey

Manchester Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK

07/07/11 Manchester Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK

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Set One

Intro 142

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Overture 226

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It's A Boy 146

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1921 179

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Amazing Journey 306

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Sparks 128

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Eyesight To The Blind 140

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Christmas 280

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Cousin Kevin 239

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The Acid Queen 237

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Do You Think It's Alright? 24

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Fiddle About 94

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Pinball Wizard 194

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There's A Doctor 29

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Go To The Mirror 231

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Tommy, Can You Hear Me? 93

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Smash The Mirror 86

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Sensation 216

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I'm Free 164

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Miracle Cure 18

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Sally Simpson 276

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Welcome 248

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Tommy's Holiday Camp 70

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We're Not Gonna Take It 541

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Set Two

Intro 260

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I Can See For Miles 273

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Pictures Of Lily 268

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Behind Blue Eyes 284

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Days Of Light 400

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Freedom Ride 294

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Johnny Cash Medley 462

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Real Good Looking Boy 399

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Who Are You? 386

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My Generation 113

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Young Man Blues 450

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Baba O'Riley 471

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Without Your Love 347

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Red, Blue And Grey 270

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Show Notes
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  • 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
     
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Reviews for this item

Tony 7/10/2011 5:15:38 AM

"I bought the flac version. The performance is great and no vocal problem for Roger. The first half of the Tommy cd is bad mixed: guitars and keyboards are too low. The second cd is ok. Rog voice is a bit too loud in all the tracks."

Noel Vaughan 7/8/2011 1:28:48 AM

"This gig was like having a one to one with Roger and the band in your living room. The whole show had a warm feeling with plenty of banter from Roger, it looked like they were all really enjoying themselves and the atmosphere in the hall was great. It was nice to hear material that you don't normally hear at a WHO gig. After Tommy which I have to say was fantastic, the band played a few WHO numbers and one or two of Rogers solo material, Days of Light was awesome. Never thought I'd see Roger do Johnny Cash live but having followed the WHO since 1969, nothing surprises me. Go to see this show you won't be disappointed and you'll see some great drumming and guitar work. Thanks lads, a truely great night out and an excellent gig. If you read this Rog, thanks for all the hard work and constant gigging. "