Since it's a legal site shouldn't it be OK? Location: NH. I don't know about The Who, but many Better Than Me - Auryn - Anti-Héroes (Fan Edition) the shows linked on their site are clearly boots.
I'm just sayin', that's all Barnabas CollinsDec 5, Location: Houston. Great news. Location: Horse Shoe, NC. Location: Northern California. Location: Long Island, NY. Just dumb speculation - but if the engineer had an analog watch with a "day of the month" display, and he forgot to manually adjust it ahead after November which has only 30 days, and an analog watch will just display "31"he may have been a day off. I just adjusted my watch this morning - it read the date as the 5th.
Uncle AlDec 5, Location: Silver Spring MD. EreDec 5, Location: Tokyo, West-side Location: ft. Dondy likes this. Location: Surprise, AZ. I wrote to Wolfgang's quite a while ago telling them that there were some errors regarding their original listings of the show.
The King Biscuit show was originally broadcast as Pink Floyd - The Secret Valley the DC show, I have the original cassette I made way back when they were broadcast in May The Philly show was the best of the entire tour and easily beat the trouble plagued DC show - I was fortunate to see both.
The Fallout Shelter Tour was extremely problematic for the Who as the technology was not quite there yet. Mike from NYCDec 6, I did listen to the Largo The Real Me and it was solid. Drowned sounded more shaky. Naked Eye had some nice moments. Comments: The Philadelphia '73 tracks are taken from the same source as the "Tales From The Who", while the rest of the tracks Drowned - The Who - Largo 1973 credited to "San Francisco '74" - but the band didn't play there then.
Judging Drowned - The Who - Largo 1973 the track listing, it looks like part of the '71 set list. This pressing is on colored vinyl. Comments: Apparently this release was a direct copy from a radio station promo CD. There is also a radio station promo "floating around" that has "My Wife" from the same concert Obviously a "rip off" CD, but at least it has very good sound quality. However, the bonus videos are great!
Comments: You always have to wonder what would inspire someone to put a collection like this together All of this material was "lifted" from other bootlegs. Very good sound quality, but overall, what's the point? Marsh, Dave Fletcher, Tony Drowned - The Who - Largo 1973 Omnibus Press. Unterberger, Richie Perrone, Pierre 24 January The Independent. Retrieved 23 January Flippo, Chet 24 January Rolling Stone. Browne, David 10 February Roberts, Randall 31 January Los Angeles Times.
The band performed mostly in the United Kingdom, with a few dates in Paris and a short tour of Scandinavia. Supported releases include " Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere ", " My Drowned - The Who - Largo 1973 " and the album of the same name. Performances mostly in Drowned - The Who - Largo 1973 United Kingdom, with various short tours around Continental Europe. Various dates in the United Kingdom and three separate trips to North America; the Drowned - The Who - Largo 1973 also performs its first opera house shows later in the year in support of Tommy.
Opera house dates in Europe, as well as various dates and tours of the United Kingdom and the United States, supporting Tommy. A five-week European tour promoting Who's Next. One TV live special in the Netherlands early in the year, with tours of England and North America later in the year in support of Quadrophenia. The group's last tours with Keith Moon. Two special performances in London filmed for The Kids Are Alright documentary, marking Keith Moon's last performances before his death.
New drummer Kenney Jones and keyboardist John "Rabbit" Bundrick joined the band for a brief run of shows throughout Europe in the summer and fall and the New York metro area in September.
In the late autumn, the band undertake a short tour of the Midwest and Northeast promoting The Kids Are Alright and Quadrophenia films. Eleven fans died prior to a 3 December show in Cincinnati. Tim Gorman serves as the keyboardist for the year, while the group intended at the time for this to be their last tour.
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