The Who ‎– Rock Is Dead ... Long Live Rock!

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Eat A Peach! ‎– EAT 121/22/23
Format:
3 × CD, Unofficial Release
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Tracklist

K.B. Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 21st, 1972
1-1 Can't Explain
1-2 Summertime Blues
1-3 My Wife
1-4 Baba O' Riley
1-5 Behind Blue Eyes
1-6 Bargain
1-7 Won't Get Fooled Again
1-8 Magic Bus
1-9 Relay
2-1 Pinball Wizard
2-2 See Me Feel Me
2-3 My Generation
2-4 Naked Eye
2-5 Sparks
K.B. Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 25th, 1972
2-6 I Can't Explain
2-7 Summertime Blues
2-8 My Wife
2-9 Baba O' Riley
2-10 Behind Blue Eyes
3-1 Bargain
3-2 Won't Get Fooled Again
3-3 Magic Bus
3-4 Relay
3-5 Pinball Wizard
3-6 See Me Feel Me
3-7 My Generation
3-8 However Much I Booze
3-9 Naked Eye
3-10 Long Live Rock

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Notes

Two complete shows, excellent audience recordings.

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saxonman1

saxonman1

November 27, 2016
this is a beautiful 3 cd set out of europe, this 3 cd set consists of BOTH of the whos danish shows from august 1972, i have had the first show from august 21st for years on the danish treat boot but this was a first for the second danish show for me as i have a number of other shows from the 1972 european tour from italy, germany etc. the danish treat gig never sounded that great, it is a really good audience recording as is the august 25th show but the august 25th show has a hiss to it that no matter how enhanced this disc is with the remastering and the better sound from the 1990s boot the hiss is still there, the great thing with the second show is towards the end of the gig you get a bit of a medley and hear however much i booze ( wich would not be released until 3 years later on the who by numbers record in october 1975) in its very early working stage live along with long live rock wich is also a bit of a working stage song here as well, long live rock was officially recorded about this time in 1972 BUT not released until october 1974 on the odds and sods compilation. you also get the classic naked eye here as well wich was common in who sets from 1969 and pretty much through out the rest of the whos touring days up until well into this century!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i must also add the packaging is beautiful and the sleeve glossy and a little booklet comes with this, im not sure how many of these where printed but this came out this year in 2016..... YES THEY ARE SILVER FACTORY PRESSED DISCS
DamnFooFoo

DamnFooFoo

November 23, 2016
Cover states 'Rock id dead.... ' . Has anyone got a updated sleeve yet?