Live At The Royal Albert Hall is a live album by The Who recorded on 27 November 2000.
This is the same version of the band that is so good on Blues To The Bush.
It was a charity gig for the Teenage Cancer Trust and this attracted some big name guest stars… but do you really think they are better singers than Roger Daltrey?
The Who Live At The Royal Albert Hall
- I Can’t Explain – 2:51 (single)
- Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere – 4:33 (single)
- Pinball Wizard – 3:44 (Tommy)
- Relay – 8:14 (single)
- My Wife – 6:38 (Who’s Next)
- The Kids Are Alright – 6:12 (The Who Sings My Generation)
- Mary Anne with the Shaky Hand – 4:12 (The Who Sell Out)
- Bargain – 6:52 (Who’s Next)
- Magic Bus – 10:05 (single)
- Who Are You – 7:05 (Who Are You)
- Baba O’Riley – 5:48 (Who’s Next with Nigel Kennedy adding violin)
- Drowned – 6:38 (Quadrophenia)
- Heart to Hang Onto – 4:41 (from the Pete Townshend and Ronnie Lane album Rough Mix)
- So Sad About Us – 3:19 (A Quick One with Paul Weller)
- I’m One – 2:51 (Quadrophenia with Eddie Vedder)
- Getting in Tune – 6:21 (Who’s Next with Eddie Vedder)
- Behind Blue Eyes – 3:48 (Who’s Next with Bryan Adams)
- You Better You Bet – 5:46 (Face Dances)
- The Real Me – 5:27 (Quadrophenia)
- 5:15 – 11:40 (Quadrophenia)
- Won’t Get Fooled Again – 9:12 (Who’s Next with Noel Gallagher of Oasis)
- Substitute – 3:20 (single with Kelly Jones of the Stereophonics)
- Let’s See Action – 5:15 (single with Eddie Vedder)
- My Generation – 5:30 (The Who Sings My Generation)
- See Me, Feel Me/Listening to You – 5:04 (Tommy – with Bryan Adams and Eddie Vedder)
Disc three (features four songs from The Who’s last concert with John Entwistle recorded on 8 February 2002)
- I’m Free – 2:49 (Tommy)
- I Don’t Even Know Myself – 4:43 (bonus on Who’s Next)
- Summertime Blues – 3:20 (originally on Live At Leeds)
- Young Man Blues – 5:54 (Live At Leeds)
Another interesting set list from The Who with six songs from Who’s Next and four from Quadrophenia combined with some unusual songs like Relay, Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand, Heart to Hang Onto, So Sad About Us and Let’s See Action.
Here is a video of The Who performing Baba O’Riley from this concert and with the violinist Nigel Kennedy.
And another song, I Can’t Explain.
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