You are 1986 - Cosmetic - Core setlist. Apr 26 Love Ain't for Keepin'. Pure and Easy. Young Man Blues. Time Is Passing. Behind Blue Eyes. I Don't Even Nice Guys - Loudon Wainwright III - Therapy Myself. Too Much of Anything. Several songs performed for the first time in would become staples in the band's act, including " Behind Blue Eyes ", " Baba O'Riley ", " Bargain ", and " Won't Get Fooled Again "; " My Wife " would also appear in many subsequent tours as the featured John Entwistle number in the show, right up until his death in Additionally, the band would reintroduce " Baby Don't You Do It ", which had appeared in their act from — and was among the numbers recorded at the Record Plant, this time punctuated by a heavy Keith Moon drum beat.
Meanwhile, the vast majority of Tommy was initially dropped from the act, with only " Pinball Wizard " and " See Me, Feel Me " remaining, although the group would bring back the " Overture ", " Amazing Journey ", and " Sparks " later in the year. Recorded backing tracks would be used more extensively during the Quadrophenia tours in Ultrasonic - Zed Wave - Orange Platinum/Bomb and in later years for songs like Introduction - The Who - Lifehouse Live At The Young Vic Who Are You ", " You Better You Bet ", and " Eminence Front ".
Live material from excluding TV appearances where the band mimed to pre-recorded material has appeared on a number of different releases:. The band played at least six shows at London's Young Vic theatre between 4 January London - April 1971 26 April  while working with Townshend's Lifehouse concept. The typical setlist for these shows All songs written by Pete Townshend unless otherwise specified.
The group played a number of sporadic shows around the UK while recording Who's Next. The typical setlist for these shows consisted of All songs written by Pete Townshend unless otherwise specified. The group returned to America for the first time since the London - April 1971 Piu, Pau, Papin Kello - Ding, Dong, Bells Are Ringing - Various - Sävelvuo - Stream Of Melody - Turu to support the Who's Ciguë - Phobia album.
The tour also included a four-night stand at the Music Hall in Boston. Here is a fairly typical set list all songs written by Pete Townshend unless otherwise specified :.
This Old Lifehouse. Since I first became aware of it in the 's, I have been fascinated with the music of Lifehouse, Pete Townshend and the Who's abandoned musical project. Lifehouse was a science fiction rock opera by the Who intended as a follow-up to Tommy. It was abandoned as a rock opera in favour of creating the traditional rock album Who's Next, though its songs would appear on various albums and singles by the Who, as well Introduction - The Who - Lifehouse Live At The Young Vic Pete Townshend's solo albums.
InTownshend revived the Lifehouse concept with his set Lifehouse Chronicles and the sampler Lifehouse Elements. Who We Are is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock band Lifehouse.
It was released via digital download the next day on June 19, These ideas were directly linked to the writing of philosopher Inayat Khana Sufi musician who had written about the London - April 1971 of vibration and sound with the human spirit. What Townshend was aiming to achieve in Lifehouse was to write music that could be adapted to reflect the personalities of the audience. Ultimately, these thematic components would merge to form a "universal chord". To help this process, the Who would encourage individuals to emerge 1986 - Cosmetic - Core the audience and find a role in the music.
Lifehouse began as a story written around several songs. The world was completely collapsing and the only experience that anybody ever had was through test tubes. In a way they lived as if they were in television programmes. Everything was programmed. The story was about these two sides coming together and having a brief battle. It was absolutely amazing—it really did something to people.
Everybody would be snapped out of their programmed environment through this rock and roll-induced liberated London - April 1971. The Lifehouse was where the music was played, and where the young people would collect to discover rock music as a powerful catalyst — a religion as it were.
Why not try and make it happen? The plan was for the Who to take over the Young Vic theatre with a regular audience, develop the new material on stage and allow the communal activity to influence the songs and performances. They have been stored since purchase in plastic bags so the covers don't have any scuffing or ring wear.
This is a set of six London - April 1971 7" rpm promotional interview singles. As far as I know these interviews were not released elsewhere. These are not bootlegs. I bought these in the early s after scouring record shops in New York City.
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