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I am going to try to share every Who show that I have collected over the last 5 years from various forums, blogs and private hubs. I want to thank everyone who taped, shared, uploaded and everyone else I might have missed .
I am a lover of music with no talents to share other then to share what others who painstaketly shared before me. If any thing I have shared that you discovered to be officially released please inform Edge of guitars 101 or leave a comment to such or pm me and I will remove the thread. Thank you for allowing me the forum Edge to share with others what I have. God bless and enjoy the music. Dale aka dalmar6677

The Who
Arena @ Mohegan Sun Casino
Uncasville, CT
May 24, 2015

"The Who Hits 50" tour

Joan Jett and the Blackhearts opened

Source info:

Sennheiser ME-104's>Tascam DR-07 (16/44.1, 40hz bass rolloff)
>USB> PC> GoldWave v5.56 (invert, balance levels)> CDWaveEditor v1.96 (track split)> TLH> Flac (6)

Taper: Ringfedder



01. I Can't Explain
02. The Seeker
03. Who Are You?
04. The Kids Are Alright
05. Squeeze Box
06. I Can See For Miles
07. My Generation
08. Behind Blue Eyes
09. Bargain
10. Join Together
11. You Better You Bet
12. I'm One
13. Love Reign O'er Me
14. Eminence Front
15. A Quick One (While He's Away)
16. Amazing Journey/Sparks
17. Pinball Wizard
18. See Me Feel Me/Listening To You
19. -Band Introductions-
20. Baba O'Riley
21. Won't Get Fooled Again

The Band:

Roger Daltery - vocals, harmonica
Pete Townshend - guitar, vocals

Zak Starkey – drums
Pino Palladino – bass
Simon Townshend - guitar, mandolin, vocals

Frank Simes - keyboards, percussion, vocals, music director
John Corey - keyboards, percussion, vocals
Loren Gold - keyboards, vocals


review By Ray Kelly |

UNCASVILLE, Connecticut – The Who finds themselves in what lead singer Roger Daltrey described on Sunday as uncharted territory.

He and the band's only other surviving founding member, songwriter-guitarist Pete Townshend, are each past 70 years old.

As Daltrey noted at the Mohegan Sun Arena, no one older than The Who tours regularly, except for Paul McCartney – and he's doing great.

When The Who cannot put on a quality show, it will be time to pack it in, he added.

"The Who Hits 50!" tour has been hyped as their final major outing, but given the quality of their two-hour casino performance, it seems unlikely the pair will abandon live performances all together.

Daltrey was in remarkably fine voice and Townshend's windmill guitar work still dazzles crowds – so much for dying before you get old.

Prior the show, there were numerous reminders asking the audience not to light up because Daltrey has an allergy to second hand smoke. He took flak in the press for threatening to call off a Long Island show on Wednesday because of a marijuana smoker.

Townshend made reference to the flap, saying on Sunday he would shove his guitar up the backside of any offending smoker.

The 21-song set kicked off with a letter perfect "I Can't Explain," the band's first single from 1964, which drew cheers from the capacity crowd of 10,000.

It was a night jam-packed with FM radio favorites that shined in concert with the exception of the 1966 mini opera "A Quick One (While He's Away)," which received a polite response from a crowd that had spent most of the night on its feet.

In contrast, selections from The Who's two full-length rock operas, "Tommy" and "Quadrophenia" were well received. The latter was represented by Townshend's solo rendition of "I'm One' and Daltrey's powerful "Love, Reign O'er Me" featuring a sparking intro by keyboardist John Corey.

Although original drummer Keith Moon and bassist John Entwistle have long since passed away, Daltrey and Townshend have assembled an impressive backup team, led by dynamic drummer Zak Starkey and veteran bassist Pino Palladino.

The Who is marking its 50-year career and the show would have benefited by a few deep cuts from the songbook and perhaps a nod to at least one of their post-1982 compositions.

With no encores, The Who ended the night with"Baba O'Riley" and "Won't Get Fooled Again" from the 1971 album "Who's Next."

Kicking off the night was recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Joan Jett and The Blackhearts.

Limited to a slightly more than a half hour set, Jett managed to squeeze 10 songs into a set that began with "Bad Reputation" and ended with "I Hate Myself (for Loving You"). Standout numbers included "I Love Rock and Roll," "Crimson and Clover" and "Light of Day." - Arena @ Mohegan Sun Casino - Uncasville CT.rar
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