The Who - 2006 - Ottawa, ON 09.15.06 mp3 flac
DVD rip of the 2006 Who Endless Wire Tour. From the Borgata in Atlantic City. This was the smallest venue of the tour.
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Their 2006 comeback album, Endless Wire, was released through Universal Republic in the US. Contents. The Who Sell Out. Released: 15 December 1967. Label: Decca and Track Records. The Who were featured on two songs from Pete Townshend's solo album The Iron Man: The Musical by Pete Townshend, which was released in 1989. Songs performed – "Fire" and "Dig".
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The Who have announced a North American tour, kicking off this spring. The upcoming MOVING ON! tour will find Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend accompanied by a local orchestra for each show. In addition to the tour, the Who have announced plans to release their first new album since 2006’s Endless Wire. It’s due out later this year. Further details have not yet been announced.
|1||I Can''t Explain|
|3||Anyway Anyhow Anywhere|
|5||Who Are You|
|6||Behind Blue EyesReal|
|7||Real Good Looking Boy|
|Excerpts From Wire & Glass:|
|8-2||Pick Up The Peace|
|8-4||We Got A Hit|
|8-5||They Made My Dreams Come True|
|11||Black Widow's Eyes|
|12||You Better You Bet|
|14||Won't Get Fooled Again|
|17||See Me, Feel Me/Listening To You|
|18||T And Theater|
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