I Cant Explain - The Who - Live At Tanglewood 1970 (DVD)


Download I Cant Explain - The Who - Live At Tanglewood 1970 (DVD)
2011
Label: Tommy Records (3) - TMR-04 • Format: DVD DVD-Video, NTSC, Unofficial Release • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock


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9 thoughts on “ I Cant Explain - The Who - Live At Tanglewood 1970 (DVD) ”

  1. Kilrajas says:
    Tanglewood (No Label) Music Shed, Tanglewood, Lenox, MA, USA – July 7, Disc 1 () Intro, Heaven And Hell, I Can’t Explain, Water, I Don’t Even Know Myself, Young Man Blues. Live At Leeds on May 23, culled from a performance just three months prior. It was a simple affair compared to the complex “Rock Opera” Thomas.
  2. Samulmaran says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the DVD release of Live At Tanglewood on Discogs. Label: Tommy Records (3) - TMR • Format: DVD DVD-Video, NTSC, Unofficial Release • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock.
  3. Shakalkis says:
    On July 7, the Who performed the final show of their American Tour from that year in Tanglewood, MA. The concert was videotaped by the Joshua Television company, and originally designed to be used for a TV special of edited highlights of three summer concerts at Tanglewood.5/5(2).
  4. Dotilar says:
    Feb 02,  · LIVE 2CD'S & DVD SOUNDBOARD RECORDING REPOST/REQUEST CD DISC 1 Tanglewood (Lenox, MA)JUL 7, 1 Bill Graham Introduction 2 Heaven And Hell 3 I Can't Explain 4 Water Introduction 5 Water 6 I Don't Even Know Myself Introduction 7 I Don't Even Know Myself 8 Young Man Blues Introduction 9.
  5. Arazil says:
    The oldest original number of the set, the Kinks-like "I Can't Explain," follows in fine form. Unlike his musical peers in the / era, most of whom were still writing love songs (including Lennon and McCartney), this first single by the Who focused on the frustration of being unable to articulate one's feelings and is an excellent.
  6. Gojin says:
    this is probably one of the top 10 concerts of all time and it was recorded at tanglewood, boston pops country retreat and recording studio. most live concert recordings from are horrible, but the boston pops had state of the art recording,mixing,etc. and chicago had just released their first album 6 months before and were still a jam band/5(49).
  7. Dailkree says:
    Speaking of The Who Tanglewood, it will be famous as a live video of color video that appeared in their video history document “MAXIMUM R & B” and made mania crazy. Unlike the previous year’s long-haired Pete or the man who started stubble on the Isle of Wight, it was a very neat look, but was also valuable as a record of the time.
  8. Tobar says:
    Like all Santana recordings this one is sonically high quality, especially considering it was live and recorded 48 years ago. Gregg Rolie's playing really shines and David Brown is driving the bus. Great performances of all the familiar songs but Treat really stands out for me/5(45).
  9. Yoshicage says:
    The Who's July 7th performance at Tanglewood was certainly one of the most highly anticipated of the three concerts that Graham presented during the series. Along with the Jefferson Airplane, the Who headlined Graham's one-off experiment at Tanglewood and the success of that gig was indeed the inspiration for the series of concerts.

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