In April 2017, The Who took to the stage at London’s Royal Albert Hall to perform their rock opera Tommy live in its entirety for the first time in their long and illustrious career.
Previous Who live shows had always dropped two, three or four tracks from the album, but for this show, in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust, the band would perform every track. In addition, at the end of Tommy, the sell-out crowd was treated to a short set of Who classics.
Now, that landmark performance will be released on DVD, Blu-ray, 2CD and 3LP. Tommy – Live at the Royal Albert Hall boasts over two hours and twenty minutes of content. The show includes all-time classics like “Pinball Wizard”, “I’m Free”, “Amazing Journey”, “We’re Not Gonna Take It”, “I Can’t Explain”, “Who Are You”, “Won’t Get Fooled Again” and “I Can See For Miles”, among others.
The original artwork for Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon is considered to be the single most valuable piece of art in rock history. This iconic image, valued at an unspecified multi-million-dollar figure, will be exhibited and available for purchase at the San Francisco Art Exchange (SFAE) gallery from September 15 to October 20, … Continue reading Iconic ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ Original Artwork on Display in Most Valuable Rock Art Collection Ever Assembled
An expanded 45th anniversary edition of Pete Townshend’s 1972 album Who Came First is due out via UMe on April 20th. The 2-CD set features eight unreleased tracks as well as new edits, alternate versions and live recordings. The original album tracks have been remastered by Who collaborator Jon Astley using the original master tapes. Accompanying … Continue reading Pete Townshend Who Came First Reissue Announced
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