Fillmore East, New York City, April 5, 1968. 1-1. Summertime Blues. this is a very nice digi pack 2 cd set that consists of both fillmore east shows from 1968 and 1969, also you get a few tracks from ottawa canada and stony brook new york to fill up the both discs, as with the dutch seduction 2 cd set, these who recordings are quite common and have been bootlegged for ages now HOWEVER
The Who were the first British rock act to headline the Fillmore East and were booked to play four shows over the two nights. However, because of feared social unrest in the wake of Dr King’s assassination, it was decided to compact the shows into one per night. The Who’s time in New York City in 1968 can best be described as ‘lively’. Both nights were recorded by Who manager Kit Lambert with the intention of releasing the results as The Who’s fourth album after The Who Sell Out and before Tommy. Disaster struck when it was discovered that due to faulty equipment or human error only part of the first night was captured. Thankfully the second night was recorded and has now been fully restored and mixed by long time Who sound engineer Bob Pridden (who was the band’s roadie on those nights in 1968) from the original four-track tapes.
The Who will release 'Live at the Fillmore East 1968' in April. Michael Ochs Archives, Getty Images. The Who will commemorate the 50th anniversary of a two-night stint at Bill Graham’s famous New York venue with the double CD Live at the Fillmore East 1968, due out April 20th. The Who performed at the Fillmore East on April 5th and April 6th of 1968, marking the first English rock act to headline the newly christened venue, formerly the Village Theatre. Disc One: 1. Summertime Blues 2. Fortune Teller 3. Tattoo 4. Little Billy 5. I Can’t Explain 6. Happy Jack 7. Relax 8. I’m A Boy 9. A Quick One 10. My Way 11. C’mon Everybody 12.
The Who’s manager Kit Lambert had recorded both the 5th and 6th of April shows of ’68 with a view to issuing as The Who’s fourth album after Sell Out. That never happened, but 50 years later sound engineer Bob Pridden (who was there in 1968) has restored and mixed songs from the 6 April show for this new archival release. The setlist features extended versions of My Generation (33 minutes!), A Quick On. Shakin’ All Over and many other Who classics. The Who Live at Fillmore East 1968 will be released on 20 April 2018
Little Billy Relaxes At The Fillmore. de. Godfather Records.
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The Who little billy. The Who - I Can't Explain (Live). t Explore more music from The Who:. The Who - Happy Jack (Official Music Video). The Who - Boris The Spider. Written by John Entwistle Recorded at Pye Studios, London in October 1966.
Track Listing: Fortune Teller, Tattoo, Little Billy, I Can't Explain, Happy Jack, Relax, A Quick One While He's Away, Easy Goin' Guy, Shakin' All Over, Boris The Spider. Date/Location/Venue: 04/06/68 - New York, NY - Fillmore East. Year & Country Issued/Label: Unknown - USA - Trademark of Quality (TMOQ).
|Fillmore East, New York City, April 5, 1968|
|1-8||A Quick One|
|1-10||Shakin' All Over|
|1-11||Boris The Spider|
|Capitol Theater, Ottawa, October 15, 1969 (1st Set)|
|1-13||Heaven And Hell|
|1-17||Young Man Blues|
|Fillmore East, New York City, October 22, 1969|
|2-1||Bill Graham Introduction|
|2-2||Heaven And Hell|
|2-6||Young Man Blues|
|2-9||It's A Boy|
|2-11||Amazing Journey (Cuts Whitin)|
|2-13||Eyesight To The Blind|
|2-14||Christmas (Fragment Only, Cuts Off)|
|2-15||See Me, Feel Me (Fragment Only, Cuts Off)|
|2-17||Shakin' All Over|
|State University Of New York, Long Island (Stonybrook) October 18, 1969|
|2-19||It's A Boy|
|2-22||Sparks (Fade Out)|