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View from a Backstage Pass

View from a Backstage Pass
Live album by The Who
Released 5 November 2007
Recorded 1969–1976
Genre Hard rock
Length 131:20
Label Self-released
Producer Bob Pridden
Compiler Jon Astley
The Who chronology

Live from Toronto
(2006)
View from a Backstage Pass
(2007)
Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who
(2008)

View from a Backstage Pass is a live compilation by The Who.com.

It features rarely performed numbers such as "Magic Bus", "Squeeze Box", "Dreaming from the Waist" and "Bargain", as well as a 24-page colour booklet featuring unseen photos from the band’s archive.[1]

Track listing

All songs written by Pete Townshend except where noted.

Disc one

  1. "Fortune Teller" (Allen Toussaint) – Recorded at The Grande Ballroom, Dearborn, Michigan, 12 October 1969 - 2:55
  2. "Happy Jack" – Recorded at City Hall, Hull, 15 February 1970 - 2:12
  3. "I'm a Boy" – Recorded at City Hall, Hull, 15 February 1970 - 2:46
  4. "A Quick One, While He's Away" – Recorded at City Hall, Hull, 15 February 1970 - 8:53
  5. "Magic Bus" - Recorded at Mammoth Gardens, Denver, Colorado, 9 June 1970 - 13:50
  6. "I Can't Explain" – Recorded at Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California, 13 December 1971 - 2:38
  7. "Substitute" – Recorded at Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California, 13 December 1971 - 2:18
  8. "My Wife" (John Entwistle) – Recorded at Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California, 13 December 1971 - 7:06
  9. "Behind Blue Eyes" – Recorded at Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California, 13 December 1971 - 4:36
  10. "Bargain" – Recorded at Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California, 13 December 1971 - 6:41
  11. "Baby Don't You Do It" (Holland-Dozier-Holland) – Recorded at Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California, 13 December 1971 - 6:17

Disc two

  1. "The Punk and the Godfather" – Recorded at Civic Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 4 December 1973 - 4:52
  2. "5:15" – Recorded at Recorded at Civic Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 4 December 1973 - 6:02
  3. "Won't Get Fooled Again" – Recorded at Civic Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 4 December 1973 - 8:53
  4. "Young Man Blues" (Mose Allison) – Recorded at Charlton Athletic Football Club, South London,18 May 1974 - 5:57
  5. "Tattoo" – Recorded at Charlton Athletic Football Club, South London,18 May 1974 - 3:21
  6. "Boris The Spider" (John Entwistle) – Recorded at Charlton Athletic Football Club, South London,18 May 1974 - 3:14
  7. "Naked Eye/"Let's See Action"/"My Generation Blues" – Recorded at Charlton Athletic Football Club, South London,18 May 1974 - 14:40
  8. "Squeeze Box" – Recorded at Vetch Field, Swansea, Wales, 12 June 1976 - 3:17
  9. "Dreaming from the Waist" – Recorded at Vetch Field, Swansea, Wales, 12 June 1976 - 4:54
  10. "Fiddle About" (John Entwistle) – Recorded at Vetch Field, Swansea, Wales, 12 June 1976 - 1:45
  11. "Pinball Wizard" – Recorded at Vetch Field, Swansea, Wales, 12 June 1976 - 2:48
  12. "I'm Free" – Recorded at Vetch Field, Swansea, Wales, 12 June 1976 - 2:17
  13. "Tommy's Holiday Camp" (Keith Moon) – Recorded at Vetch Field, Swansea, Wales, 12 June 1976 - 0:51
  14. "We're Not Gonna Take It" – Recorded at Vetch Field, Swansea, Wales, 12 June 1976 - 3:32
  15. "See Me, Feel Me/Listening To You" – Recorded at Vetch Field, Swansea, Wales, 12 June 1976 - 4:59

Personnel

The Who

References


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