The Who & Special Guests - Live At The Royal Albert Hall album download
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1-01||–The Who||Can't Explain||3:09|
|1-02||–The Who||Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere||4:40|
|1-03||–The Who||Pinball Wizard||4:02|
|1-05||–The Who||My Wife||7:25|
|1-06||–The Who||The Kids Are Alright||7:36|
|1-08||–The Who||Magic Bus||9:59|
|1-09||–The Who||Who Are You||7:07|
|1-10||–The Who & Nigel Kennedy||Baba O'Riley
Violin – Nigel Kennedy
|1-12||–The Who||Heart To Hang Onto||6:23|
|1-13||–Pete Townshend & Paul Weller||So Sad About Us||4:59|
|1-14||–The Who & Eddie Vedder||I'm One
Vocals – Eddie Vedder
|1-15||–The Who & Bryan Adams||Behind Blue Eyes
Vocals – Bryan Adams
|1-16||–The Who||You Better You Bet||3:48|
|1-17||–The Who||The Real Me||5:50|
|1-19||–The Who & Noel Gallagher||Won't Get Fooled Again
Guitar – Noel Gallagher
|1-20||–The Who & Kelly Jones||Substitute
Vocals – Kelly Jones
|1-21||–The Who & Eddie Vedder||Let's See Action
Vocals – Eddie Vedder
|1-22||–The Who||My Generation||5:19|
|1-23||–The Who||See Me, Feel Me
Featuring – Bryan Adams, Eddie Vedder
|1-24||–The Who||End Credits||4:56|
- Bass – John Entwistle
- Drums – Zak Starkey
- Engineer – Matt Hay, Max Dingel, William Shapland
- Executive Producer – John Hopkins, Pierre Lamoreux
- Guitar – Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey
- Harmonica – Roger Daltrey
- Keyboards – John "Rabbit" Bundrick
- Mastered By – Jon Astley
- Mixed By – Bob Pridden, Lincoln Fong, William Shapland
- Other [Live Concert & Creative Director] – Dick Carruthers
- Producer – Bob Pridden
- Producer [Post Production] – Perry Joseph
- Vocals – John Entwistle, Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey
NotesRecorded live at Royal Albert Hall, 27 November 2000.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 9 787884 952038
- Barcode (Scanned): 9787884952038
- Matrix / Runout (and Asian characters): L-806
- Other: ISRC CN-E24-01-470-00/V.J6
- Other: ISBN 7-88495-303-3
|IX0834MYDED||The Who & Special Guests*||Live At The Royal Albert Hall (2xDVD-V, Multichannel, PAL, Dol)||Image Entertainment||IX0834MYDED||Germany||2001|
|IX0831MYUKV||The Who||The Who & Special Guests Live At The Royal Albert Hall (VHS, SECAM)||MCY Entertainment||IX0831MYUKV||UK||2001|
|IX0834MYUKD||The Who & Special Guests*||Live At The Royal Albert Hall (2xDVD-V, PAL)||Image Entertainment||IX0834MYUKD||UK||2001|
|453056||The Who||The Who & Special Guests: Live At The Royal Albert Hall (DVD-V)||Image Entertainment, Top Sur Media Group||453056||Argentina||2005|
|0927407472||The Who & Special Guests*||Live At The Royal Albert Hall (2xDVDr)||Warner Vision Australia||0927407472||Australia||2001|
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