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Greatest Hits Live


Download links and information about Greatest Hits Live by The Who. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:47:57 minutes.

Artist: The Who
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:47:57
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No. Title Length
1. I Can't Explain (Live At San Francisco Civic Auditorium 1971) 2:32
2. Substitute (Live At San Francisco Civic Auditorium 1971) 2:10
3. Happy Jack (Live At City Hall, Hull 1970) 2:12
4. I'm a Boy (Live At City Hall, Hull 1970) 2:42
5. Behind Blue Eyes (Live At San Francisco Civic Auditorium 1971) 3:39
6. Pinball Wizard (Live In Swansea 1976) 2:48
7. I'm Free (Live In Swansea 1976) 1:44
8. Squeeze Box (Live In Swansea 1976) 2:51
9. Naked Eye / Let's See Action / My Generation (Live At Charlton Athletic FC 1974) 14:19
10. 5:15 (Live At the Capital Centre, Largo 1973) 5:53
11. Won't Get Fooled Again (Live At the Capital Centre, Largo 1973) 8:38
12. Magic Bus (Live At Leeds 1970) 7:33
13. My Generation (Live At the BBC 1965) 3:25
14. I Can See for Miles (Live At Universal Amphitheatre 1989) 3:45
15. Join Together (Live At Universal Amphitheatre 1989) 5:09
16. Love, Reign O'er Me (Live At Universal Amphitheatre 1989) 5:54
17. Baba O'Riley (Live At Universal Amphitheatre 1989) 5:16
18. Who Are You (Live At Universal Amphitheatre 1989) 6:22
19. The Real Me (Live At Watford Civil Hall 2002) 6:44
20. The Kids Are Alright (Live At Royal Albert Hall 2002) 4:03
21. Eminence Front (Live At Brisbane Entertainment Centre 2009) 5:50
22. A Man In a Purple Dress (Live At Nassau Coliseum 2007) 4:28



Initially released exclusively to iTunes as The Who readied itself for its 2010 halftime appearance at the Super Bowl, Live Greatest Hits is a well-thought-out portrait of the group as a live act. The first 13 tracks hail from the Keith Moon era, when his anarchic drumming gave The Who a distinct sound that no other band could match. "My Generation" from 1965 had been released on BBC Sessions. "Magic Bus" is the original version from Live at Leeds on LP, and "Squeeze Box" was released on The Who by Numbers reissue from 1996. Thrown together with inspired versions of "I Can't Explain," "Substitute," and "Behind Blue Eyes" from the San Francisco Civic Auditorium in 1971, plus "Pinball Wizard" and "I'm Free" from Vetch Field in Swansea in 1976, and you've got formidable performances from the band's prime era. Later performances from 1989 in Los Angeles, 2002 in London, and 2009 in Brisbane prove that songs like "Eminence Front," "The Kids Are Alright," and "Love, Reign O'er Me" also remain timeless.