The Who's 2004 Isle Of Wight Set Coming To DVD and CD

03-31-2017
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The Who

The Who's triumphant return to The Isle Of Wight Festival in 2004 is the subject of a new live video and CD package that Eagle Rock will be releasing on June 2nd.

Entitled "Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival 2004," the new package will be released digitally as well as physical versions on DVD plus 2CDs and Blu-ray plus 2CDs sets.

The historic show was the legendary band's first time playing the famed music festival since their iconic 1970 performance, which was the subject of an earlier home video release and live album and was part of the band's first UK shows since the tragic death of John Entwistle.

The collection features the group playing some of their most famous songs including Substitute", "Baba O'Riley", "Won't Get Fooled Again", "You Better You Bet", "I Can't Explain", "Pinball Wizard", "Who Are You", "My Generation", "Magic Bus", and more.

Tracklisting:
1) I Can't Explain
2) Substitute
3) Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
4) Who Are You
5) Behind Blue Eyes
6) Bargain
7) Baba O'Riley
8) The Punk And The Godfather
9) 5:15
10) Love, Reign O'er Me
11) Eminence Front
12) Drowned
13) Naked Eye
14) Real Good Looking Boy
15) You Better You Bet
16) My Generation
17) Old Red Wine
18) Won't Get Fooled Again
19) Medley: Pinball Wizard / Amazing Journey / Sparks
20) Medley: See Me, Feel Me / Listening To You
21) Magic Bus

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