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June 16, 2013

The Who at O2, London: They’re the One!

 

“The Who Breathe New Life Into Quadrophenia”

Mojo

 

 

 

Photo Alex Barron-Hough

 

 

Photo Alex Barron-Hough

 

Photo Alex Barron-Hough

 

Photo Alex Barron-Hough

 

 

Photo Alex Barron-Hough

 

 

 For more pictures, go HERE.

 

Reviews:

 

The Times

Mojo

Daily Star

 

 

Set list:
 

Quadrophenia:

I Am the Sea

The Real Me

Quadrophenia

Cut My Hair

The Punk and the Godfather

I’m One

The Dirty Jobs

Helpless Dancer

Is It in My Head?

I’ve Had Enough

5:15

Sea and Sand

Drowned

Bell Boy

Doctor Jimmy

The Rock

Love, Reign O’er Me

 

And More:

Who Are You

You better You bet

Pinball Wizard

Baba O’Riley

Won’t Get Fooled Again

Tea & Theatre

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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47 Responses to The Who at O2, London: They’re the One!

Ed says: June 27, 2013 at 9:32 pm

Was fortunate to get tickets to see Quadrophenia in Greensboro, North Carolina in November 2012. I decided that my 11 year old daughter needed to experience this EPIC show…so we saw than again in London on June 16. I believe that I was able to detect a slight difference in the drumming (Zak vs Scott), but I would not dare choose one over the other!

Absolutely the highlight of my concert-going career of 35 years!

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Josh says: June 26, 2013 at 8:47 pm

Took my 12 year old to see The Who in Louisvile, KY USA back in February. I wanted to make sure he saw those that have shaped music for the last half century. He was raised on Who music and a few others so he knew many of the songs. It was shall we say an opportunity to share my youth with him. We always wonder what our parents were like when they were young – this was the best way I knew.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart
Josh

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Steve Luff says: July 7, 2013 at 11:24 am

I first saw The Who at the then called Hammersmith Odeon in December 75, I was 18 and I fell in love with the band, over the years I followed them here and there the ups and downs and of all the bands and music I listened to, The Who were the ones the had the biggest influence on me, for good and bad!
June 16th I had the pleasure of taking my 13 year old daughter Holly to see them, her first rock concert. It was pure magic, I cried when they played Baba O’Riley, Holly did not see that :-) and that is her favourite song. Call me silly call me sad but I felt like she now understands her Dad a bit more and she got to see something that was and still is so important to me. Thanks The Who xxx

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Lorenzo says: June 25, 2013 at 8:08 pm

I was at the O2 Arena with my girlfriend on 16 June, we came from Italy for the concert.
I knew the Who’s Quadrophenia from my father’s LP and from the first time it was been something amazing.
Listening the entire album live it was been wonderful, an evening that i’ll never forget.
An evening just pure and easy.

Thank you for your music Pete, Roger, John and Keith.

Hope to see you again as son as possible maybe in Italy!

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