While the tour was originally intended to support their album It's Hardthe band later announced it would be their final tour, though they would eventually reunite twice and then tour again in Aside from two warm-up shows in Birminghamthe tour took place entirely in the United States and Canada. During the first Birmingham show, Pete Townshend announced the group's intention to do a proper British tour the following year, but they later decided against this and to make the tour their last.
Though this ultimately would not Wiggum - Enter The Dragon EP the case, it would be their last tour until The set list included a number of new songs from It's Hard. Meanwhile, only "The Quiet One" was retained from Face Dancesthough they had See Me a number of other songs from that album on the previous tour.
Besides "Eminence Front", which has been featured in the band's act off and on since"Cry Feel Me - The Who - Shea Stadium 1982 You Want" is the only It's Hard track the band has played since these tours, having appeared a few times in the group's first shows of and as part of a medley following " My Generation " from to ; it was also briefly included at the start of The Who Hits 50!
After letting keyboard player John "Rabbit" Bundrick go following the tourthe group filled this role with Tim Gormanwho had also played on It's Hard. The Clash 's support set at Shea Stadium on October 13 became a popular bootleg, eventually being officially released as Live at Shea Stadium in While Townshend's announcement during the first show that they planned to do "a proper British tour next year" was met with loud cheers, this ultimately did not occur.
The following is the set list from both dates only the encores differed. See Me songs written by Pete Townshend unless otherwise specified.
Here is a fairly typical set list all songs written by Pete Townshend unless otherwise specified :. There were some set list substitutions, variations, and order switches during the tour. Other songs occasionally played were:.
The band returned after a four-week break for the second leg of the tour, which began on November 27 at the Camping World Stadiumat that time known as the Tangerine Bowlin Orlando, Florida. Townshend announced at the second show in Richfield, Ohio on December 14 that they were playing "their last concert in the U.
See Me tour concluded with two shows at Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens Feel Me - The Who - Shea Stadium 1982the second of which was made available via pay-per-view and radio broadcasts throughout North America, as it was thought to be the last performance of their final tour.
The group would of course subsequently reunite for various events the first being Live Aid in and tours. Here is a fairly typical set list all songs written by Pete Townshend unless otherwise specified. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article relies too much on references to primary sources. Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources. July Learn how and when to remove this template message.
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