This video was recorded at the Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, Canada on December 16th and 17th 1982. The final concerts of the Who's North American Tour, and the group says the end of their touring career. Rights Society: JASRAC. Other Versions (5 of 17) View All. Cat.
Features Highlights of the 1982 Farewell Tour "My Generation," "I Can't Explain," "Dangerous," "The Quiet One," and "Pinball Wizard," are among the hits in this diverse range of great footage from concerts to TV appearances, from interviews to rare vintage music videos. and a trotting out of the old hits and few new tracks from "It's Hard," the last studio album. Watch this video, though, and you'll see that it's hardly a walk-through. The entire band is tight, powerful and they plow through new and old tunes with a verve I'd like to see some of the top bands today try to match. Interesting things: Entwistle bellowing out "Twist and Shout," Townshend's fabulous performance of "Drowned," Daltrey playing guitar on some songs (he did more on the last tour), and especially the fashions!Check. In 1982 the Who embarked on what was billed as their "farewell tour.
The Who presents their last concert of the 1982 "Farewell" tour in Toronto, Canada, 1982. This was supposed to be their "Farewell" tour from North America but of course they have returned to the . several times since then but each time seeming to lose just a little bit of that chemistry that made them so famous. Did You Know? Storyline.
The Who Tour 1989 was The Who's reunion tour in celebration of their 25th anniversary and their first without drummer Kenney Jones, who had replaced Keith Moon in 1979. It was the band's only tour between 1982 and 1996. The group debated on how to celebrate their 25th anniversary (actually the 25th anniversary of their being joined by Keith Moon, as opposed to when the group first formed), eventually deciding on a tour instead of a new studio album
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