Roger Daltrey: vocals
Pete Townshend: guitar
John Entwistle (the Ox): bass
Keith Moon: drums
Boston, Mass. U.S.A.
December 3, 1973
(Lynyrd Skynyrd opened)
performance quality: B to B+ (some songs better than others)
recording quality: C to B- (pretty average for 73 Who)
source: audience tape (probably either 1st or 2nd gen.)
runtime: 104:08 (minutes/seconds)
disc 1 48:08
1: I can't explain (cuts in) 2:10
2: summertime blues 4:01
3: my wife 8:15
4: my generation 7:59
5: quadrophenia > the real me 7:44
6: the punk meets the godfather 5:10
7: I'm one 3:56
8: 5:15 8:49
disc 2 37:44
9: sea and sand 7:32
10: drowned 10:52
11: bell boy 6:06
12: Dr. Jimmy 8:10
13: love, reign over me 5:54
14: won't get fooled again 9:33
15: pinball wizard 2:37
16: see me, feel me 5:21
tape copy (1st or 2nd gen, Maxell XLII) >
played on Nak. 125 into soundforge (wav) >
flac > torrent.
first seeded in 2008. reseeded in 2010 with track times and a
flac > wav > flac (sb's aligned) reconversion to remove the sbe's.
Do not sell this recording.
Trade freely and losslessly.
It's barely in stereo already.
But it is live Quadrophenia.
one of my 10 favorite tours ever.
This is a complete Quadrophenia show from Boston Garden. It
is better in some parts than others, both in recording and
performance. Quality is about average for a 73 Who aud,
nothing great, but close to the source tape. I didn't notice anything
missing from the concert. Not my favorite My Wife (kinda
rough), but the Punk meets the Godfather, Dr. Jimmy,
the Real Me I'm one, 5:15 sea and sand, and drowned
sound pretty good in this show, and Roger sounds
very strong in See me, feel me. This is the longest
Keith show I've heard from Boston. Overall a good show,
for Quadrophenia probably not their best but still good.
If you prefer, disc 2 can be started with track 11.