The Who will release an archival live album on April 20th.
While 1969’s ‘Live At Leeds’ will always be the archetypal ‘Oo live release and ‘Live At The Isle of Wight 1970’ captures the band in their full blown pomp, the newly remastered and released ‘Live At Fillmore’ is an historically important record of the band in a live setting.
Not least of all because it documents the live shows for the classic ‘Who Sell Out’ LP, but also the tour represents the last time the band put on full shows without relying on the ‘Tommy’ rock opera as a centre piece, whether in full or in part.
The Fillmore shows on both 5th and 6th April were recorded with plans for a live LP, but subsequently shelved. 2018’s ‘Live At The Fillmore’ issues the April 6th performance in its entirety, culminating with a thirty three minute tour de force ‘My Generation’.
‘Live At The Fillmore’ will be released on double CD and triple vinyl. The full tracklisting for the 2CD set can be seen below. The 3LP set presents disc one across records one and two, with ‘My Generation’ split across both sides of record three.
Summertime Blues 4.14
Fortune Teller 2.38
Little Billy 3.38
I Can’t Explain 2.28
Happy Jack 2.18
I’m A Boy 3.23
A Quick One 11.15
My Way 3.16
C’mon Everybody 1.55
Shakin’ All Over 6.55
Boris The Spider 2.32
My Generation 33.02
There were rumours flying last year that the original and classic line up of The Smashing Pumpkins were getting back together. The rumours were fuelled by Billy Corgan himself who hinted at doing something with old and familiar faces.
It has finally been announced that Corgan, along with guitarist James Iha and drummer Jimmy Chamberlin will tour the US this summer. It’s promised to be a show “unlike any [the band] have ever done”, according to Corgan, with material culled from the band’s first five albums.
Just under a week ago, it was announced that the guys at StarShaped would make a big announcement on Tuesday 13th February. Here at Real Gone, we had a couple of serious hunches with regards to this year’s festival line-up, so we offered those for discussion, alongside a couple of less likely contenders in an ultimate Britpop festival wish-list.
It’s been a long while since Edenthorn released their first full length album ‘The Maze’ in 2015. Since then, the Durham-based rock band have been writing, recording and gigging…tirelessly building a following.
Male/female dreampop duo The Desert started to make waves in 2017 and seem set to continue their rise in popularity during 2018.
They’ve just released a no-frills new video shot in their hometown of Bristol, which acts as a great downbeat visual aid for their single ‘Half-Hearted’. The full video can be streamed below.