The Who

Sat, 17 June 2006:

Leeds, University

Setlist

Who Are You
I Can't Explain
The Seeker
Substitute
Sound Round
Pick Up The Peace
Endless Wire
We Got A Hit
They Made My Dream Come True
Mirror Door
Baba O'Riley
Let's See Action
Relay
Mike Post Theme
Behind Blue Eyes
Cry If You Want
Pinball Wizard
Amazing Journey
Sparks
See Me Feel Me

Encore:
Eminence Front
Naked Eye
Won't Get Fooled Again

Note

Corrected setlist sent in by Darren! In The Attic featured Pete performing Too Much Of Anything.

Newspaper Review

The Who back to best with Leeds gig

"We are back!" declared Pete Townshend as The Who returned to the venue where they recorded their iconic album Live At Leeds. More than ... Continue reading
(Launch, Music on Yahoo!, 18-06-2006)

The Who re-enact a classic student gig

"We're all back," shouted Pete Townshend, "We're all back." And we were. After 36 years of legend, decades of reminiscing and many... Continue reading
(The Observer, 18-06-2006)

The Who rock back to scene of their greatest triumph

THE WHO returned to the scene of arguably their greatest live performance last night, 36 years after the event, performing to a new g-g-generation of ... Continue reading
(Sunday Times, 18-06-2006)

The Who

LIVE At Leeds was a great album and all that, but there was something a bit cheesy about The Who returning to play the venue at which they recorded it... Continue reading
(The Times Online, 19-06-2006)

The Who come to life again at Leeds

More than any performer, Pete Townshend is keenly aware of rock's power, history and standing, and the way that past triumphs and tragedies can weigh ... Continue reading
(The Independent, 19-06-2006)

Fanreports

Steve Bastow

Just when you think it’s all over, another "must see" is put in front of you. Most of the tickets were set aside for the students and even I wasn’t a committed enough fan to sleep out overnight to make sure of one of the limited number of tickets for the general public. Now in recent years there are two things that that have become certainties of life in Britain, a) a student will try and earn a few extra pounds to supplement their income and b) since E-bay was introduced, everyone’s a ticket tout. Sure enough just a few hours after they had gone on sale to the students, pairs of tickets became available for auction. After watching several lots of tickets being sold over a couple of days to gauge the value of winning bids, I set myself a limit on what I thought I could get a pair for. Hey presto, I won at the third attempt.

As the day got nearer, there was a tremendous amount of publicity being generated by the local media and it was starting to become a massive event. We arrived at the student refectory and the doors had not been opened yet. The queue of people stretched more than a hundred metres around the corner but it was a beautiful and sunny day so nobody minded. After a short while the doors were opened and the queue began to move. Once inside and it felt very small – smaller than Bingley Hall all those years ago. A nice intimate gig was anticipated and they didn’t disappoint. Unusually starting with Who Are You, the new Who still kicked ass. Even the new songs that hadn’t been released yet didn’t seem to lack anything. But my God, it was hot in there.

The only disappointments – a) my wife, who is slightly over 1.6 metres tall, couldn’t see very well, b) no CD or (especially) DVD for sale so she could see what she had missed.

Other memories:
Roger strolling onto the stage with a mug of tea(?).
Pete “These are heart attack conditions up here and it ain’t me who’s going to have one”.

Line Up

Attendance & Support

Attendance: 2100

Records & DVD

More Info

The Who in Leeds

Gallery

Ticket Stub, 17-06-2006 (from Darren Williams)