Live USA

    Live USA

    Label / Index #
    IMTRAT 880.017

    Compare with;
    American Tour (LP) (TAKRL 1916)
    American Tour 1973 (LP) (Swingin’ Pig TSP 029)
    Decidedly Belated Response (LP) (
    TAKRL 1916)
    Decidedly Belated Response (LP) (Berkley Records)

    Mods & Rockers (LP) (Slipped Disc Records SX - YY 979)
    Mods & Rockers (LP) (Slipped Disc Records SX - TT 979)
    Mods & Rockers (LP) (Ruthless Rhymes LTD.)
    Tales From The Who (LP) (K&S 010)
    Tales From The Who (LP) (MOON CHILD RECS. 0052)
    Tales From The Who (LP) (TMOQ 62002)
    Tales From The Who (LP) (TMQ Deluxe Series 62002Q)
    Tales From The Who (LP) (W-560)
    Who Are You (LP) (RUTHLESS RHYMES GLC 414)

    American Tour 1973 (CD) (The Swingin' Pig TSP CD 029)
    Live USA (CD) (IMTRAT imt 900.017)
    Pinball Wizard (CD) (Oil Well, RSC 007 CD)
    Taking The Capitol (CD) (Trichant Records / Planet Records CD DC 1009)
    Tales From The Who (CD) (Great Dane Records GDR CD 8910)
    Tales From The Who (CD) (Classics Revisited CR - 1001)
    Tales From The Who (CD) (Super Sonic SS 200021)

    The Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, Tuesday, December 4, 1973
    Source: Soundboard or possibly audience
    Comments: This is another European / German manufactured LP that slipped
    through copyright loophole laws in the late 1980's. Legitimately released ca. 1988 -
    1990 and apparently part of a series of releases entitled "LIVE AND ALIVE". Identical
    to the CD of the same name. The back cover states: "live at capitol centre in Largo,
    Florida, USA in December 1973
    " but this is an error. (Do you think someone might've
    thought this might be KEY LARGO, FL???)  The LP / CD is an exact copy of Pinball
    (or perhaps vice versa) Track 8 is incorrectly listed as We're Not Gonna Take
    when it is, in fact, See Me, Feel Me. Compare with the titles listed above. There
    may be 2 songs mixed in from the December 6th Capitol Center shows well. (I be-
    lieve the last 2 tracks) This was also later broadcast on FM radio as part of the King
    Biscuit Flower Hour
    radio show. The sound quality varies on many of these shows.
    Allegedly a soundboard recording, many recordings contain noticeable audience
    chatter and for a board recording, some of these leave a fair amount to be desired.
    Excellent recordings of this show appear to be Tales From The Who (CD) (Super
    Sonic SS 20002
    . Compare with the titles listed above.

        Side 1

     1. The Real Me
      2. Bell Boy
      3. Doctor Jimmy
      4. I Can't Explain
      5. Summertime Blues

        Side 2

     6. My Generation
     7. Pinball Wizard
      8. We're Not Gonna Take It (sic See Me, Feel Me)
      9. Won't Get Fooled Again

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