place: The Schottenstein Center, Columbus
warmup: Vintage Trouble
length: 0:30 (Vintage Trouble), 2:10 (The Who)
High Times (They Are Coming)
Blues Hand Me Down
Nobody Told Me
Strike Your Light
Roger Daltrey - Vocals, Guitars, Tambourine, Harmonica
Pete Townshend - Guitars, Vocals
Simon Townshend - Guitars, Vocals
Pino Palladino - Bass
Zak Starkey - Drums
Frank Simes - Keyboards, Vocals, Musical Director
John Corey - Keyboards
Loren Gold - Keyboards, Vocals
J. Greg Miller - Horns
Reggie Grisham - Horns
[ Quadrophenia ]
I Am The Sea -- with snippets of "I Can't Explain" and "The Kids Are Alright" added to the mix
The Real Me
Cut My Hair
The Punk And The Godfather
The Dirty Jobs -- Simon Townshend on lead vocal.
Is It In My Head
I've Had Enough
5:15 -- Really long version. Near end, a video of a John Entwistle "5:15" solo was played on the screen with Zak playing along was worked in before the band played the finish.
Sea And Sand
Bell Boy -- Used tapes of Keith's vocals from the album with video footage of Keith singing on stage.
Love, Reign O'er Me
Pete talks to the crowd and does a long introduction of each of the band members - sorta served as an encore break, except no-one left the stage.
Who Are You
Behind Blue Eyes
Won't Get Fooled Again
pre show-music was made up of easy listening versions of sixties and seventies pop hits like Carpenters "Top Of The World", The 5th Dimension's "Up, Up And Away", and Glen Campbell's "Wichita Lineman". Yes, it was a REALLY bizarre choice.
E - vocals, guitar
The Chet - guitar, vocals
P-Boo - guitar, trumpet, vocals
Honest Al - bass, vocals
Knuckles - drums, vocals
Oh Well -- Fleetwood Mac cover
That Look You Give That Guy
On The Ropes
Climbing To The Moon
Trouble With Dreams
The Sound Of Fear
[band introductions] -- included a commitment ceremony overseen by "Reverend Honest Al" for E
and The Chet (marking their ten years together) - "Do you, Chet, take E to be your lead singer? Do you,
E, take The Chet to be your lead guitarist?" with Knuckles playing & singing a bit of "Wind Beneath My Wings".
Go Knuckles -- Knuckles introduction song, included some drum solos.
Itchycoo Park -- Small Faces cover
Souljacker Part I
-- ENCORE --
I'm Your Brave Little Soldier
My Beloved Monster / Mr. E's Beautiful Blues -- Done as a "mashup" of sorts. E introduced this by saying they would only do one more song, but they WANTED to
do two more. So they started "My Beautiful Monster", then cut into "Mr. E's Beautiful Blues", then back and forth through the rest of the song.
-- ENCORE --
-- ENCORE -- disclaimer: I found these two songs listed at setlist.fm. After "Fresh Blood", the house lights came up and most everyone
appeared to head out. Apparently, E & Co. stuck around for a couple more songs. Yeah, I'm bummed.
Be-Bop Tango (Of The Old Jazzmen's Church) -- complete with a dance contest with Piper, Stammit, and Steve, and closing with a quote of the theme from Entertainment Tonight
-- INTERMISSION --
Happy Birthday To You -- when Dweezil cued the band to start "The Black Page #1", they instead broke into "Happy Birthday To You" for Dweezil's 44th birthday, and his
wife came on stage with a small cake with a lit candle for him to blow out.
The Black Page #1 -- the drum solo
The Black Page #2 -- "rocking teenage version" with disco backbeat
I Come From Nowhere
Back In Black