Live at the Royal Albert Hall is a three-CD live album set by The Who, released in 2003. Discs one and two were recorded on 27 November 2000 and consist of John Entwistle, Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, Zak Starkey, and John "Rabbit" Bundrick performing a concert at the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust along with several guests. Disc three features four songs from The Who's last concert with John Entwistle, from 8 February 2002.
The Who & Special Guests: Live at the Royal Albert Hall. Tommy and Quadrophenia Live. The official opening ceremony of the Hall was on 29 March 1871, a welcoming speech was given by Edward, the Prince of Wales, Queen Victoria was too overcome to speak. At some point, the Queen remarked that the Hall reminded her of the British constitution, a concert followed, when the Halls acoustic problems became immediately apparent.
The Who ran through a rare complete live performance of their classic Tommy LP at the Royal Albert Hall in the spring of 2017, and soon fans everywhere will be able to experience the show.
Live at the Royal Albert Hall è un album dal vivo del gruppo rock britannico The Who, pubblicato nel 2003. Il disco è composto da tre CD, tutti registrati dal vivo alla Royal Albert Hall situata nella città di Westminster a Londra. I primi due dischi sono stati registrati durante un concerto il 27 novembre 2000, mentre il terzo disco contiene solo quattro tracce registrate l'8 febbraio 2002. Tutte le tracce sono state scritte e composte da Pete Townshend, eccetto dove indicato. I Can't Explain – 2:51.
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The band will be accompanied by an orchestra for this one-off Royal Albert Hall performance, making this one of the must-see gigs of 2016. All proceeds will go towards helping the Teenage Cancer Trust with their brilliant work. Horizon are undeniably the new powerhouse in British music. The band were thrilled to accept Teenage Cancer Trust’s invitation to headline The Royal Albert Hall on Friday 22 April and to honour the charity, and this landmark moment in their history, it is announced today that the band will release Bring Me The Horizon Live At The Royal Albert Hall.