ROGER DALTREY - SEATTLE 2009

August 31, 2016 – 12:15 pm

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ROGER DALTREY
Seattle 2009 [JEMS master recording, 2CD]

Live at Showbox SoDo, Seattle, WA; October 12, 2009. Very good audience recording.

Thanks to JEMS; and to dukem1978 for sharing the show at Dime.

dukem1978 noted:

This is an excellent sounding recording and performance capturing Roger on the second night of his Use It Or Lose It tour. The show features a nice mix of Roger’s solo tunes along with Who songs. Also note that Days Of Light is played twice with the song being restarted from the beginning a quarter of the way through.

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Lineage:
Nak 700 mics > Olympus LS-10 (96/24)
> Wavelab (44.1/16) > Flac
Taped and transferred by JEMS

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Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 1:17 (2.2MB)
Track 102. Who Are You 6:30 (10.9MB)
Track 103. Pictures Of Lily 3:31 (5.9MB)
Track 104. Goin’ Mobile 5:04 (8.5MB)
Track 105. Second Out 6:20 (10.6MB)
Track 106. Tattoo 5:33 (9.3MB)
Track 107. I Can See For Miles 5:58 (10.0MB)
Track 108. Gimme A Stone 5:02 (8.5MB)
Track 109. Freedom Ride 6:57 (11.7MB)
Track 110. Giving It All Away 4:47 (8.0MB)
Track 111. Squeeze Box 4:14 (7.1MB)
56 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Days Of Light 6:12 (10.4MB)
Track 202. Better Man 6:23 (10.7MB)
Track 203. The Real Me 4:40 (7.8MB)
Track 204. Blue, Red And Grey 4:52 (8.2MB)
Track 205. Walk On Water 5:31 (9.3MB)
Track 206. Young Man Blues 4:30 (7.6MB)
Track 207. Shakin’ All Over 3:01 (5.1MB)
Track 208. Baba O’Riley 5:42 (9.6MB)
Track 209. Band Introductions 4:12 (7.1MB)
Track 210. Johnny Cash Medley 5:25 (9.1MB)
Track 211. Bargain 5:41 (9.5MB)
57 mins

Lineup:
Roger Daltrey - guitar, ukulele, vocals
Simon Townshend - guitar, vocals
Frank Simes - lead guitar, vocals
Loren Gold - keyboards, vocals
Jon Button - bass, vocals
Scott Devours - drums
Special Guests
Eddie Vedder - guitar, vocals
Bernt Bodal - bass

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  1. 14 Responses to “ROGER DALTREY - SEATTLE 2009”

  2. It’s great to see Roger out there and still rockin’! His album with fellow geezer Wilko Johnson is one of the best released in the last several years. I hope Wilko is mending well and will be healthy enough to do another album with Roger soon.

    By everyone else on bigO on Aug 31, 2016

  3. Thank you Big O Amigos, should be a good warm up for a Thompson fish fry and some crappie fishing. Be well. James

    By James on Aug 31, 2016

  4. Dudes,why da geezer rockfest,Ole Rog cant hit da high ones anymore Hows bout some vintage young Rog ,like late 60s early 70s who from da tommy/whos next days Rog hittin all da high notes along wit da Ox boomin on da base and pete doin his windmill guitar routine before smashin it and Keith poundin dem drums like a motherfucker.make me happy by postin more of dat,70s rock 70s roll 70s rule

    By Boom Boom Mancini on Sep 1, 2016

  5. Good gravy Boom Boom, how about some gratitude?

    By Tony Pizza on Sep 1, 2016

  6. show some respect people,daltry another legend fortunatly still with us,slowly losing them all. many gone this year alone.they are ireplaceible

    By COREY M on Sep 1, 2016

  7. Great show,appreciate the post

    By John,Dahl on Sep 1, 2016

  8. Shame Americans are such noisy cattle tho

    By Hans on Sep 1, 2016

  9. Boom boo- You know you don’t like anything recorded after 1975. Why do you even bother to click on posts of older acts? You are certainly entitled to your opinion, but must you drag out your tired schtick all the time? You sound like a little boy crying for attention.

    By Rick on Sep 1, 2016

  10. There’s no shame about these bull sized American nuts on your chin, Hans.

    By Hans Moron on Sep 2, 2016

  11. i like mostly stuff from 1982 goin backwards mainly pre mtv which is wat started da shitty muzak,dont get me wrong , would still rather hear da geezers today rog,plant,mccartney.stones.neil.gilmore,lightfoot.joni.bruce,petty,all dem dude is better than da modern fake muzak crap,but why not hear dem when they wuz yound dats all.old dudes embarrass demselves tryin to look and sound young especially when i remember them when they wuz young 70s rule

    By Boom Boom Mancini on Sep 2, 2016

  12. da blues and da jazz guys can get away with it better though,being a geezer is even an advantage wit those dudes,gives em charactar geezers playin rock though just looks silly

    By Boom Boom Mancini on Sep 2, 2016

  13. actually sort of agree with boom boom,sorry to say.the stones for example are an embarrassment trying to rock into their 70s,same with bob dylan.he cant sing anymore and its sad to see,I saw the who back in 1971 and again in 75 ,keith moon was awesome.love roger but he is also at this stage beginning to become a parody like so many of his peers

    By Antonio on Sep 2, 2016

  14. its like the aging boxer who used to be a great champ when he was young that keeps getting into the ring and losing to guys he would have destroyed in his prime,like muhammad ali.or the baseball player who cant hit the fastball anymore.sports analogies

    By Antonio on Sep 2, 2016

  15. Horrific, very painful to listen to.should retire immediatly

    By Smashmouth on Sep 2, 2016

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