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Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, The Who. photo by Ros O'Gorman

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, The Who. photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Who, Wilco, Ryan Adams Play New Orleans Jazz Festival SETLIST

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on April 27, 2015

in Live,News

The Who, Wilco and Ryan Adams were three of the main acts at the New Orleans Jazz and heritage Festival on the weekend.

The first few set lists have leaked out from the Fairgrounds Race Course in New Orleans, LA where the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is being held this weekend.

On Friday, Wilco played a set that ended up being just ten songs short, cut because of bad weather. While there was more coming, the set that made it to the stage was devoid of any material from the band’s last two albums.

Handshake Drugs (from More Like the Moon EP, 2003)
Camera (from More Like the Moon, 2003)
Walken (from Sky Blue Sky, 2007)
I’m the Man Who Loves You (from Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, 2002)
Secret of the Sea (from Mermaid Avenue, Volume II, 2000)
Heavy Metal Drummer (from Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, 2002)
Hummingbird (from A Ghost is Born, 2004)
Red-Eyed and Blue (from Being There, 1996)
I Got You (At the End of the Century) (from Being There, 1996)
Impossible Germany (from Sky Blue Sky, 2007)

The weather got better on Saturday for sets by Ryan Adams and the Who.

Adams delivered a nineteen songs set that spanned his career from Whiskeytown’s second album through to four songs from his self titled 2014 album.

Gimme Something Good (from Ryan Adams, 2014)
Let it Ride (from Cold Roses, 2005)
Oh My Sweet Carolina (from Heartbreaker, 2000)
Dirty Rain (from Ashes & Rain, 2011)
Stay With Me (from Ryan Adams, 2014)
This House Is Not For Sale (from Love is Hell, 2004)
Magnolia Mountain (from Cold Roses, 2005)
Dear Chicago (from Demolition, 2002)
Trouble (from Ryan Adams, 2014)
A Kiss Before I Go (from Jacksonville City Nights, 2005)
Peaceful Valley (from Jacksonville City Nights, 2005)
I Love You But I Don’t Know What To Say (from Ashes & Fire, 2011)
Kim (from Ryan Adams, 2014)
When the Stars Go Blue (from Gold, 2001)
New York, New York (from Gold, 2001)
Everybody Knows (from Easy Tiger, 2007)
When the Summer Ends (from 1984, 2014)
16 Days (black metal version) (from Whiskeytown’s Strangers Almanac, 1997)
Come Pick Me Up (from Heartbreaker, 2000)

Finally, the Who brought their Who Hits 50! tour to the NOLA festival with a set that had just a few variations from the one that opened their 2015 tour back in March.

I Can’t Explain (single, 1965)
The Seeker (single, 1970)
Who Are You (from Who Are You, 1978)
Squeeze Box (from The Who By Numbers, 1975)
I Can See For Miles (from The Who Sell Out, 1967)
Pictures of Lily (single, 1967)
My Generation (from My Generation, 1965)
Magic Bus (single, 1968)
Behind Blue Eyes (from Who’s Next, 1971)
Bargain (from Who’s Next, 1971)
Join Together (single, 1972)
You Better You Bet (from Free Dance, 1981)
I’m One (from Quadrophenia, 1973)
Love Reign O’er Me (from Quadrophenia, 1973)
Eminence Front (from It’s Hard, 1982)
Amazing Journey (from Tommy, 1969)
It’s a Boy (from Tommy, 1969)
Sparks (from Tommy, 1969)
Pinball Wizard (from Tommy, 1969)
See Me Feel Me / Listening To You (from Tommy, 1969)
Baba O’Riley (from Who’s Next, 1971)
Won’t Get Fooled Again (from Who’s Next, 1971)


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