12 agosto 1967: Covention Hall

12 agosto 1967: Covention Hall

Notapor river-de el 07 Sep 2010 20:33

En algún sitio leí que Bruce asociaba el Covention hall de Asbury park, con un sitio donde pudo ver grandes actuaciones, entre las cuales destacaba haber podido ver a The Who en dicho lugar.

Leyendo el libro "The Who: en vivo y en directo" vi que los británicos formaban parte de un cartel junto a sus compatriotas Herman´s hermits, además de la banda The Blues Magoos, habiendo actuado en dos pases el día indicado en el "post"; a las 20:00 y a las 22:15. En uno de esos pases entre el público estaba un Bruce de apenas 17 añitos.

En esa gira su repertorio consistía en

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Pictures of Lily
Sumertime blues
Barbara Ann
Boris the spider
A quick one
Happy Jack
I´m a boy
My generation

De esta última pongo la filmación del día 2 de marzo de ese año en el Marquee del Soho, en donde Pete indulta su guitarra, debido a que, por un corte de electricidad, se enfadó dando por finalizado el concierto.



¡Qué grandes The Who!

Viendo a semejantes energúmenos no me extraña que Bruce tratara de exprimirse al máximo cada vez que se subía a un escenario.
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Re: 12 agosto 1967: Covention Hall

Notapor karen el 09 Sep 2010 19:30

river-de escribió:En algún sitio leí que Bruce asociaba el Covention hall de Asbury park, con un sitio donde pudo ver grandes actuaciones, entre las cuales destacaba haber podido ver a The Who en dicho lugar.

Leyendo el libro "The Who: en vivo y en directo" vi que los británicos formaban parte de un cartel junto a sus compatriotas Herman´s hermits, además de la banda The Blues Magoos, habiendo actuado en dos pases el día indicado en el "post"; a las 20:00 y a las 22:15. En uno de esos pases entre el público estaba un Bruce de apenas 17 añitos.

De esta última pongo la filmación del día 2 de marzo de ese año en el Marquee del Soho, en donde Pete indulta su guitarra, debido a que, por un corte de electricidad, se enfadó dando por finalizado el concierto.

¡Qué grandes The Who!

Viendo a semejantes energúmenos no me extraña que Bruce tratara de exprimirse al máximo cada vez que se subía a un escenario.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: . Es cierto. Precisamente en ese tiempo Bruce estaba en The Castiles, él no era el cantante solista, pero le dejaban cantar 2 temas, uno era de Van Morrison y el otro era My generation de The Who. Y cuando fueron a Nueva York para una audición para tocar en el Café Wha precisamente eligió cantar My generation.
Por cierto por aquella epoca vió también en Asbury a Jim Morrison, según cuenta en la entrevista de Mojo, dice que estaba alucinado de que Jim estuviera en Asbury.
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Re: 12 agosto 1967: Covention Hall

Notapor brucecoru el 09 Sep 2010 21:03

karen escribió:Por cierto por aquella epoca vió también en Asbury a Jim Morrison, según cuenta en la entrevista de Mojo, dice que estaba alucinado de que Jim estuviera en Asbury.



En dimeadozen colgaron precisamente hace unos días una grabación en audio de la actuación de The Doors en el Convention Hall de Asbury Park (al parecer inédita hasta ahora), 31 Agosto 1968:

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-deta ... ?id=320014


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Re: 12 agosto 1967: Covention Hall

Notapor karen el 10 Sep 2010 09:24

¡¡¡¡Ostras, que video has puesto Brucecoru!!! !9) !9) !9) !9) !9) .
INCREIBLE, podemos ver la espectación que causaron The Doors (la poli está en el escenario, imaginaros) y Bruce estaba entre ese público, no me extraña que alucinara y más que nada cuando te dedicas a eso y sueñas con ser una estrella del rock. Y que buenas las imágenes de Jim en el paseo marítimo con el rugido de las olas, luego lo vemos en el balcón que en tantas veces se ha fotografiado a Bruce y la banda.
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Notapor river-de el 01 Jun 2015 10:44

Bruce Springsteen's Tribute to Pete Townshend at MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit:

Thank you. Pete's receiving the Stevie Ray Vaughan Award this year for his dedication to helping others who struggle with drug and alcohol addiction, for his work with the Who and his Double 'O' charity, Pete's got a long history of working hard and raising spirits and money for worthy causes. Here's just a few: In 1986, Double 'O' promotions put on a Colombian Volcano relief concert. In 1989, the Who reconvened for an anniversary tour, generated over $8 million for children's charities throughout the U.K. and the U.S.A. In the past years, the Who have helped the Teenage Cancer Trust raise close to 3 million pounds to provide cancer wards and screening units.

There are plans on this tour to raise funds for charities as various as the Teenage Cancer Trust, the Michael J. Fox Foundation, the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation for Underprivileged Children, the Robin Hood Foundation which funds and supports innovative poverty-fighting organizations in New York City. I could go on and tell you much more about what Pete and the Who have done for others, but I think I'll tell you a little bit about what Pete's done for me.

I wouldn't be windmilling a Fender Telecaster if it weren't for Pete Townshend. It's the summer of '66 or '67, I'm not sure which one, but it was the first American tour that the Who were on. And I'm in a long line snaking out of Convention Hall down the boardwalk and the billboard read, in big type, Herman's Hermits [laughter], then The Who [laughter].

Pete Townshend and Eddie Vedder Lead All-Star Who Tribute » I was a young, pimply-faced teenager who managed to scrap enough together to go see my first rock concert ever. Pete and the Who were young pimply-faced teenagers with a record contract, a tour and a rude, aggressive magic. They were on this tour, of all things, opening for Herman's Hermits [laughter]. There was no justice. So, I scrambled to my seat, which seemed like the cavernous Convention Hall and I waited for the rumble to start.

The first band out, I think was a band called the Blues Magoos. They were at a New York City, uh, yeah,… There are a few folks who remember the Blues Magoos out there? [cheers] I don't believe you [laughter]. But they had a great song, "We Ain't Got Nothing Yet," and they came out and they had these electric suits and when all the lights went out in the hall, the electric suits lit up and, it was high-level special effects for the time. But then the Who came out. I think they played for probably no more than 30 minutes, and before Pete and a cloud of smoke demolished his guitar, bashing it over and over into the floor.

And his amplifier… Now the audience was filled with a significant number of teenyboppers who were waiting for "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter." So they sat there with their mouths agape, and they were wondering, like, of course, who are you? Who are these guys? What are they doing? Why are they doing it? And all I knew was, for some reason, this music and the demolishing of these perfectly fine instruments filled me with incredible joy. There was something wonderful about the wanton destruction of good commercial property [laughter].

Hear Pete Townshend's Orchestral 'Love, Reign O'er Me' » It was the joy and giddiness of the riot that the Who managed somehow to safely attain; semi-safely attain. But all I knew is that it made me happy and it thrilled and inspired me. Inspired me to a degree where I was in a young band called the Castiles. I was about 16 years old.

We had a gig the next weekend at Saint Rose of Lima Catholic School in the basement for the CYO dance [laughter]. So I went out and I bought a smoke bomb and I bought a strobe light and I brought them over to the gig. And as the night neared its end — not being able to smash my guitar — It was the only one I had, you know. At the end of the night, I lit the smoke bomb in the Catholic school basement. I turned on the strobe light and I climbed on top of my Danelectro amplifier holding a vase of flowers that I had stolen from one of the upstairs classrooms [laughter].

And with this huge flourish, melodramatically, I raised the vase of flowers as the flickering, blinding strobe lit me with the smoke all around me, and as the nuns looked on in horror, I reached up and smashed them onto the dance floor [laughter]. And then I jumped off the amp and I stomped all over the petunias, putting them into an early death. Of course, I looked ridiculous and like I lost my mind. The vase of flowers simply failed to have the grandeur of the newly minted Telecaster being smashed to splinters. But, we worked with what we had so… I went home smiling, feeling like a blood bond with Pete Townshend, and I never looked back.

As I grew older, the Who's music seemed to grow with me. The sexual frustration, the politics, identity. These things coursed through my veins with every concurring Who album. I always found myself there somewhere in their music. "The Seeker"; the seeker is the guy in "Born to Run." There'd be no "Down in jungle," ba da ba, "land," without Pete's slashing bloody attack on his instrument. Pete is the greatest rhythm guitarist of all time [cheers]. He plays such incredible rhythm and he showed you don't have to play any lead. It's an amazing thing to behold, really. Pete managed to take the dirty business of rock & roll and somehow make it spiritual and turn it into a quest.

He may hate this, but he identified the place where it was noble and he wasn't afraid to go there. I took a lot of that with me as the years passed by. So Pete, I'm here to say, congratulations, well deserved, and thanks for not just Who's Next, and for Who Are You, but for who I am [applause]. Congratulations Pete.
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