They played the album in full during this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust

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The Who performed their 1969 album Tommy in full during their gig at this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust.

The gig took place at London’s Royal Albert Hall on March 30, where as well as the likes of “Pinball Wizard”, “We’re Not Gonna Take It” and “I’m Free”, the band also played some rarely-performed tracks from the album like “Welcome”, “Miracle Cure” and “Underture”.

Watch fan-shot footage from the gig, and see the full setlist, below.

The Who played:

I Can’t Explain
Substitute

Overture
It’s a Boy
1921
Amazing Journey
Sparks
Eyesight to the Blind (Sonny Boy Williamson cover)
Christmas
Cousin Kevin
The Acid Queen
Do You Think It’s Alright?
Fiddle About
Pinball Wizard
Go to the Mirror!
There’s a Doctor
Tommy Can You Hear Me?
Smash the Mirror
I’m Free
Miracle Cure
Sensation
Underture
Sally Simpson
Welcome
Tommy’s Holiday Camp
We’re Not Gonna Take It

Won’t Get Fooled Again
Join Together
Baba O’Riley
Who Are You

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