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Roger Daltrey with the London Symphony Orchestra - "I'm Free" (MP3)

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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Back in 1972, the London Symphony Orchestra recorded a live version of the Who’s Tommy over two nights at London’s Rainbow Theatre. Many special guests appeared, including most naturally Who lead singer Roger Daltrey. This version of Tommy is being reissued on 26 May by Ode Records and here’s a sample.


Roger Daltrey with the London Symphony Orchestra
“I’m Free” [MP3]
     


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