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See Me,Feel Me - The Who - Chicago 1979 - Definitive Version (DVD)

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  1. Tehn
    See me, feel me Touch me, heal me See me, feel me Touch me, heal me Listening to you, I get music Gazing at you, I get the heat Following you, I climb the mountain I get excitement at your feet Right behind you, I see the millions On you, I see the glory From you, I get opinions From you, I get the story.
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  2. Kisida
    The Who performed "See Me, Feel Me", followed by the refrain of "Listening To You", at the Woodstock Festival. This was captured on film in Woodstock () and The Kids Are Alright (). "See Me, Feel Me" was also released as a single in the United States to capitalise on its appearance in the Woodstock film.
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  3. Zulkirg
    Chicago Definitive Version is the first DVD to be released by the Wardour label and follows the release, by several months, of the soundtrack on Long Live Rock (Wardour). The year following the devastating loss of drummer Keith Moon saw The Who regrouping with new drummer Kenny Jones and playing limited engagements around Europe and the US rehearsing with a new drummer and .
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  4. Voodoojora
    "See Me, Feel Me" (aka Listening To You/See Me, Feel Me and See Me, Feel Me/Listening To You) is a song from the Who's album reimulirekodis.seitabciocopdemikufirvemahlwhebil.infoinfo consists of two overture parts from Tommy, the second and third parts of the album's final song "We're Not Gonna Take It": "See Me, Feel Me" and "Listening To You".It was released as a single in September The song is not identified as a separate track.
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  5. Bazilkree
    Pete Townshend’s Deep End, recorded live for Rockpalast at Midem, Cannes, France, on 29 Jan. Originally released: UK/US (Eagle Rock Entertainment), released 16 Sept.
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  6. Yotaur
    See Me Feel Me | guitar tab By The Who >Live version, as included on Woodstock, Live at Leeds, etc. >Originally from Tommy, Written by Pete Townshend © Fabulous Music Ltd. #PLEASE NOTE# #This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the # #song.
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  7. Dunris
    Music Rights are covered by collection societies and publishers. The images are for illustrative purposes only and are not contractual. All musical material is re-recorded and does not use in any form the original music or original vocals or any feature of the original recording.
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  8. Faektilar
    There's also a live version of "Baba O'Riley" from the same session in , and magical footage from Woodstock of Daltrey singing "See me, hear me, touch me, feel me" as the sun breaks over the horizon and floods the reimulirekodis.seitabciocopdemikufirvemahlwhebil.infoinfos:
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