- Title:Live 6-12-76 City Football Grounds Swansea, Wales
- Style:Arena Rock, Classic Rock, Rock & Roll, Hard Rock
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The Vetch Field was a football stadium in Swansea, Wales. It was used for football matches and was the home ground of Swansea City until the club moved to the newly built Liberty Stadium in 2005. Opened in 1912, the ground held around 12,000 at the time of its closure, but upwards of 30,000 at its peak. As well as being home to the Swans, the Vetch also hosted games for the Wales national football team, with 18 internationals played at the Vetch between 1921 and 1988
Singer: The Who. Album's title: Live 6-12-76 City Football Grounds Swansea, Wales. Genre: Rock, Blues, Pop. Label: Not On Label (The Who) – none Type: Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release Country: Europe Date of released: 2009 Category: Rock, Blues, Pop Style: Arena Rock, Classic Rock, Rock & Roll, Hard Rock. Recorded Live 6-12-1976 at the City Football Ground Swansea, Wales, UK. Track A5 on back cover ("How Can We Follow") is NOT really a song, that is the last line of previous song ("I'm Free") that Roger Daltrey repeats at the end of that song. Track A6 ("Summertime Blues") is NOT listed at all on back cover, but it plays on the record. Although Pete Townshend introduces it as their latest single "Squeezebox"! but "Summertime Blues" is played instead(?) Other versions.
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Streetwalkers Setlist at Vetch Field, Swansea, Wales. Vetch Field, Swansea, Wales. Streetwalkers Vetch Field, Swansea - Jun 12, 1976 Jun 12 1976. The Sensational Alex Harvey Band Vetch Field, Swansea - Jun 12, 1976 Jun 12 1976. Outlaws Vetch Field, Swansea - Jun 12, 1976 Jun 12 1976. Widowmaker Vetch Field, Swansea - Jun 12, 1976 Jun 12 1976. The Who Vetch Field, Swansea - Jun 12, 1976 Jun 12 1976. Little Feat Vetch Field, Swansea - Jun 12, 1976 Jun 12 1976. Last updated: 1 Apr 2019, 13:32 Etc/UTC. Streetwalkers Gig Timeline.
The Liberty Stadium is the third largest ground in Wales yet the second smallest stadium in the Premier League. It has been the home of Swansea City since they left Vetch Field in 2005. It is also the home of the Ospreys rugby team. Swansea City two biggest fans, Sandy & Tim, pose for a panoramic before a Swansea v Arsenal league game in early 2017. Everything about Swansea is nice and simple. They keep ticket prices easy to understand and they play football in a stadium that is just as convenient to get your head around. It is in a bowl design and has two-tiers, though there are still four stands like in most traditional grounds.
Swansea City reached the FA Cup quarter-finals for only the fifth time in their history after they fought back to beat 10-man Brentford. Brentford played attractive football in the first period and went in front with Maupay feeding Watkins, who finished a counter-attack emphatically with a rising shot. Swansea were level just four minutes after the restart when Celina's free-kick hit the post and then bounced into the net off Daniels' back. Only four minutes later, they were in front as James - who came close to joining Leeds last month - picked off a loose pass and then embarked on a driving run which took him from the edge of Swansea's area to the Brentford box, before lifting a shot into the net. James's.
|A1||The Acid Queen|
|A5||Baba O' Riley|
|A6||Summertime Blues (not listed on back cover)|
|B1||My Generation Medley|
|B2||Won't Get Fooled Again|
NotesRecorded Live 6-12-1976 at the City Football Ground Swansea, Wales, UK
Track A5 on back cover ("How Can We Follow") is NOT really a song, that is the last line of previous song ("I'm Free") that Roger Daltrey repeats at the end of that song.
Track A6 ("Summertime Blues") is NOT listed at all on back cover, but it plays on the record. Although Pete Townshend introduces it as their latest single "Squeezebox"! but "Summertime Blues" is played instead(?)
|19776||The Who||Swansea, June 1976 (LP, Unofficial)||Not On Label (The Who)||19776||Europe||1977|
|IMP 1-16||The Who||Backstage Pass (LP, Unofficial)||The Impossible Recordworks||IMP 1-16||US||1978|
|MD 61011||The Who||Who Put The Boot In 1976 (CD, Unofficial)||Midas Touch||MD 61011||Japan||1996|
|016||The Who||Live At Swansea (LP, Unofficial)||K&S Records||016||US||1978|
|none||The Who||Swansea 1976 (CD, Unofficial)||Not On Label (The Who)||none||Japan||2017|