GrayWoIf (el 13/12/14 a las 5:02 pm)
Can't wait to see them on the 50th anniversary tour next year
JoshDone (el 30/11/14 a las 3:04 am)
The Who are the greatest fucking live act of all time. I can't believe
that geezers in the year 200 could put on as great of a show as this. It
Vezonmodder (el 30/01/15 a las 11:30 am)
These guys still have a lot of energy. Always great to see that.
Michael Garcia (el 18/09/14 a las 5:00 am)
At least Pete's not playing inside an aquarium like he was when I saw them.
That was obnoxious. Also, that drummer's just fine. Quit comparing him
to Keith Moon. It's 2014, I think we can move past that now.
TheWhoLive73 (el 23/08/14 a las 4:30 am)
Without Moon "The Who" would not be as successful as they are today....Moon
was not just a Great Drummer he was the spark that the band needed back in
"64'..." Moon"Took Pete and John, Roger to a level that no other band can
match its Intensity. Once Moonie joined they had a full house every night
and the female fan base went up drastically as Moon as there "Pin up Boy".
Back in the Day Moon was like the leading man but on the drums but the
Camera back in the 60s to low 70s had Moon front and center because of his
unique style and Bazaar personality and stamina, exactly what Roger and
Pete Needed desperately... Anybody can make a Album in the studio, but when
you go Live you can Make or Break it. The "67" Smothers Brother show
followed by 'The Monterey pop Festival" and Woodstock with the release of
Tommy put The Who in a class by its self. In "1973' The Who were dubbed
'The Greatest Rock-n-roll band in the world" Rolling Stone Magazine 1973"
Thundergod129 (el 03/02/15 a las 9:06 am)
Who is the guy singing I'm One? So used to hearing Pete sing this one....
PillCosby (el 25/06/14 a las 7:21 pm)
If there was only one rock band, it would have to be the Who for me.
rain73ful (el 20/02/15 a las 1:25 am)
That was an excellent show. About as good as anything Led Zeppelin has
done. How I wish people would make music like this today, but I think in
the Sixties and early Seventies, maybe people had more passion about their
music to reflect the societal changes that were happening back then(
Vietnam, the Women's movement, the Civil Rights movement, etc.,).
T-Bone Boy (el 26/10/14 a las 2:29 am)
Pete Townsend sort of invented "hard" rock, but the melodies in his songs
are superior to many other groups, and this all began when? 1964? 1965?
Amazing! Keith's manic drumming, John's melodic hard
bass..............never gonna' see the likes of these three
again.......and, of course Roger's rockin' voice!
jim mcclellan (el 14/02/15 a las 5:55 am)
The Who- who are you= I have grown-up with this music, I am very glad to
still be able to see/hear this music. most people cannot see their music
greats. I play drums, listening to and playing with Keith my mentor.
will see this The who in 2015..