Cockney Red (el 20/04/14 a las 8:03 pm)
the Royal Albert Hall is great for live concerts,sonically its right up
there with the best,and the acoustics do strange things.anyone who has been
there will know what i mean and the Who sounded great here,as did
Clapton,and many others who played there.The Who,legends.
Jimmy Poon Tang (el 16/04/14 a las 11:38 pm)
This drummer is good, but has nothing on Keith. Also, no I Can See For
Miles? One of their best songs
dockaiser (el 10/02/14 a las 8:47 am)
noel nicely wailing away on his Les Paul
dockaiser (el 09/02/14 a las 9:15 am)
This is a great set list and a great concert - the post John line up just
don't rock and jam like they did ...
Pete has a great sense for melodie, he plays some cool solo stuff ...
Geotubest (el 18/04/14 a las 8:43 pm)
Octavio1988 (el 15/04/14 a las 12:08 am)
why brian adams for behind blue eyes
David Nika (el 22/03/14 a las 3:38 am)
How did they Mick Jagger to play drums for them? Maybe they'll get Charlie
Watts to sing for them next tour!
Tad Baranski (el 25/02/14 a las 6:57 pm)
The first three records I bought (it took three weeks of pocket money for
each!): I Can't Explain (still sends a shiver down my spine), Anyway,
Anyhow, Anywhere (chaos managed quite well), and My Generation (which still
makes me feel young even at 61!). The Who - BLESS
Gerrylambe Lambe (el 25/01/14 a las 1:25 am)
Oh well Sharkey on Drums is Ringo Starrs son, also plays for Oasis great
montani3semper (el 15/02/14 a las 8:50 pm)
GFreat performance despite the fact That Mr. Keith Moon isn´t around.