De eerste recensies zijn online verschenen.
De London Evening Standard meldt:
“Daltrey turns 70 on Saturday and is more autumn lion than spring chicken but sweary, good-natured and having a ball, the evening’s old style, bluesy R&B was probably how The Who would have sounded had he been in charge. Johnson, though, looked astonishing for a man in his condition and he could still rattle out solos during Ice on the Motorway and Dr Feelgood’s Sneakin’ Suspicion“.
The Independent geeft 4 van 5 sterren.
“Daltrey brings his own moody intensity with a superb take on ‘’Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?’’, finger-pointing to emphasise the “so righteous” lyric of the Bob Dylan composition (….) The Bush may be Daltrey’s old manor but he feels his way into the material penned by Johnson, a disciple of the Chuck Berry school of succinctness with gems like ‘‘Sneakin’ Suspicion’’.(…) Diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer over a year ago, Johnson sounds as vital as ever. Long live rock as The Who’s Pete Townshend famously wrote in 1971”