Tampabay heeft een recensie van het concert dat The Who gisteravond gaf.
“Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend wailed and windmilled through a lifetime of rock ‘n’ roll in two frenzied hours before a crowd of 11,894 at Tampa’s Amalie Arena. Their days of smashing guitars and exploding drums may be long gone, but the show they’ll ride into retirement is still a wildly kicking good time“.
Het artikel meldt ook de reactie van het publiek tijdens het spelen van “A Quick One, While He’s Away”.
“Anytime a band as big as The Who stages a hits tour, it’s tough to fit in too many surprises. But they squeezed in a couple. Making a surprise appearance was 1976’s Slip Kid, a song that Daltrey “slipped in” with little rehearsal, said Townshend, and which, near as I can tell, hadn’t been played in America since 1979. (“Doing that song after so long – it sort of feels good,” Daltrey said.) The proggy epic A Quick One (While He’s Away) was stylistically all over the map, but scanning the arena floor, you could see fans who were losing their minds to be hearing it live“