“The Who take their own endurance test”

IndyWeek heeft een recensie van het concert dat The Who in Raleigh gaf.

They were a scripted and precise ensemble, pushing through 20 of The Who’s hits in about two hours, breaking only for Townshend to share a story about his youth or to make jokes about how he, like the material the band played, wasn’t getting any younger. They delivered the harmonies of “Magic Bus” with strange jubilation and emerged from the synthesizer dance of “Eminence Front” into the roil of a swaggering rock band. During show highlight “Love, Reign O’er Me,” The Who brought the full weight of their production to bear, with pianos and electronics and graphics adding a theatric power to the already-arching anthem. Pino Palladino rumbled the bassline of “My Generation” wonderfully, and Starkey danced and pounded behind the kit as needed

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