“Rock legends growing old disgracefully”

Gisteravond trad de band op in de Odyssey Arena in Belfast.

I Can’t Explain
The Seeker
Who Are You
The Kids Are Alright
I Can See for Miles
My Generation
Behind Blue Eyes
Join Together
You Better You Bet
I’m One
Love, Reign O’er Me
Eminence Front
A Quick One (While He’s Away)
Amazing Journey / Sparks
Pinball Wizard
See Me Feel Me / Listening To You
Baba O’Riley
Won’t Get Fooled Again

The Belfast Telegraph heeft een recensie. Er worden 5 van de 5 sterren als waardering gegeven.

“If Townsend doesn’t smash his guitar these days, he certainly gives it a severe talking to, aided initially by Roger Daltrey foregoing the microphone-twirling for some sterling acoustic work. These are great songs played with a verve few bands could match, ever, with Zak Starkey proving himself to be the best Zak Starkey-style drummer on the planet while driving that old stomper Join Together.

The Who were never known for their brotherly love – “The band get on appallingly,” Townsend once confessed – and Daltrey and Townsend bickered like a foul-mouthed but affectionate married couple before introducing a selection from rock opera Tommy.

It seemed a suitably elegiac way of reflecting on a wonderful career and saying goodbye to a band whose like we’ll never see again, at least until the Strypes grow up a bit. The dads are alright


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