The Who

Fri, 17 November 2006:

Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center


I Can't Explain
The Seeker
Who Are You
Behind Blue Eyes
Real Good Looking Boy
Sound Round
Pick Up The Peace
Endless Wire
We Got A Hit
They Made My Dream Come True
Mirror Door
Baba O'Riley
Eminence Front
A Man In A Purple Dress
Mike Post Theme
You Better You Bet
My Generation
Cry If You Want
Won't Get Fooled Again

Pinball Wizard
Amazing Journey
See Me Feel Me
Tea And Theatre

Newspaper Review

The Who, still kicking and screaming

DALLAS -- Ghosts haunted the American Airlines Center on Friday night. But not just the ghosts you'd expect at a Who concert -- the band's late dru... Continue reading
(Star Telegram, 18-11-2006)

Moves smooth but voice a bit rough during Who's show at AAC

Pete Townshend might be the Who's heart, soul and brains, but Roger Daltrey is still its voice. When his voice falters, so does the Who. And that ... Continue reading
(The Dallas Morning News, 18-11-2006)



Incredible show. Singer Roger Daltrey's vocals were NOT as ragged as Dallas Morning News critic Thorn Christensen claimed. Sure, Daltrey hit a few rough spots here and there, but 95 percent of the time, he sounded really strong. It was the most animated I've seen Pete Townshend live (in the flesh). The Who played with conviction and a wonderful balance of aggression and melodic precision. Townshend, at 61, jumped all over the stage, lunging with his Stratocaster and trotting across the stage. The guitarist also was in better voice than he was at the 2002 Dallas show at AAC. Last week's show also was the best I've seen Zak Starkey play, ever. I thought he was going to break a snare-drum head. It was a great, great show. Entwistle was missed (I am the biggest Ox fan; I've played bass for 23 years because of him), but The Who still are the best rock band in the world. No one touches them on the stage. The reunited Pink Floyd at Live 8 and U2 circa 1987 come close, but The Who is tops. Go see them on this tour. You won't regret it. (And the new songs rock!)

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