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It was my sixth Who concert – and second time to photograph and review them. Wonderful show, wonderful set list and wonderful venue. Roger sounded strong – “Quadrophenia” is no easy thing to sing, as we Who fans know. Pete’s guitar was great, and having Simon Townshend on second guitar was a great plus. Simon’s lead vocals on “The Dirty Jobs” was great.
Here’s the link to my review and photos of this fantastic gig. Let’s hope there’s one more big Who tour (or more) to come in the near future ….
Greg: thanks for the comment about the venue. The BOK Center is a GREAT place for a concert and The Who did not disappoint that evening. Please, by all means, return to our city to see another concert at the BOK Center.
So it is the Late 60’s and I have been following all the new musical fads. I was forced to, because of where I lived. Next to a house full of 5 girls. Three of them at the time teenagers. And smack dab in the middle of OZ. I had heard it all, The Whailers, Chuck, Ray, Bo, Drifters, Platters, Sherlls, Beatles……on and on. I was riding my bike on a sunny day and heard over the radio, that I had taped to my handle bars, about these guys that played at Woodstock and how they smashed up all their gear at the end of their set. Hey that was the guys I had seen on the Smothers Brothers show…..They were still doing it. How cool…I was 12 and these guys were doing what I liked best..Music and tearing up shit. So I started looking for their albums. Borrowed “Tommy” didn’t get it, well hell I was 13. But it was about this time my folks bought me a set of drums. I listened to Buddy Rich, Gene Krupa, Ringo, but it was the Moon that mesmerized me and lead me back to the beginning of their music and all the way up to “Who’s Next”. Hit me like a ton of bricks. From then on I got it all. All the dots lined up. Never was able to see them…life got in the way, no life just happened. So after waiting for 45 years, yep you read right, 45 years, all the dots came together in of all places Tulsa, Ok. Thank you Gentlemen.
THE ONLY BAND THAT CAN CONDENSE SO MUCH HISTORY IN SCENES AND SOUND TO REPRESENT OUR GENERATION. UNBEATABLE AND UNFORGETABLE.YES ITS ME….FOR A MOMENT…..THANKS FOR ALL THE EFFORT AND PRESERVATION WORK ON YOUR VOICE ROGER. GODS BEST TO YOU GUYS
I flew in from Dallas to see the show, and man am I glad I did. Great venue, amazing opening act in Vintage Trouble. The stage show with the diferent screens and video was awesome, band was awesome, and last but not least, the vocals from Roger were just great. The crowd was into it and it seemed Roger and Pete reacted to the love from the crowd. A great show and well worth the trip.
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