December 7, 2012
Photos by Kevin Mazur
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First saw the Who in 1967. Their impact on rock ( and music in general) is unquestioned and indisputable as I have been fortunate to see their growth and maturity as musicians over these years. Truly one of the FEW pillars on which rock was and is built. Their ceativity and musicianship has few, if any , equals. There is no pretense in anything they have ever done . As a drummer –I always felt that Keith along with John Bonham were the best i’d seen and heard. Zak is right there as fitting in perfectly as do all the other “pros”. The Newark, NJ show confirmed all of this. Pete and Roger at the show’s end with his ” Cup of Tea ” — what a classy finale to another, in their long legacy, of great concerts !!
BEST CONCERT I’VE EVER SEEN! THANK-YOU THANK-YOU THANK-YOU! You thanked US? WOW! AMAZING! And post concert, I couldn’t believe I was at MSG! NO TRASH! NO PUSHING OR SHOVING! Everyone was COURTEOUS, KIND, FRIENDLY, and ORGANIZED! INCREDIBLE! I’m still on a “WHO HIGH”! THANK-YOU AGAIN, GUYS, for coming back for us and doing your magic and for bringing the spirits of your missing mates with you…we SORELY miss them too, but what GREAT subs you found! HATS OFF to them! Now the WHO family is even BIGGER!
The only band tht ever mattered. Haven’t missed a tour since 1982.
Saw the show at MSG, because I just couldn’t get enough after seeing them in Orlando. I saw The Who in ’74 in London; they were my youth, my love, my rock n’ roll. Nothing has changed in 40 years, except Roger is allergic to pot smoke. You guys are awesome. Rock n’ Roll has kept you, and me, young. Thanks for your contributions to this life. You’re incomparable. “Rock is here to stay..long live Rock. I need it every day.”
Be Happy, Be Healthy.
Saw The Who at the Prudential Center in Newark last night … Easily the most phenomenal, awsome, incredible musical and visual spectacle I ever saw in my entire life!! … 2 1/2 hours of almost non-stop performance genius. They seemed to transcend all the genres and I could not really categorize what they were doing. Computer graphics and light show were state-of-the-art. A 10 -piece band functioning as a sonic singularity. This was the result of incredible teamwork, preparation and collaboration. My hat is off to the musical director and everyone else who took part in this extravaganza!!!!
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