Actually, the Who then played "Love Reign O'er Me." I've always maintained the end of this song is one of the top three vocalists screams in the history of rock. Rick Flair's tits are looking good, but his scream isn't what it used to be.
I've always maintained the end of this song is one of the top three vocalists screams
This is the first time in the history of the board that I have agreed with you 100%.
Especially in matters concerning classic rock. Your notions are fundamentally skewed.
You also disregard my taste in music because I am a "pop" fan. You will never appreciate Edward Sharpe, or Prince for that matter.
If I'm going to push further, this song features the greatest drummer of all time, the second greatest vocalist of all time, and the one of the top five guitarists of all time. I don't care what the song actually means, it is perfect musically:
Daltrey's voice is obviously not what it used to be, but dude still got after it. Was highly impressed that they pulled out Bell Boy and Reign. Was fortunate enough to catch them three times while The Ox was still slappin' da bass.
The Who were fucking terrible last night. I can't stand those assholes. Most disappointing concert of my life.
The Paul-vana thing was pretty awesome though. Great chune. It's always a treat to see Dave Grohl beat the ever loving shit out of a set of drums. Eddie Vedder and Roger Waters doing Comfortably Numb was phenomenal as well.