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Back in the band's heyday, The Who stood among a small group of rock giants. Pete Townshend's imaginative song architecture and thundering guitar served as defining forces for the genre, supported by Roger Daltrey's commanding screams, John Entwistle's frenetic bass and Keith Moon's crazed drumming. I get goosebumps just thinking about their incredible sound. We desperately need more rock musicians like these guys.
Yeah, I enjoyed the football game. But it was much cooler to watch members of one of my favorite bands give it another go.
Below: Getting loud and lively in a small London club in 1967