Live acts



Sroundtable at aol.com Sroundtable at aol.com
Tue Feb 1 20:37:31 CST 2005


In a message dated 2/1/2005 8:32:20 PM Central Standard Time, 
thewho-request at igtc.com writes:
This was in '64, '65, '66.  For back then, they were a great live act.

On Jan 30, 2005, at 12:38 PM, The Who Mailing List Digest wrote:

> They don't even make the list as a live band.  Their live performances 
> were
> rather stiff, at least in the early days (aside from those "shameless" 
> little

What about The Stones?  They were head and shoulders above The Beatles live, 
as were The Who in 1965.  Kinks maybe better also.  Beatles were awesome and 
their shows were huge events, but it wasn't the great performances that made 
the concerts big, but rather the fact that they were THE BEATLES!  Yes, the 
music itself was amazing but their live act itself, with some exceptions in the 
later 60s (Lennon playing piano with his elbows), were not that great.

Mc



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