surprise? Daltrey's voice gives out in Cleveland

bigjon1 at bigjon1 at
Fri Nov 6 17:53:27 UTC 2009

Maybe this tour should just be treated for what it is...a warm-up for a Who album and maybe a mini Who tour. Roger and Pete's voices can't hold up anymore to a long, closely dated tour.
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-----Original Message-----
From: Jim <nakedi at>
Date: Fri, 06 Nov 2009 11:48:52 
To: The Who Mailing List<thewho at>
Subject: Re: surprise? Daltrey's voice gives out in Cleveland

From: <Keithjmoon70 at>

> Exactly.  Like 75% of the show.  Roger could play  harmonica, guitar,
> tambourine, jews harp, the trombone.  Whatever.  Give me Pete singing and 
> playing
> guitar on that stage in  any stage at any age.

I don't know about 75%, but 3-4 songs shouldn't be asking too much.  He 
already does Eminence Front.   He could do an acoustic break in the middle, 
like he used to with songs like Drowned or Let's See Action.  I'd love them 
to shake up the Tommy section a bit.  Pete could sing Acid Queen.  I'm sure 
we'd all love to hear Odorono!

So, if you could pick, which Who songs would you most like to hear Pete sing 
on the next tour?  Just Who songs, mind you , not his solo stuff.  And, you 
can include songs that Roger sang on the record if you like.

I think won't Get Fooled again is getting a little tired and I love the 
acoustic versions Pete has done in the past.  That would be my choice.

Jim M 

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