Tag Archives: Roger Daltrey

Strider ~ Damnation Of Steel

  This is an album by Strider. Back in the day, the music on this album would have surpassed many bands. The vocalist doesn’t do much for me, but, you may like it. The first song, his vocals really didn’t … Continue reading

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The Who ~ The Who

  OK, I’ve heard the hype. I love the band, but…this album is not the best Who album since Quadrophenia. That album was a masterpiece with the music being the high point of the Who’s career. “The Who By Numbers” … Continue reading

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The Who at Citizen’s Bank Park May 25, 2019

          The home of the Philadelphia Phillies brought The Who to their home on this night. I don’t know if this is going to be the last WHO show (I hope not), but this was not … Continue reading

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Best of 2018

  A little late, but I was trying to catch up on some last minute albums. So, in no particular order… Roger Daltrey – As Long As I Have You (The best Daltrey album I’ve heard in a long time). … Continue reading

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Roger Daltrey ~ As Long As I Have You

  A brand new album from Roger Daltrey? An excellent one at that. The album starts off strong with the title track, but then gets even stronger with “How far”, the 2nd track on the album, which was written by … Continue reading

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Roger Daltrey at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, PA. June 19, 2018

  Roger Daltrey, lead singer & frontman for The Who came to Philadelphia to do a solo show with his band, which also includes Simon Townshend, Jon Button, & Frank Simes from The Who. The show also included the Philadelphia … Continue reading

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THE WHO ~ PHILADELPHIA 3-14-2016

  The last WHO TOUR??? After seeing this one, I hope not, but, this was probably my 2nd favorite Who show that I’ve seen, and I’ve seen a lot. All of them in the Philadelphia area since 1975. I would’ve … Continue reading

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