Johnnie Walker introduces The Who to a crowd that can barely believe they're about to witness one of the best live bands of the last forty years in the beautiful and intimate surroundings of The Roundhouse. The band proceed to rattle off hit after hit as well as performing the world premiere of their brand new mini opera 'Wire & Glass'.
"Baba O'Riley" and an extended version of "My Generation" really get the crowd in the party mood while Zac Starkey, Ringo Star's son, performs brilliantly on a Keith Moon-esque double drum kit. Daltry spins himself and his mic around on a wonderful "Pinball Wizard" while Pete Townshend proves he can still cut the mustard with some fantastic guitar playing on "My Generation" and "See Me, Feel Me".
By the end it's clear this is more than just a gig, it's a musical extravaganza that provides a fitting finale to the inaugural BBC Electric Proms.
Who Are You
Pick Up The Peace
We've Got A Hit
They've Made My Dreams Come True
Man In A Purple Dress
Mike Post Theme
See Me, Feel Me
Listening To You
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