Quadrophenia review – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

November 12, 2012 | By

A great write up of the Consol Energy Center (Nov 11) Pittsburgh stop of The Who’s ‘Quadrophenia & More’ US Tour.

“Pete’s younger brother Simon and drummer Zak Starkey powered them through a  spot-on version of the “Quadrophenia” overture …”

“Simon was a diamond in the rough, whether it was taking a guitar lead or  stepping up with a bold vocal on “Dirty Jobs” that found the sweet spot between  Roger and Pete.”

You can read Scott Mervis’s full review online at the post-gazette.com

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  1. Ron Osborne says:

    I was graced to hear your early 1980’s album “Sweet Sound” and at one time had the cassette, which I played till it’s loss. I have had a hard time finding this CD or album version of this record. I was surprised when I did not see it here in your CD’s to purchase. Will you be re-releasing this work, and if so how may I get a copy?

    Respectfully
    Ron