Mack Hofmann's review of the epic 1975 Who show at the Greensboro Coliseum dwelt on the advancing ages of the band members and the longevity of the music itself: "The Who's concert seemed proof that the rock of the '60s is not dead. For relics of the Beatles era it's a comfort to have the Who and their kind of music still around."
Thanks to Dr. John Hayes for finding and fwding the old clip. He and I both attended that show, a shared experience we discovered many years later at this blog. I was 13, and haven't seen much to equal it since.
Dr. Hayes went back to the Coliseum last night to see the group some call The Two, and sends along this evidence that Pete Townshend's "generally maniacal style," as the Winston-Salem Journal called it way back when, remains in effect.