The Who have started other tours believing they were bidding farewell to the road, but Roger Daltrey knows the group's 50th anniversary dates are definitely the "last big tour we'll ever do."
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If there was any doubt that the Who were one of the most ferocious live acts on the planet at the start of the ‘70s, Live at Leeds quashed it.
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"Actually," noted Roger Daltrey when Forbes pointed out that he and Pete Townshend have been together in the Who for 50 years, "[it's been] 54 or 55. And," laughed Daltrey, "he’s as bloody difficult now as he always was."
The Who recorded one of their biggest hits on Feb. 7, 1969 with the intention of getting a good review from a critic.