Originally Posted by Spurticus
I've said it on Cockytalk a couple of times before, but my answer to
this question would be The Original Woodstock Concert when the Who
was out on stage.
If I had a time machine and could go back in time Once, to one moment
to witness a historical event, I would chose The moment that The Who
was on stage at Woodstock doing See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me.
That was not a song played by The Who, to a big crowd at a concert that
night. That was four guys who had become the focal point of a Rock n Roll
Historical event, and they spoke to a generation through that song. It was
the right time, the right song and the right band for that concert and that
era. ... I still get chills when I see the replay of that.
That's what I remember you saying before. Incidentally, didn't The Who play the most songs of any Woodstock artist? And the set ended at sunrise, followed by the Jefferson Airplane, who were supposed to go on in the middle of the night?