Wolf Trap 7/17/01

Review by Vincent M. DeLuca (Switch to

X-SMF-Message-ID: 62A9C03601845200 X-SMF-Hop-Count: 1 Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001 13:28:00 -0400 From: "Vincent M. DeLuca" To: roger@rocemabra.antelope.ca.us X-EXP32-SerialNo: 00102147 Subject: Wolf Trap 7/17/01

Prior reviewers were correct that Ann Wilson is at the top of her vocal form. She hit every high note and her phrasings were right on target. Todd Rundgren was great. He has an excellent voice and exhibited significant chops on the axe. He also clowned around a lot during songs, which was distracting. John Entwistle's bass playing, while virtuostic, was very busy. A lot of the Beatles tunes they played could have done with less frenetic bass lines and a more subdued bass tone. However, I did love the power trio version of "Real Me." Godfrey Townsend did a good imitation of Roger Daltrey. Overall, it was great to hear Beatles music performed live by a very competent ensemble.

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