actually, from the interviews i've read/seen, it seems that both very much understand and appreciate what Entwistle did for their sound, particularly live, where I think Pete has described him as pretty much a one man orchestra. (On the other hand, Pete still can't seem to appreciate how Moon's playing essentially made the Who's sound and elevated Pete's songs (and his and Entwistle's playing) although Roger certainly does.) It is just that Townshend and Daltrey have convinced themselves that it is ok to continue as "The Who" without John (and John, if he were here, really couldn't complain, since he was fine with continuing as the Who without Keith).Going but the remnants of the who have no respect for what entwistle did for their sound
Wow! Pete is the tonemaster whether it's Gibson or Fender, Hiwatt or Fender!
I'd love to see them ..... if they tour nearby, maybe I'll shell out the bucks and just do it!
Having seen them do much of Quadrophenia in the (small) Capitol Theater in Passaic NJ in '78, I have to agree.Quadrophenia is like Entwistle's solo album the bass is so prominent - I don't know how they can tour that record in his absence.
My fave Who record ever - hell one of my favorite records by anybody ever, but man I couldn't watch somebody else playing those bass lines.