, attached to 1999-10-08

Review by TomAce

TomAce This really was a 5/5 show. Reason: The whole show was amazing. I was general admission on the floor, jumped over with my friend and we both got in. We were about 20 feet dead center when The Who's "Where not going to take it," started. This was the most amazing cover I have ever seen them do within the 100+ shows I've been to because when the following lyrics came around, Tom put his arm around Trey, who could not top smiling from ear to ear, and sang the most literally amazing lines possible.

It was absolutely magical to see these two friends and collaborators rocking out these particular song lyrics. Again, Tom sang with his arm around Trey, and Trey ROCKED IT!!! The magic is in the lyrics which go:

Right behind you,
I see the millions.
On you,
I see the glory.
From you,
I get opinions.
From you,
I get the story.

Listening to you,
I get the music.
Gazing at you,
I get the heat.
Following you,
I climb the mountains.
I get excitement at your feet.

Right behind you,
I see the millions.
On you,
I see the glory.
From you,
I get opinions.
From you,
I get the story.

Again, this had to be a monumental moment in the lives of these friends. Just knowing their relationship, I knew I was watching something incredible. One of my many many magical times which kept me coming back to more and more shows. Love it. Thanks for taking time to read this memory of mine.

TomAce


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