Monday, October 19, 2009

Mott the Hoople: Hammersmith Apollo, review - Telegraph

Is there anything more pathetic than a seventies revival show?
Forty years on from their inception, and thirty years since some of the members had actually spoken to each other, Mott stormed back into London for the first of five sold-out nights at the Apollo.

via Mott the Hoople: Hammersmith Apollo, review - Telegraph.

If they have something musically new to say that's a different story. But to shell out big money to hear a bunch of over-the-hill rockers who haven't played together in 40 years is insanity.

1 comment:

Jeffko said...

Insanity is making your mind up before it happens.

It was by all accounts greatly done, many people from all over the planet spent vast sums of their personal treasures to attend this/these events.

There are three or four distinct communities throughout the world that are like family to this band and their offshoots.

Save your comments for someone else.

We know who we are, and we are smarter, wittier, more brilliant than any other music fans on the planet.

If we want your opinion, we'll give it to you.