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I got an E-Mail from Johnny Black and he sent me an excerpt from an interview with Gary Moore. Johnny wrote: "I thought you might like this to add to your concert listings ... I just interviewed Gary Moore, and he recalled a Who gig at Ulster Hall in Belfast on 11 May 67. You just show Belfast, but here's what Gary told me: Gary Moore (audience): I'd seen them a year or so earlier in Lisburn, then they came back again to Belfast about a year or two later and they played in the Ulster Hall, but they had a different drummer this time. Pete that night was unbelievable, he was playing a Strat, I remember that, and he smashed it up at the end. He was just unbelievable on stage, the guy was absolutely terrifying. Afterwards, we were walking out down the corridor and they were walking out the other way and we could see them leaving, just this group of big lanky fuckers, striding out the other end, and I was shaking, like you'd been in a fight. That's what it felt like. The adrenalin was amazing. I'd never been to a gig and come out feeling like that, and afterwards you just felt like you'd been in a huge bundle with loads of people. It was the most aggressive thing I've ever seen live, more so than any punk band or anything."