Ear deafening – albeit skilfully performed – noice was the main impression of the Who at the Konserthallen scene yesterday. The singer Roger Daltrey was barely audible at all, while single instrumental performances were completely lost in the din. When Liseberg for some reason stopped the show, the Who had played eight songs, including the durable Substitute and My Generation. Also performed were a couple of new songs from the up-and-coming LP.
Science Poption left an enjoyable impression on stage – their records being very listenable. The five Stockholmians could compare themselves nicely as Beach Boys or Loving Spoonful copies, but thankfully, they only use this talent moderately.
Stoke Sect was a Danish band – a cross between Tages and Lollipops, with none of the talent shown by these bands.
Liseberg should receive full accolade in producing pop shows with nice light and sound packaging. But why this handing over of flowers in the middle of the songs?
Translation by Jan Forsgren.