The question "Who Are You?" has never been more apt when it comes to the Who, or what's left of it. Shorn of the fury provided by the late Keith Moon and John Entwistle, what is now effectively the To

The question "Who Are You?" has never been more apt when it comes to the Who, or what's left of it. Shorn of the fury provided by the late Keith Moon and John Entwistle, what is now effectively the Townshend-Daltrey Band wisely diverges from many of the Who's sonic trademarks on its first album in 24 years. While the Who's acoustic side has always been underappreciated, Townshend revels in it here, particularly on the rootsy "Two Thousand Years" and the stark "Man in a Purple Dress."