The drumming on both 'Choirboy (Empty Glass)' and 'My Wife' (@ Kilburn) is abominable---and that's coming from somebody who loves Keith's playing dearly. 'In a Hand or a Face' is Moon By Numbers, meaning it's pretty much a self-parody. Keith used to seize moments; here he merely reacts to them, a step behind. I think his playing on 'Dreaming from the Waist' is inspired and thrilling, though I don't like the way his drums sound on that record at all. 'However Much I Booze' and 'How Many Friends' are spirited, soulful performances, doubtless a result of the subject matter's direct strike amidships---Townshend may have just as easily been writing about Keith as himself. Who Are You continues the pattern of reacting to the music instead of directing where it will go. The fills feel gratuitous and slovenly---and Keith's fills always meant something in the old days; there was always a purpose to them.