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Live at Leeds is the first live album by the English rock band The Who. It was the only live album that was released while the group were still actively.
I didn't see the full album on here so here it is. I'll probably be putting annotations up so you can skip straight to Tommy.
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Live at Leeds is the first live album by the English rock band The Who. It was recorded at the University Refectory, University of Leeds on 14 February 1970, and is the only live album that was released while the group were still actively recording and performing with their best known line-up of Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle and Keith Moon.
It was the only live album that was released while the group were still actively recording and perform. 3LP Vinyl Record Set. The Who - Live At Leeds Expanded (Half-Speed Master). Back To Black half-speed mastering reissue feature the full show (original release was cut to a single LP). Audiophile 180g. LABEL:Midas Touch (2) – MD-61521/2. Title: the who live at leeds complete. Live at Leeds February 14, 1970.
The Who. Released 1970. Live at Leeds Tracklist.
Live at Leeds è un album dal vivo del gruppo rock inglese The Who, pubblicato nel 1970. Da alcuni considerato il miglior album live della storia. La rivista Rolling Stone l'ha inserito al 170º posto della sua lista dei 500 migliori album. Young Man Blues (Allison) - 4:45. Substitute (Townshend) - 2:05. Summertime Blues (Capeheart, Cochran) - 3:22. Shakin' All Over (Frederick Heath alias Johnny Kidd) - 4:15. My Generation (Townshend) - 14:27. Magic Bus (Townshend) - 7:30.
Here, the Who sound vicious - as heavy as Led Zeppelin but twice as volatile - as they careen through early classics with.
The Who were in New York and nearing the end of a gruelling tour on April 4, 1968, the day that Dr Martin Luther King was assassinated. America was already a country divided; Anti-Vietnam demonstrations, civil rights disturbances and militant student activism. With this turmoil as a backdrop on Friday and Saturday, April 5 and 6, 1968 The Who performed two incendiary live sets at Bill Graham’s legendary Fillmore East on the lower East Side of Manhattan. The show is regarded by fans as something of the ‘holy grail’ of Who live shows equalling the legendary Live At Leeds album. The tapes have been meticulously remastered for optimum sound quality and will only serve to enhance The Who’s reputation as the best live act of the time. The 3LP set include three Eddie Cochran numbers; ‘My Way’, ‘Summertime Blues’ and the never before released Who version of ‘C’mon Everybody’.
They did a gig at a college in England, recorded it, dug it, and came up with The Who Live At Leeds. Peter Townshend, who is the best critic of rock and roll in the world (his two interviews in Rolling Stone, at any rate, are the most brilliant and provocative dissertations on what rock and roll is, how it works, and what it’s for that I’ve ever read), packaged the record in such a way as to heighten its function.