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Who's Who - Live Near Leeds Album

Who's Who - Live Near Leeds Album
Performer: Who's Who
Title: Live Near Leeds
Label: Not On Label
Country: UK
Style: Classic Rock
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 023
Formats: Cassette, Album
FLAC size: 2919 mb
MP3 size: 2898 mb


1Love, Reign O'er Me
2I Can't Explain
3Pinball Wizard
6Squeeze Box
7My Generation


Live at Leeds is the first live album by English rock band The Who. It was recorded at the University of Leeds Refectory on 14 February 1970, and is their 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. The Who were looking for a way to follow up their 1969 album Tommy, and had recorded several shows on tours supporting that album, but didn't like the sound. Who's Who. Live Near Leeds. This video shows my UK pressing copy of the Who's Classic live album Live At Leeds. In this video, I show off the LP and ALL 12 inserts I have in Poll: The 10 Greatest Who Albums. Your picks include Live at Leeds, Tommy and Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy. Andy Greene. Most people listen to Who's Next and hear a near-perfect rock album. Songs like Behind Blue Eyes, Won't Get Fooled Again and Baba O'Riley are some of the most enduring songs in the Who's entire catalog and have been played millions of times on classic rock radio. The songs have also been at the center of nearly every Who concert over the past 40 years. The story of The Who's Live LP 'Live At Leeds'. With Contribution from Pete Townshend to the students, journalist and production engineer. The Who: Live At Leeds. 7 September 2018 . The Who's performance on this album is first rate. They never rocked harder. Moon's drumming and Entwhistle's bass drive Townshend to play some brilliant rock guitar. Soaring, intense guitar solos. Roger's singing is terrific. This has been one of my favorites for many years. listen and you'll hear why I LOVE this record Read more. Live at Leeds captures the power and dynamism of The Who at a high point in their career. Read more. 11 people found this helpful. VINE VOICE. Album 1970 33 Songs. Shortly after refining their sound on the rock opera Tommy, The Who went back to explosive basics on this live show. Part of the thrill comes from hearing the band rampage through its covers, including ripping hard rock takes on Mose Allison's Young Man Blues and Eddie Cochran's Summertime Blues. Substitute sounds even punkier than the original 1966 single had, and an extended My Generation gives Pete Townshend a chance to stretch out on guitar before Keith Moon and John Entwistle come crashing back in. Songs in album The Who - Live At Leeds 1970. The Who - Heaven And Hell. The 50 Greatest Live Albums Ever - 50 лучших концертных альбомов всех времен по версии Classic Rock. artmet23. Величайшая группа , которая не нуждается в комментариях. Live at Leeds: The Who's legendary gig remembered 50 years on. 14 February 2020. Image caption The Who were at the peak of their powers when they recorded the album in Leeds. On the 50th anniversary of a legendary gig by The Who, people who were there have been recalling how the band threw everything into it. The rock group played at the packed University of Leeds refectory on 14 February 1970 and recorded the gig. The record it spawned, Live at Leeds, is often cited as one of the best live rock albums of all time. Ed Anderson, a Who fan who was at the Valentine's Day concert, said: I remember it vividly. The band threw everything into it. Live At Leeds by The Who, released on 16 May 1970, entered the US chart on 30 May and rapidly became one of the definitive live albums in rock history. By the end of the 1960s, there was no doubting The Whos reputation as one of the greatest live rock bands in the world. They were also, of course, rapidly also becoming one of the most ambitious, with Pete Townshends Tommy opus establishing them as a major commercial force in the US. Soon after its release, the whole world saw the immense power of The Who on stage, via a certain phenomenon called Woodstock
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