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.
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.
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Wh. Live At Leeds (Cass, Album, Als). The Who. Live At Leeds (Cass, Album, Pap). 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.
Live At Leeds-NM- vinyl and jacket. Face Dances-VG++ vinyl, NM- jacket. The Who - Live At Leeds. The Who Live At Leeds LP 1980 MCA Reissue Vinyl Record.
Sleeve design by Graphreaks. The original album consisted of just six tracks. The first upgrade, the 1995 CD version of Live at Leeds consisted of 14 tracks.
Live At Leeds is a music live recording by THE WHO (ve Rock) released in 1970 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. No release results - showing artist results instead. Woodstock Festival 1969 LEFT FIELD MEDIA 2019.
To promote the album in 1969, The Who had gone on an extended world tour and decided to record the shows for a live album. When they got back, the band’s sound man Bob Pridden waded through the tapes for three weeks and reported back that they were all good. He didn’t know where to start. Bassist John Entwistle had tired of what he saw the band becoming. In the book The Complete Chronicle Of The Who, Entwistle is quoted: We were better known for doing Tommy than we were for all the rest of the stuff. I mean, all the guitar smashing and stuff went completely out of the window. We’d turned into snob rock. We were the kind of band that Jackie Onassis would come and see. Live At Leeds had no artsy concept. It came in a brown card sleeve had three cover versions and several lengthy jams. Its statement, if there was one, was about the sheer power and energy of rock music.
Here, the Who sound vicious - as heavy as Led Zeppelin but twice as volatile - as they careen through early classics with.
This second show differs wildly from Leeds (complete with glaring miscues and errors if you're paying attention), showing all the material in a brand-new (well, 42-year-old) light. This truly showcases the improvisational nature of the Who: they basically had four soloists, each doing a two-hour improv at each and every show, and were the only band in the world who could make that enjoyable - nay, thrilling. Expanded to 14 songs from the original six, The Who's "Live at Leeds" is a great album made even greater. It has been 40 years since The Who played their concert at the Refectory of the University of Leeds on Saint Valentine's Day 1970, but this album is better than ever. This album is loaded with energy; if the band members' soaring harmonies are not always absolutely perfect, well, it's a live album, and it shouldn't be perfect. The highlights of this album are many.
|1-1||Heaven And Hell|
|1-2||I Can't Explain|
|1-5||Young Man Blues|
|1-8||I'm A Boy|
|1-9||A Quick One, While He's Away|
|1-11||It's A Boy|
|1-15||The Hawker (Eyesight To The Blind)|
|1-17||The Acid Queen|
|2-1||Do You Think It's Alright|
|2-3||Tommy Can You Hear Me?|
|2-4||There's A Doctor|
|2-5||Go To The Mirror!|
|2-9||Tommy's Holiday Camp|
|2-10||We're Not Going To Take It|
|2-12||Shakin' All Over (With Spoonful)|
NotesLive at Leeds February 14, 1970
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): MD61521 601993X
- Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L602
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): MD61522 601997X
- Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L602
|MD-61521/2||The Who||Live At Leeds Complete (2xCD, RE, Unofficial)||Midas Touch||MD-61521/2||Japan||Unknown|
|No Cat No||The Who||Complete Live At Leeds-Repitched Version CD-R (2xCDr, Unofficial)||Not On Label||No Cat No||Japan||Unknown|