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The Who - Live At Leeds (2nd Hand CD)

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The Who - Live At Leeds (25th Anniversary Edition 1995 UK digitally remastered 14-track CD recorded at Leeds University February 14th 1970 containing 77 minutes of the legendary concert & complete with a 24-page booklet).

Featured Music . . . The Who

Details
  • Format : Standard 2nd Hand Compact Disc.
  • Condition : Very Good
  • Category : Music - CD's / Rock
  • Released : 1970 (This Re-Issue 1995 - Polydor)
  • Label / Number : Polydor / 527 169-2 / 731452716927
  • SKU : CD000122
  • PPC : LL90gm
  • Quantity Available : 1 only.
Tracklist

1. "Heaven and Hell" (John Entwistle) 4:49
2. "I Can't Explain" 2:58
3. "Fortune Teller" (Naomi Neville) 2:34
4. "Tattoo" 3:42
5. "Young Man Blues" (Mose Allison) 5:51
6. "Substitute" 2:07
7. "Happy Jack" 2:13
8. "I'm a Boy" 4:41
9. "A Quick One, While He's Away" 8:41
10. "Amazing Journey/Sparks" 7:54
11. "Summertime Blues" (Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart) 3:22
12. "Shakin' All Over" (Johnny Kidd) 4:34
13. "My Generation" 15:46
14. "Magic Bus"

External Reviews

"Anyone who owned the vinyl copy of Live at Leeds will barely recognise its digitised namesake. While the 1970 record offered a mere six selections, the 1995 CD reissue is fleshed out with a full 14 tracks. Revelling in the augmented Leeds prompts one to wonder why in the name of "Heaven and Hell" they didn't put out a double record in the first place. No matter. This Live at Leeds is actually superior to its revered predecessor. The Who are at their Maximum R&B peak here, bringing an almost proto-metal aggression to supercharged covers of "Young Man Blues", "Summertime Blues", and "Shakin' All Over" (all from the original record) and treating fans to originals familiar ("I Can't Explain", "My Generation", "Magic Bus") and less known ("Heaven and Hell", "Tattoo", "A Quick One"). An improved-upon classic."Steven Stolder.

"There are only a handful of genuinely seminal live albums, but The Who's Live at Leeds is undoubtedly one." - Rough Trade.