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Title:
Live at Leeds
Performer:
The Who
Style:
Album Rock,Hard Rock,Rock & Roll,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Proto-Punk
Duration:
01:17:08
Released:
1970
Location:
Leeds University
FLAC album size:
1199 mb
MP3 album size:
1982 mb
Other formats:
AU VOC MP2 MIDI AHX VQF
Genre:
Rating:
4.9

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.

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Released in the US as Decca DL 79175 on May16, 1970. Recorded at Leeds University on February 14 1970 on Pye Mobile. First release of complete concert recording.

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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"). 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.

Foghat - Live 71. Marvin Gaye - Live At The London Palladium 72. Talking Heads - The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads 73. King Curtis - Live At Fillmore West 74. Lou Reed - Rock 'n' Roll Animal 75. Stevie Wonder -Little Stevie Wonder/The 12 Year Old Genius 76. Jeff Buckley - Live At L'Olympia 77. James Brown - Love, Power, Peace: Live At The Olympia, Paris, 1971. The Who - BBC Sessions 12. Elvis Presley - Louisiana Hayride (The Beginning Years 1954-1956) 13. Bob Marley - Talkin' Blues 14. Pat Travers - King Biscuit Flower Hour 15. Alicia Keys - Unplugged 16. The Supremes & The Temptations - TCB 17. Jimi Hendrix Experience - Radio One 18.

The Who, ‘Live at Leeds’. Faced with the task of following up Tommy, the Who just cranked up their amps and blasted. There's no finesse, just the pure power of a band able to play as loud as it wants. When the Who blew up Eddie Cochran's "Summertime Blues" to Godzilla-like proportions, they invented Seventies arena rock. A double live LP, cut largely in Detroit (plus studio overdubs), Alive! was Kiss' breakthrough, with hot versions of "Strutter" and "Rock and Roll All Nite. I really enjoy myself onstage: prancing around, shaking my ass," said singer Paul Stanley. I am entertaining myself up there.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Heaven and Hell John Entwistle The Who 4:50
2 I Can't Explain Pete Townshend The Who 2:59
3 Fortune Teller Naomi Neville The Who 2:35
4 Tattoo Pete Townshend The Who 3:42
5 Young Man Blues Mose Allison The Who 5:52
6 Substitute Pete Townshend The Who 2:07
7 Happy Jack Pete Townshend The Who 2:14
8 I'm a Boy Pete Townshend The Who 4:42
9 A Quick One, While He's Away Pete Townshend The Who 8:41
10 Amazing Journey/Sparks Pete Townshend The Who 7:55
11 Summertime Blues Jerry Capehart / Eddie Cochran The Who 3:22
12 Shakin' All Over Johnny Kidd The Who 4:34
13 My Generation Roger Daltrey / John Entwistle / Keith Moon / Fleming & Townsend / Pete Townshend The Who 15:47
14 Magic Bus Pete Townshend The Who 7:48

Credits

Mose Allison - Composer
Jon Astley - Producer, Remastering, Remixing
Jerry Capehart - Composer
Chris Charlesworth - Executive Producer, Liner Notes
Eddie Cochran - Composer
Bill Curbishley - Executive Producer
Roger Daltrey - Composer, Harmonica, Producer, Vocals
John Entwistle - Composer, Guitar (Bass), Producer, Vocals
Richard Evans - Art Direction, Design
Fleming & Townsend - Composer
Johnny Kidd - Composer
Andy MacPherson - Remastering, Remixing
Keith Moon - Composer, Drums, Producer
Naomi Neville - Composer
Robert Rosenberg - Executive Producer
Pete Townshend - Composer, Guitar, Producer, Vocals
Vartan - Creative Director
The Who - Engineer, Primary Artist
Tim Young - Mastering
Reviews:
  • SlingFire
One of the best live rock albums of all time. Period!
  • lets go baby
This is, quite simply, a textbook example on how to do a live album right. The few sonic glitches just gives the music character. There's just one flaw (on the original vinyl): it's too short!
  • Nuadabandis
Live At Leeds is one of the greatest live albums of all time, which is especially remarkable given that it's often said that the concert that the material's derived from came at a time, toward the end of a long tour, when the band was depleted, and thus lacks the energy and enthusiasm that characterized their earlier shows. Whether this is true or not is irrelevant as Live At Leeds remains a brilliant album, featuring an incredible level of excitement and a set list that's devoid of filler. Townshend's solos are terrific and the band members gel together perfectly whenever he leads them into another jam, making for one of the most purely enjoyable rock experiences available.
  • Chinon
The best Who album...THIS IS The Who...fantastic record
  • Stoneshaper
One of the best live albums in rock story. It floods energy and horny, beyond the marvelous rhythm section.
  • Gann
I often thought that if I met an alien from another galaxy and he asked me what was Rock N. Roll I would play him this album! The greatest live rock album of all time!
  • ACOS
Before anyone argues, everything I am about to say is only my opinion. I can clearly see why this album is cobstantly given full marks. I am a massive fan of the who and almostthal of their albums however I hate how how highly rated this live album is. And that's all due to 1 song: Summertime Blues. The song itself is great and Bruce Springsteen's rendition is incredible but daltrey just whines along to it and for me that slightly lowers the quality of this album. Finally it is definitely not the best live album ever or even the best rock album ever as I can think of many that are much better.
  • Todal
In my opinion The best live album EVER ! What more can you say
  • Mbon
Rock n Roll ao extremo, visceral, cru, ensurdecedor, apresentação fantástica, The Who detonando em seu alto nível ao vivo!