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Fiddle About - The Who - Live At Leeds (CD, Album)

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  1. Live at Leeds, an Album by The Who. Released in on Polydor (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Hard Rock, Rock.
  2. Zadní strana CD obalu k albu Live At Leeds [Deluxe Edition] ve formátu PDF. Pokud si toto album vypálíte jako Audio CD, můžete tento dokument vytisknout a vložit do zadní strany krabičky. Digitální booklet k albu Live At Leeds [Deluxe Edition] ve formátu PDF o velikosti A4.
  3. Live At Leeds was no exception, recorded on a mobile unit placed in the kitchen of the university refectory. But the results – crackling noises and all – were enough for pop culture writer Nik Cohn to describe Live At Leeds in his New York Times column as “the best live rock album ever made.”.
  4. Fiddle About (Live) Fiddle About (Live) Listen Now $ 5. Tommy Can You Hear Me? (Live) as good as the Leeds album is this Isle of Wright performance is so much better its amazing. The energy level the band performs at is double the Leeds concert, the song selection is more complete and unified (the selections from Tommy are much /5().
  5. The Who. Live on stage. Rock 'n' roll was never better. Now, more than 30 years after its original release, The Who's Live at Leeds returns in a special Deluxe Edition that includes for the first time their entire February 14, concert at Leeds University. This two-CD set expands the original six-selection album and the double-CD remaster to finally include all of the band's.
  6. CD ( Box Set) Comments: This set comes with a remastered version of the "Deluxe Edition" (different mastering than above) as well as a 2 CD first time release of The Who live at Hull (February 15, - the day after "Live At Leeds"). This set features a similar track listing as "Live At Leeds".
  7. Live At Leeds was the ultimate confirmation of The Who’s sheer ferocity as a live rock act without equal. Whereas the band's studio recordings up to then had only teasingly hinted at the all-out barrage of the senses that a live gig produced, Live At Leeds removed all doubt.
  8. Rushed out in as a way to bide time as the Who toiled away on their follow-up to Tommy, Live at Leeds wasn't intended to be the definitive Who live album, and many collectors maintain that the band had better shows available on bootlegs. But those shows weren't easily available whereas Live at Leeds was, and even if this show may not have been the absolute best, it's so damn close to it.
  9. Several live recordings of Tommy from the Who's –70 tours have been released. A complete performance is available on the Deluxe Edition of the live album Live at Leeds, recorded on 14 February The second Isle of Wight performance is available on Live at the Isle of Wight Festival , released in

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