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Live At Hull 1970


Download links and information about Live At Hull 1970 by The Who. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Psychedelic genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 01:51:30 minutes.

Artist: The Who
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Psychedelic
Tracks: 32
Duration: 01:51:30
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No. Title Length
1. Heaven and Hell (Live) 4:04
2. I Can't Explain (Live) 2:50
3. Fortune Teller (Live) 2:35
4. Tattoo (Live) 3:01
5. Young Man Blues (Live) 5:41
6. Substitute (Live) 2:07
7. Happy Jack (Live) 2:12
8. I'm a Boy (Live) 2:47
9. A Quick One, While He's Away (Live) 9:50
10. Summertime Blues (Live) 3:42
11. Shakin' All Over (Live) 5:08
12. My Generation (Live) 15:57
13. Overture (Live) 5:30
14. It's a Boy (Live) 0:43
15. 1921 (Live) 2:28
16. Amazing Journey (Live) 3:18
17. Sparks (Live) 4:14
18. Eyesight to the Blind (The Hawker) [Live] 1:56
19. Christmas (Live) 3:18
20. The Acid Queen (Live) 3:33
21. Pinball Wizard (Live) 2:47
22. Do You Think It's Alright? (Live) 0:22
23. Fiddle About (Live) 1:14
24. Tommy, Can You Hear Me? (Live) 0:56
25. There's a Doctor (Live) 0:22
26. Go to the Mirror! (Live) 3:32
27. Smash the Mirror (Live) 1:22
28. Miracle Cure (Live) 0:12
29. Sally Simpson (Live) 4:08
30. I'm Free (Live) 2:24
31. Tommy's Holiday Camp (Live) 0:59
32. We're Not Gonna Take It (Live) 8:18



Live at Leeds is rightfully considered one of the greatest concert albums of all time, and it brought the record-buying public a version of The Who that had previously never been caught on record. The set's thunderous anarchy and the explosive energy from each member established The Who as a band ready for the '70s. The 40th-anniversary edition of Leeds included this show from Hull City Hall, recorded two days later. The concerts are nearly identical in terms of setlists (at Hull, The Who doesn't include "Magic Bus"), with the second set of the night being a full-on performance of Tommy. The energy, however, is different. Hull has a slightly more subdued vibe and a few technical glitches, which have been repaired acceptably. Fact is, these are phenomenal performances from a first-rate rock 'n' roll band in its prime. Fans with a serious interest in the music should immerse themselves in the beauty of Keith Moon's singular approach to drumming, Pete Townshend's blistering guitar work, Roger Daltrey's guttural howls, and John Entwistle's lyrical bass lines. This was a band in the true sense of the word.