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Who — Live At Leeds (Deluxe Ed. 3-LP)

Regular price $48.95

Triple Gatefold w/Black OBI, Half-speed Mastered at Abbey Road Studios


Hands down the greatest live record ever, Live At Leeds captures The Who at the absolute height of their live performance heyday — high energy, tight playing and a mountain of sound. This deluxe edition 3-LP set captures it all as it went down at Leeds University on Valentine’s Day, 1970 — 33 tracks in the order they were played.

Label: Polydor

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  1. <h5>Crackling Noises Ok – Do Not Correct</h5><br><em>Live At Leeds</em> finally captured The Who in all their explosive on-stage glory. The set features three distinct sections — a batch of old Who favorites and new songs, a complete rendition of <em>Tommy</em>, and a raging wrap-up comprised of four extended encores.<br>This recording is as raw as it gets, leading to the famous “Crackling Noises Ok – Do Not Correct” statement on the record label.<br><strong>Side 1:</strong><br>1. Heaven And Hell<br>2. I Can't Explain<br>3. Fortune Teller<br>4. Tattoo<br>5. Young Man Blues<br>6. Substitute<br><strong>Side 2:</strong><br>7. Happy Jack<br>8. I'm A Boy<br>9. A Quick One, While He's Away<br>10. Overture<br>11. It's A Boy<br><strong>Side 3:</strong><br>12. 1921<br>13. Amazing Journey<br>14. Sparks<br>15. Eyesight To The Blind (The Hawker)<br>16. Christmas<br>17. The Acid Queen<br><strong>Side 4:</strong><br>18. Pinball Wizard<br>19. Do You Think It's Alright?<br>20. Fiddle About<br>21. Tommy Can You Hear Me?<br>22. There's A Doctor<br>23. Go To The Mirror<br>24. Smash The Mirror!<br>25. Miracle Cure<br>26. Sally Simpson<br>27. I'm Free<br>28. Tommy's Holiday Camp<br><strong>Side 5:</strong><br>29. We're Not Gonna Take It<br>30. Summertime Blues<br>31. Shakin' All Over<br><strong>Side 6:</strong><br>32. My Generation<br>33. Magic Bus<br>The band brought enough equipment to blow the walls off the 2,000-capacity Leeds refectory, with Townshend playing through a bank of four 4 x 12 cabinets topped with two 100 watt Hiwatt amplifiers, and a PA system that was blasting out 2,000 watts. You can get a taste of the sonic mayhem with this cut of <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmfQQC1bsf4">Magic Bus</a>, live from Leeds.<br>We’ve also got another momentous Who album, <a href="https://www.deafmanvinyl.com/?s=the+who"><em>Who’s Nex</em>t</a> — priced to sell at just $19.95.