The Who – Live at Leeds / 1970

the who live at leeds

Considered one of rock’s most iconic “live” albums for the past 40 years

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There are only a handful of genuinely seminal albums, but The Who’s Live At Leeds is undoubtedly one. Recorded in the comparatively intimate environs of the University Refectory, Leeds, in February 1970, the two-hour-plus show was heavily truncated and clocked in at a mere 38 minutes upon it’s release as an album later the same year. Despite this, the album’s six tracks showcased the thermonuclear dynamics that established The Who as the best live rock band in the world.

 

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