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Heaven And Hell - The Who - Live At Leeds (CD, Album)


Download Heaven And Hell - The Who - Live At Leeds (CD, Album)
1995
Label: MCA Records - MCAD11230,MCA Records - MCAD11215 • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition Oversized Packaging • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock


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9 thoughts on “ Heaven And Hell - The Who - Live At Leeds (CD, Album)

  1. Mugore
    Jun 23,  · The guy who remixed/remastered this album is a complete moron! It sounds nothing like the original 80's CD, nothing like the '95 remastered/expanded CD and nothing like the triple bootleg version, which happens to sound spectacular. The whole thing is smothered in watery noise reduction. There is no air around the instruments/5(57).
  2. Feshicage
    The Who Live At Leeds US CD album Go Unlimited The highlights of this album are many. "Heaven and Hell" starts the album off strongly, with Pete Townshend's power chords, John Entwistle's energetic bass-guitar arpeggios, and Keith Moon's wild drumming blending together perfectly. I like the slightly slowed-down version of "I Can't Explain /5().
  3. Tojagar
    The original Live At Leeds was release as Track on May 3, It reached #3 in the UK. It reached #3 in the UK. Released in the US as Decca DL on May 16, , it reached #/5(4).
  4. Kajigal
    Mar 29,  · this was a nice 25th ann edition of live at leeds released back in to mark the 25th ann of the release of this classic live lp, as stated the disc is expanded with a lot more tracks then the original release was as per but the real expansion would not come until /03 when they finally released the full show wich expands to a two disc set as tommy was done in full plus a lot of other /5(24).
  5. Mezuru
    Long considered one of the greatest live albums ever recorded, the Who's Live at Leeds was originally edited and packaged to resemble the haphazard state of early-'70s bootlegs, then expanded and sonically upgraded in the mids/5().
  6. Dira
    It was released simultaneously in the US on Decca (DL ), as a CD (MCA MCAD, MFSL UDCD ), as a remixed CD (MCA MCAD and a deluxe limited (and numbered) edition that included the paper inserts MCAD) in , and as a .
  7. Kaktilar
    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.
  8. Kagajar
    This truly showcases the improvisational nature of the Who: they basically had four soloists, each doing a two-hour improv at each and every show, and were the only band in the world who could make that enjoyable -- nay, thrilling. This is a great live album and I can easily understand why it is considered a classic/5().

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