Live at Hull 1970

Live at Hull 1970

by The WhoThe Who


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The night after the Who recorded the performance that would become Live at Leeds, a document of the ferocity and raw energy they were applying to their stage show in 1970, they drove down to the neighboring town of Hull and gave a second concert for a considerably more subdued audience. Over the years since its release, Live at Leeds was recognized as the definitive moment of the Who coming into their own as a live performance machine, and has been revered as one of the top live recordings of its time, capturing the band at their most fiery peak. Most of the material on Live at Hull 1970 has been released commercially before as part of one of several expanded repackagings of Live at Leeds. The set lists for both shows were identical, with the only exception being Live at Leeds' transcendent encore of "Magic Bus" is missing here, with an equally jammy, 15-plus-minute "My Generation" filling the space. The second set from both nights found the band playing Tommy in its entirety.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/06/2012
Label: Geffen Records
UPC: 0602537113491
catalogNumber: 001769602
Rank: 49477

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Who   Primary Artist
Roger Daltrey   Tambourine,Vocals
Pete Townshend   Guitar,Vocals
Keith Moon   Drums,Vocals
John Entwistle   Bass,Vocals

Technical Credits

Johnny Kidd   Composer
Benny Spellman   Composer
Pete Townshend   Composer
Mose Allison   Composer
Keith Moon   Composer
Jerry Capehart   Composer
Bill Curbishley   Executive Producer
John Entwistle   Composer
Sonny Boy Williamson [II]   Composer
Bobby Pridden   Producer,Engineer
Robert Rosenberg   Executive Producer
Naomi Neville   Composer
Andy Neill   Liner Notes
Richard Evans   Art Direction
Matt Hay   Pro-Tools
Cochran   Composer

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