Live at Hull 1970 is a live album from the English rock band The Who. Their performance at Hull City Hall was recorded with the Pye Mobile Unit by Bob Pridden on 15 February 1970. In a few songs the bass guitar sound was either badly recorded or lost due to technical problems. For these songs, the bass guitar track from the previous night's Live at Leeds performance was matched to the Hull performance, allowing the show to be presented in full.
Complete your The Who collection. this is as good as live at leeds as for the past 45 years the live at leeds we know was actually recorded not well and it was from THIS SHOW that the bass tracks where lifted for the live at leeds album, this show took place in february 1970 the same week as the leeds show did and this show is just
Live at Leeds is the first live album by the English rock band The Who. It was recorded at the University Refectory, University of Leeds on 14 February 1970, and is the only live album that was released while the group were still actively recording and performing with their best known line-up of Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle and Keith Moon.
Live at Hull is a live album from the English rock band The Who. In a few songs the bass guitar sound was either badly recorded or lost Contents. Original recording produced by The Who at Hull City Hall on 15 February 1970. Recorded on the Pye Mobile. So the tapes where left to gather dust for years.
The Who play at City Hall, Hull. The concert is eventually released on disc in 2010 as part of the Live at Leeds box set and as a stand-alone album in 2012, The Who Live at Hull 1970. 20 March 20. ‘The Seeker’ released. It reaches number 19 in the UK charts. May. Live At Leeds released in a plain buff sleeve as an antidote to the elaborate packaging of Tommy. Still widely regarded as one of the finest ever live rock albums, it reaches number three in the UK and number four in the US. 7 June 7. The Who play two shows of Tommy at the New York Metropolitan Opera House.
Live at Hull 1970 is a live album from the English rock band The Who Their performance at Hull City Hall was recorded with the Pye Mobile Unit by Bob Pridd. "LIVE AT HULL RELEASED TODAY ON CD IN THE US" TheWhocom.
Live At Hull is indeed another welcome and great Who live album sharing most of the characteristics of the Leeds show, the set list is virtually the same, though we get no Magic Bus which was a Leeds highlight. However I beg to differ on which was the best show as to my ears Leeds is still superior in a number of respects. However, much of the rest of the album including the full disc of Tommy is on par with Leeds, though rarely better. Perhaps my rose tinted spectacles are playing a part here as the tracks I've singled out as inferior all featured on the original single LP of the Live At Leeds album before it got expanded in the Cd era, a record that played a big part in my youth and one I knew every last note of.