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1921 - The Who - Live At Hull 1970

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The night after the Who recorded the performance that would become Live at Leedsa document of the ferocity and raw energy they were applying to their stage show inthey 1921 - The Who - Live At Hull 1970 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 Superstar - Maeceam - Maeceam 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 has been released commercially before as part of one of the countless, expanded repackagings of Live at Leeds. Standing on its own, the set is a bit of a redundant curiosity more than an essential part of the band's discography. The set lists for both shows are identical, with the only exception being Live at Leeds ' transcendent encore of "Magic Bus" is missing here, with an equally jammy, plus-minute "My Generation" filling the space.

The second set of both nights found the band playing Tommy in its entirety. While Who aficionados could debate the finer points of the two gigs, casual listeners will have a hard time differentiating between the performances. Many of the differences come in the technicalities of the recordings, which are both raw, on-site, multi-track recordings with the Live at Hull recordings suffering initially from so many pops, glitches, and even instrumental dropouts that the reels were shelved for decades.

Digital editing cleaned up the most blaring errors of the set, but it remains a "warts-and-all" sort of experience. Live at Hull is every bit as charged and volcanic as Live at Leedsand the moments of shaky fidelity just add to the rough, exciting sound and feel of the album.

While either set would stand well on its own without the other, the some years that made Live at Leeds a near-legendary album negate some of the power of the recordings made the next night.

Live at Hull is great and powerful, but gratingly inconsequential when held up against its predecessor. As a testament to the interchangeability of the two nights, it can be noted that the bass wasn't recorded on the first four songs on Hull 's original reels. For this reissue, bass tracks from the night before were edited and manipulated 1921 - The Who - Live At Hull 1970 a passable degree, almost as if to suggest the two sets were more or less identical.

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    Gunris 05.11.2019
    Nov 07,  · After a night in Leeds on 14 February The Who loaded up into the van and traveled 50 miles south to the port of Hull for the next night of performance fury. Kit Lambert was recording both the Leeds and Hull shows for a proposed live album that Who fans had been waiting for many a moon already/5(83).
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    Arashijind 10.11.2019
    Live at Hull 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 [3] on 15 February [4] In a few songs the bass guitar sound was either badly recorded or lost due to technical frostseekerbearonanaralore.infoinfo: Rock.
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    Dogal 13.11.2019
    Summary and Other Comments: (This CD was previously issued with the "Live At Leeds" Super Deluxe Edition Box Set). "Hull" (February 15, ) was recorded the day after Live At Leeds (February 14,). So it's fair to say the (2) two albums will invite comparison and scrutiny between them.
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    Malarn 08.11.2019
    Most of the material on Live at Hull has been released commercially before as part of one of the countless, expanded repackagings of Live at Leeds. Standing on its own, the set is a bit of a redundant curiosity more than an essential part of the band's discography.5/
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    Kazigore 08.11.2019
    Buy: Live At Hull Recorded at City Hall, Hull on February 15, – the day after the recording of the concert in the refectory at Leeds University which produced the venerable album Live at Leeds. Long considered by many to be an even better show than Leeds, the Hull tapes remained unreleased, hidden in The Who’s sound archive.
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