Live at Hull 1970
After the enthusiastic reception that met The Who in Leeds on February 14, 1970, the band drove the 50 miles southeast to the North Sea port of Hull for the following evenings show. LIVE AT HULL is a warts-and-all document that strange popping sound noticeable at times is the sound of Keith Moons frenzied drumstick attack making contact with the overhead mic. There is the odd botched cue and at one point during "Tommy" Pete gets crackling interference from his guitar amp. But after four decades of being neglected it's a document to savor, capturing The Who at their performing pinnacle and is presented here near enough to complete for the first time ever.
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