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Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Rollin' Stoner ()
Date: July 26, 2022 20:32

no physical release?...why not?... an lp and cd release with the five 1971 Roundhouse tracks as bonus material

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: drwatts ()
Date: July 26, 2022 21:27

Or better yet, the whole Roundhouse show!hot smiley

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: UrbanSteel ()
Date: July 26, 2022 21:34

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Rollin' Stoner
no physical release?...why not?... an lp and cd release with the five 1971 Roundhouse tracks as bonus material

Check your Sticky Fingers SuperDeLuxe Box. winking smiley

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Fernandobsas ()
Date: July 26, 2022 21:42

Just a question ? the tracks from Leeds 1971 on the Sticky Fingers deluxe edition are the same from the "Get your Leeds lungs out" bootleg ? It is the same concert ?

Bye
Fernando

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: hockenheim95 ()
Date: July 26, 2022 21:54

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Fernandobsas
Just a question ? the tracks from Leeds 1971 on the Sticky Fingers deluxe edition are the same from the "Get your Leeds lungs out" bootleg ? It is the same concert ?

Bye
Fernando

Two additional Tracks (JJF and Live with me) but same show!

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: soundboard ()
Date: July 26, 2022 21:57

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hockenheim95
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Fernandobsas
Just a question ? the tracks from Leeds 1971 on the Sticky Fingers deluxe edition are the same from the "Get your Leeds lungs out" bootleg ? It is the same concert ?

Bye
Fernando

Two additional Tracks (JJF and Live with me) but same show!

And it is in Stereo (the boot is mono)

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Rollin' Stoner ()
Date: July 26, 2022 22:12

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drwatts
Or better yet, the whole Roundhouse show!hot smiley
absolutely!...where's the rest of the show?

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: umakmehrd ()
Date: July 26, 2022 22:29

Lets face it there really is only one "Live at Leeds"

The Who 1970 wicked live release....

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: hockenheim95 ()
Date: July 26, 2022 22:34

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umakmehrd
Lets face it there really is only one "Live at Leeds"

The Who 1970 wicked live release....

I'm 34 so I never heard the original one. I am used to the 1CD and 2CD versions and I would miss the songs not available in the original LP!

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Paddy ()
Date: July 26, 2022 22:54

I got a little (lot) baked last Thursday night and listened to this in full (the fingers release) Wyman really stood out for some reason. He’s a little acknowledged part of the what powered the band back then. His bass is just throbbing along in the same spot each song, somewhere in a pocket that’s not exactly with Charlie and not exactly with Keith. Somehow he gave the songs a pulse more than a beat. Charlie obviously was half of the heartbeat, but him and Wyman are on the money at this gig.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Taylor1 ()
Date: July 26, 2022 22:58

London Roundhouse was a better show. They should release that in it's entirety.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: bobo ()
Date: July 26, 2022 22:59

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umakmehrd
Lets face it there really is only one "Live at Leeds"

The Who 1970 wicked live release....

Overrated.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: The GR ()
Date: July 26, 2022 23:20

I'd love to hear one, both or a compilation from the two Liverpool shows recorded on th e1971 tour.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Date: July 26, 2022 23:56

its not overrated. Live at Leeds is considered one of the best live albums.

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bobo
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umakmehrd
Lets face it there really is only one "Live at Leeds"

The Who 1970 wicked live release....

Overrated.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: umakmehrd ()
Date: July 27, 2022 00:02

Have pity on the young man
They ain't got nothin' in the world these days, I said
They ain't got nothin'!
They got sweet @#$%&-all!

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Paddy ()
Date: July 27, 2022 01:12

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umakmehrd
Have pity on the young man
They ain't got nothin' in the world these days, I said
They ain't got nothin'!
They got sweet @#$%&-all!

Who’s version would The Who have heard before covering this?

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Happy Jack ()
Date: July 27, 2022 01:30

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Paddy
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umakmehrd
Have pity on the young man
They ain't got nothin' in the world these days, I said
They ain't got nothin'!
They got sweet @#$%&-all!

Who’s version would The Who have heard before covering this?

Mose Alison's original.

There is a boot of The Who doing this song in a fashion closer to Alison's from 1964. They revived it in late 68 closer to its Leeds form.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: umakmehrd ()
Date: July 27, 2022 01:31

That's a good question I have no idea must have been from the orignal, dont really see a lot of cover's of it before 1970

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Paddy ()
Date: July 27, 2022 01:34

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umakmehrd
That's a good question I have no idea must have been from the orignal, dont really see a lot of cover's of it before 1970

Pete must have just taken the piano parts and played them on guitar in that case?

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Iggyrichards ()
Date: July 27, 2022 01:55

The Who live at Leeds is anything but overrated

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Paddy ()
Date: July 27, 2022 04:30

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Iggyrichards
The Who live at Leeds is anything but overrated

A band at the peak. Moon just kicked that band along brilliantly. How he would play off all 3 of the members was something unique, at times it was Rogers vocal he followed, others it was Townshends Guitar and other times he would follow John, and on that album he does it all in the same song most songs. A sympathetic musician for sure.

Live at Leeds is one of the great live albums.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: bobo ()
Date: July 27, 2022 09:36

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georgemcdonnell314
its not overrated. Live at Leeds is considered one of the best live albums.

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bobo
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umakmehrd
Lets face it there really is only one "Live at Leeds"

The Who 1970 wicked live release....

Overrated.

To me it is overrated, but so is also The Who.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: ab ()
Date: July 27, 2022 10:10

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bobo
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georgemcdonnell314
its not overrated. Live at Leeds is considered one of the best live albums.

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bobo
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umakmehrd
Lets face it there really is only one "Live at Leeds"

The Who 1970 wicked live release....

Overrated.

To me it is overrated, but so is also The Who.
Your loss, your problem.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Paddy ()
Date: July 27, 2022 10:14

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bobo
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georgemcdonnell314
its not overrated. Live at Leeds is considered one of the best live albums.

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bobo
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umakmehrd
Lets face it there really is only one "Live at Leeds"

The Who 1970 wicked live release....

Overrated.

To me it is overrated, but so is also The Who.

To quote Noel Gallagher “you look at the who and everyone’s playing lead, lead bass playing, lead drumming, and a lead guitarist. The best Who is live who for me.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: DrPete ()
Date: July 27, 2022 20:28

I have to think Roundhouse tapes have to be damaged or missing and they only had what they released in great quality. It makes no sense otherwise

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: bobo ()
Date: July 27, 2022 20:47

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ab
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bobo
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georgemcdonnell314
its not overrated. Live at Leeds is considered one of the best live albums.

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bobo
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umakmehrd
Lets face it there really is only one "Live at Leeds"

The Who 1970 wicked live release....

Overrated.
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To me it is overrated, but so is also The Who.
Your loss, your problem.

No loss and deffently no problem.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: 24FPS ()
Date: July 27, 2022 22:14

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Paddy
I got a little (lot) baked last Thursday night and listened to this in full (the fingers release) Wyman really stood out for some reason. He’s a little acknowledged part of the what powered the band back then. His bass is just throbbing along in the same spot each song, somewhere in a pocket that’s not exactly with Charlie and not exactly with Keith. Somehow he gave the songs a pulse more than a beat. Charlie obviously was half of the heartbeat, but him and Wyman are on the money at this gig.

If you're talking about the studio version of Sticky Fingers, it's the only latter day Stones record where Bill is on every track. It helps make the album perhaps their highest regarded recording. He really powers Bitch.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Paddy ()
Date: July 28, 2022 09:22

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24FPS
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Paddy
I got a little (lot) baked last Thursday night and listened to this in full (the fingers release) Wyman really stood out for some reason. He’s a little acknowledged part of the what powered the band back then. His bass is just throbbing along in the same spot each song, somewhere in a pocket that’s not exactly with Charlie and not exactly with Keith. Somehow he gave the songs a pulse more than a beat. Charlie obviously was half of the heartbeat, but him and Wyman are on the money at this gig.

If you're talking about the studio version of Sticky Fingers, it's the only latter day Stones record where Bill is on every track. It helps make the album perhaps their highest regarded recording. He really powers Bitch.

I was referring to the Live at Leeds release on the Fingers Deluxe, apologies.
But you’re spot on with the comments re the record. Bill gave Bitch that bit of raunchy cheeky pulse.

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: retired_dog ()
Date: July 28, 2022 11:31

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DrPete
I have to think Roundhouse tapes have to be damaged or missing and they only had what they released in great quality. It makes no sense otherwise

I fear that this could indeed be the case, but who knows? It also could have been just a teaser and one day, out of the blue, we will get the complete show "from long thought lost and only recently rediscovered tapes" (usual record industry promo blah!)...

...just hope the timespan will be shorter than between the release of "Love You Live" and the entire "Live At The El Mocambo 1977"!

Re: Live at Leeds 1971
Posted by: Brown Moses ()
Date: July 28, 2022 11:57

I wish they'd release all the professionally recorded stuff from 71.


BTW.......talking of The Who,the following night's show at Hull is better.

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