The live recording of the show at Leeds with the Who is as close to Rock and Roll perfection as it gets. The wall of sound generated by John "Thunderfingers" Entwistle, Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and the complete lunatic of a drummer Keith Moon is something that cannot be denied of its excellence or ever be duplicated by anyone that comes after this. Their musical talent shines though as the band is getting ready to play, by just plucking the bass strings from G -> E, a quick roll on the snare and with a simple "uoah" they start delivering this masterpiece. This is the Who at their absolute prime and you can feel it in every cell in your body The occasional banter with the crowd after some songs only adds to the overall score Best song: Magic Bus Worst song: Happy Jack
Naah, not for me mate. But understand why people might like it
Good, but at the same time nothing special. Flew by me and I thought most of the songs were quite similar Best song: Freedom! 90 Worst song: -
Too edgy for me, what happened to make it simple? Best song: I might be wrong Worst song: Pulk/Pull Revolving Doors
Great stuff! A perfect mix between Irish folk and punkish style Best song: Dirty old town Worst song: wildcats of Kilkenny
Good music, great atmosphere.