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 Post subject: Re: The Who - Live at Leeds
PostPosted: Aug Sun 13, 2017 4:34 am 
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PJ WALTERS wrote:
Not a big Who fan, but Happy Jack is a damn good tune!

It sure is!!


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 Post subject: Re: The Who - Live at Leeds
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We made a last minute decision, booked cheap flights, and flew out to Vegas to see The Who at Caesars Palace coliseum. Our cheap seats were upgraded to floor seats and it was a fantastic show!

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 Post subject: Re: The Who - Live at Leeds
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Eliot Ness wrote:
We made a last minute decision, booked cheap flights, and flew out to Vegas to see The Who at Caesars Palace coliseum. Our cheap seats were upgraded to floor seats and it was a fantastic show!

Wow! I bet! I always wanted to see them!! Glad you got to!


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 Post subject: Re: The Who - Live at Leeds
PostPosted: Dec Thu 14, 2017 12:54 am 
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I love the Live at Leeds album. An excellent live album which captures the energy of the Who as if you were there. My three favorite rock concerts have been Pink Floyd which I saw in Tokyo, CSN & Y, and the Who in this order.

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 Post subject: Re: The Who - Live at Leeds
PostPosted: Dec Thu 14, 2017 3:25 am 
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Me too! It's a great album, one of my all time favorites! It's so raw, powerful, and energetic! I wish more people my age were introduced to this music, even just this album! Wow, those all sounded like great concerts! I wish I could see many of these bands I like live, but not many are left anymore.. One of my favorites too are the MC5 from Detroit, and they only released three albums but all three of them are great in my opinion! Their first was "Kick Out The Jams" which is a live album that was recorded on Halloween night in 1968 at the Grande Ballroom, and released in 1969. That's a really energetic album as well. Detroit had some great energetic music in the late 60's.
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