Live at Hull

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Live at Hull [1]
Live album by The Who
Released 6 November 2012
Recorded 15 February 1970;
Hull City Hall, England[2]
Genre Rock
Label Geffen (US)
Polydor (UK and Japan)
Universal Music (Japan)
The Who chronology
Greatest Hits Live
(2010)
Live at Hull
(2012)
Quadrophenia - Live in London
(2014)

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 1970. [4] In a few songs the bass guitar sound was either badly recorded or lost. The Who revived and published the recording in 2012.[5]

Tracklisting[edit]

All songs written and composed by Pete Townshend except where noted.

Disc one
No. Title Length
1. "Heaven and Hell" (John Entwistle) 5:09
2. "I Can’t Explain"   2:26
3. "Fortune Teller" (Naomi Neville) 3:22
4. "Tattoo"   3:00
5. "Young Man Blues" (Mose Allison) 5:56
6. "Substitute"   3:04
7. "Happy Jack"   2:13
8. "I’m a Boy"   2:45
9. "A Quick One, While He’s Away"   8:51
10. "Summertime Blues" (Jerry Capehart and Eddie Cochran) 3:34
11. "Shakin’ All Over" (Johnny Kidd) 4:34
12. "My Generation"   15:24
Disc two: Tommy
No. Title Length
1. "Overture"   6:53
2. "It’s a Boy"   0:31
3. "1921"   2:26
4. "Amazing Journey"   3:18
5. "Sparks"   4:23
6. "Eyesight to the Blind" (Sonny Boy Williamson II) 1:58
7. "Christmas"   3:19
8. "The Acid Queen"   3:35
9. "Pinball Wizard"   2:25
10. "Do You Think It’s Alright?"   0:22
11. "Fiddle About" (Entwistle) 1:13
12. "Tommy, Can You Hear Me?"   0:55
13. "There’s a Doctor"   0:23
14. "Go to the Mirror!"   3:24
15. "Smash The Mirror"   1:19
16. "Miracle Cure"   0:13
17. "Sally Simpson"   4:01
18. "I’m Free"   2:39
19. "Tommy’s Holiday Camp" (Keith Moon) 1:00
20. "We’re Not Gonna Take It"   8:48
credits
  • Roger Daltrey: lead vocals; backing vocals; harmonica
  • John Entwistle: bass guitar; backing vocals; lead vocals on "Heaven and Hell" and "Fiddle About"; co-lead vocals on "A Quick One" and "Summertime Blues"
  • Keith Moon: drums and percussion; backing vocals; lead vocals on "Tommy's Holiday Camp"
  • Pete Townshend: electric guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals on "Overture", "It's a Boy", "1921", "The Acid Queen", "There's a Doctor", and "Miracle Cure"; co-lead vocals on "Tattoo", "I'm a Boy", "A Quick One", "Christmas"
notes
  • 2012 issue of the concert originally released in 2010 as part of the "Live At Leeds (40th Anniversary Ultimate Collectors' Edition)" boxset.
  • Original recording produced by The Who at Hull City Hall on 15 February 1970. Recorded on the Pye Mobile. [6]

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