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The Who - Live At Hull 1970 Album

The Who - Live At Hull 1970 Album
Performer: The Who
Title: Live At Hull 1970
Country: Europe
Genre: Rock
Style:Classic Rock, Hard Rock
Catalog number: 3711349
Label: Polydor, Universal UMC
MP3 album szie: 2010 mb
FLAC album size: 1324 mb


Written-By – Pete Townshend
Written-By – Pete Townshend
3I'm Free
Written-By – Pete Townshend
4Sally Simpson
Written-By – Pete Townshend
5My Generation
Written-By – Pete Townshend
6I'ts A Boy
Written-By – Pete Townshend
Written-By – Pete Townshend
Written-By – Pete Townshend
9Happy Jack
Written-By – Pete Townshend
10Do You Think It's Alright?
Written-By – Pete Townshend
11I Can't Explain
Written-By – Pete Townshend
12Shakin' All Over
Written-By – Frederick Heath
13We're Not Gonna Take It
Written-By – Pete Townshend
14Pinball Wizard
Written-By – Pete Townshend
15The Acid Queen
Written-By – Pete Townshend
16Go To The Mirror!
Written-By – Pete Townshend
17Amazing Journey
Written-By – Pete Townshend
18I'm A Boy
Written-By – Pete Townshend
19Smash The Mirror
Written-By – Pete Townshend
20Young Man Blues
Written-By – Mose Allison
21There's A Doctor
Written-By – Pete Townshend
22Tommy's Holiday Camp
Written-By – Keith Moon
23Miracle Cure
Written-By – Pete Townshend
24Eyesight To The Blind (The Awker)
Written-By – Sonny Boy Williamson
25Fortune Teller
Written-By – Benny Spellman
26Fiddle About
Written-By – John Entwistle
27Heaven And Hell
Written-By – John Entwistle
28A Quick One, While He's Away
Written-By – Pete Townshend
29Summertime Blues
Written-By – Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart
Written-By – Pete Townshend
Written-By – Pete Townshend
32Tommy Can You Hear Me?
Written-By – Pete Townshend


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
B0017696-02The Who Live At Hull 1970 ‎(2xCD, Album)Geffen RecordsB0017696-02US2012
3711349The Who Live At Hull 1970 ‎(2xCD, Album, Dig)Polydor, Universal UMC3711349Europe2012
3711349, UICP-1143/4The Who Live At Hull 1970 ‎(2xCD, Album, Dig)Polydor, Universal Music3711349, UICP-1143/4Japan2012


  • Bass, VocalsJohn Entwistle
  • Design, Art DirectionRichard Evans
  • Drums, VocalsKeith Moon
  • Edited By [Pro Tools Digital Editing]Matt Hay
  • Executive-ProducerBill Curbishley, Robert Rosenberg
  • Guitar, VocalsPete Townshend
  • Liner NotesAndy Neill
  • Management [Projecet Managed By]Andy Street
  • Mastered ByAndy Baldwin
  • Mixed ByRichard Whittaker
  • Photography ByChris McCourt
  • Producer [Original Recording]The Who
  • Recorded By, Producer, Mixed ByBob Pridden
  • Vocals, TambourineRoger Daltrey


2012 issue of the concert originally released in 2010 as part of the The Who - Live At Leeds (40th Anniversary Ultimate Collectors' Edition) boxset.

Original recording produced by The Who at Hull City Hall on February 15, 1970
Recorded by Bob Pridden on the Pye Mobile.
Produced by Bob Pridden
Mixed by Bob Pridden and Richard Whittaker
Pro Tools digital editing and restoration by Matt Hay
Mixed at FX
Mastered at Metropolis by Andy Baldwin

Executive Producers: Bill Curbishley and Robert Rosenberg

Project managed by Andy Street for Universal Music Group/Polydor

Design and Art Direction by Richard Evans
Photographs of The Who by Chris McCourt
Liner Notes by Andy Neill

Special thanks to Paul Walmsley, Robert Rosenberg, Bob Pridden, Bill Harrison, Andrew Daw, Jack Thomson, Andy Neill, Jan Reynaert, Pete Frame, Emma Shalless and Jon astley

Made in the EU.
This is similar to The Who - Live At Hull 1970 but pressed by Arvato instead of EDC, Germany.


  • Barcode: 6 02537 11349 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): [4 Universal logos] arvato 56137518/00602527503707 21
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): [4 Universal logos] arvato 56137521/00602527503714 21
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 1): IFPI LP73
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 2): IFPI LB47
  • Mould SID Code (CD 1 & 2): IFPI 0778
  • Rights Society: BIEM / SDRM
  • Label Code: LC000309
  • Other (Category Disc 1): 3714459
  • Other (Category Disc 2): 3714460


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor Ltd. (UK)
  • Copyright (c) – Polydor Ltd. (UK)
  • Recorded At – Hull City Hall
  • Recorded At – Pye Mobile Recording Unit
  • Mastered At – Metropolis Mastering
  • Pressed By – Arvato – 56137518
  • Pressed By – Arvato – 56137521

Short intro

Live at Hull 1970 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 on 15 February 1970. In a few songs the bass guitar sound was either badly recorded or lost due to technical problems. For these songs, the bass guitar track from the previous night's Live at Leeds performance was matched to the Hull performance, allowing the show to be presented in full. Live At Hull - The Who. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2012 32 Songs. The concerts are nearly identical in terms of setlists at Hull, The Who doesn't include Magic Bus, with the second set of the night being a full-on performance of Tommy. The energy, however, is different. Hull has a slightly more subdued vibe and a few technical glitches, which have been repaired acceptably. Fact is, these are phenomenal performances from a first-rate rock 'n' roll band in its prime. The Who Live at Hull 1970 was released as a 2-CD stand-alone album in 2012. Disc one. Heaven and Hell. I Cant Explain. Fortune Teller. Design and Art Direction by Richard Evans Photos of The Who by Chris McCourt Liner notes by Andy Neill. Studio Albums. Live Albums. Box Sets. Live at Hull 1970. Your Rating. The Who Live at Hull CD 4 ' Tommy ' 1. Overture 2. It's a Boy 3. 1921 Live At Hull Version. The Who. UMG от лица компании Polydor free to The Who Live At Hull 1970 Heaven and Hell, I Can't Explain and more. 32 tracks 104:50. Live At Hull 1970, 2012. Men At Work Who Can It Be Now Mercury Radio. Baltimora Tarzan Boy. Live At Hull - 1970 has been called a: Warts 'N' All release and it ain't perfect by any means but rock music cannot be and should not be perfect to be great. Rock music becomes something all-together different when The Who performed live between 1968-1971 as they soar above the planet as the best of the best. But if you're a casual listener who would quite like to have a live Who album from 1970 in your collection you need to be aware of the differences to allow you to choose which is for you: 1. Magic Bus is missing from Live at Hull LAH. There are times when the sound seems a little subdued on this release. Live at Leeds, arguably the best live rock LP ever made, could have been called Live at Hull. The night after the Leeds show, the Who recorded virtually the same songs with matching fury at Hull City Hall. Audio glitches meant the tapes were not used. In This Article: The Who. Want more Rolling Stone