The Who - "Live at Leeds" is excellent.

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  1. Carl Sonnen

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    If you are a fan of classic rock and roll and haven't listened to this album, I highly recommend it. It showcases The Who's raw power and unique energy as a band. I love this album even though the song list does not represent my favorite songs at all. The way they play the songs is just to the hilt and makes the whole concert worth listening to. Their high level of musical talent combine with their explosive energy to form a powerful moment in time. Check it out if you haven't yet.
     
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    RIP Keith Moon

    What a fuckin badass. I love the Who but that guy alone makes the band.

    Quadrophenia (sp?) Is incredible. I'm a bit less of a fan since Townsheds child porn shit tbh
     
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    Check out some of the isolated bass of Entwhistle on YouTube. Some insane skills.
     
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    Pete said he was researching child abuse because he had been a victim. I suppose he was looking for a catharsis. I mostly just try not to think about it because I am a yuge Who fan, but I tend to believe Pete. Their music is great.

    Yeah, he was a sick bass player. They were all very talented musicians.
     
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    One of the great live albums. Right up there with Allman Brothers Band at Fillmore East, Frampton Comes Alive, Made in Japan, Thin Lizzy Live & Dangerous, etc.
     
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