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Summertime Blues - The Who - Live At Leeds (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

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  1. Editors’ Notes To celebrate the 40th anniversary of one of the rock era’s greatest live albums, Live At Leeds has been given the Super Deluxe treatment by including the entire concert from Leeds University and adding the complete show from Hull City Hall, recorded two days later. Singer Roger Daltrey considers the Hull show to be the better of the two.
  2. Summertime Blues (Live) Lyrics: Well, I'm a gonna raise a fuss, I'm a gonna raise a holler / I've been working all summer just to try and earn a dollar / Well, I went to the boss, said I got a.
  3. "Summertime Blues" is a song co-written and recorded by American rockabilly artist Eddie Cochran. It was written by Cochran and his manager Jerry misadicvihercevacpyewatchcomdami.coinfoally a single B-side, it was released in August and peaked at number 8 on the Billboard Hot on September 29, and number 18 on the UK Singles misadicvihercevacpyewatchcomdami.coinfo has been covered by many artists, including being a number-one hit for.
  4. Summertime Blues This song is by The Who and appears on the live album Live at Leeds () on the compilation album Odds And Sods () on the compilation album Thirty Years of Maximum R&B () on the live album Live At The Royal Albert Hall () on the compilation album .
  5. The Who. Live on stage. Rock 'n' roll was never better. Now, more than 30 years after its original release, The Who's Live at Leeds returns in a special Deluxe Edition that includes for the first time their entire February 14, concert at Leeds University. This two-CD set expands the original six-selection album and the double-CD remaster to finally include all of the band's.
  6. Live at Leeds, an Album by The Who. Released in on MCA (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Hard Rock, Rock.
  7. Live At Leeds (25th Anniversary Edition), an album by The Who on Spotify. Summertime Blues - 40th Anniversary Version - Live At Leeds. Shakin' All Over - Live. 0 Listen to Live At Leeds (25th Anniversary Edition) now. Listen to Live At Leeds .
  8. No, that lyric is definitely in The Who version, have you got the Live At Leeds version? oh, and what is the criteria for having a larger explanation of the cover version? I'd like to see an elaboration on The Flaming Lips version , 4 May (UTC) Heaven and Hell.
  9. May 16,  · It’s hard now, to imagination or recreate the impact that The Who’s Live At Leeds had on its release on May 23, The record itself was just six tracks, three of which were covers – Johnny Kidd’s Shakin’ All Over, Eddie Cochran’s Summertime Blues and Mose Allison’s Young Man Blues – along with Substitute, My Generation and Magic Bus.

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