Live At The Royal Albert Hall Review

artist: The Who date: 07/03/2006 category: compact discs
The Who: Live At The Royal Albert Hall
Release Date: Jul 22, 2003
Label: Steamhammer/SPV
Genres: British Invasion, Mod, Album Rock, Hard Rock, Pop/Rock, Rock & Roll
Number Of Tracks: 29
The Who's Live at the Royal Albert Hall captures a charity concert for a cancer organization the reunited group performed in November of 2000.
 Sound: 10
 Lyrics: 10
 Overall Impression: 10
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overall: 10
Live At The Royal Albert Hall Reviewed by: 0@515_fan, on july 03, 2006
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Sound: The three CDs are all have great live sound (discs 1 & 2 recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall on Novemember 17, 2000; bonus disc recored live at the. Royal Albert Hall on February 8, 2002.) Some of the great sound includes the violin solo on "Baba O'Riley," the bass solo on "My Generation" (it sounds sort of distorted in a cool way), and the guitar ending in "Won't Get Fooled Again." // 10

Lyrics: The lyrics are great. A lot of classic Who songs here. The vocals were good live on all of the tracks. Awesome! // 10

Overall Impression: This is a great live performance album, and I got it for a pretty good price too. I like that each track goes into the next one. I like how they added extra stuff, like on the bass solo in "My Generation" how the bass solo has extra parts added to it, or like the long bass solo on 5:15, or Noel's signature guitar at the end of "Won't Get Fooled Again," etc. I would recommnd this to any Who fan, or any one. I really like it. To bad John Entwistle isn't around anymore (or Keith Moon, Zak Starkey, Ringo's son, takes his place). // 10

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