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There once was a note, pure and easy, playing so free like a breath rippling by...,
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This review is from: Who's Next (Audio CD)
Before buying this album it's important to consider that the Deluxe Edition contains a live disk which history may judge to surpass Live at Leeds, as great as that is. The two main things going for it -- it goes without saying that the band are on the top of their form -- are (i) the quality of the songs (the best of Who's Next, apart from Baba O'Riley, along with equally great songs from Lifehouse that didn't make it onto that album, above all Pure and Easy, but also Naked Eye, Water, I Don't Even Know Myself), and (ii) the quality of the sound, thanks to the Rolling Stones mobile. This remastered edition is great: the Deluxe Edition is incomparably greater.