The vinyl LP is pressed on heavy gram vinyl and contains the original six tracks that were released in 1970. The sound is at least equal to that of the CDs if you have the proper equipment.
The 45 rpm record, with an accompanying picture sleeve, contains “Summertime Blues” on the A side and “Heaven & Hell” on the flip side. It is one of those artifacts that is nice to have but is not really essential.
The main attribute of the book is the pictures. It is nice to flip through while listening to the music.
Live At Leeds (Super Deluxe Edition) is the ultimate set of the two concerts. It will be my last Leeds acquisition unless there is something I don’t know about that will be released as a Super Duper Deluxe Set 10 years from now.
Its length and price make it primarily appealing for Who fans. It is one of those releases that fill in the gaps while presenting a lot of good music along the way.