The Who’s Live At Leeds album is heralded by fans to be one of the best live rock albums of all time, with “Magic Bus” emerging as a concert staple, and one of the most iconic songs from the band for fans.
From the crazy riff from Townsend to the world’s best drummer at his best, this performance of “Magic Bus” from The Who live at Leeds in concert is an everlasting classic that’s some of the best rock and roll you’ll ever hear.
The Bo Diddley beat is instantly recognizable, with this epic psychedelic track embodying everything good about sixties rock music. When played live, the performance would sometimes run as long as over fifteen minutes.
Keith Moon’s drumming is an example of one of the best drummers of his era, while Roger Daltrey, Pete Townsend, and John Entwistle all impress with timeless performances.