Tech 21 Leeds, Character Series, talking bout our generation of loudmouth yobbo tones, massives headroom delivers the rich bell-like clean tones,...... more
Tech 21 Leeds, Character Series, talking bout our generation of loudmouth yobbo tones, massives headroom delivers the rich bell-like clean tones, dynamic sound by pushing it harder, laced with the aggressive punch of Fane-style speaker emulation, power by optional 9V battery (# 132579) or optional power supply (# 108096)
Leeds is a vibrant city with lots to discover and something for everyone to enjoy. From the award winning Royal Armouries, to the gardens of Tropical...... more
Leeds is a vibrant city with lots to discover and something for everyone to enjoy. From the award winning Royal Armouries, to the gardens of Tropical World and magnificent stately homes like Harewood house. You can now play explore the city yourself with the classic money-making, chance-taking, budget blowing game with the street names, landmarks and locations which give this city its distinctive character. Whether you've walked the streets before, your an avid football supporter or are planning a holiday there, explore the area and reminisce down memory lane with Monopoly Leeds edition. Suitable for 2-6 players. Warning: Suitable from 8 years.
Newspaper coverage of your team from the early 20th century to end of last season. Relive the top games and newspaper headlines as reported at the time. Bound...... more
Newspaper coverage of your team from the early 20th century to end of last season. Relive the top games and newspaper headlines as reported at the time. Bound in a premium gold embossed black leatherette hard back cover. Reproduced to almost full tabloid size- 38 x 31 cm.
They play the best football I ve seen from any English side ever, and probably comparable to some of the great teams, like Hungary Malcolm Allison on...... more
They play the best football I ve seen from any English side ever, and probably comparable to some of the great teams, like Hungary Malcolm Allison on Leeds United in 1973 The early 1970s was dominated by Leeds United in all domestic competitions; reaching cup finals, winning trophies, topping the league and, in doing so, entertaining fans with a delightful brand of attacking football. Under the watchful eye of legendary commentator and presenter Brian Moore, The Big Match archives have been opened again, allowing fans to reflect on some more of the great games of the era. With club legends throughout the side such as Billy Bremner, Peter Lorimer, Johnny Giles, Allan Clarke and Jack Charlton, to name but a few, teams across the country feared and admired this Leeds United team. Packed with highlights from 19 matches including the a win for the reigning champions in 1969, six matches from the 1970/71 season, plus extended highlights and analysis of victory against Chelsea in the 1973/74 Championship winning season; a match in which Leeds set a post war record of 20 unbeaten games at the start of a season, leading expert analyst Malcolm Allison to declare Leeds United as the greatest ever English team.
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South Yorkshire folk singer-songwriter Kate Rusby celebrates a decade-plus as a recording artist and performer with this live concert, mostly adapted from her...... more
South Yorkshire folk singer-songwriter Kate Rusby celebrates a decade-plus as a recording artist and performer with this live concert, mostly adapted from her popular studio albums and replete with her typically evocative, emotional immediacy singing ancient ballads, sea shanties, and lullabies. Highlights include the infectious waltz, "Polly," the sprightly, hopeful "I Courted a Sailor," and Rusby's crystalline vocal on "The White Cockade." Backed by her outstanding, all-acoustic band, Rusby's celebrated talent for making an old sound feel new again drives the delicate plaint "Who Will Sing Me Lullabies," the pop-like "The Cobbler's Daughter," and the sad "Withered and Died," which sounds very much like the passage of heartbreaking events into memory. Newcomers to Rusby may wonder if those songs in her repertoire having to do with dragons, knights, and fair maidens (such as this set's "Sir Eglamore") are terribly precious, but they actually prove as personally expressive as anything else she does. --Tom Keogh
As voted for by the visitors to the Club's official website, the '100 Greatest Leeds Goals' celebrates the greatest strikes from the Club's illustrious...... more
As voted for by the visitors to the Club's official website, the '100 Greatest Leeds Goals' celebrates the greatest strikes from the Club's illustrious history - from the unforgettable Revie era to the modern day side.
Advantages: great drink deals, variety of nights, music gigs Disadvantages: small, toilets
...THE COCKPIT - LEEDS
I moved to Leeds around 3 ˝ years ago to join Leeds University and it was during fresher?s week that I discovered The Cockpit which I have loved going to ever since. The club was formally known as The Cock of the North before being opened in 1994 as The Cockpit. The Cockpit is a live music and club venue in the middle...
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Advantages: Lots to see and do Disadvantages: The weather can be disappointing
...I have lived in Leeds all my life, studied here, and have now settled here post uni. I have lived in more rural areas, out of town suburbs, studentville, and even dabbled in some almost city living. It's one of those cities that has been experiencing a boom over the last twenty or so years, overtaking the other cities of West Yorkshire to become the largest, and arguably most successful...
Advantages: Reputation, quality of facilities,sports and nightlife Disadvantages: Expensive accommodation
...I have been a student at Leeds University for 5 years now, and have experienced it both as an undergraduate and as a postgraduate student. So, I should have a good feel for the place by now!! I took my degree in Geophysics in the Earth Sciences Department, and then stayed on to do a PhD working on volcanic earthquakes.
Leeds University is one of the old red brick Universities, which received...
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