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Initial post: 22 Oct 2008 11:19:14 BDT
Queen - live in montreal
Alice in chains - Unplugged
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In reply to an earlier post on 31 Oct 2008 22:10:24 GMT
pikeyboy says:
'Tim Hardin Live'
'Mystery White Boy' by Jeff Buckley
'Dream Letter: Live In London' by Tim Buckley
'Live Songs' by Leonard Cohen
'Live At Massey Hall' by Neil Young
'Hard Rain' by Bob Dylan
'Totale's Turns (It's Now Or Never)' by The Fall
'Get Your Ya-Ya's Out' by The Rolling stones
'Substance' by Joy Division
'Live At The Electric Circus' by Various

Just a few: have to get back with some more.

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Nov 2008 01:33:01 GMT
Earthshine says:
"Irish Tour '74" by Rory Gallagher
"Yessongs" by Yes
"Made in Japan" by Deep Purple
"Live and Dangerous" by Thin Lizzy
"Snakes and Arrows Live" by Rush
"Holy Diver Live" by Dio
"Bursting Out" by Jethro Tull
"Colosseum Live" by Colosseum Mk1

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Nov 2008 12:56:18 GMT
Deepend says:
'Waiting For Columbus' - Little Feat
'High Wire Act - Live In St Louis' - Little Feat
'Turbulence - Live In Poland' - Landmarq
'Thunderstruck' - Landmarq
'Yessongs' - Yes
'Three Sides Live' - Genesis
'Eat Me In St Louis' - It Bites
'Four Way Street' - CSN&Y

Posted on 28 Feb 2009 00:57:21 GMT
RoboScott says:
Welcome Back My Friends... Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Made In Japan - Deep Purple
Keys To Ascension - Yes

Posted on 28 Feb 2009 01:32:28 GMT
Another vote for Rush, Snakes and Arrows 'live' is awesome, also anything 'live' by Springsteen is special

Posted on 28 Feb 2009 01:38:02 GMT
Just thought of another couple of albums worth a mention, David Bowie 'David Live' and Glenn Hughes 'Buning Japan Live' both mega recordings !!!

Posted on 28 Feb 2009 08:39:53 GMT
Karl Hayes says:
My favourite 2..Rush Snake and Arrows and Thin Lizzy Live and Dangerous.Also the latest DVD from the Foo Fighters at Wembly is pretty awesome too..esp in Blue-ray.Rush in Rio is excellent as well

Posted on 28 Feb 2009 09:47:53 GMT
jowcol says:
First 10 off the top of my head:

Grateful Dead - "Live Dead"
Joe Ely - "Live Shots"
Van Morrison - "It's Too Late To Stop Now"
Miles Davis - "Dark Magus"
Neil Young "Arc/Weld"
Townes Van Zandt - "Live & Obscure"
Commander Cody - We've Got A Live One Here
Bob Marley & The Wailers - "Live!"
The Doors - Absolutely Live"
King Sunny Ade - "Live Live JuJu"

Posted on 28 Feb 2009 10:55:42 GMT
AJ says:
No Sleep Till Hammersmith - Motorhead
Live In Midgard - Therion
Live Gothic-Therion
S&M - Metallica
Live Sh*t - Metallica
Decade Of Aggression - Slayer
Live After Death - Iron Maiden
AC/DC - If You Want Blood

Posted on 28 Feb 2009 12:22:28 GMT
D. Reynolds says:
Not usually keen on live albums as they never catch the experience of being there. Also too many are inferior to the studio versions of songs. A few notable exceptions, usually with unreleased gems or particularly potent renditions of their back catalogue;

Motorhead- No Sleep til Hammersmith.
Husker Du- Land Speed Record.
AC/DC- If you want Blood.
Turbonegro- Darkness Forever.
Antisect- Peace is better than a place in History.
Swans- Omniscience/ Swans are Dead

Posted on 28 Feb 2009 15:34:02 GMT
Leftin says:
UFO - Strangers in the Night. And it took 12 posts!

In reply to an earlier post on 1 Mar 2009 00:34:12 GMT
Earthshine says:
And what about Michael Schenkar's "One Night at Budokan".
Lots of people rate it very highly.

Posted on 1 Mar 2009 22:50:53 GMT
Want to know how good alive album should soud then get any of Gov't Mules efforts, includeing or especially even their varied artistes and friends benefit shindigs. The quality of the music and the recordings would put any studio efforts to shame.

Posted on 1 Mar 2009 23:37:35 GMT
S. R. Tulip says:
Genesis - Seconds Out
Miles Davis - Live Evil
James Brown - At the Apollo 2 and 3
Zappa - Ahead of their Time
Zappa - Roxy and Elsewhwere
Isley Bros. - Both
Maze - Live in New Orleans
Albert King - Live Wire Blues Power
Cream - Wheels of Fire
Santane - Lotus
Santana - Moonflower
Santana - Sacred Fire

Posted on 1 Mar 2009 23:49:53 GMT
Dashboard Confessional - MTV Unplugged
Nirvana - Unplugged
Love - Forever Changes Concert
Madness - Madstock!
Iron Maiden - Live after Death [Essential!!]
James - Getting Away With it - Live
Linkin Park - Road to Revolution
Blink-182 - The Mark, Tom & Travis Show
The Clash - Live at Shea Stadium
Depeche Mode - 101
Daft Punk - Alive 2007
Green Day - Bullet in a Bible
Pink Floyd - Pulse
Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense
The Who - Live at Leeds
Spiritualised - Royal Albert Hall
Bruce Springsteen - Live 75/85 Box Set
Justice - A Cross the Universe,

Must be more, I'll see what I can come up with!!

Posted on 2 Mar 2009 07:35:06 GMT
Tikka says:
Nicholas Hartley-Smith said:
Green Day - Bullet in a Bible

Totally agree - whenever I mention Green Day in a post, no-one seems to respond - pro or anti - nice to know there's one more fan out there on these forums

and don't forget Dumpy's Rusty Nuts - Somewhere in England

Posted on 2 Mar 2009 09:36:48 GMT
A. Holland says:
Bob Dylan - Live At The Albert Hall 1966. Still got the bootleg on vinyl. The live Nirvana album's great too. Phil Ochs Live In Vancouver 1968.

Posted on 2 Mar 2009 09:51:52 GMT
I'd go with Colosseum Live as well! also:

Rust Never Sleeps - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Metallic K.O. - The Stooges
and (inevitably) The Great Deceiver (Live 1973-1974) box set - King Crimson

In reply to an earlier post on 2 Mar 2009 12:55:03 GMT
M. Stevens says:
I agree with Mark in Rust Never Sleeps, as well as others on Pink Floyd, Dylan, Talking Heads etc etc.

Add to that:-

Live - Built to Spill

Posted on 2 Mar 2009 13:19:36 GMT
Bill Withers live at Crnegie Hall
The name of this band is Talking heads
Charlie Parker/Bud Powell, Charlie Mingus, Dizzy Gillespie at the massey hall
USA King Crimson
The Bruford Tapes (awesome!)
Stages of a Long Journey - Eberhard Weber

Posted on 3 Mar 2009 10:21:30 GMT
J. A. Pineau says:
MC5 Kick out the jams. Absolutely essential
Dylan 1966 'Albert Hall' Seminal moment in rock history
The Who Live at leeds This is wat they really sounded like.

Posted on 3 Mar 2009 11:31:10 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 3 Mar 2009 11:34:26 GMT
Martin says:
God, what a BORING and totally self-indulgent thread.

In reply to an earlier post on 3 Mar 2009 11:42:42 GMT
Nugent Dirt says:
oh great.......more lists
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