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Edited Sep 08, 2010, 16:57
Re: Live Albums
Sep 08, 2010, 16:54
Live albums are mostly something of a "Hmmm low priority" thing for me, but ones that do float my boat are...

Led Zeppelin - How the West Was Won.
Led Zeppelin - BBC Sessions
Raw power!

KISS - Alive, ALive II & Alive IV with the symphony orchestra which is insanely, joyously, ludicrously bombastic.
Also a KISS straight off the mixing desk official "Bootleg" from a German gig they were selling after the gig from a few years ago (sent to my pod by the lovely Ian B). Warts n all, but you can smell the grease paint and feel the pyro heat. Top KISSperience.

UFO - Strangers In The Night. Rockin!

Whitesnake - Live! In the Heart of the City. One of the best 'makes you feel like you're there' live albums ever. Love it!

Opeth - The Roundhouse Tapes. Apart from the awesome tunes played by a top band, you get to hear Mikael Akerfeldt's mad inter-song banter.

Rick Wakeman - Journey To The Centre of the Earth. Orchestras! Dinosaurs! Rah!

Yes -Yessongs - Foldy outy!

Santana - Lotus. Even more foldy outy!

Focus - At the Rainbow. Very, very foldy outy. Wish it was a double though.

The Smiths - Rank.

Focus -

Nirvana - Unplugged in New York. V raw and powerful.

Van Halen - Atomic Punks. Bootleg from years agone.

Underworld - Everything, Everything. Live dance albums shouldn't work, but this one does as does...

Justice - A Cross The Universe. Stonkin'!

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