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Re: Live Albums
Sep 08, 2010, 10:57
In the mid 70s when money for records and tickets was tight I loved live albums as they were a kind of instant "best of" and you got an inside track to the vibe of the band - especially as so many pre Punk acts were badly served in the recording studio. Anyway, assuming we are not including bootlegs, jazz and classical, I would have to go for this lot:

Spiritualized - Royal Albert Hall
Magma - Live / BBC Live / Trilogie au Trianon / Live In Tokyo
Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour
Springsteen - Hammersmith 75
Genesis - Seconds Out
David Live
Rainbow - On Stage
TDream - Ricochet
The Grateful Dead Movie Soundtrack
Jimi - Isle of Wight (unexpanded)
Band Of Gypsies (unexpanded)
John Martyn - Live At Leeds (unexpanded)
Man - Maximum Darkness
Nils Lofgren - Back It Up Official Bootleg
Peter Hammill & Stuart Gordon - Veracious
Rheostatics - Double Live
The Band - Rock of Ages
Uriah Heep Live
Van - It's Too Late To Stop Now
Traffic - On The Road
Zappa - The Yellow Shark
War - Live!
James Brown - Sex Machine & Love Power Peace
Misty In Roots- Countervision
Dylan - Hard Rain
Allmans - Eat A Peach
Santana - Lotus
Lou Reed - R&R Animal / Live & Animal Serenade
VU - !969 Live
King Crimson - USA
Cope - Concert Climax
Magazine - Play
SAHB - Live
TMV - Scab Dates
Gentle Giant - Playing The Fool
The Who - Live At Leeds
Thin Lizzy - Live n Dangerous
Neil Young - Arc / Weld
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