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Old 01-22-2014, 06:29 PM   #21
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Don't know if was ever an album but the U2: Under a Blood Red Sky concert film at Red Rocks Amphitheatre is amazing.
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Lots of excellent albums listed here. In contrast if you have any interest in what I would call the worst live album ever it is "Got Live if You Want It" by the Rolling Stones.
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I have no favorites. But....an old copy of Tom Petty live was quite nice..no idea on the details. A friend copied it for me....on cassette. It's long dead.
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Old 01-22-2014, 07:42 PM   #24
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These are some great live albums. And I agree with the statement that live albums usually do suffer in quality. Here's a few greats that I would add to the list:

Queen Live Killers
Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison
Leonard Cohen Live In London
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Wow, hadn't thought about live albums in a long time. Do today's artists even do live "albums" any more?
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Wow, hadn't thought about live albums in a long time. Do today's artists even do live "albums" any more?
Yes. All the time. But they add video, and call them DVDs.
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+1 on J. Geils "Blow Your Face Out"
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and add Dream Syndicate "Live at Raji's"...fantastic

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Not albums per se, but Jeff Beck - Live at Ronnie Scott's ... are excellent live DVDs.
Stumbled over this performance on Palladia Channel and wow! It also introduced me to Tal Wilkenfeld. How can a person so darn young be so darn good at the bass?

Anyway, back to the original thread, I have to say some of my favorite live LPs include

Neil Young - Rust Never Sleeps
Jethro Tull - Bursting Out
Genesis - Three Sides Live
Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus
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Stumbled over this performance on Palladia Channel and wow! It also introduced me to Tal Wilkenfeld. How can a person so darn young be so darn good at the bass?

Anyway, back to the original thread, I have to say some of my favorite live LPs include

Neil Young - Rust Never Sleeps
Jethro Tull - Bursting Out
Genesis - Three Sides Live
Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus
Jeff Beck is a guitar god! And +1 on Tal Wilkenfeld!
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I love the Roadwork album by Edgar Winter and White Trash. Edgar is great live, at least back in the 70's he was.
"We got something of a special surprise for you tonight. People keep asking me - where's your brother? Yeah - hey Johnny!"

(And the crowd goes wild!)

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A big +1 for Tom Waits "Nighthawks At The Diner" - my favorite Tom Waits album. I had the pleasure of seeing him onstage with The Stones in Oakland last year. We were wondering who the special guest would be that night, and seeing as Tom lives in the area, and he's a bluesy kind of guy, I turned to my friend as we were in line for really horrible overpriced food and said, "Wouldn't it be amazing if Tom Waits came onstage and sang Little Red Rooster with them?" - and that is exactly what happened. Talk about a good guess!

Another big +1 for Johnny Cash Live At Folsom Prison
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