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20 minutes ago, ZonkoVille77 said:

Personal tastes apply:

 

Pink Floyd - Pulse

Foy Vance - Live at Bangor Abbey

Thin Lizzy - Live and Dangerous

Nirvana - MTV unplugged

 

Live and Dangerous is great 

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Speaking of Brixton academy. I've seen Kasabian there but about 6/7 years after this. This was from when they first come out. First album was unreal. 

 

 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Clark Westerfeld said:

Iron Maiden ~ Live After Death

Iron Maiden ~ Maiden England

Deep Purple ~ Made In Japan

AC/DC ~ If You Want Blood, You've Got It

Rory Gallagher ~ Irish Tour '74

UFO ~ Strangers In The Night

Whitesnake ~ Live... In The Heart Of The City

Stop lurking and post more. 

 

Went to give you some AC/DC rep but I'm out. 

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Thumbing through a milk crate of old vinyl just now - a couple pop out

 

Miles - Live Evil

Wes - Smokin at the Half Note

 

Both interesting as they feature live tracks and studio dates - pretty cool

 

Albert King - Live Wire/Blues Power

BB King - Live at the Regal

Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus (Fat Man in the Bathtub is as good as they get)

Waylon Jennings - Waylon Live

 

And - a true masterpiece

 

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6 hours ago, TheHowieLama said:

Maybe the best Skynyrd track ever

Just gave this another listen and would like to amend this to Saturday Night Special - ironically both Ed King songs

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1 hour ago, TheHowieLama said:

Just gave this another listen and would like to amend this to Saturday Night Special - ironically both Ed King songs

Would love to have seen them if they'd have had longer with Steve Gaines. From what I've read Ronnie thought it would end up his and Steve bands over the coming years

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Although their studio albums are obviously a cut above, an album called 'The Dance' by Fleetwood Mac features a lot of live tracks and it sounds pretty good. Can imagine being there listening to them perform would have been something special.

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11 hours ago, cloggypop said:

Live and Dangerous is great 

Not sure if that Album was recorded on their tour about 1977 , bunked in with my then bird at the Empire , maybe Royal Court, great night.

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13 hours ago, Clark Westerfeld said:

Iron Maiden ~ Live After Death

Iron Maiden ~ Maiden England

Deep Purple ~ Made In Japan

AC/DC ~ If You Want Blood, You've Got It

Rory Gallagher ~ Irish Tour '74

UFO ~ Strangers In The Night

Whitesnake ~ Live... In The Heart Of The City

No list can be complete w/o Rory.

 

God rest his soul.

 

 

Nobody got tone out of a Strat like Rory Gallagher. 

 

 

 

 

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The Allmans Live At Fillmore East

Bob Seger - Live Bullet

Springsteen - 1975 Hammersmith Odeon

McCartneys - Unplugged session

Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense 

The Band - The Last Waltz

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Not sure if this was released as a album or just a live concert vhs

 

Would love to have seen these live

 

 

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