Greatest Live Albums

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  1. aging_rocker

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    Some great ones mentioned that I'd missed earlier. :)

    Here's another: Free Live
     
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    As a Stones fan Get Yer Ya Yas Out
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    Followed by Skynyrd One More From The Road
    Little Feat Waiting For Columbus
    Neil Youg Rust Never Sleeps and Arc Weld
    ZZ Top Fandango


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    Blue Öyster Cult - On Your Feet Or On Your Knees
     
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    Live and Dangerous - Thin Lizzy.
    Simply the best live album ever made.

    (Neil Young's "Arc" is a close second...)
     
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    Thin Lizzy - Live And Dangerous
    UFO - Strangers In The Night
    Kiss - Alive
    Rush - All The World's A Stage
     
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    Johnny Winter And, 1971 isn't too shabby. Scorching versions of "Mean Town Blues" and "It's My Own Fault".
     
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    Going to have to go with Grateful Dead's Europe '72 just because of clarity & technical accomplishment. Waiting For Columbus from Little Feat is in the CD player in the car right now.
     
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    Nighthawks At The Diner - Tom Waits

    The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads - Talking Heads
     
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    Do DVDs count. If so Eagles Farewell One Tour recorded in Melbourne, Australia and Keith Urban Live is also really good, he can really play his Telecaster and his Les Paul Jr., and sing, and write.
     
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    I had this record as a teenager. I think it was called "Live in Austin Tx" but was the same recording... I didn't realize there were multiple titles of the same recording until recently.

    Yeah, great blues record. One of my favorites too.
     
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    Actually, I always lov d the notion of Loudon wainwright live at Carnegie Hall. Apparently they told the hall he was considering hiring it fir a concert so got permission to do a rehearsal. They recorded it and told the hall it wasn’t suitable. Then released it.


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    Always loved EC WAS HERE. At the risk of stating the obvious, this is an Eric Clapton album...
     
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    Neil Young Live at Massey Hall is the one that helped me finally “get” the genius of Neil.

    Neil Young and Crazy Horse Live at the Fillmore East: captures the original Horse at the peak of its powers. Epic!
     
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    The rainbow album too is pretty awesome.


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    I just remember at the ripe old age of 18 I was wowed, to say the least at the soloing on HAVE YOU EVER LOVED A WOMAN and the rollicking FURTHER IN UP THE ROAD...
     
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    Bob Seger.....Nine Tonight.

    Blackberry Smoke....Leave A Scar.

    Jason Isbell and 400 Unit.....Live From Alabama

    The Allman Brothers....Live At Fillmore.

    Brian Setzer Orchestra....Live In Japan(dvd).
     
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