What is the last "Live" album you listened to?

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  1. JohnnyQuest

    JohnnyQuest Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    It's great to hear one of Dylan's most important live performances before he went electric. I love how intimate the setting sounds and how positively jovial Dylan sounds throughout the show.
    It's also interesting to hear the direction Dylan was going in with early versions of songs that would later appear on "Bringing It All Back Home". I was never a "live" album type of listener but these types of albums hold historical importance and displays exactly where that artist was at that point in their career better than the actual studio recordings. (At least in this case.)
    But to be honest, I could do without Joan Baez's background singing and her solo song. :hide:
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  2. Rfreeman

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  3. JamesD1957

    JamesD1957 Forum Resident

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    Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl.
     
  4. rbbert

    rbbert Forum Resident

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    I listen to at least one "live" album every day, usually more than one. Umphrey's McGee Raw Stewage 2015 discs 3 and 4 and Lee Konitz Live at Birdland yesterday.
     
  5. celticbob

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    New Van Halen. Love it!!
     
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  6. Tristero

    Tristero Forum Resident

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    Gong - Live in Sheffield (1974). A suitably trippy live document that finds the band's optimal line up (IMO) at the peak of their strange powers.
     
  7. crazywater

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  8. Hawklord

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    It's been awhile many many months since listened to a live record, I would say it was either Led Zeppelin "The song Remains The Same" or "Rainbow On Stage".
     
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  9. Folknik

    Folknik Forum Resident

    The last live album I listened to was Dylan's Live 1975: The Rolling Thunder Revue. Good full band electric stuff, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much solo acoustic music was also included. It may take me a while to warm up to the radical reinventions of "It Ain't Me,Babe" and "A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall", but I prefer the live band version of "Hattie Carroll" to the bare bones acoustic studio take.
     
  10. Siegmund

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    Currently listening to Rush, Exit....Stage Left.
     
  11. tbone

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    Another Dylan. Isle Of Wight.
     
  12. onionmaster

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    Steely Dan - Live at London Hammersmith Apollo 2000 (a bootleg).

    The version of West Of Hollywood is incredible.
     
  13. utenteanonimo64

    utenteanonimo64 Forum Resident

    Steven Wilson - Get All You Deserve.
     
  14. chervokas

    chervokas Forum Resident

    Joshua Redman - Trios Live from last year, was listening to it last week.
     
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  15. Turmatic

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    Listening to the 2014 HD "Live at Leeds".

    Really well done!
     
  16. RPhelps

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    dead can dance
     
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  17. Dennis0675

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    more than 90% of what I have been listening to over the past 30 years has been live music. It wasn't until I got into vinyl that I moved over to studio recordings as my first option.


    Yesterday I grabbed a Sturgill Simpson concert from BT.etree.org that is very good.
     
  18. Todd W.

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    Just last night........ Steve Howe Not Necessarily Acoustic
     
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  19. goodboyfred

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    Side Three Wheels Of Fire Cream
    Clapton rips up on Crossroads then a full band assault on Spoonful. DCC Gold Disc
     
  20. nodeerforamonth

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    Def Leppard live at the Forum Pyromania bonus disk.
     
  21. KDubATX

    KDubATX Forum Resident

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    Was playing Rock N Roll Animal yesterday after grabbing it for < $10 on Pono :edthumbs:
     
  22. CCrider92

    CCrider92 Forum Resident

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    Van's Astral Weeks Live
     
  23. Ignatius

    Ignatius Forum Resident

    Mighty Baby's "Tasting the Life" from 1971 concert. Sound quality is garbage yet I've been playing it more than their two studio lps or other live material. Must be the musicianship, or the music, or the magic, whatever.
     
  24. Andy Smith

    Andy Smith Forum Resident

    Hawkwind 'Live In '79'. Great album but a RUBBISH version of 'Silver Machine'. It might have sounded mildly amusing back in '79 but now it just feels like a major moment missed.

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  25. Frittenköter

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    Queen Sun City (bootleg)

    might listen to 1st Wembley (Friday Show) or watch it later.
     

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