Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by JohnnyQuest, Apr 8, 2015.
Gino Vanelli's "Live in Montreal"...great SQ and songs.
Friday and Saturday Nights
at the Blackhawk, San Fran
NMA @ Bluebird Theater 11/11/11
Bob Marley & The Wailers - June 1, 3 and 4, 1977 - Rainbow Theater, London, UK. A "mini-set" released as part of the Exodus 40th anniversary release.
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble Live At Ripley's Music Hall.
Listening on the net right now the 4-cd version of The Allman Brothers Band – Live at The Cow Palace on LWP today from ginza.se/ in Sweden for only about 12 U.S. dollars. They send to all the EU, but shipping is not so cheap, except mine was … Guess why?
The other guitar is not in tune on this, that bothers me a bit … Then he is tuning it to better a few times. (Dunno who’s playing, I’m not so familiar with the band.)
The songs are perhaps too long to my tastes, but what a heck, this is a live recording.
Essential only to hardcore fans of the band, which I am not, but at this price – YES!
I don’t normally like bootlegs, because I believe the artists must always get their money, but if they sell it legally, what can I do? Don’t think I have a single one BL in my collection.
U2 Under A Blood Red Sky (the audio converted from the complete concert dvd)
The End - Black Sabbath
Don McLean - "Solo"
I've owned this since 1976, just about perfection in a live album.
The Clash-Live At The Lyceum`78 from the Sound System Extras CD.
Also I`ve been playing the old Roundhouse`76 show wich I always really liked.
Molly Hatchet - Double Trouble Live
Yee and indeed Haw!
After watching the Blu-ray, I listened to:
Roy Orbison Black & White Night 30 - Roy Orbison with
Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill Live in Seattle (Green Linnet)
David Bowie - David Live
Jason Isbbell: Live from Alabama
Richard Thompson - "Small Town Romance (Live/Solo In New York)"
Gov't Mule - Deepest End
Last night, it was Jimi Hendrix Berkeley Rehearsal from 1970... sort of a live recording then. And an album, of sorts as well.
Ella Fitzgerald live at Zardi’s
Recorded in 1956 to be her first album on Verve. The tapes were never used. She did the Cole Porter Songbook instead.
Someone dudted off the tape, and the album was just released
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