There are a few different specimens of the live/studio album. The most straight forward type would be cases where one side is clearly live while the other consists of studio material. Examples would include Traffic's Last Exit, Family's Anyway and The Fall's Seminal Live. Also, the Soft Machine's double album Six would fit here, which may be my favorite of the post-Wyatt albums. Then we get to some of the more mysterious, murky hybrids: King Crimson's Starless & Bible Black was basically a live album masquerading as a studio album. The first two tracks were completely studio tracks but most of the rest was live with some overdubbing. ("The Mincer" is a particularly unique case of a track that was drawn from one of their live improvisations, but then the vocal part was created later in the studio.) Other examples would include Soft Machine's Third and Grateful Dead's Anthem of the Sun. Frank Zappa was another artist who frequently blurred the line between live and studio cuts on his albums. I suppose that a final group here would be basically live releases that have been heavily overdubbed in the studio. Apparently, this was true of the Band's The Last Waltz performance, though of course, this release also included some studio tracks as well. How do you feel about these kinds of hybrids? What are some of your favorites?