What Concert Did You Attend That Was Eventually An Official Release

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  1. Freebird

    Freebird Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    I attended Phish’s Clifford’s Ball in Plattsburgh, NY that was eventually released as A Live One.
     
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  2. phillyal1

    phillyal1 Forum Resident

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    philadelphia, pa.
    John Legend Live From Philadelphia,
    oh and David Live :)
     
  3. diamondstylus

    diamondstylus Forum Resident

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    Greenfield, MA
    An evening with the Allman Brothers from Boston 1992. Van Halen's Panama video Providence 1984.

    Definitely a few Grateful Dead shows but that's not much of a feat. lol
     
  4. RobNeil

    RobNeil Forum Resident

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    Midlands, UK
    Happy Mondays at Elland Road, Leeds is the only one that immediately springs to mind.
     
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  5. ajax25

    ajax25 Forum Resident

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    Police Synchronicity DVD, Atlanta 1983. I think they filmed two nights.
     
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  6. Mark B.

    Mark B. Forum Resident

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    Marti Jones at Spirit Square, Charlotte (1990, CD released in 1996).
     
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  7. 56strat

    56strat Forum Resident

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  8. mretrain

    mretrain Forum Resident

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    Ramones at the Glasgow Apollo December 1977
     
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  9. K.K.VanMalmsteen

    K.K.VanMalmsteen Forum Resident

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    Blues Traveler at Mesa Amphitheater, Mesa Arizona 11/19/95, tracks from this show were released on 'Live From the Fall'
    Rush at USA Airways Center, Phoenix Arizona 11/25/12, tracks from this show were released on 'Clockwork Angels Tour Live'
     
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  10. Oatsdad

    Oatsdad Oat, Biscuits and Abbie: Best Dogs Ever

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    Plenty, especially if you count the "official bootlegs" from Pearl Jam and the downloads from Springsteen.

    I think the first concert I attended that got officially released was the Kinks' "The Road", which was partly recorded at a 1987 Maryland show.

    Too many to count since then!
     
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  11. Fletch

    Fletch Forum Resident

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    A Live One was released in 1995 from various 1994 recordings. The Clifford Ball stuff was released in 2009. Great shows though!
     
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  12. Lewisboogie

    Lewisboogie Forum Resident

    R.E.M at Aragon Ballroom, 1984. The show was played on WXRT then eventually released as the bonus disc on the Reckoning deluxe.
     
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  13. maccafan

    maccafan Forum Resident

    WINGS OVER AMERICA!
    June 10, 1976 Seattle Washington The Kingdome! To this very day it's the ABSOLUTE BEST CONCERT I've ever attended! Wings were TIGHT, HOT and ROCKING! PAUL McCARTNEY in his absolute prime!
     
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  14. Jimbino

    Jimbino Goad Kicker, Music Lover

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  15. ggergm

    ggergm E=mc² ±3dB

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    I was at four of the five shows that make up the Grateful Dead Movie.
     
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  16. sleepjar

    sleepjar Forum Resident

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    I saw David Bowie at the Spectrum in Philadelphia, April, 1978, and some of the songs were used on the Stage album.
     
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  17. acetboy

    acetboy Forum Resident

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    Bloomington, IL
    Grateful Dead in Des Moines 1974 and Normal 1978.

    Also in Normal, Il Peter Gabriel. A song was on his first live album.
     
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  18. starfieldroad

    starfieldroad chew up your love then swallow

    probably some of the 1980s King Crimson shows I saw have been released as part of DGM live

    I was at this: Levon Helm, Ramble at the Ryman

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  19. diamondstylus

    diamondstylus Forum Resident

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    I might be a little jealous of this one. :uhhuh:
     
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  20. aphexj

    aphexj Sound mind & body

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    Toronto
    Rush R40 Live! A magical night
     
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  21. Chew

    Chew Casual Stalker

    I was in the crowd in Detroit when they said they were recording KISS Alive III. Not sure how much of the show actually made it to the album though. ;)
     
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  22. Freebird

    Freebird Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    My bad. Thanks for the correction.
     
  23. starfieldroad

    starfieldroad chew up your love then swallow

    Bowie played Philly on 4 nights in 1983, one of which was used for the Modern Love video. I don't have my stub in front of me to determine if it was the night I was there.
     
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  24. rockclassics

    rockclassics Forum Resident

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    Arkansas, USA
    Fleetwood Mac 1979 in St. Louis. Oh Well and Sara were recorded there for the Fleetwood Mac Live album.

    I dont recall that anyone said they were recording that night.
     
  25. AlienRendel

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    Chicago, il
    The Stooges reunion show at Pine Knob that got turned into a DVD and Mike Watt at the Metro in 1995 (with Foo Fighters opening).
     

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