Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Freebird, Jan 9, 2020.
The Clash Live at Shea 1982
Wozzeck.. possibly by the Houston Symphony... not sure which day I went or which day was recorded...
Grateful Dead 3/30/90
Several Phish shows - I'm pretty sure I'm in the blurred photo in the gatefold of A Live One
Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert
I saw Van Halen at the Star Pavilion in 1998 and they kicked ass. And it was broadcast on Westwood One which is the next best thing to an official release so my story is even relevant to the thread for once.
I'm sure there were some good shows there - I enjoyed Bowie!
But it was still a bizarre "venue", since it really was just a stage and chairs in a parking lot!
Even regular Hershey stadium was pretty weird. I agree with you though, it was the Hershey stadium stage aiming backwards into a parking lot which is even weirder.
I wish I could have seen some of the arena shows across the parking lot. Rush and Metallica in their prime.
Yeah, I've never been to a show at the arena - neither the original one or the Giant Center.
Actually didn't realize until I did a quick search that they're not the same building! I thought Giant was the same ancient venue where Wilt scored 100 points!
I attended Wilco's New Orleans show that was one of a couple of 5 concerts represented in this road doc that's always overshadowed by I Am Trying to Break Your Heart...MP3s of all the tracks were downloadable for free with a code in the DVD purchase, so it was sort of a digital album, too.
Wilco Live: Ashes of American Flags - Wikipedia
I saw Climax Blues Band at the Academy of Music in NYC in 1973. FM Live was the double album that was released.
Part of Depeche Mode's Pittsburgh show I attended in 1988 made it into the "101" movie.
Monty Python at the Hollywood Bowl
Rolling Stones - "You Gotta Move" - LA Forum , Live in 1975.
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