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

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by JohnnyQuest, Apr 8, 2015.

  1. Surly

    Surly Bon Viv-oh-no-he-didn't

    Los Angeles, CA
    I listened to Radiohead's I Might Be Wrong live EP today and Certifiable by The Police about a week ago.
  2. Mylene

    Mylene Forum Resident

    Ernie Watts. Worst Stones sideman. Ever.
  3. ManFromCouv

    ManFromCouv Employee #3541

    The Who - Isle Of Wight 1970
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  4. mestreech

    mestreech Forum Resident

    Bowie - the live boot from the Station to Station box.
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  5. gramfan

    gramfan Forum Resident

    John Mayall-Jazz/Blues fusion.....what a cooking l.p......had me grooving....
  6. jupiter8

    jupiter8 Forum Resident

    NJ, USA
    David Bowie-Stage...love it
  7. Deryl Johnson

    Deryl Johnson Well-Known Member

    Western New York
    Dylan and the Dead

    MONOLOVER Forum Resident

    Zappa/Mothers side of "Sometime in New York City". Good stuff :)

  9. Sprocket Henry

    Sprocket Henry Forum Resident

    Loose Fur - live show #2 December 2002.

    A mixing desk recording of one of only three shows that Loose Fur played (one in 2000, two in 2002). The group comprised of two members of Wilco (Jeff Tweedy and Glenn Kotche) and Jim O'Rourke. The live version of "The Chelsea Walls Theme" is a glorious ten-minute plus guitar skronk epic. The audience reaction is mostly euphoric, though there's a fair chunk of bemused old-school Wilco fans who were probably expecting to hear "Casino Queen" played; instead they get Loose Fur material and a lovely Bil Fay cover.

    It would have been great if they'd supported 2006's Born Again In The USA, but given O'Rourke had quit Sonic Youth and was by this point living in Japan it would have been logistically challenging.
  10. jimdavies111

    jimdavies111 Active Member

    NYC, USA
    Renaissance "Carnegie Hall".
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  11. Sprocket Henry

    Sprocket Henry Forum Resident

    I love that album. Freddy Robinson on guitar and Clifford Solomon on tenor sax!
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  12. gd0

    gd0 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies

    Golden Gate
  13. mrharry

    mrharry New Member

    jane - live at home (2-lp)
  14. Mother

    Mother Forum Resident

    McCartney's Back in the World. Loved it.
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  15. Harry Krishner

    Harry Krishner Forum Resident

    Wings Over America
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  16. Dave

    Dave Esoteric Audio Research Specialistâ„¢

    Greater Vancouver
    The Last Waltz
  17. Tristero

    Tristero Forum Resident

    Maybe I lower my standards a bit when I enjoy the performances (i.e. early King Crimson live releases), but this one sounds pretty good to my ears, better than something like Gong est Mort, IMO. Worth grabbing, if you can find it.
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  18. Classicrock

    Classicrock Forum Resident

    South West, UK.
    Procol Harum - Live In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. (Let Them Eat Vinyl).
  19. Rubberpigg

    Rubberpigg Forum Resident

  20. gramfan

    gramfan Forum Resident

    ..and Blue Mitchell and Larry Taylor!
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  21. No Bull

    No Bull Forum Resident

    Throwing copper.
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  22. 007james

    007james Forum Resident

    Lately, when it comes to Live, I tend to go with DVD/Blu-Ray video, latest, Stones in TX 78
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  23. ZBDMiller

    ZBDMiller geared for synchromesh

    Worthing, UK
    Gamma - Concert Classics

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  24. daytripper09

    daytripper09 Well-Known Member

    Renaissance at the Academy of Music,1974, a concert that I attended & can hear myself in the crowd at the end of each song.:biglaugh:
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  25. Marzz

    Marzz Forum Resident

    Ah! Always gets me reminiscing! Thin Lizzy - Live and Dangerous

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