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post #31 of 166
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Pink Floyd - Pulse
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Radiohead - I might Be Wrong
thanks, hadn't heard of those two. will try and get them later today.
this is why i love and hate the music forum.
i hear about new stuff
i buy it
i love it
my wallet doesnt.
post #32 of 166
Neil Young - Live at Massey Hall
post #33 of 166
Stereophonics - Live from Dakota
My Morning Jacket - Okonokos
John Mayer - Where The Light Is
post #34 of 166
i'm also quite fond of live at jittery joes by jeff mangum. small intimate set performed soon before in the areoplane over the sea came out. it has many songs that were heard for the first time ever that would eventually make their way on in the areoplane over the sea.
post #35 of 166
The following spent some major time on the turntable (or in the 8-Track).
Skynyrd -- One More from the Road
Ramones -- It's Alive
Robin Trower Live
Mothers at the Fillmore East
LZ -- Song Remains the Same
post #36 of 166
Allison Krauss & Union Station - Live
Harry Belafonte - Live at Carnegie Hall
Neil Young - Live at Massey Hall
Boz Scaggs - Greatest Hits Live
Diana Krall - Live in Paris
Bob Dylan - Live at Albert Hall
Various Artists - Live at the Beacon Theater
Natlie Merchant - Live in Concert
post #37 of 166
Curtis Mayfield - Curtis Live!
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Nirvana Unplugged
Eric Clapton Unplugged
Tesla Five Man Acoustical Jam
post #39 of 166
Van Morrison - It's Too Late To Stop Now

Sam Cooke - Live at the Harlem Square Club

Jerry Lee Lewis - Live at the Star Club, Hamburg

Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane - …at Carnegie Hall

John Coltrane - Live at the Village Vanguard

Erykah Badu - Live

James Brown - Sex Machine: Recorded Live At Home In Augusta, Georgia With His Bad Self
post #40 of 166
i'd go for

Yes - Yessongs , beautiful triple LP
Iron Maiden - Live after death - one of the most influential lives in metal, a genre and culture where concerts are probably more important than studio albums
post #41 of 166
ive yet to hear a live album id buy, just dont like the sound, dunno why
post #42 of 166
[QUOTE=tru blu;4671325]Van Morrison - It's Too Late To Stop Now

Great pick!
post #43 of 166
I can't believe no one has mentioned The Who - Live at Leeds
post #44 of 166
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Keith Jarrett - Koln Concert
Keith Jarrett - Solo Concerts
Allmans - Live at Fillmore
Sonny ROllins - A Night at the Vanguard
John Coltrane - Live at Birdland
The Who - Live at Leeds
The Band - Last Waltz
Bill Evans - Sunday at the Vanguard / Waltz for Debby
live at leeds was mentioned on the first page of the thread.
post #45 of 166
Porcupine Tree - Arriving Somewhere
Currently only available as a DVD at retail, but the band does offer digital downloads of the audio on their website. Porcupine Tree
If your not familiar with these guys, I would recommend checking them out, some of the finest rock available today.
And here is a quote from allmusic.com regarding their latest studio release "Fear of a Blank Planet":
"Even still, the cerebral, atmospheric sound on this album remains enormously compelling from almost the first moment. While there is no "radio single" on the disc -- certainly nothing with a conventional pop arc like Lightbulb Sun or "Trains" -- most songs transcend their complex structure and feel as provocative as any traditional rock tune."
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