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post #46 of 166
counting crows - live across a wire
post #47 of 166
Daft Punk - Alive
B.B. King and Friends - A night of blistering blues
post #48 of 166
'Delicate Sound of Thunder' Pink Floyd (obviously like 'Pulse' too).

'Hell Freezes Over' Eagles
post #49 of 166
Not really big on live albums, though I'm a fan of Nils Petter Molvær's Streamer, as well as all those fusion-era Miles Davis records.
post #50 of 166
The Allman Brothers Band - At Fillmore East
Bill Evans - The Complete Village Vanguard Recordings
Buddy Guy - Live: The Real Deal
Cheap Trick - Live at Budokan
Charlie Parker & Dizzie Gillespie - Diz n' Bird at Carnegie Hall
Frank Sinatra - Sinatra at the Sands
John Coltrane - The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings
John Coltrane - Live in Seattle
John Coltrane - One Down, One Up: Live at the Half Note
John Coltrane with Thelonius Monk - The Thelonius Monk Quartet with John Coltrane: Live at Carnegie Hall
Della Reese - A Date With Della Reese at Mister Kelly's
Gary Moore - Blues Alive
Jeff Buckley - Live at Sin-é
Jimi Hendrix - Live at the Fillmore East
Jimi Hendrix - Live at Woodstock
Judy Garland - Judy at Carnegie Hall
Kiss - Alive!
Keith Jarrett - The Köln Concert
Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus
Luther Allison - Live in Chicago
Miles Davis - In Person: Friday and Saturday Nights at the Blackhawk
Miles Davis - The Cellar Door Sessions
Miles Davis - Agharta
Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters - Blues Guitar Virtuoso Live in Europe
Roy Buchanan - Live Stock
Sonny Landreth - Grant Street
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Live at Montreux
The Who - Live at Leeds
Sarah Vaughan - At Mister Kelly's
Shirley Horn - I Thought About You
Vladimir Horowitz - Horowitz Live and Unedited

--Jerome
post #51 of 166
I'm new to it- see 'Recommend me next Bruce Springsteen album after Darkness On the Edge Of Town (paraphrased)- but I'm surprised it' not been mentioned yet as it s phenominal, both in music, quality of performance, and the crowd/vibe. Brilliant!

Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band- Hammersmith Odeon London 75
post #52 of 166
Bruce Hornsby - Here come the noise makers double cd live! Great production and performance.
post #53 of 166
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The Cure - In Orange
Cocteau Twins - BBC Sessions
I cant find "in orange" as an album anywhere.. is it a video only?

never mind, found it, oop.
post #54 of 166
Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band- Hammersmith Odeon London 75.
Nils Lofgren - Acoustic Live.
As a couple of guys have already mentioned Amazing stuff, the live DVD from the Bruce concert is also pretty good!
post #55 of 166
Though sold on DVD, I thoroughly enjoyed Live at Slane Castle by the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
post #56 of 166
maanu chao - radio bemba soundsystem is one of my favorites
post #57 of 166
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Though sold on DVD, I thoroughly enjoyed Live at Slane Castle by the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Is Anthony's singing good right threw?
He sings at least one song badly what I've experienced
post #58 of 166
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Is Anthony's singing good right threw?
He sings at least one song badly what I've experienced
I know what you mean. His singing, certainly pre-By The Way era, could be very hit and miss live. However, his singing on Slane is nearly, note for note, the quality he produces on record. For him, it's very strong and inspired and really increases the impact of the band as a whole; everyone's delivering.

I've seen the Chili's live twice, once in 2004 (not supporting a new release or of any particular theme) and the other in 2006 (supporting their last record, Stadium Arcadium). The first occasion I saw them in 2004, though Slane was performed the previous summer, Anthony's voice was a little weak and off and I was disappointed with the gig in this repect. That, and the set was heavily predominated with material from Californication and I would of preferred much more diversity, really, across their discography (still bugs me they don't play any numbers from 'One Hot Minute' anymore).
The second occasion I saw them, all four members were on fire and flying! Kiedis sang the best I've heard from him! Literally, a stunning gig! Fresh material, cohesive, dynamic, inspired band, great sound reproduction/no technical *****-ups...top quality!

Anecdote aside, Anthony sings excellently on Slane.
post #59 of 166
Have to check it out

Missed them when they were here last year(?) wasn't that big of a fan back then, hope they will comeback on another tour
post #60 of 166
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Have to check it out

Missed them when they were here last year(?) wasn't that big of a fan back then, hope they will comeback on another tour
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