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Old 09-05-2009, 05:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Greatest Live Albums of the 60`s and 70`s

Peoples thoughts, on some of the great live albums of this period.

Some of my greats are as follows:

Who-Live at Leeds
Deep Purple-Made in Japan
Cheap Trick-At the Budokan
MC5-Kick Out the Jams
Humble Pie-Rockin`the Fillmore
Tubes-What Do You Want from Live
Yes-Yessongs
Neil Young-Live Rust
Blue Oyster Cult-On Your Feet or on Your Knees

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Old 09-05-2009, 05:45 AM   #2 (permalink)
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LOL, I'm not allowed to post links yet.

Amazon has a selection of those, just Google them.

My personal favorites are from Queen (Wembley) and Pink Floyd had some great shows.

I also love Bob Marley and the Wailers Live at the Rainbow.

Also anything pretty much from CCR be it studio or live albums make the grade for me.
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LOL, I'm not allowed to post links yet.

Amazon has a selection of those, just Google them.

My personal favorites are from Queen (Wembley) and Pink Floyd had some great shows.

I also love Bob Marley and the Wailers Live at the Rainbow.

Also anything pretty much from CCR be it studio or live albums make the grade for me.
Thre`s a great live album by Bob Marley at the Lyceum, do you mean this one?
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Thre`s a great live album by Bob Marley at the Lyceum, do you mean this one?
This is a great one too (dumb I forgot to mention it seeing that I have this album too), but I meant the one at London's Rainbow Theater in 1977.
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Greatest? Humble Pie - Rockin' The Fillmore. (Vinyl is the best, if you can find a nice copy!)
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Greatest? Humble Pie - Rockin' The Fillmore. (Vinyl is the best, if you can find a nice copy!)
I heard this album for the first time only a couple of years ago despite having heard the rest of their stuff yonks ago, agree its amazing and a live album never to forget and showcases the bands hot and sweaty sound.
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You can never fail with Springsteen & E Street Band live, so "Live At The Hammersmith '75" and "Live 75-85"

Bob Dylan - The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live 1966, The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert, all Bootleg series are supreme, but this is the best for my money.

Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison/San Quentin

Neil Young - Live at Massey Hall 1971

David Bowie - Stage.....now apparently the original version wasn't liked, but I only had the 2004 which I like, so yeah, good stuff.

James Brown - Live at the Apollo
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Metallic K.O. by Iggy and the Stooges
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Anything by Hendrix, whether its studio or live is always outstanding.
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You can never fail with Springsteen & E Street Band live, so "Live At The Hammersmith '75" and "Live 75-85"

Bob Dylan - The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live 1966, The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert, all Bootleg series are supreme, but this is the best for my money.

Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison/San Quentin

Neil Young - Live at Massey Hall 1971

David Bowie - Stage.....now apparently the original version wasn't liked, but I only had the 2004 which I like, so yeah, good stuff.

James Brown - Live at the Apollo
This is a good selection, especially throwing Bowie in there.
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