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shows you wish you could attend again

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by runmikeyrun, Nov 18, 2012.


  1. runmikeyrun

    runmikeyrun

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    For me, the Megadeth tour a couple years ago with Rust In Piece played in it's entirety is definitely one I wish I could attend again.

    Tool on the Undertow tour.

    Primus at Ozzfest in Vancouver, early 2000s. Amazing vibe with 1000s of people all pogoing.

    Cave In, Jupiter tour, Euclid Tavern (Cleveland) with the best Dazed and Confused cover, ever.

    Carcass tour I saw a couple years back. Absolutely amazing.

    Green Day, Dookie tour, outdoor venue, spring, senior year, perfect weather, and all my friends were there.

    Obituary, Cleveland Agora, early/mid 90s. Most brutal show I've ever attended, two broken legs in the pit that night.

    Page/Plant, early/mid 90s. Amazing show. I still hate Rusted Root (they opened)

    Then a bunch of local shows that I saw as a teenager; too many to list.
     
  2. Tituscrow

    Tituscrow Banned

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    Metallica and Anthrax at the Hammersmith Palais in 1985.

    Primus at the Buckley Tivoli - tiny little club in North Wales - on the Seas Of Cheese Tour

    Dillinger Escape Plan, Manchester Academy, 2 years ago

    Faith No More with Chuck Moseley on the Introduce Yourself tour, again at the Tivoli.

    Donington 1985 - Metallica below Ratt, Bon Jovi and Marillion, headlined by ZZ Top

    Slayer and Nuclear Assault - Manchester Apollo - Reign In Blood tour

    All 12 Meshuggah shows I've seen...

    ...and like the OP, many, many more....
     
  3. jphovercraft

    jphovercraft

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    -King Crimson at Camp Fortune, Quebec in '84. Outdoors, perfect weather, natural ampitheatre, perfect sound ...

    -XTC at The Edge, Toronto, '79

    -Van Morrison and the Caledonia Soul Orchestra, Convocation Hall, Toronto '73

    -The Band, Borough of York Stadium, Toronto, '71

    -Mahavishnu Orchestra, Convocation Hall, '73

    -King Crimson/Procol Harum double bill at Massey Hall. Toronto, '71

    -Return to Forever/Weather Report double bill, Massey Hall, probably '72

    -King Crimson, The Warehouse, Toronto, 2000 ... Trey Gun and Pat Mastelotto were simply amazing ... and at Massey Hall 2003 ... same lineup doing the material from their last studio album, The Power to Believe.

    -Jeff Beck/Eric Clapton double bill, Air Canada Centre, Toronto, 2010

    -Rockpile/Mink DeVille/Elvis Costello and the Attractions TRIPLE bill at Massey Hall, '78. Midnight show ... went on until almost 4 AM
     
  4. Rip Topaz

    Rip Topaz

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    Steve Vai at the Chameleon Club here in Lancaster, PA a few weeks ago. I was front row right in front of Steve the whole show, and being in such a small club, it was just an amazing show.

    Mr. Big at the Metron club in Harrisburg, PA on their first tour. Got to meet and hang out with Billy earlier that day, just an awesome show.

    Motley Crüe 2011. I've seen them six times, but last years tour with Poison and the Dolls was the best I've seen.

    Day of Fire- a great band, saw them a bunch of times before they broke up. Wish they'd put out another album.
     
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  6. Jim Nazium

    Jim Nazium Supporting Member

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan in the UCSD college gym in '84 or '85.
     
  7. Kmonk

    Kmonk

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    Queen, Saw them July 23, 1982 at Boston Garden.
    Paul McCartney, Saw him September 26, 2005 at TD Garden in Boston
    J. Geils Band I saw them in 1979
     
  8. gjbassist

    gjbassist Supporting Member

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    Springsteen at Soldier Field in the summer of 85.
     
  9. fjadams

    fjadams

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    First Woodstock again, and actually get close enough to the stage to see the musicians. Oh, And actually be able to see what I was seeing, but then again, it was the 60s and seeing what you could see was not a requirement.
     
  10. Ewo

    Ewo a/k/a Steve Cooper Supporting Member

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    Freekbass at the V Club in Huntington WV, Hallowe'en a couple years ago.

    Roland Kirk with Elvin Jones (!) at Monmouth Mall in Eatontown NJ, way back in the '60s.

    Charles Mingus at (IIRC) the Village Vanguard in (IIRC) '72.

    Miles Davis at Lincoln Center in (IIRC) '72.


    (Yah, an odd assortment. But I have odd taste in music.)
     
  11. Rockbassist4

    Rockbassist4

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    Queen 1982
    Cheap Trick 1979
    KISS 1978
    OZZY with Motley Crue
    Black Sabbath with Quiet Riot
     
  12. The Owl

    The Owl

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    Return to Forever 1975

    Larry Coryell - Eleventh House 1976

    Tower of Power 1978

    Brand X 1978

    Magma 2003

    Genesis 1977

    Joni Mitchell 1983

    David Torn with Bill Bruford and Mick Karn 1988

    King Crimson 1981

    Oregon 1982, playing in a natural history museum of all things! I was half expecting one of the stuffed bears or elk to wander out into the audience.
     
  13. Waldo19

    Waldo19

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    Rage Against the Machine with At the Drive-In - 1999

    2 Skinnee J's - 2003
     
  14. David Jayne

    David Jayne

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    Pink Floyd in 1989, and, The Grateful Dead.......whenever that was.....
    Oh, Fleetwood Mac and Heart, at the ol' Hartford Civic Center, back in the day......
    David Bowie......many others.
     
  15. MJ5150

    MJ5150 Terrific Twister Supporting Member

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    Kix, Tesla, Great White. Daytona Beach 1989.

    -Mike
     
  16. Misfit

    Misfit

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    Pantera - Extreme Steel tour (There final tour)
     
  17. murphy

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    Black Uhuru

    Glastonbury 1985
     
  18. warnergt

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    Robin Trower with James Dewar

    Live Aid
     
  19. DethByDoom

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    The Ramones in NYC, 95.

    Nirvana in NYC, 93.
     
  20. ffutterman

    ffutterman Talentless Bass Enthusiast Supporting Member

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    Pearl Jam - Philly in October, 2003.

    It was some Mother Love Bone anniversary so they played a ton of rare stuff, including the 6th time they'd ever played Crown Of Thorns live. I didn't know enough of their deep cuts to fully appreciate the show at the time.
     
  21. mpace

    mpace

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    Black Crowes- 1993 Hartford, CT, 1995? New Haven, CT 1996 Wallingford, CT
    Rolling Stones 1998 NYC, 2003 Hartford, CT
    Joe Sample 2001, NYC
    Wilco New Jersey 2006
    Pavement Hartford, CT Lollapalooza 1995
    Pearl Jam 1998 Hartford, CT
    Phish 1997 New Haven, CT
    Chris Robinson Brotherhood 2012 Ridgefield, CT
    Matthew Sweet NYC 2004, 2006?
    Grateful Dead Highgate, VT 1995 (only saw two shows from '95 and even though it was the end I'd still like to experience it again)
    Built to Spill 2010 New Haven CT, Cape Cod, Mass
    Slayer 2010 Hartford, CT
    Other Ones 1998? Hartford, CT
    Just some of many good ones that I've been lucky to see-
     

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