Ok, here's the game. You name 3 of your most cherished live albums of any kind as well as 2 of you favorite DVDs of live shows. Then, if you want to, tell why you chose them over the others in your collection. If you buy live CDs and all that mess. So here goes... CDs: 1) Queen - Live Killers. Quite simply the best live CD I've heard, even those from my friends collection. Really shows off Freddie's ability to sway audiences with his voice and charisma, as well as the unity of the band. 2) Rush - Different Stages. Great songs played great live. That's about as good as I can put it. The band alters songs to give new life to them. It's also awesome to hear the fans scream "Hey!" in the breaks towards the end of the Overture from 2112. 3) Metallica - S&M. Very cool CD. Nice to hear how active Metallica is live, and how the manage to breathe new life into older songs. I love the idea of adding the symphony to hard rock. DVDs 1) Concert for New York City: Quite simply an awesome show...Billy Joel, Clapton, The Who, Sir Paul...and many more...it's really a good show of the attitudes right after the September 11th attacks. 2) Tribute to Freddie Mercuy DVD: Robert Plant sings "Crazy Little Thing Called Love." What? You're still reading this? Go buy it! Oddly enough, John Deacon's "Another One Bites The Dust" was absent from the set list. There are mine...where are yours?