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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Deluge Of Sound, Apr 1, 2009.
The Live Album Edition.
My pick has got to be The Allman Brothers Live At The Filmore.
I'm gonna go with Iron Maiden - Live After Death
Matisyahu - Live At Stubb's
Moe. - Warts and All vol 2 or 5
Sorry,gotta answer with two:
For my brain and soul:YESSONGS
For my gut:John Lee Hooker-Live at the Cafe Au Go- Go
Either The Who Live at Leeds or The Allman Brothers Live at the Filmore.
Wilco Kicking Television, live in Chicago
one that was never recorded.
when i was in college i got to see bela and company open up for dave matthews. obviously bela (& co.) and dave (& co.) were amazing. but it was a new years eve bash. dmb took a break just before midnight. after the clock struck and the balloons fell the dmb came back out on stage and played a song. then they invited bela and played a song or three. then they brought out the wind guy touring the bela and played a song or three. then the same for victor. then the same for future man. so now we have all 9 guys on stage just jamming out. most amazing show i've ever been to. i wish they would have released even part of it.
Since this group never released a studio album, I'll take:
The Billy Cobham/George Duke Band- Live On Tour in Europe
Throw in Alphonso Johnson and John Scofield and you have one hell of a lineup.
The Who-Live At Leeds (extended version of course)
Best Live Album Ever. No Question.
It's probably the best album ever!
Fred Eaglesmith - Ralph's last show
I think I'd have to go with BB King Live at the Regal. Not just my favorite live album, but easily one of my favorite albums ever.
For me it would be a struggle between Rush's "Exit Stage Left" and Level 42's "A Physical Presence".
KISS ALIVE - on musical integrity, i just like it.
One is not enough.
Allman Brothers-"Live At The Filmore East"
Little Feat-"Waiting For Columbus"
Jimi Hendrix-"Band Of Gypsy's"
Who-"Live At Leeds"
John Mayer Trio-"Try"
Fab. T-Birds-"Live Bootleg"
Just a few.
If you put a gun to my head?
The ABB is #1.
+ 1 for Allmans at Filmore. The magic happened that night for sure
The Last Waltz wasn't too shabby.
Deep Purple - Made in Europe.
New Model Army - ...And Nobody Else
Exit...Stage Left - Rush