Peter Frampton Live
Bob Seger Live Bullet
Courtesy and Goodwill
Ooh, live albums are great fun to listen to. My favorites:
Smashing Pumpkins - Live at the Cabaret Metro
Smashing Pumpkins - Tune in, Turn on, Rawk out (it's an Australian import of an acoustic radio performance)
Depeche Mode - 101
Nine Inch Nails and David Bowie - Children of the Night
Ween - Live in Chicago
Nirvana - Unplugged in NYC
Alice in Chains - Unplugged
Eric Clapton - Unplugged
Roy Orbison and Friends - Black and White Night
When I'm 64
Bill Kirchen - Hot Rod Lincoln Live (most of it is just ok, but I love the live version that he does of Hot Rod Lincoln)
Allman Brothers Band - The Fillmore Concerts and 2nd Set
John Prine Live
Frampton comes alive for sure
Dean Martin - anything live (im getting the Las vegas stuff now)
Rat Pack (anything0
Bryan Adams (I think it was MTV unplugged)
I think there are some bands who sound better live than in the studo. One band that immediately comes to mind in this category is J. Geils Band. I love their "Blow Your Face Out" and "Full House" redcordings, but their studio stuff does nothing for me.
Obviously, Kiss "Alive" and "Frampton Comes Alive" are classics. I think just about everybody in my generation (40-something) had those albums.
Some of my other faves:
Allman Bros. - "Live at the Fillmore East"
Roy Buchanan - "Livestock"
Neil Young - "Live Rust"
Genesis - "Seconds Out"
Morrissey - "Live at Earl's Court"
The Who - "Live at Leeds"
Lynyrd Skynyrd - "One More From the Road"
Yes - "Yessongs"
Rush - "All the World's a Stage"
Joe Jackson - "Live 1980/86"
Metallica - "S & M"
Oooh, the Unplugged albums cited above..
MrBeefy (how can you not laugh at that name? ) ... I, too, love Yessongs.
Queensryche's Operation LiveCrime makes my playing rotation quite often, too.
The Ramones "It's Alive" is my favourite live album
Ditto to Eric Clapton Unplugged, but I also really like Simon and Garfunkel Concert in Central Park. I prefer listening to the live versions of those songs any day of the week.
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