What's Your Favorite Live Concert CD/album ?

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  1. MikeAW

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    Any music genre...which is your all time favorite live album, that you put on to get your motor running ?
     
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    Well it doesn't get my motor running, but I really really love The Cure's Paris.

    But if I wanted to get my motor running the new Nine Inch Nails live: And All That Could Have Been is absolutely fantastic
     
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    Jimi "Prime Time" Smith "Give me Wings"
     
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    John Coltrane- Live At the Village Vanguard

    Yes- Yessongs

    Charles Mingus- Mingus At Antibes; Portrait in Jazz

    Deep Purple- Made In Japan

    Thelonious Monk- Live At the It Club; Jazz Workshop

    Jethro Tull- Bursting Out

    Flower Kings- Alive on the Planet Earth

    Duke Ellington- Newport

    Dreamtheater- Once in a Livetime
     
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    From the 70's
    Kiss - "Alive"
    Aerosmith - "Live Bootleg"
    From the 80's
    Michael Schenker Group - "One Night at Budokan"
    Gary Moore - "Rockin' Every Night: Live in Japan"
    Ozzy Osbourne - "Speak of the Devil"
    Queensryche - "Operation:Mindcrime"
    From the 90's
    Dream Theater - "Once in a Livetime"
    Rush - "Different Stages"
    From the 00's
    ???
     
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    Cheap Trick :At Budokan
     
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    UFO: Strangers in the Night
     
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    Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains The Same

    Pearl Jam: These CD singles that make one long concert that I bought back in the early 90's (Atlanta show, I think)

    All Dave Matthews Band live CDs

    Self-recorded Glen Phillips show (DAT -> CD) / no I can't make copies, sorry (per Glen)

    Live Marcy Playground (soundboard DAT -> CD) / also can't copy per John Wozniak
     
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    Two come to my mind right away...

    The Who - Live at Leeds -- The new 2001 "Deluxe Edition" expands the 1995-6 remaster with the complete performance of Tommy on disc 2. Both halves of the concert are blistering; after all it's The Who!

    George Harrison & Friends - The Concert for Bangladesh -- The first, (and ultimate) all-star benefit concert. George Harrison finally got his chance to shine and he certainly did so. Having Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Bob Dylan, Leon Russell, Billy Preston, Klaus Voorman, Badfinger, and others in the lineup is a real treat as well. And as far as "getting the motor running," Ravi Shankar and Ali Akbar Khan's "Bangla Duhn" to open the show, is full of energy.
     
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    The Police Live 2 cd set. Can't get enough of it. Also Little Feat- Waiting For Columbus, Sting's Bring On the Night. Hell, I could go on for days!!
     
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    S.O.D. Live at Budokan gets my motor going.

    Not for everyone though
     
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    Ani DiFranco - Living in Clip

    Wish she'd do another live disc.
     
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    The Rolling Stones-Get yer Ya Ya's Out. The day Criterion released Gimme Shelter, I was a very happy boy.

    Muddy Waters-Live At Newport 1960

    I also have a Tragically Hip concert that I recorded off the radio that is awesome. The only problem is that half way through somebody at the radio station realised that the Hip swear alot and the second half is censored. Otherwise, this is a great show.

    Regards

    KrisM
     
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    The best live album I have heard is

    Tom Cochrane - The Symphony Sessions

    This was recorded live in Edmonton with the Symphony Orchestra in March 1989. It sounds a little thin but overall a good live recording. The symphony adds a dimension to the music that is hard to beat. Definetley my favorite.

    My second is INXS Live Baby Live. Not great sound but their only official live recording. To bad the newly released DVD isn't in 5.1. No need to purchase it in that case.
     
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    Allman Brothers - At The Fillmore East

    John Coltrane - Live At the Village Vanguard (4 Disc)

    Deep Purple - Made In Japan

    Rolling Stones – Get Your Ya Ya’s Out

    The Who - Live at Leeds (2 Disc)

    Little Feat- Waiting For Columbus

    Wes Montgomery – Smokin’ At The Half Note

    Gov’t Mule – With A Little Help From My Friends…

    Led Zeppelin – BBC Sessions

    Hendrix – In The West

    Hendrix – Band Of Gypsies

    Santana – Lotus

    AC/DC – If You Want Blood…

    Beatles – Live At The Hollywood Bowl

    Grand Funk Railroad – Live Album

    Doors – Absolutely Live

    Guess Who – Live At The Paramount

    Rory Gallagher – Irish Tour

    Rory Gallagher – Live In Europe

    Rory Gallagher – BBC Sessions

    Zappa/Mothers – Live At The Fillmore East

    Zappa/Mothers – Roxy And Elsewhere

    Zappa – In New York

    Poco – De’LIVE’rin

    Humble Pie – Rockin’ The Fillmore

    Neil Young - Live Rust

    To name a few,

    Mark
     
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    Eagles: Hell Freezes Over...damn I love that performance!
    EDIT: IN DTS...of course! [​IMG]
     
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    Yep, Hell Freezes Over is great, especially in DTS. [​IMG]
    Sarah McLachlan - Mirrorball
    Tori Amos - To Venus and back, disc 2 is live
    U2 - Rattle & Hum and Under a Blood Red Sky
    hmmm....
     
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    Paco de Lucia, Al di Meola, John McLaughlin - Friday Night in San Francisco
    Windham Hill - An Evening with Windham Hill Live
    Pink Floyd - P.U.L.S.E.
    -Pieter
     
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    Rolling Stones – Get Your Ya Ya’s Out

    The Who - Live at Leeds (2 Disc)

    Allman Brothers - At The Fillmore East

    Jimi Hendrix - Jimi Plays Monterrey

    Little Feat- Waiting For Columbus
     
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    A big second to the Eagles: Hell Freezes Over.
    Also, a bit below the radar...
    Ricki Lee Jones, Naked Songs. Finely crafted music and top drawer recording.
    [​IMG]
     

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