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In no particular order, list your five favorite live albums.

 

1. Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush Live

 

2. Rush, Different Stages

 

3. Judas Priest, Unleashed in the East

 

4. Gary Moore Essential Montreal

 

5. Joe Bonamassa (pick one, there are so many to choose from).

 

Three honorable mentions would be Johnny Winter, Captured Live, Gary Clark Jr. and Kansas's Two for the Show.

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I've no idea what the situation was as, when I checked in just now, the only person in the entire thread with a minus was - oh; the irony! - YOU!.........Ha! Ha! Ha!.................   ....so I gave

1. Johnny Winter Captured Live! 2. Johnny Winter Captured Live! 3. Johnny Winter Captured Live! 4. Who-Live at Leeds 5. Stones- Get yer Ya ya's out.

Mr Minus doesn't like the Doors then?   How about Little Feat "Waiting For Columbus"? Jeff Beck has made 3 or 4 fine live recordings this century.   I plussed up all the others BTW.

Outlaws, "Bring It Back Alive" (1978)

 

The Allman Brothers Band, "At Fillmore East" (1971)

 

Deep Purple, ‘Made in Japan’ (1972)

 

Sammy Hagar, 'All Night Long" (1978)

 

Lynyrd Skynyrd, "One More From The Road" (1976)

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And I own "All Night Long." Even saw the Red Rocker on that tour.

I saw him on that tour also. Saw him in Macon, Georgia.

Sammy was awesome. And I was very impressed with his guitar playing.

He opened for Boston (I think [confused]).

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I don't want to re-name those already mentioned. Here are some of the best life-altering albums that have not been mentioned yet:

Thin Lizzy "Live and Dangerous"

Blue Oyster Cult "On Your Feet Or On Your Knees"

Pat Travers Band "Go For What You Know"

Led Zeppelin "The Song Remains The Same"

 

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So VER MANY to list.

 

A few off the top without thinking too much and in no particular order;

 

Rory Gallagher : Irish Tour '74.

Deep Purple : Made in Japan.

Queen : Live Killers.

Thin Lizzy : Live and Dangerous.

Eric Clapton : EC was Here.

 

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Love those choices RCT.

 

Have you heard Clapton and Winwood Live from MSG?

There's some good playing on that album.

 

I was wondering when someone was going to post Frampton Comes Alive. That album is so popular. I have it. Have had it for a long time too.

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbvyWRZSyZA

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I saw him on that tour also. Saw him in Macon, Georgia.

Sammy was awesome. And I was very impressed with his guitar playing.

He opened for Boston (I think [confused]).

 

First "big act" I ever saw. 14 Year's old, Toronto, August 1978 opening for Boston.

My five would be:

Ted Nugent, Double Live Gonzo,

Rush, Exit Stage Left (actually pressed my own copy when I worked at a record plant)

Blue Oyster Cult, Some Enchanted Evening

Led Zeppelin, How the West Was Won

Kiss Alive II

 

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Live at the Royal Albert Hall - Jimi Hendrix Experience

Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out - Rolling Stones

Live Dates Vol 1 - Wishbone Ash

Live - Robin Trower

Just One Night - Eric Clapton

All on vinyl and get played often, it's difficult to pick just 5 but a lot of the albums mentioned in this thread are in my collection too.

There's a lot of great music out there!

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