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Thread: Best Live Albums (double or single)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma Teng Fei View Post
    Hendrix Band of Gypsys

    maybe the best.
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    and for me


    Great one. Here's another Zappa: Do the mudshark bay bee!


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    Quote Originally Posted by crossfire View Post
    When it comes to the Stones, you can't go wrong with Get Yer Ya Yas Out but there is a great one that you may never have yeard.

    Brussels Affair by the Stones was a must have for bootleggers for years but has recently had an official release.

    Wow, looked at this thread first thoughts were for those LPs, Bedspring Symphony another bootleg from the Brussels Affairs source.

    The Triffids Live in Stockholm is another very good live LP, apart from the others mentioned here. The Jerry Lee Lewis in Amsterdam great LP, any of the various ACDC stuff with Bon Scott is great. Cold Chisel; Barking Spiders is awesome; little known band with fantastic songs and a great band from the lead singer down.

    Edit: ACDC and Cold Chisel were around at the same time in Australia - the lead singer of Cold Chisel has Scottish background like Accadacca and the band members from each of them were friendly with each other. Arguably Chisel have the better songs...certainly Chisel were more popular in this country than ACDC whose popularity is obviously huge here. Barking Spiders matches any live LP ACDC have made; great LP from an under-rated band.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BushyTheBeaver View Post
    While I'm sure it's a great album, I'll see your "no contest" and double it.



    Love that one myself.

    Throwing these into the mix.





    'Mary Had A Little Lamb' is just insane on this


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    This also gets my vote, in addition to one of my favorite album covers ever
    I always preferred the RJ Dio version of Black Sabbath, imo

    Also for those that don't know, their songs are represented on the front, ie. 'War Pigs', 'Heaven & Hell', 'Neon Knights', etc


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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive View Post
    This is for my tapatalk buddy jetswin







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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma Teng Fei View Post
    Hendrix Band of Gypsys
    Three resounding yeses


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    Disclaimer: I'm not saying these guys were any good or anything - just throwing this out there to see if anyone else remembers these guys, an album hearkening back to my 80s heavy metal days.... . But for some reason I still remember a lot of these songs off this album



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    More recent, but still kickass:


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    Somewhat obscure, but there's a lot of great tracks on here that are really well done.



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    Im just throwing this stuff out here as I remember it....I dont care if you guys like it or not


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    Cheap Trick Live at Budokan. I only submit this because the "hits" off this album sound better and are more popular than the studio songs. Also KISS Alive with Rock and Roll all Night, rarely do you hear the studio version.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nyahay bus View Post
    Great one. Here's another Zappa: Do the mudshark bay bee!

    That was my first mothers album; 1972. I got the dough for that one because my mother liked the Turtles.

    Frank Zappa and the Turtles, Mom. Can't go wrong; I'll mow the yard next week.


    (Did I really sell my soul for $3.50? Someday I'll find out)

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