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What's your Favorite Live Album?

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macandkanga  
7 Jan 2015 12:11 | Quote
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Here's my list. I was listening to the Sinner from Unleashed in the East last night and decided I would listen to the whole album. Then I thought of what would be my top 5.


1. Kiss Alive
While I'm not a huge Kiss fan, the Kiss Alive album is by far my favorite. I was looking at a lot of "top live album" lists on the internet and this Kiss album shows up in almost everyone.

2. Judas Priest - Unleashed in the East
As a young metal guitarist there was nothing better to play along with than this album. Pretending I was KK Downing or Glen Tipton.

3. UFO - Strangers in the Night
UFO was at the top of their game on this tour. My favorite epic solo is also on this album. Michael Schenker takes you on a Journey with his solo on Rock Bottom.

4. Deep Purple - Made in Japan
Highway Star, Child in Time, Space Truckin, Lazy. I like to play along with this one too.

5. Rush - All the World's a Stage
3 dudes in 1976 producing sound like an orchestra. This is an epic album that you have to sit and actively listen to. I can't play this one in it's entirety as background music.

What are yours and why?
btimm  
8 Jan 2015 21:53 | Quote
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I've never been a huge fan of live albums. I think that is probably a product of being born in 1981, lol. It seems many of the fans of live music CDs listen to classic rock or jazz. Anyways, I did have two when I was younger. My favorite for sure was Pantera's "101 Proof". I had Metallica's "Live **: Binge and Purge" as well and enjoyed that album.
MoshZilla1016  
9 Jan 2015 17:22 | Quote
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Hey guys.Been a while. Lots of changes in my life. My top 5

1. Megadeth - That One Night

2. UFO - Strangers In The Night

3. Rush - All The Worlds A Stage

4. Grand Funk Railroad - Live

5. Humble Pie - Rocking The Fillmore
macandkanga  
10 Jan 2015 14:51 | Quote
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Good to see you Mosh! I'm not a huge fan of live albums either btim but the 5 I mentioned are the ones I listen to.

Another one I like is Friday night in San francisco with DiMeola, Paco, and McLauglin.
MoshZilla1016  
12 Jan 2015 16:42 | Quote
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Beacon Theatre: Live from New York - Joe Bonamassa
Add this to my list
Guitarslinger124  
12 Jan 2015 18:38 | Quote
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Pantera, "Official Live: 101 Proof".
dr_pt  
3 Apr 2015 18:39 | Quote
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ZZTop! Fandango.
I saw them live both pre- and post-beards.
That album LP nails it.
Empirism  
5 Apr 2015 01:55 | Quote
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MoshZilla1016 says:
Beacon Theatre: Live from New York - Joe Bonamassa!


Oh maan what a performance! I also dig royal Albert hall gig.
Empirism  
5 Apr 2015 02:08 | Quote
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My list without any order is

Iced Earth - live in ancient kourion and gig without album, metal camp open air 2008

Omnia - Pagan Folk Lore

Loreena McKennitt - Nights from Alhambra

Stray cats - Live in Montreux (1981), also Brian's lately releases with the orchestra rock darn hard

Hanoi Rocks - All those wasted years


goddamit, i have to name one fantastic DVD with special Place in my heart...

Nightwish - End of an era. (After tarja left, I stopped listening this band, today I have hope again... I welcome you Floor Jansen!!)




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