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Old 13th April 2003, 12:46 PM   #71
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Alot of good ones! Can't pick favorites, so I'll just try and add a couple newer ones, even though I love the old stuff.

Tragically hip- Live between us (Canadian rockers- Find them!)

Government Mule- Live with a little help from our freinds (excellent recording! Southern rock at it's finest)

Natalie Merchant_ Live in New York - Small venue, beautiful recording

And hey, let's not forget the guys that started this whole "unplugged" thing:
Tesla- Five man acoustic jam

I love live, direct 2 track recordings, minimally mixed- like most of the 60's blue note stuff, but a newer one that's excellent is:
Big Head Todd and the monsters- Songs from a midnight radio.
Very real recordings. When I build a new speaker, this is usually the first one in, or Billie's best (Holliday, that is). The way music should be recorded! Image depth=wow. Ignore this last one if you want a presentation that seems like you've got you're ear on the guitar, or you're head in the piano though.
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Old 13th April 2003, 01:07 PM   #72
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Jethro Tull - "Bursting Out" (sounds way better on LP than CD....)
Peter Gabriel - "Secret World Live"
Frank Zappa - everything he played live
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Old 20th June 2003, 04:56 AM   #73
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Default Roxy Music: Viva!

Great live crowd atmosphere, Roxy’s best songs in a more 'rocky' way, very lively performances eg Eno’s synths, great drumming, Eddie Jobson’s soul stirring electric violin.
Short but very sweet

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nobody says anything about
iron maiden - live after death
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harmonies!
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Portishead Live Roseland NYC
amazing album, more enjoyable than any of their studio efforts
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Yes, the MTV unplugged Nirvana is very good, and I also love the Family Values Tour 1999...you guys have probably never heard it, doesn't seem like you listen to hard rock lol. Maybe I'm wrong...
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Frank Zappa's Make A Jazz Noise Here
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NIRVANA NIRVANA NIRVANA NIRVANA NIRVANA





That and i have PinkFloyd Live The Wall. PANTARA Live 101 Hell Ya Oh does anyone know if MotorHead has i live cd??? must have
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Old 24th June 2003, 08:46 AM   #79
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One for Peter Daniel

Die Toten Hosen: Bis Zum Bitteren Ende

but please put the effort in to find it on vinyl, so much more life than the cd version (even on my parents crappy 3 in 1).

A brilliant live album, you can almost feel the crowdsurfers and smell the beer.

Also fond of Deep Purple "Nobody's Perfect"

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Let's try that again then
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