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PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:51 am 
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IMHO only live albums are the greatest

One of mine is Ian Hunter

Do you have One VINYL,RECORD

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There are a lot of good live albums but keep in mind that most are touched up / edited in the studio before being released. Quite common to change the guitar solos etc with a studio version dubbed over the live version .


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Neil Young Live at Massey Hall. One of the best recorded live albums of all time.

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Three that stand out including^ ^(Neil Young),Cantate Domino (Proprius) & Trinity Session/Cowboy Junkies (Church of The Holy Trinity).


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z28-1980--car wrote:
IMHO only live albums are the greatest

One of mine is Ian Hunter

Do you have One VINYL,RECORD

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I prefer a well recorded live Lp to most studio productions however I don't think I could choose only one live recording over all others though I have a number of Lps I play more often then most chosen for the music and the superb work of the recording,.


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Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus

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NordicNorm wrote:
Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus


That would be near the top of my list...close to Allman Brothers At The Fillmore East...Wings Over America is also very well recorded...

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Can't choose just one:
John Mayall - The Turning Point
Cowboy Junkies - Trinity Revisited
J. Geils - Full House
Allman Brothers - Fillmore East
Hendrix - Band of Gypsys

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I have more live then studio recordings now since returning to vinyl.
recent favorites are Elton John live in Australia, Blue Oyster Cult Extraterrestrial Live and Gary Clarke jr. live
I enjoy pretty much anything I have heard from the unplugged series as well.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 10:50 am 
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Winter_vinyl wrote:
Can't choose just one:
John Mayall - The Turning Point
Cowboy Junkies - Trinity Revisited
J. Geils - Full House
Allman Brothers - Fillmore East
Hendrix - Band of Gypsys


Full House is still my favourite "Live" album, and Fillmore East a close second.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:16 am 
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agree with the guy.....Allman Brothers At The Fillmore East is very good . Derek and the Dominoes also has a great Fillmore live album

One of the most under-rated bands of the 70s UFO with Micheal Schenker also has maybe the greatest live album ever , but few are familiar with it . I encourage all to give a listen to UFO s Strangers in the Night . After you catch your breath let me know how you liked it


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