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    I am still playing almost all of the CD comps and albums he did for me, which amassed to quite a few over the time he was on here. He talked of moving to France so maybe that's what happened when he stopped posting.

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    Ah yeah ,that rings a bell Gary.
    Elitist scum vinyl owner

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    Aye France - south of, would be nice right now, bloody freezin again!

    Not so keen on the french mind you, i suppose they can't all be rude arrogant buggers though most i have met were -one even informed me - 'Oh you are scottish are you, one failed country run by another'. I told the bloke that his rudeness was only outdone by his stupidity, then i stood up and he scarpered, feckin coward!

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    To resurrect a thread!

    Some bands just work better live.

    These are some of my favourite live albums

    Dire Straits - Alchemy (dang! They were a good band)
    Iron Maiden - Live After Death (At their peak)
    Pink Floyd - Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live (Captures their original performances of this album, just wonderful)
    Tangerine Dream - Logos (captures them at their peak)
    AC/DC - If You Want Blood (properly good)
    Pink Floyd - Pulse (yes they have 2 albums in the list but it wasn't really the same band playing, the production is wonderful and the performance of Dark Side is better than the original album)
    Deep Purple - Made in Japan (killer live band)
    Tori Amos - Live at Montreux 1991/1992 (she's wonderful, this is a really special recording)
    Tangerine Dream - Encore (The peak of their Berlin School era)
    Tangerine Dream - Live Miles (OK so there's a lot of the Tangs here, however this was their last outing together before they went their separate ways, it has that swan song feel to it)

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    Adding another one, which I've had for a week but not played yet. David Bowie Live in Santa Monica '72. It was recorded for a live radio broadcast and was a bootleg for years until released officially in 2008. Ronson's playing is exceptional throughout and the whole band were on top form by the time it was recorded.

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