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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.
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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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    Quote Originally Posted by The Professor View Post
    Fillmore east is a great shout

    So is Peter Gabriel Live

    Deep Purple : Made in Japan

    Rush: All the Worlds a stage.

    and my real favourite Yes : Yesshows
    Peter Gabriel Secret World Live is his best live concert IMO. Here are a few for you to try and sorry i cannot limit myself to just ten .....
    Supertramp Crime of the Century for its music and audio brilliance,
    Sergeant Pepper (can't wait for the new Stereo Remix but do love all their albums),
    Pink Floyd Pulse (all the best tracks live purposely recorded on analogue equipment),
    John Martyn Solid Air,
    Nick Drake Pink Moon,
    Simon & Garfunkel (either Bookends or Bridge Over Troubled water),
    Genesis Foxtrot,
    Ed Sheeran (any of his three albums),
    Cream Reunion Concert Royal Albert Hall,
    Newton Faulkner Handbuilt by Robots,
    BUT my list will change again tomorrow and the day after ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by uzzy View Post
    Peter Gabriel Secret World Live is his best live concert IMO. Here are a few for you to try and sorry i cannot limit myself to just ten .....
    Supertramp Crime of the Century for its music and audio brilliance,
    Sergeant Pepper (can't wait for the new Stereo Remix but do love all their albums),
    Pink Floyd Pulse (all the best tracks live purposely recorded on analogue equipment),
    John Martyn Solid Air,
    Nick Drake Pink Moon,
    Simon & Garfunkel (either Bookends or Bridge Over Troubled water),
    Genesis Foxtrot,
    Ed Sheeran (any of his three albums),
    Cream Reunion Concert Royal Albert Hall,
    Newton Faulkner Handbuilt by Robots,
    BUT my list will change again tomorrow and the day after ..
    The original post was about Live albums Uzzy and as for SPLHCB not my cuppa im not really a beatles fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Professor View Post
    The original post was about Live albums Uzzy and as for SPLHCB not my cuppa im not really a beatles fan.
    oops well for live
    Jeff Beck Live Ronnie Scotts (get the DVD as well total genius)-
    Pink Floyd Pulse
    Thin Lizzy live and dangerous
    Supertramp Paris
    Dire Straights on the Night
    Peter Gabriel Secret World
    Genesis Live and 3 sides live
    Eric Clapton 24 nights
    Cream Reunion
    Led Zep How the west was won.
    Beatles Hollywood Bowl
    Jethro Tull Roots to Branches
    James Taylor Live
    Eric C;apton Just one Ticket
    John Martyn Live
    Led Zep at the Beeb
    Dire Straits on the Night
    Sandy Denny Gold Dust (live at the Royalty)
    The Who Live at Leeds
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