fwiw, the best live music recordings

Howard2k

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so many good ones.

KISS - Alive!
Derek and the Dominos - In Concert
The Doors - In Concert
Stones - Get yer Ya Yas out.
Gary Clarke Jr - Live.
Bluesbreakers Live in 67 I and II.
 

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From a recording/engineering perspective, I think Bob Seger's "Nine Tonight" is one of the best sounding live albums ever recorded. The performance is top notch too, but the sound is amazing. Of course, it's also true that quite a few very notable/infamous live albums weren't nearly as "live" as most people think.
 

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In The West - Hendrix (seventies version not recent reissue)
Live At Leeds - The Who
Get Yer Ya Yas Out - The Rolling Stones
 

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Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl only because of the historical significance. Technologically and acoustically, the whole thing was a trainwreck.
Iron Maiden always put on a great show, and their live recordings nearly equal their studio work.
Likewise for Rush. Consistently great, even as Geddy aged and lost his high end.
Nugent Double Live Gonzo. Nothing special from an engineering perspective, but for that much of Ted's energy to be bottled up onto vinyl and keep it from exploding out of the jacket... The man wears a headband to keep the adrenaline from squirting out the top of his head.
 

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UFO - Strangers in the Night
Scorpions - Tokyo Tapes
Judas Priest - Unleashed in the East
Black Sabbath - Live Evil
MSG - One Night at Budokan
Rush - All the World's a Stage
 

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Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl only because of the historical significance. Technologically and acoustically, the whole thing was a trainwreck.
Iron Maiden always put on a great show, and their live recordings nearly equal their studio work.
Likewise for Rush. Consistently great, even as Geddy aged and lost his high end.
Nugent Double Live Gonzo. Nothing special from an engineering perspective, but for that much of Ted's energy to be bottled up onto vinyl and keep it from exploding out of the jacket... The man wears a headband to keep the adrenaline from squirting out the top of his head.
I‘ve seen Iron Maiden a few times. Never been disappointed.

EDIT: Except that they didn’t play Hallowed Be Thy Name. That was disappointing.
 

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Haven't watched the video linked in the OP but off the top of my head these are the live albums I listened to most. NO particular order.

Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive
BOC - On Your Feet or On Your Knees
Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More From The Road
Wishbone Ash - Live Dates
Jethro Tull - Bursting Out
Rush - All The Worlds A Stage
 


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