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Australian Chart Book — Illustrated ed. Bob Dylan at Philharmonic Hall? Joe Cocker Mad Dogs and Englishmen. I actually own 3 of them and wish I still had one of them! The one that got a real reaction from me was Deep Purple — was that not the one with Tommy Brolin? Maybe not. Hi there. I was at Leeds that evening. I have the cd of the Hull concert from the following evening and it isnt a patch on the Leeds recording. Just my opinion of course. Blue Oyster Cult, On your feet or On your knees is worth listening too.
As good or better than most on this list. All good choices, but I have a few more you may have overlooked. The deluxe edition is even better. I do not have any problem with the first two on this list. In fact you could flip flop these two as 1 or 2 on this list. I just want to mention the J. In fact at one time I would have put it as high as number 3 on my personal list.
All in all, not a bad cross section, though. Ignore live albums, whenever possible, watch the shows from DVD or Blu-ray instead.
Definitely some great albums missing. To have Kiss any where near this list of great bands is ridiculous. Absolutely the worst band ever to make It big. These things are always very subjective. Of course no one will have the same list. Still there are a couple of huge omissions that should be on any live album list.
Bob Seger- Live Bullet has been 1 on several lists Ive seen and gets no mention here. Yes- Yessongs…. Yes isnt Album) cup of tea but Yesssongs is simply one of the best live recordings ever released.
Without those two on the list somewhere this list is meaningless. I would have liked to see the list that the top 25 were chosen from. So many good ones are hardly mentioned. My top 5: 1. Grateful Dead — Europe 72 3. Jimi Hendrix — Band of Gypsys 5. Little Feat — Waiting for Columbus. You must be kidding. Nice list and some great additions in comments. I hate lists like this, because these are 25 great albums and yet I can think of a dozen others that should be on here.
Who made up this list, Dick Clark or some 12 year old kid? Simply the best-recorded live album of a band at their very best. Are you kidding me?? And I second Mr. And finally… no Zappa?? Hello Chicago…. Pretty hard to beat that one. Anyone that really knows rock music knows Strangers should be on the list.
Kiss may have touched up some vocals and guitar parts. But not the drums at all. Every live album is touched up. Iggy and the Stooges. The Byrds Untitled. The rendition of 8 miles high is just killer. Also Mountain Live has that amazing long version of Nantucket Sleighride. Jefferson Airplane. By far their best album. The Grateful Dead makes an appearance too. Nice countdown, but of course, we could could probably communally agree on another 25 that would be worthy of making this list.
One of my all time favorite Live albums was. Whitesnake live in the heart of the city? Iron maiden Maiden Japan? Just goes to show you cant please all of the people etc… myself included,no Dr Feelgood — Stupidity.
Good list. Thats a ridiculous list, thats one of five best live albums ever made…. To be on such a list a record really needs to speak to giving you a sense of being at the show as well as appealing to a rather broad audience. It also needs to have made a difference.
It would be remiss not to also consider the 2 first Woodstock records. This is a probably a U. Should be in Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame. Rory Gallagher Live in Europe should be on there too. Unfortunately few peole, current musicians included, know who he was or who his kids became. RIP Rory. David—————— he never had any children—————————————— trust me, I know this for a fact. Too many for a list of Needs to be top Agree with a lot of other commentators, Grand Funk Railroad Live is a given on this list.
What about Slade Alive — one of the first albums I ever bought — still sounds great today!! Slade gets no respect in the U. Hear Me Calling. When I was in 11th grade I had to look in just about every record store in town to find it. Big Rory fan, but Stage Struck has terrible sound. I might like it better if it was recorded better. Live in Europe and Irish Tour much better. I would swap against James Brown. Jethro Tull — Live: Bursting Out. One of the greatest live recordings of all-time!
Amazing non-stop Who. Not all live albums suck. No overdubs. You missed one of the all time best hard rock live albums UFO-Strangers in the night. A must have, check it out what a classic live concert. I totally agree. There are many great artists missing. I have most of the live LPs and CDs. My favorite is live and dangerous.
A good way to this is poll the fans and then make UR list. Compile the result into atleast the top Jimi Hendrix- Band of gypsys…. Bob Marley is up there too…. AlchemyDire Straits. Before the flood. Bob Dylan and The Band. Humble Pie should have been top 5. The Concert For Bangladesh, J. Not bad overall. No UFO strangers?? Welcome back my friends,E. Fleetwood Mac live, Del Amitri, Into the mirror, live Grand Funk Railroad Live should be high on the list.
All time classic. All new music, a masterpiece. Yes Little Feat, Waiting for Columbus, one of the most overlooked live albums ever, sonds so good you think you were there! Anybody who thinks Kiss should be on this list should take serious music lessons.
I understand your point about Kiss. Many good live recordings were left off but that the way these lists go. No Nukes. I definitely do not agree with a lot of their picks. Definitely Chicago IV. Was early Chicago greatest Hits from first three albums, played out live. Amasing and everything. With Terry Kath and Peter Cetera.
They were so well tuned together i Carnegie Hall shows. You need to relabel the list Greatest Rock live albums. I must make a correction James Brown and Johnny Cash are on your list but it is still seriously lacking music from the rest of the world. Very narrow minded list which taints the excellent recordings that are on it.
Yes, Nirvana is rated too high in general. Make two so so records and you are some kind of music God. No one mentioned King Crimson Earthbound though bootleggy in quality interesting period for that band.
Pretty clear a larger list would include many of the other highlights as noted by others too. Good opportunity to cogitate on the history of rock. Also played the crap out of Pink Floyd Ummagumma and Johnny Winter And Live the latter one of few examples of Winter and Derringer duking it out hard to find other material with that line up.
I hate just about every album you named with the exceptions of humble pie the who and the Allmans. Geils Band Live! Blow your face out! IMHO One of the most underrated bands and guitarist ever.
This is one of the best live albums ever. Props for including Johnny Cash! Peter Frampton in the top 10, but Cream at number 24? What a joke. Bob Marley???? I guess everyone has an opinion. Nothing written here will be definitive for everyone but being there is the best way to hear a live performance.
Otis at the Whiskey is superior to Monterey — MGs playing is more dynamic and subtle, less too fast, fueled by pills and nerves jittery. What happen were you rushed for time while all the time living a bubble, You should be Trumped with a swift kick, OMG.
Happy New Year. Celebration day? Live at Fillmore East is, without a doubtthe best live album ever. Not even debatable. Glad to see high ranking for JB live at the Apollo. Wheels of Fire should be top 10 awesome version of Spoonful. Extended version of Southern Man is perhaps the best single recording ever. Springsteen — Cleveland ? Beatles Live a the Hoilyood Bowl? Ya Ya s Out is the best in my opinion for the period.
Ask all bands they will tell you they were listening to it before going on stage. Live at Leeds is a good choice but not the best; the long version is disappointing. Frampton is overrared. Absolute bollocks.
Also you,ve missed Welcome back my friends…. Many great ones listed but 2 missing. Back in the day Bob Seger really rocked and his double live album launched him to fame and also J Geils band had couple great live albums.
Got three of these! To those who deride the list, you should understand everyone has their personal favorites, and often love a particular style. The fact that I could find three that I actually own was amazing. Hell, some of the ones people are throwing out as the best live albums ever are titles and even bands I have never even heard of.
Geils Band. Missed 2. I prefer the original Strangers though. Seeing a lot of Kiss haters here. Take a look around, that double live album is on every live list. By only 1 notch from a few lists though, including Rolling Stone Mag. The Top 3 are spot on. The rest, despite their various and varying credentials, are just making up the numbers. But no Hendrix?
But everyone is entitled to their own opinion. No Zappa — Live at the Roxy? No Hendrix? How about Woodstock or even better: Live in San Diego -just over an hour of guitar mayhem. Doctor Feelgood — Stupidity? I agree with a lot of the previous comments re J Geils — Full House. Must have only 25 albums.
The best bet would have been to list the top albums and not list them by by your own personal choice. Easily the best live album of all time, in my view. The people who made this list are probably younger than these concerts are are not familiar with the Grank Funks, Framton Comes Alive. What about Woodstock??? Blow all of these away including live at Leads. I love the Who but no, no no no no.
Not the best. Sorry… this list has zero credibility. Sorry man. Geils Band, Live Full House. I saw the tour. They were the middle of 3 groups, Slade opening, and Humble Pie headlining. Geils band knocked the place out, and the album came out about a month later. What, no Yessongs? Who did this? Considering any list is immediately open to criticism, this one is pretty good. As long as you have the Stones and Who in the top 3.
Lynyrd Skynyrd? I would put the Woodstock on the list, since as a eighteen year old at the time it turned me onto such a long list of at the time unknown bands, such as Ten Years After, Paul Butterfield, CSN, etc. Not the best sounds. In my opinion you could probably replace a few more.
Not even close. You got about a half dozen of them right — though all in the wrong order. Try again. I saw the post and before I even looked at the list I had Concert for Bangladesh on my mind, great concert, but I guess most of you are too young to remember it.
Would have put Rainbow On Stage on the list too. Just because your fave band make a live album does not mean that it will be great. Sadly, a lot of live albums merely display moderately played greatest hits and are a cheap from the record companies point of view offering to fans for a fast buck. Most bands suck live. You totally lack credibility, man. So many left out. Agree with Live At Leeds ….
No ranking for Hawkwinds Space Ritual…. Its my favorite live album. For me the greatest is live cream vol ll. And Steppin Out from that album the greatest track. Clapton is pure genius on this track. Led Zep should be much much higher. Included: Kiss. Something stinks. Is this based on sales, personal taste, how stoned you were when you heard it, or you were at the actual concert when it was recorded? Highly suspect.
Wings Over America was the first album I ever bought about 40 years ago. Still my favorite, live or studio. Orchestras have first, second and third violinists and all other instruments, of courseso do marching bands.
You want a gig? Be prepared to audition and beat out the other bands. You wanna play? Show us what you got. Jeez, comment section, enough with the Grand Funk Railroad. They were great for what they were, and what they were was a notch above Three Dog Night. Half a notch.
George Clinton is a genius living among us—you people know that, right??? Unplugged by Clapton also missing and it launched many groups to unplug and show their true talent as singers and musicians. Also demonstrating that an acostic cover of Layla can top the charts for a second time an encore of a epic rock anthem. Frampton Comes Alive She Moves Me - Paul Rodgers - Muddy Water Blues - A Tribute To Muddy Waters (CD the greatest selling live album of all time and lead many of these other groups to try and duplicate his success.
Wings Over America was so popular that a new generation met Paul and company and the Beatles were actually second place on his resume…. Deep Purple Made In Japan with live hits of Smoke on the Water and Highway Star that rivaled the success of the studio versions even to this day the live versions get airplay.
Fleetwood Mac the Dance reintroduced this legendary group to a new generation and several tracks climbed up the charts almost as high as the original studio versions. Hot August Night when it came out and it was on the top of the album charts for years.
At the time it was huge with all audiences and all ages and genres. No Little Feat? No Kinks? No Bob Segar? No Lou Reed? But you include Nirvana, Iron Maiden, and U2? Some great picks on the list, to end this rant on a positive note. This may come out of left field for you guys; but I would sugest Beach Boys Concert released in Woodstock is missing? How is that possible?
What about Last Days of the Fillmore? What a bogus list. Actually any of his many, many live recordings, all the way down to Bird. A real cop out list this. Nirvanas borefest at no. Yeah right… Made in Japan not in the top five? Kiss Alive in the top ten? Fun yes, a great live album no.
I know this will offend some people but the Who — Live at Leeds the best ever? With the awful sound and scrappy performances? You left out the 1 live record of all time — Band of Gypsys with Jimi Hendrix. Kiss at 5? I was at one of the Humble Pie shows late show I liked and preferred all the Cream live albums, I always though they had a totally different sound live. Bill Withers Live at Carnegie Hall has been overlooked by virtually everyone!!
The Who and Allman Brothers are as expected in the top 5. Ludicrous omissions due to very conservative tastes and a loss of interest in music after the 70s! Why do some people get so serious and offensive? Someone drew up a list and it was great to read it and totally disagree with some of the choices and read the comments.
But some people are so disrespectful. Would they say what they say to your face? I think not. Well, not twice anyway. Someone mentioned Free. They have an album called Free Live but apparently it is a compilation of live performances stitched together. Paul Rodgers is still alive and is one of the She Moves Me - Paul Rodgers - Muddy Water Blues - A Tribute To Muddy Waters (CD rock vocalists ever in my humble opinionand Paul Kossof was a truly gifted but troubled lead guitarist who died early.
Not to mention a great bassist, great drummer, keyboardist. Anyways, thanks for reminding me of Paul Rodgers — as a result I just recalled the current tour and booked my tickets for Bad Album) in Nottingham! Keeping the thread going, how about an alternative top live albums list? As in not just Dad Grandad? Rock but including other genres. I have: 1. Death to The Pixies — Pixies 3.
Set List — The Frames 4. Live at Hammersmith Vol1 — The Enid 5. Live at Leeds — John Martyn 7. Maximum Darkness — MAN 9. Irish Tour 74 — Rory Gallagher Dr Feelgood — Stupidity Mystery White Boy — Jeff Buckley Everything Everything — Underworld Big Time — Tom Waits PNYC — Portishead. Top 5 psych live albums: 1. Jimi Hendrix Experience — Live at monterey 2.
Quicksilver Messenger Service — Happy Trails 3. Electric Prunes — Stockholm 67 4. Mighty Baby — Live in the attic. Wheels of Fire is fantastic along with the Allman Bros. No live albums from The Boss in the list? Such a shame! I totally agree with 1. Two great albums come to my mind, one that everyone knows and one that you would probably only know if you were from England. Absolutely wonderful. You should check them out!
What about Queen Live at Wembley? Play it loud with Earl Slick on lead guitar! Love that album. And my vote for the 2 best livecalbums of all time?
Fantastic vibe, energy and musicianship. Check em out. The Doors Absolutely Live! Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys! John Mayall Turning Point! Lou Reed Rock and Roll Animal! David Bowie Live at the Tower Philadelphia! JD Smith. What,not A single one of the Dead,s live albums?
And how the hell could you miss Hendrix,s Band of gypsies too? Was Dark side of the moon included? HOW the hell could it not be!!! Those are my two grips. Johnny Winter And Live should be on this. Call me an old folkie, but Reckoning is my favorite live Dead album.
It just seems noisy and long. Huge omission: Band of Gypsys by Jimi Hendrix. No greater live album, especially that version of Machine Gun which alone is a masterpiece. NO Derek and the Dominos at Filmore… common??? Purple made live in Japan a classic, where is Dylan at Budokhan 78?
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