- Best live double albums?
- Tijuana TaxiMember
Well, you must listen to music in a completely different way to me.. I have to like the music first!
I do like Kiss, but know they are not everybodys cup of tea amongst the rock/metal crowd.
Judas Priest made some great albums, but their live Unleashed In The East was very poor.
I meant a good example as in conveying the live atmosphere of the gig rather than tracks that had been edited and strung together.Posted 4 years agonbtMemberbinners wrote:
Best live double album? Whitesnake – live in the heart of the city.
Absolutely sublime blues rock. It’s a bittersweet experience listening to it though. You wonder, completely baffled, how they managed to go from this to churning out the absolutely bloody god-awful hair-rock shite they we’re responsible for vomiting out in the 80’s, complete with the most cringeworthy videos known to man
why don’t you ask the multi-millionaire David Coverdale just where it all went wrong? ;DPosted 4 years agostevenmenmuirSubscriber
Love the Neil Young offerings especially Live Rust. The Black Crowes have recorded a lot of gigs at the Fillmore over the years, the DVD Freak and Roll is good and if you do I tunes there are 6 great shows available. Each night finishes with a trio of covers, Beatles one night, Neil Young one night, The Band, The Stones, Blues standards etc.Posted 4 years agoThurman MermanMember
Surprised it took 5 posts before someone mentioned Alchemy Dire Straits. Always been my fave live double album.
Also, yes, Live In The City Of Light. Right up there, too.
Now if we’re talking *single* live albums, It’s gonna have to be:
Peerless. Absolutely peerless.Posted 4 years agosomafunkSubscriber
I forgot one of my all time fav live Jazz albums, the very first live double album ever released way back in 1938.
I’d love to hear Pete Long recreate the experience down at Cadogan Hall on the 14th Feb but it’s 400 miles away from me 😥Posted 4 years ago
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