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    The Beatles Live at the Hollywood Bowl
    The Beatles Live at the Star Club (I have this on tape!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by granger View Post
    Hijack thread a little

    I'm not a music person

    But if you had to select 3 to 5 live albums\sessions as must listens

    What you got
    KISS - Alive II
    Jimi Hendrix - Live at Monterey
    Deep Purple - Made in Japan
    The Allman Brothers Band - At Fillmore East
    Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison

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    I've never really seen the point of live albums. For concerts, the only point is actually being there.

    There is a one session recording that most will have heard of but wouldn't include in the category. In the mid/late seventies I lived in a place called Northwood Hills (north of Harrow) and had my haircut at a trendy place near the Met line station. One day, the usual crimper said that some of his friends had been working on a concept album that required a spoken part and the producer had manged to get Richard Burton onside to do it. He apparently turned up at the agreed time (a surprise to most) and, having had no previous sight of the script, proceeded to make the recording in a single take. Jeff Wayne's War Of The Worlds.

    Having said I'm not keen on live recordings, I'm more open to DVDs. This is just a brilliant show and possibly qualifies as I believe there was a CD available. Live In Dublin!

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    https://youtu.be/k4V3Mo61fJM

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    During lockdown I watched the whole ring cycle (not all in one go)

    It wasn't even a grind, I enjoyed all four operas. The Welsh Soprano Gwyneth Jones was the highlight performer.

    All are available on YouTube, all from around 1980.

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    A rare cover version that is better than the original. Kate Bush- Rocket Man

    https://youtu.be/rYSCHKmvcIY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
    A rare cover version that is better than the original. Kate Bush- Rocket Man

    https://youtu.be/rYSCHKmvcIY
    On one of the BBC4 Kate Bush retrospectives, it was said that this was voted the best cover of all time by readers of a national paper. I prefer it to the original but then she's just great to watch.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOZB...ature=youtu.be

    Found this little gem,Roddy frame from Aztec Camera..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigilo View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOZB...ature=youtu.be

    Found this little gem,Roddy frame from Aztec Camera..
    I can never understand why some people like such miserable music. Each to their own though. Keep smiling

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    Happy House I have a Siouxsie mask just waiting for you...

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    Jodie Comer ~ Scarborough Fair

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    Quote Originally Posted by archie View Post
    I've never really seen the point of live albums. For concerts, the only point is actually being there.

    There is a one session recording that most will have heard of but wouldn't include in the category. In the mid/late seventies I lived in a place called Northwood Hills (north of Harrow) and had my haircut at a trendy place near the Met line station. One day, the usual crimper said that some of his friends had been working on a concept album that required a spoken part and the producer had manged to get Richard Burton onside to do it. He apparently turned up at the agreed time (a surprise to most) and, having had no previous sight of the script, proceeded to make the recording in a single take. Jeff Wayne's War Of The Worlds.

    Having said I'm not keen on live recordings, I'm more open to DVDs. This is just a brilliant show and possibly qualifies as I believe there was a CD available. Live In Dublin!

    Big Fan of the Boss and never seen that so thanks Archie. I'm having a bit of a fad on Fleetwood mac and will always be totally in love with Stevie Nicks.

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    Big fan of the original but this is class,

    https://youtu.be/e4Ao-iNPPUc
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    Recorded my House and Garage mix, part 1 was just under an hour, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZ6-s8jDdZk&t=284s

    Part 2 is on you tube as well if anyone interested, (doubt it )
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    ^^ Danny - "Big fan of the original but this is class"


    So is this

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bk7R...&start_radio=1

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    I’ve only just realised I can get Sky Arts on my telly and their music programmes are brilliant. Last night was devoted to Paul Weller. Lots of concerts too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moe View Post
    I’ve only just realised I can get Sky Arts on my telly and their music programmes are brilliant. Last night was devoted to Paul Weller. Lots of concerts too.
    This is a great channel - only 'found' it after another re-tune. They've had documentaries about the Jam as well, who I was really into when younger. Not just music, also some fascinating programmes about actors; the one on Buster Keaton was absolutely amazing, incredible some of the things he produced as well. Also Jerry Lewis , which I think I mentioned before so apologies, who I loved when I was little, was not only very revealing and informative about him as a man and producer, but also very sad ultimately.
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