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17 minutes ago, terrywebbisgod said:

Sinatra at the Sands.

A belter! The Count Basie Band, with Quincy Jones as the musical director, plus Sinatra in close-to-peak form. "How did all these people get in my room?"

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23 hours ago, Ullman said:

"We are Motorhead and we are gonna clean your clock"

Fantastic performance, I played the DVD to death.

I was at that gig. 😎. I got the shock of my life when Brian May walked on stage. I never imagined him and Lemmy together!! 

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15 minutes ago, Number 16 said:

I was at that gig. 😎. I got the shock of my life when Brian May walked on stage. I never imagined him and Lemmy together!! 

Brian May loves a jam. He pops up all over the place.


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15 minutes ago, Number 16 said:

Judas Priest's Unleashed in the East. 

Live album or studio album? Discuss! 

Wouldn't really know but I do like the bonus tracks, especially "Starbreaker".


Old Faithful we never lose at Wembley

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A couple more I really like are Cream’s Wheels of Fire and how could I forget Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison, a quintessentially raw live album.


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5 hours ago, Angelic Upstart said:

Cock Sparrer - Live & Loud! Although it is rumoured not to be live.

I’ve got a few Cock Sparrer tracks that sound like they were live in the studio with audience sound dubbed on. Always excellent CS tho

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Just played rock n roll animal. Well produced and i suspect quite a bit of studio work dubbed in.

But.... steve hunter's guitar work on this album is brilliant.

The intro to sweet Jane alone is breathtakingly good. This was the second live album i bought..... free live being the first.

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A  few more that haven`t been mentioned yet

Neil Young and Crazy Horse   -   Weld

Rory Gallagher    - Stage Struck

Frank Zappa    - Roxy and Elsewhere

Talking Heads   - Stop Making Sense

Smiths   -   Rank

Pink Floyd    - Pulse

Eagles Live

Jethro Tull    - Bursting Out

Simon and Garfunkel    - Live Carnegie Hall 1967 / Live in Central Park

Monty Pythons    -   Live at Drury Lane

Strawbs   - Just a Collection of Antiques and Curios

Richard and Linda Thompson    -   Live 1975

10,000 Maniacs      - Unplugged

 

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On 06/02/2020 at 18:35, Number 16 said:

I was at that gig. 😎. I got the shock of my life when Brian May walked on stage. I never imagined him and Lemmy together!! 

I never saw Lemmy other than with Hawkwind. I'd have loved to watch him with Motorhead and when he played on stage with the Damned.

Girlschool were playing Bradford last Saturday. I missed them too. I am that stupid fool.

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On 07/02/2020 at 13:45, Angelic Upstart said:

Cock Sparrer - Live & Loud! Although it is rumoured not to be live.

I find Oi a bit too shouty for me but Cocksparrer can actually play a bit.

 I roadied a bit for the Upstarts back in the day, that’s me at the back just under Mensi’s fetid armpit

 

 

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1 hour ago, Phil said:

I find Oi a bit too shouty for me but Cocksparrer can actually play a bit.

Oi/Streetpunk is arguably my favourite sub genre of all. So many fantastic bands, I love it.

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32 minutes ago, Johnoco said:

Oi/Streetpunk is arguably my favourite sub genre of all. So many fantastic bands, I love it.

Fair enough, different strokes and all that 


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Same here John loved all the Oi!/Streetpunk stuff. Still listen to it all. Jealous of you Phil hanging out with the Upstarts. My only claim to fame is appearing on Oi! the Video at the beginning. It was filmed at the Oi! the main event at the Astoria in London back in '88, ended a bit messy though when the Upstarts were on!

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