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    1. Live Bullet
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    2. Unplugged
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    3. Ummagumma
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    4. Nine Tonight "Live"
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    5. Pulse
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    6. Frampton Comes Alive!
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    7. Band of Gypsys
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    8. The Allman Brothers at Fillmore
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    9. Live at Leeds
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    10. 4 Way Street
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    11. Happy Trails
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    12. How The West Was Won
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    13. Hammersmith Odeon London '75
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    14. Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses)
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    15. The Concert for Bangladesh
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    16. Performance: Rockin' the Fillmore
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    17. Before The Flood [Live With The
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    18. Live/1975-85
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    19. Woodstock: Music from the Original
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    20. The Last Waltz

    1. Live Bullet
    by Capitol
    Audio CD (07 December, 1999)
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    Asin: B000038A21
    Sales Rank: 605
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    • Live
    • Original recording reissued
    • Original recording remastered

    Reviews (40)

    4-0 out of 5 stars a classic live album
    This is a very enjoyable, hard rocking live album.
    5-0 out of 5 stars This is the DEFINITIVE Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band performance...
    If you want to know what a real Detroit rock concert was like back in the 70's, this is the CD. The performance, the production, the selection of songs - this is just a great concert experience - and its the only CD I carry in the car (I know it's 30 years old, but ...)
    4-0 out of 5 stars Bob Segar - Live Bullet
    A timeless arena rock live album .Bob Segar at his best rocking Detroit in the 1970's.The hits of that time are all here-Turn the Page, Katmandu, Ramblin Gamblin Man, Travlin Man, etc.The Bruce Springsteen of the Midwest isthe best way to describe Segar's songwriting style.Bob pays homage to Chuck Berry with great rock n Roll riffs throughout and the rocking version of "Let it Rock".Bo Diddley gets equal treatment in Bob's cover of the song "Bo Diddley" that goes into Who do you Love.Great album everyone should own. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. Detroit Rock    3. Hard Rock    4. Pop    5. Popular Music    6. Rock    7. Rock & Roll    8. Rock/Pop    9. United States of America   


    2. Unplugged
    by Reprise / Wea
    Audio CD (25 August, 1992)
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    Asin: B000002MFE
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Clapton caught the "unplugged" trend just at the right time, when the public was hungry to hear how well rock stars and their material can hold up when stripped of elaborate production values. Clapton himself seemed baffled by the phenomenon, especially when picking up the armload of Grammys Read more

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    • Live

    Reviews (120)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Unplugged: From "Friday Night" to Layla
    The reviewer who noted that Clapton's songs are made fresher by being unplugged is right on! For me Clapton is one of founding fathers of electric guitar. His work in Cream is the subconscious. Here he is kinder and gentler, more subtle and, like a good wine, better than ever. I especially think this applies to the Johnson material (Malted Milk, Walkin' Blues). Let me note that the GODFATHER OF ALL UNPLUGGED events, ground zero for the whole phenomenon is also a guitar album, the best live one EVER recorded: FRIDAY NIGHT IN SAN FRANCISCO (Di Meola, McLaughlin, De Lucia). Buy it now.

    5-0 out of 5 stars classic eric clapton
    Many people have heard of Eric Clapton's music. Some people love him and some people don't. I believe that this CD show's his true skill in music (Eric Clapton Unplugged). Eric Clapton displays his true dominance of the modern blues genre. I believe that Clapton is the best modern day blues musician because of his master of tone.
    5-0 out of 5 stars A refreshing look...
    I love Clapton, but of all of his albums this seems to be the purest in form. The vocals are excellent and the guitar work simple but exquisite. This may be my favorite of all the albums of his work I have heard. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Adult Contemporary    2. Blues-Rock    3. Pop    4. Pop/Rock    5. Popular Music    6. Rock    7. Rock/Pop   


    3. Ummagumma
    by Capitol
    Audio CD (25 October, 1990)
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    Asin: B000002UA5
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Released in 1969, Read more

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    • Live

    Reviews (161)

    4-0 out of 5 stars The Floyd's most experimental work
    Ummagumma was released in the autumn of '69 and reached #5 on the UK charts, it also broke the top 100 in the States, at #74.
    3-0 out of 5 stars Easily Floyd's Worst Offering!
    This 2 disc set is easily Pink Floyd's worst offering of their expansive collection.It is odd because Waters and Co. would have you believe A Saucerful of Secrets and Atom Heart Mother were far more "Rubbish".However this helping really isn't an album it is merely a disc of 4 live recordings of older singles and then a second disc of experimentation.
    2-0 out of 5 stars Ummagumma
    This is coming from a petit bourgeouise(and proud of it) reviewer.This seems to be a psychleediddleedelic effort.I know great things were to follow such as "Dark Side of The Moon" and "The Wall".
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    Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. British Psychedelia    3. Pop    4. Prog-Rock/Art Rock    5. Psychedelic    6. Rock    7. Rock/Pop   


    4. Nine Tonight "Live"
    by Capitol
    Audio CD (26 October, 1989)
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    Asin: B000002U94
    Sales Rank: 1265
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (36)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding!
    I just got the CD delivered this morning.I am listening to it right now and I am totally impressed.I originally bought it for the #2 cut "Tryin' to Live My Life Without You" thinking the rest of it will be just OK.WRONG.I can't get over how great the whole CD turned out to be.It comes highly recommended by this listener. Rock 'n Roll is alive and well on this CD!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Tonight's Still Right for NINE TONIGHT
    I've seen Bob Seger in concert several times in the 1980s and I was always blown away by how close the band sounded to their studio albums.The first time I saw them (at the Toledo Speedway Jam in '83), I was sure they were lipsynching for the first couple of songs (they started with "Even Now" from his latest at the time, THE DISTANCE).
    5-0 out of 5 stars Nine Tonight "Live" CD by Bob Seger
    Love it! Love it! Love it! I am a huge Bob Seger fan and anything he does is gold to me. I highly recommend! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. Detroit Rock    3. Hard Rock    4. Heartland Rock    5. Pop    6. Popular Music    7. Rock    8. Rock & Roll    9. Rock/Pop   


    5. Pulse
    Audio CD (10 October, 1995)
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    Asin: B000002B35
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    A two-CD live collection from a band left splintered by the departure of bassist-songwriter Roger Waters, Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Pink Floyd On Tour....One Last Time
    The only time I ever got to see Pink Floyd live in concert was on their last tour for "The Division Bell" album back in 1994. Although a lot of that Floyd concert I saw is now only a big blur in my mind, I do remember the sheer spectacle of it all---the lasers, the lighting, the trippy-looking animations & films on the circular screen behind the band, the quadrophonic sound, and those great big inflatable pigs during "One Of These Days"! I also remember how great the band sounded in concert, and this live album from 1995, "Pulse," documents the Floyd on their "Division Bell" tour in all of it's sonic glory. I think it's a better live album than "The Delicate Sound Of Thunder," too. There's a better selection of songs, and the band themselves sound better on this one, their performances very tight and clean throughout. And Gilmour's voice has also improved immensely since "Delicate Sound Of Thunder," where he *growled* the words too damn much instead of singing them (Gilmour was also a lot heavier on that previous tour---the weight loss definitely did him good in more ways than one!). And, of course, there's the complete live performance of "Dark Side Of The Moon," which is marvelously done. Not only that, but "Pulse" also boasts incredible packaging. I LOVE the beautiful accompanying tour book and cover artwork! It's really well done. The only thing missing from Pink Floyd's "Pulse" is Roger Waters, although Guy Pratt does a good job filling in for Waters on bass (and his co-lead vocal with Gilmour on "Run Like Hell" is also a big improvement from his previous try on "Delicate Sound Of Thunder," which sounded too ragged. This time around, Pratt gets it right). While I'm disappointed that David Gilmour, reportedly, cannot be swayed into touring and recording with Pink Floyd anymore---he says it wouldn't make him "a happier person" to do Pink Floyd again---I am happy that at least the Floyd went out with a great album and tour. "The Division Bell" is an excellent album, and "Pulse" is an equally-excellent live document from the tour. If you gotta go out, go out on top, and Pink Floyd definitely did just that. Long live the mighty Pink Floyd!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Pulse live cd.
    I have listened to this cd several times since purchase and I am very pleased with it.I didn't really care for track 1,too much pre-concert noise.I realize it is a live concert but at home it just gets in the way of the enjoyment.The cd itself was in perfect condition and it arrived in good time,thanks.

    5-0 out of 5 stars JUST ON TIME
    I LIKED THE CD AND RECEIVED JUST ON TIME IN MY HOUSE (BRAZIL). THANKS AMAZON. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. Hard Rock    3. Pop    4. Prog-Rock/Art Rock    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop   


    6. Frampton Comes Alive!
    by A&M
    Audio CD (28 July, 1998)
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    Asin: B000009HF2
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    If you were challenged to name five rock albums that epitomized the '70s, Read more

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    • Live
    • Original recording reissued
    • Original recording remastered

    Reviews (78)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fun Rock
    Way back in the dark ages of 1976, when I was significantly younger, this album was played everywhere.The album went to number one on the charts and became the biggest selling live album of all time up to that time.The album was eventually certified 6 times platinum.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Peter Frampton - 'Frampton Comes Alive' (A&M)
    Review no.77.Talk about your '70's arena rock staple.It's been said before,but I sort of believe that it's true:"If you lived in the suburbs,you were issued a copy of this album".I know I had an lp copy as well as an 8-track and a cassette copy of this gem at one time.First put out in 1976,I clearly recall tunes off this album being played SO much on FM radio,you ended up with several of them 'etched' in the back of your brain.'Frampton Comes Alive' STILL holds the harsh test of time.Total of fourteen tracks with a duration of 78:06.One of the longest CD reissues I've ever encountered. It's all good, from the guitar noodling of "Doobie Wah", "Show Me The Way", his all-time greatest ballad "Baby,I Love Your Way",the foot-stomper "(I'll Give You)Money", his Stone's cover "Jumping Jack Flash" and the album finale, the 14-minute historic (in it's own right)"Do You Feel Like I Do". You know, I believe this was playing when I partied for the very first time. An absolute must-have. Great slice of '70's rock,no doubt.

    5-0 out of 5 stars One of rock's finest live albums 30 years later
    Peter Frampton's Frampton Comes Alive was released in January of 1976.
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    Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. Arena Rock    3. Pop    4. Pop/Rock    5. Popular Music    6. Rock    7. Rock/Pop   


    7. Band of Gypsys
    by Capitol
    Audio CD (13 January, 1998)
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    Asin: B000002UVX
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Tired of the showboating image that his early live performances had saddled him with--and that his black audience viewed as demeaning and degrading to his musical talent--Hendrix dissolved his Experience in 1969 in search of a more terra-firma-grounded, blues-oriented persona. On New Year's Eve, Hendrix, his old Army buddy bassist Billy Cox, and ex-Electric Flag drummer Buddy Miles performed a loose, jam-filled set at New York's Fillmore East (completists will want the panoramic though uneven Read more

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    • Live
    • Original recording reissued
    • Original recording remastered

    Reviews (190)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Hendrix travels the Blues Road less taken .
    And it has made all the difference.This is a great album indeed.Jimi was moving on and into a new soulful blues path.He did the flower-power gigs,because he enjoyed it and he could sell it.He was just in the process of rediscovering the blues,that had influenced so many rock artists,without them even knowing it. His musical magick lives on.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Hendrix - Band Of Gypsys
    That - the title of this review - is what it said on the spine and green Capitol label of the very first copy (and first Henrix album) I ever bought, which was originally released in April 1970 - eighteen long months after the Jimi Hendrix Experience's third and final studio album, "Electric Ladyland." The group was already fracturing by then, though the soldiered on in the studio and on tour through a final US date June 30, 1969, after which a frustrated Noel Redding split for England and Fat Mattress (Reprise collected eight of the group's best known tracks, added four unreleased in the US, and a "giant poster" for "Smash Hits" that July). Many factors and motivations - financial, political, cultural, personal, musical - likely led to the short lived Band Of Gypsys. Jimi had already produced a Buddy Miles solo album and worked with the drummer (noteably on part of "Ladyland"). Billy Cox was an old Army buddy, fine bassist, with no ambitions to write songs - he patiently worked with Hendrix for over a year during 1969 - 70 as the guitarist developed new songs and opened his dream studio, almost until the end (Cox split after being dosed with PCP at one of Hendrix's final Euro dates). And, perhaps symbolically if not intentionally, BOG was an all black band.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Pure genius ,this is the reason I play guitar .
    This is Absolute genius , the violence inflicted on his strat is mindblowing ,this album was slated when it first came out by reviewers.It is one of the best live albums of all time ,pity no decent video footage exists.If you're a guitarist buy this album , you ll love it ,and if you don't you ll take ideas from the myriad of licks in the music . Its a essentially soul album with great basslines etc. This record has a essential lesson to all in the music industry ,be careful what pieces of paper u sign he got swindled by a record company for a one dollar contract when he was unknown . ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Acid Rock    2. Album Rock    3. Blues-Rock    4. Hard Rock    5. Pop    6. Psychedelic    7. Rock    8. Rock/Pop   


    8. The Allman Brothers at Fillmore East
    by Mercury / Universal
    Audio CD (14 October, 1997)
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    Asin: B000003CMB
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    There has never been a better showcase for improvisational rock than this 1971 concert recording, and few (if any) live rock albums are in its rank. With only two studio albums (and plenty of touring) under their belt, the Georgia sextet tore into the Fillmore East with road-tested buoyancy. Titanic guitarist Duane Allman was at the peak of his powers, pushing his foil, Dickey Betts, to unsurpassed peaks. Vocalist-keyboardist Gregg Allman would have been a star in any other setting; here he's merely one more component in a brilliant ensemble. Duane Allman died shortly after Read more

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    • Live
    • Original recording remastered

    Reviews (159)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Hours of Jammin' Blues!!!
    This is a great investment! Duane starts out with a great slide guitar in "Statesboro Blues" You almost feel like you are at the concert. I also love the 20 minute "You don't love me"....It just makes you want to get up and dance, especially during the guitar break."Elizabeth Reed" is a 10 minutes of jazz.... and what blues concert would be complete without T-Bone Walkers sexy "Stormy Monday" Gregg Allmans voice sounding smooth like melted butter.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Still the best
    After recently taking the vinyl LP out after about 15 years of storage, I found that even with all the snaps, crackles and pops, it is still the best recording I have.But I'm ordering a new recording.Having two drummers covers up some of the snaps and pops, but not enough.To me this record is one the few symphonic rock records; only a few bands have been good enough to put this sort of thing together. These players come up with one great melodic and rhythmic piece after another and have wonderful changes in tempo and arrangement.I got to see them in Tampa Florida many years ago (duh)and even though the venue was designed for basketball, it was the best concert I've heard.I've read that one or more of the cuts on this recording are actually blends of a couple of pieces from the live concert.I never noticed that but it will be interesting to get the less edited version.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Best
    I've been listening to this record probably weekly for over 30 years, and never tire of it. Primary reason: Duane's slide guitar playing. He has somehow turned his instrument into a device that I find to be the most expressive musical vehicle I've ever heard. It rivals the human voice. He's making that guitar SING. Tony Bennett(who I don't even like that much)has said that musicians envy singers because there are limits to what they can express with an instrument.Take 4 minutes and listen to the slide playing in Statesboro Blues. It's the most joyful,wondrous, humorous thing you'll ever hear. Jeff Beck eat your heart out.
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    Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. Blues-Rock    3. Boogie Rock    4. Guitar Virtuoso    5. Hard Rock    6. Jam Bands    7. Jazz-Rock    8. Piano    9. Pop    10. Rock    11. Rock/Pop    12. Slide Guitar Blues    13. Southern Rock    14. United States of America   


    9. Live at Leeds
    Audio CD (28 February, 1995)
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    Asin: B000002OVJ
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Anyone who owned the vinyl copy of Read more

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    • Live
    • Original recording remastered
    • Extra tracks

    Reviews (148)

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Cd marvel
    I'm not particularly impressed by CD releases of old stuff. But having seen the Who twice at Tanglewood in Lenox Mass about the time of Tommy I can vouch for the feracity of their playing. Heaven and Hell they opened with in one show and I always wondered why it wasn't released. After seeing Entwistle with dual Sunn amps and a Fender bass I was led to buy a 2000S and Precision myself and played for quite a while with this combination. They had it right back then and even though the openers wereBB King, Jefferson Airplane, Jethro Tull in either venue,they remain the greatest live band in my mind. Just watching Keith Moon do a rim shot and blow his stick into the air and catch it on the way down without blowing the song was worth the price of admission for me. This album brings it all back.

    5-0 out of 5 stars put that cigarette out...
    Better than the original if only because there is more of it. Young Man Blues has to be one of the great rock covers and beats any Jimi you may want to compare it with (in my view). Fortune Teller is less than I expected (having read much about its role in the Who's development but never having heard it) and the version of A Quick One is not as good as the Kids Are Alright/Rock'n'Roll Circus version (the best rock TV performance ever - except for Iggy doing I;m Bored on Countdown in 1978 maybe). It's Meaty Beaty Big Bouncy and FAST. Love it or it'll kill ya.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Take That, Bootleggers
    Originally released as a means to have an official live album in the catalog, The Who are heard in their sonic splendor mixed with the straight-ahead R&B roots in the Leeds University concert from February 1970.
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    Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. British Invasion    3. England    4. Hard Rock    5. Mod    6. Pop    7. Pop/Rock    8. Prog-Rock/Art Rock    9. Proto-Punk    10. Rock    11. Rock & Roll    12. Rock/Pop   


    10. 4 Way Street
    by Atlantic / Wea
    Audio CD (23 June, 1992)
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    Asin: B000002ITW
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    This is one of those albums where you'll want to cherry-pick favorites. Recorded live when the supergroup was at its commercial zenith, it's sloppy in spots where precision is called for. And the hyperbolic counterculture rants sound a bit silly these days (Bellows Stills: "Jesus Christ was the first nonviolent revolutionary! Ah, dig it, dig it!"). On the other hand, the electric jams are enlivened by some charged guitar skirmishes between Stills and Young. Those who owned the original 2-record set will be pleased by the additional Graham Nash song ("King Midas in Reverse") and Young's acoustic "The Loner"/"Cinnamon Girl"/"Down by the River" medley.Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Great live album of CSN & Y
    I grew up in the 60s and was into CSN & Y even before they formed their super group. (Hollies, Byrds, and Buffalo Springfield). This album covers some of their tunes from the original CSN (1969) and Deja Vu (1970) plus some of their solo work such as a great version of Young's "Southern Man." That tune plus "Wooden Ships" are my favorites if I had to choose and tough choice it would be. I have many live rock albums and have always ranked this one at the top. Too bad these guys put out so little stuff from 1969 to American Dream in 1988.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Underappreciated Live Album
    Sure this album sounds dated. Sure we can look back on it and laugh at how funny some Stephen Still's improvisations are at the end of 49 Bye-Byes/America's Children are. Sure Suite: Judy Blue Eyes is 33 seconds long. Sure this is an amazing live album. I wasn't around back in '71 and never got a chance to see these guys live, so this is as close as it gets for me. This has to be one of my all time favorite live albums. It is one of those albums that you can put on for background music and find yourself doing nothing but sitting and listening. Every time I listen, I can hear something new in either the songs or the chatter between tracks. Chicago and 49 Bye-Byes/America's Children are full of emotion and rank as two of my favorite tracks on the album. And I don't even have the CD; just the open reel tape.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Do Not Buy For "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes"
    I mean, who doesn't already have that song anyway?That track's kind of a ripoff, and there is not nearly enough of Stills being heard, but "Black Queen" almost makes up for it.I may be a little biased, because I don't find many things much finer than a live Neil Young letting it all out.All in all, this is a pretty good album if you enjoy the live sound (which is certainly lacking in most of today's music).If you're looking more for a refined, produced sound like you hear on the radio, stick with one of their great studio albums. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. Folk-Rock    3. Pop    4. Pop/Rock    5. Popular Music    6. Rock    7. Rock/Pop    8. Singer/Songwriter   


    11. Happy Trails
    by Capitol
    Audio CD (09 August, 1994)
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    Asin: B000002UTY
    Sales Rank: 2680
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (50)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Sleepy Trails
    Damn nice cover art. After that it goes down hill.I guess you had to be there ? Long periods of absolutely nothing as in no sound! I actualy fell asleep the first time I listened to it ! Maybe if I got stoned before I listened to it , it would have been just like being in the audience in the old days .

    5-0 out of 5 stars Quicksilver Gold!
    "Happy Trails" is hands-down the best album Quicksilver ever recorded.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Very good, innovative and free
    #189 on the RS500. Non repetitive , good listening experience. Sounds like a cool jam by the beach in sunny CA. Groovy. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Acid Rock    2. Pop    3. Popular Music    4. Psychedelic    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop   


    12. How The West Was Won
    by Atlantic / Wea
    Audio CD (27 May, 2003)
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    Asin: B00008OWZC
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    For a band with such an overarching legacy, the official record of Led Zeppelin's legendary--and unpredictable--live act has heretofore been poorly represented by the disappointing, scattershot soundtrack to Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Stunning
    How The West Was Won is the rare live album that will have you preferring the live versions of the songs to the studio versions.The entire first disc is a tour de force and an all-out assault on your auditory senses.All of the cuts are first rate, but the highlight would have be the version of Black Dogincluded here.Leading off with the Out on the Tiles intro in lieu of the amplifier effect present on IV, Plant's powerful vocal along with Page's relentless guitar riffing will leave you breathless.
    5-0 out of 5 stars LA CANCION NO ES SIEMPRE LA MISMA..PUEDE MEJORAR!!!!!!!!
    POR FIN UN REGISTRO DE ZEPP EN VIVO QUE REALMENTE TE VUELA LA CABEZA!! SONIDO ESPECTACULAR, POLENTA INIGUALABLE Y UNA SUCESION DE TEMAS EXCELENTES.... NO CABEN MAS PALABRAS...ESCUCHALO A TODO VOLUMEN..UNA EDICION QUE ATESTIGUA LO SUBLIME QUE ERA ESTA BANDA. NO PODES DEJAR DE ESCUCHARLO!

    5-0 out of 5 stars best zeppelin live album
    this live album was taken from zeppelins glory years, and is a long awaited release, the best tracks are heartbreaker, the ocean, stairway to heaven immigrant song and black dog. buy this, bbc sessions and avoid the song remains the same ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. Arena Rock    3. Blues-Rock    4. British Blues    5. British Folk-Rock    6. British Metal    7. Hard Rock    8. Heavy Metal    9. Pop    10. Rock    11. Rock & Roll    12. Rock/Pop   


    13. Hammersmith Odeon London '75
    Audio CD (28 February, 2006)
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    Asin: B000E97X66
    Sales Rank: 3671
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Pure Rock and Roll Passion
    Let me start by stating that this is one of the finest Live albums I have ever heard, comparable to the Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East.It's stunning to me that it was lost and never released.To this day Bruce and the E-Street Band remain tight professionals who can carry an arena or stadium as few can.But this, this is simply stunning.The raw passion and intensity behind both Springsteen's vocals and the band's jazz like jamming is just something I have never heard out of Sprinsteen.There are moments on this album that simply bring a smile to your face as yousay to yourself can they have been this good.Some moments like the remarkably intense "Lost in the Flood" or the unreal Spirit in the Night make you want to start clapping as you are listening to it.Like the Allman Brothers and certain other bands, the E-Street Band in 1975 makes you understand how ridiculous all the bombast or tongue wagging or faux metal licks really are.It's about the groove, the passion and the soul.Ironically, while Born to Run is by far Sprinsteen's greatest album, I find the best performances on this album are the earlier songs, the jazzy Kitty's Back, the funky "Hard to be a Saint in the City", the simply relentless Rosalita.But there is not one bad track on this album.If you don't like this concert, you simply do not like rock music.
    3-0 out of 5 stars One of those moments in rock history that you gotta have
    (I meant to give 5 stars... now it won't let me correct that.)
    5-0 out of 5 stars Wow!A Two-Hour Rock-n-Roll Explosion!
    My only complaints are that songs I would have preferred to hear up-tempo (Kitty's Back and For You) are slowed down.But this collection is a live, greatest hits of the first three Bruce records ... the musicianship is second to none (they were as tight as Zappa's Helsinki concert on YCDTOSA V. 2), with amazing bass work and superb keyboards.I don't remember hearing Weinberg sound so powerful, nor Clarence Clemons so passionate or alive.All I have to say, is if this record were released after the concert, it would have beat Frampton Comes Alive as the top selling double album of all time, and possibly the best live record ever.It's that good. ... Read more

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    14. Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses)
    by Rhino / Wea
    Audio CD (25 March, 2003)
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    Asin: B00007LTIM
    Sales Rank: 5205
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars An interesting live album despite the overdubs
    This is a great live album dispite that it doesn't really represent the period right. Spring tour 1971 featured alot of Pigpen tunes in the setlists but only one appears here. Due to Pigpen's illness, most of his parts are erased and overdubbed by Mere Saunders. Vocal overdubs were also added. On all of the lp copies you hear Phil singing backing vocals on Bertha. For whatever reason, on all the new remixed, remastered and newly released albums for this period this also happens. Buy this disc with Ladies and Gentlemen and get a good dose of the Dead from spring'71. Not Fade Away/Goin' Down The Road is one of the all time best.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A Mixed Bag, with Moments of Greatness
    For their second `official' live album, the Grateful Dead switched gears a bit from their previous endeavor. While "Live/Dead" accentuated the jamming aspect of the band, spreading five songs over four sides (the three tracks on side four really constitute one performance), this collection goes for a breezier feel. Here, eleven tracks fill out four sides, allowing room for only one meandering jam ("The Other One"), which does little to add to the legacy already created by "Live/Dead". When performing their own original material, this album succeeds completely on its own terms. "Bertha" is one of the chirpiest jam tunes the Dead ever came up with - enough to inspire Los Lobos to do a faithful cover version - while "Playing in the Band" gives Bob Weir the opportunity to indulge in some rock and roll. It's only when the band attempts to incorporate songs previously made famous by others that the album veers out of bounds. "Me and Bobby McGee" is a pointless endeavor, especially in light of Janis Joplin's definitive version, while there really aren't too many people who would consider a Grateful Dead version of "Johnny B. Goode" to be essential listening.
    5-0 out of 5 stars ....THAT OLD COUNTRY FEELING.

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    15. The Concert for Bangladesh
    by Capitol
    Audio CD (25 October, 2005)
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    Asin: B000BF0D88
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Ravi Shankar planted the seed, but it was George Harrison who turned this historic benefit concert into reality. The publicity-shy former Beatle could've easily written a check and forgotten all about the matter--impoverished East Pakistani refugees stranded in India--but instead recruited some of his most talented and compassionate friends and created an event remembered as much for the quality of its music as the purity of its intent. (The two-part engagement itself raised $250,000.) The players include Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Billy Preston, Leon Russell, and Bob Dylan, while the backing band includes Jim Keltner, Klaus Voormann, and the up-and-coming Apple band Badfinger (Phil Spector and Harrison produced). The concert took place on August 1, 1971 at Madison Square Garden and was released as a triple-album boxed set that December and a feature film in 1972. That year, it won the Grammy for best album. The program begins with Shankar and his trio ("Bangla Dhun") and ends with a song Harrison wrote for the occasion ("Bangla Desh"). Highlights include Billy Preston's rousing "That's the Way God Planned It" and Dylan's heartfelt five-song set, starting with "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall." The remaster adds an additional Dylan track, "Love Minus Zero/No Limit," from the afternoon show. Although the cover art has been changed to a picture of Harrison, the original iconic image of a sad-eyed child remains prominent in the CD and DVD packaging. As with previous versions of Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars A Bunch of Music Stars Get Together to Do Something Good
    "The Concert for Bangladesh" is the live CD from a famous and important 1971 concert led by George Harrison and Ravi Shankar. It was a fundraising effort for the incredibly suffering poor country of Bangladesh. Among the stars who showed up to perform in Madison Square Garden on August 1, 1971 for the concert were Eric Clapton, Billy Preston, Ringo Starr, Bob Dylan, and Leon Russel.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Suggestions for a one-disc "highlights" version
    Don't get me wrong. I love "The Concert for Bangladesh." However, a single disc version would be nice. Here is how I see it:
    5-0 out of 5 stars THIS CD IS WORTH THE COST JUST TO HAVE THE 6 DYLAN TUNES
    Sitting in the movie theatre many years ago, glued to every note that Dylan sung. What an spellbinding performance! Seemingly so simple, yet so timeless. As I listen to them all these years later, these 6 numbers are what make this album worth all of the other songs. Masterful performance by Mr. Dylan. ... Read more

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    16. Performance: Rockin' the Fillmore
    by A&M
    Audio CD (25 October, 1990)
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    Asin: B000002GKT
    Sales Rank: 5926
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Hair Raiser!
    How many albums cause the hair on your arms and neck stand up?Crank this up and if you are a fan of hard bluesy rock you'll know what I'm talking about.As a kid raised on Bluegrass, my first dose of
    5-0 out of 5 stars Humble Pie, Performance: Rockin' the Fillmore
    Humble Pie Live, they are still the greatest rock and roll band of all time.They rocked the Fillmore like no other band.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Nothing Humble About Them
    Back in high school when we loved this kind of real heavy blues rock, Humble Pie, Allman Bros., Cream, I sort of took them for granted.I thought, there will probably always be this kind of great music on the radio.Of course, I was dead wrong.In the next 35 years . . . has it really been that long? . . . a few have surfaced with this kind of emotional intensity -- Stevie Ray Vaughan -- but they have been rare.Steve Marriott was, is, one of the 3 or 4 greatest rock singers.This is the real stuff.Four stars only because the sound could be better. ... Read more

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    17. Before The Flood [Live With The Band, 1974]
    Audio CD (25 October, 1990)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Dylan has issued a large number of live albums in his day, but 1974's Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars best dylan recording ever
    When Robert Zimmerman(Bob Dylan) started, he was a Woodie Guthrie clone. Many of the old Woodie Guthrie type folkies felt that the torch had been passed to a new generation. Many other young people,like myself,prefered Dylan songs done by popular rock groups of the time because Dylan's words were awsome, but the sound wasn't as good as rock music.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Dylan + the Band = Brilliance
    A strong live set from Zimmy and his ex-backup group, the Band. The energy here is everywhere, and though not as much as on Hard Rain, Before the Flood is my favorite Dylan live album out of the three I own, by a mile.
    5-0 out of 5 stars A Rocking Good Time
    This is the second record that Mr. D recorded for David Geffin's Asylum label before he went back to Colombia, (both this record and "Planet Waves" are now with CBS/Sony where all Dylan's stuff is now) and it's a rocking good time of a record. Dylan's voice is right up front and central, the Band's playing is strong. And Dylan performs a very, very angry, version of "It's Alright Ma," where the audience goes nuts when he shouts out, "Even the President of the United States sometimes must have to stand naked." You have to remember that this record came out during the Watergate scandal, seems Mr. Nixon wasn't to popular with the Dylan crowd. Five stars for this one.
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    18. Live/1975-85
    Audio CD (14 October, 1997)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    To say that Springsteen's live shows with the E Street Band were legendary is the height of understatement. On a good night, the set might extend to three and four hours of exhilarating, pulse-pounding rock & roll. How best to capture that on CD? Or was it possible at all? As it turns out, Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Bruce Sprinsteen Live 1975-85
    What a delight to hear Bruce from the early days. His interaction with the audience and storytelling make this a fantastic music experience and one any fan of Bruce will enjoy. Bring on the next 20+ years.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Bruce at his best
    I only wish that I could give this CD set the ten stars it deserves. Initially, one might flinch at the price, but it is well worth it. Bruce delivers each song with heartfelt urgency--you feel the energy as if you're actually there in the crowd, and the dialogue between songs is fantastic. (Try not to cry at the story he tells about his relationship with his father on the lead-in to "The River.")
    5-0 out of 5 stars Because the Night
    Great song. I love Patti Smith's version but this one's even better. That song alone is worth however much you pay for this album. Plus you get other rare gems (and great Bruce songs) such as Fire, Seeds and Paradise by the "C" (great title!), not to mention killer versions of Bruce classics such as Rosalita, Born to Run, Thunder Road, Badlands, Darkness on the Edge of Town, The River, Independence Day, etc. Whether you're a completist or a huge fan of The Boss (I fall in the latter camp), you really should pick this up. ... Read more

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    19. Woodstock: Music from the Original Soundtrack and More
    by Wea International
    Audio CD (20 May, 2003)
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    Asin: B00000AVW3
    Sales Rank: 2323
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    1-0 out of 5 stars How ironic!!!
    I had a scathing review of the "Woodstock" film posted for about a month.Now, it's mysteriously gone.Whatever happened to "freedom"?Whatever happened to "free your mind, man"?In a way, the censorship of my ideas is a huge compliment.Sixties-era hypocrisy was never hard to prove, but now it's a slam dunk.Was it a movie and a concert?Yes.Was it "revolutionary" and a tool of "change"?I think not.Thirty-seven years later, Woodstock is nothing but a fine example of youth wasted on the young.There is no amount of censorship that will hide that truth!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wish EVERYONE could have been there!
    Was lucky to have been in a group of 8 people who ended up at Woodstock pretty much by accident- no, really. Two of our friends had heard about the concert, and "dared" us to be carried along on this mysterious adventure. We got there before the fences were all up, the guys helped to construct the stage and towers, resulting in our free admission and right to squat within 100 feet of the stage for the 6 days we were there!
    4-0 out of 5 stars Well i like the movie but...
    i loved the movie but number one is that janis joplin wasn't even on here and neither was the who!!! the movie didn't have one thing either! and that was vollunteers by jefferson airplane! for god sake put what was at woodstock on the damn cd!
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    20. The Last Waltz
    by Rhino / Wea
    Audio CD (23 April, 2002)
    list price: $59.98 -- our price: $53.99
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    Asin: B000063DS1
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Even taking into account inflation, it's ironic in this era of $250 concert tickets that critics harped when the Band charged $25 for their legendary November 1976 farewell show at San Francisco's Winterland. That price not only included Thanksgiving dinner, but also numerous guest superstars who'd influenced, worked with, and/or shared the Canadian roots of Robbie Robertson and crew. What transpired was a grand celebration of North American musical forms. There are numerous definitive performances here--from Van Morrison's goose-bump-inducing "Caravan" and solo rendition of the beautiful Irish standard "Tura Lura Lural" (Celtic music inspired those Appalachians in the first place) to Bob Dylan and "the Hawks" delivering a pop-metallic "Baby, Let Me Follow You Down," first captured on the Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable allbum
    If you are a fan of The Band, this is a must have....and if you are not, after you hear it, you will be.....that's for sure.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Last Waltz
    Well, well, well. These four cd's are exelent. The only thing I feel sorry about, I had to pay the taxman 50% on top before I could enjoy the music so it become a rather expensive shipment.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Incredible collection
    These guys were an incredible group that put out great work for many years.All that talent was evident in their final concert, "The Last Waltz".The 4 disc set is loaded with amazing versions of their songs as well as the songs of many other influential singers/musicians from the 60s/70s.Well worth your money.A lot of great music.Also be sure to check out the Scorcese film.That was an awesome concert... wish I had been there. ... Read more

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