Best Live Rock AlbumsCharlieBrown Live rock albums that capture the essence of the original studio recordings with the added power of a live show, and which has stood the test of time.
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Summer Soldier/Medicine Man is my favourite "side" of Vinyl!
Fantastic band, great set. So underrated all excellent mucisians and songwriters with three great vocalists.V1 Comment
A 2007 reunion concert that shows three of the four original members (Jason Bonham taking the place of his late father) in tighter form than on their 70's heyday live recordings. - CharlieBrownV1 Comment
Actually offers the definitive versions of the best of KISS' first three studio albums, including Rock and Roll All Night. Many of today's rock guitar gods cut their teeth on this album trying to copy every lick; every Ace Frehley lead. You could hand this album to Martians and explain that "this IS rock and roll." - CharlieBrown
Captures the Motor City Madman at his finest. His guitar playing is amazing! He can go from loud and fast, to bluesy, to very melodic. I have never heard sounds come from a guitar like those on Hibernation. Great White Buffalo will give you goose bumps. Classics like Motor City Madhouse, Stranglehold, Cat Scratch Fever, etc. - CharlieBrown
Back when Aerosmith could plug in, turn it up to 11, and rock out. Hits like Dream On, Sweet Emotion, Walk This Way, Back in the Saddle, etc. - CharlieBrown
The best live album of the 70s from the best band live of the 70s. - Metal_Treasure
Yes, Journey. They were an amazing live band. Awesome musicians playing the hits like Lovin' Touching' Squeezin' and Anyway You Want It and allowed a little more freedom here to jam like on songs like Walks Like a Lady and Dixie Highway. Steve Perry's voice is just as amazing here as on the studio albums too. Listen to his voice leading up to the Do You Recall guitar solo, and in the background of the Wheel in the Sky guitar solo. Otherworldly! - CharlieBrown
A 13 minute version of Free Bird, hello! - CharlieBrown
Captures their then lead guitarist Mick Taylor in all his melodic, six string glory. Let's be honest, most consider the Mick Taylor period to be the Stones' best.
Definitive versions of many of his earlier songs, many which became massive hits like Show Me the Way, Baby I Love Your Way, and Do You Feel Like We Do (stoke up those Zippos! ). Great guitar too. - CharlieBrownV1 Comment
Randy kills it on this album - Sabbath
Only 22? This is by far the best live rock album ever made!
Are you kidding me? How is this so low
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Top Remixes (6)
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3. Double Live Gonzo - Ted Nugent
2. Ozzy Osbourne - Randy Rhoads Tribute
3. World Wide Live - Scorpions
2. Live After Death - Iron Maiden
3. Live - Blind Guardian
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