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Re: THE BEST LIVE ALBUMS

Fri Dec 27, 2013 5:27 pm

Live after death - Maiden
Distant sound of Thunder - Floyd
Leamington Spa - Fish ;)

Re: THE BEST LIVE ALBUMS

Fri Dec 27, 2013 5:38 pm

sussexsaint wrote:Live after death - Maiden
Distant sound of Thunder - Floyd
Leamington Spa - Fish ;)

I think it's "a delicate sound of thunder"...but you're right:it's a great live ;)
8-)

Re: THE BEST LIVE ALBUMS

Fri Jan 03, 2014 1:21 pm

UFO - Strangers in the Night
Neil Young - Live Rust
Judas Priest - Unleashed in the East
David Bowie - Stage
AC/DC - If you Want Blood
Genesis - Seconds Out
Marillion - Early Stages
Fish - Derek Dick and his Amazing Electric Bear
King Crimson - U.S.A.
Theres a few to keep you going on with...

Re: THE BEST LIVE ALBUMS

Fri Jan 17, 2014 3:54 pm

The Allman Brother Band Fillmore Shows.
Quo Live.
AC/DC If You Want Blood.
Genesis Seconds Out.
Yes Yesshows.
Rory Gallagher Irish Tour `74.
Grateful Dead Fillmore `69

Re: THE BEST LIVE ALBUMS

Fri Jan 17, 2014 4:40 pm

The Mission-No Snow, No Show-For The Eskimo

Having released about 6 live DVD/CD this is the original line-up at there peak. Which they are currently getting near to again.

All About Eve-Live At Glastonbury 1989

What more could you want than a group of hippy ideals singing songs titled, such as, Our Summer, Flowers In Our Hair, Candy Tree and In The Meadow. Could there be any situation more appropriate? :D

Re: THE BEST LIVE ALBUMS

Fri Jan 17, 2014 5:44 pm

Will check that out Chris - was a huge Mission fan back in the day - was in a gothicish band at 6th form :lol: we played tower of strength, butterfly on a wheel, severina and a couple of others I can't remember along with some Cure and Sisters stuff. They asked me to leave as I was too happy :lol:

And 'D'oh' yes Delicate sound of thunder - the final solo for comfortably numb makes me tremble

Re: THE BEST LIVE ALBUMS

Fri Jan 17, 2014 6:03 pm

sussexsaint wrote:Will check that out Chris - was a huge Mission fan back in the day - was in a gothicish band at 6th form :lol: we played tower of strength, butterfly on a wheel, severina and a couple of others I can't remember along with some Cure and Sisters stuff. They asked me to leave as I was too happy :lol:

And 'D'oh' yes Delicate sound of thunder - the final solo for comfortably numb makes me tremble


Another connection......this is getting too spooky.

Happiness is for The Eves. Mind you I never found The Mission to be that depressing. But The Sisters.....most definately.

Re: THE BEST LIVE ALBUMS

Wed Mar 26, 2014 6:45 am

ANATHEMA:"universal"....really awesome!!!
8-)

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