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Topic: HOB's Top 50 live albums of all time Return to archive
07-10-02 09:48 AM
VoodooChileInWOnderl Ya Ya's at 23rd!

01 Jimi Hendrix
Band Of Gypsys (1970)

02 Various Artists
Woodstock: Three Days of Peace & Music (25th Anniversary) (1995)

03 Johnny Cash
At Folsom Prison (1968)

04 Bob Dylan
Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Live 1966 Royal Albert Hall (1998)

05 Miles Davis
The Complete Live At The Plugged Nickel 1965 (1965)

06 B.B. King
Live at the Regal (1965)

07 Allman Brothers Band
Live at Filmore East (1971)

08 Bob Marley & The Wailers
Babylon By Bus (1978)

09 Nirvana
Unplugged in New York (1994)

10 The Who
Live at Leeds (1970)

11 The Band
The Last Waltz (1978)

12 John Coltrane
Live at Birdland (1963)

13 James Brown
Live at the Apollo Vol. 1 (1963)

14 The Ramones
It's Alive (1979)

15 Aretha Franklin
Live at Filmore West (1971)

16 Muddy Waters
At Newport (1960)

17 Talking Heads
Stop Making Sense (1984)

18 Otis Redding
In Person at the Whisky A-Go-Go (1968)

19 U2
Under a Blood Red Sky (1983)

20 Peter Frampton
Frampton Comes Alive (1976)

21 Little Feat
Waiting For Columbus (1978)

22 Ray Charles
Live (1973)

23 The Rolling Stones
Get Your Ya-Ya's Out (1970)

24 Stevie Ray Vaughan
Live Alive (1986)

25 Grateful Dead
Live Dead (1969)

26 The Doors
Absolutely Live (1970)

27 John Lee Hooker
Live at Newport (2002)

28 Etta James
Rocks the House Live (1964)

29 Lynyrd Skynryd
One More From the Road (1976)

30 Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Live Rust (1979)

31 Joe Cocker
Mad Dogs and Englishmen (1970)

32 Cream
Live Cream, Vol. 1 (1970)

Alive! (1975)

34 Cheap Trick
Live at Budokan (1979)

35 Various Artists
The Monterey International Pop Festival (1967)

36 Albert King
Livewire/Blues Power (1968)

37 Sam Cooke
Live At The Harlem Square Club (1985)

38 Frank Sinatra
Sinatra at the Sands (1966)

39 Eric Clapton
Unplugged (1992)

40 Elvis Presley
Aloha From Hawaii (1973)

41 Ella Fitzgerald
The Complete Ella In Berlin (1960)

42 Judy Garland
Judy at Carnegie Hall (1961)

43 Billie Holiday
Jazz at the Philharmonic (1946)

44 MC5
Kick Out the Jams (1969)

45 Curtis Mayfield
Curtis Live! (1971)

46 Neil Diamond
Hot August Night (1972)

47 John Coltrane
Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings (1961)

48 Bill Withers
Live at Carnegie Hall (1973)

49 Elvis Costello
Live at the El Mocambo (1978)

50 Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen
Live From Deep in the Heart of Texas (1974)

07-10-02 09:49 AM
VoodooChileInWOnderl Oops, this is the link for more and covers
07-10-02 10:24 AM
L&A Beatles at row 1258 ?
07-10-02 10:39 AM
L&A Led Zeppelin at row 5.843,
Pink Floyd at row 12.842,
Velvet Underground at row 18.258, ...
07-10-02 11:21 AM
L&A wrote:
Beatles at row 1258 ?

Does the Beatles have a live album?
07-10-02 11:23 AM
Joey '10 The Who
Live at Leeds (1970) '

" Live at Leeds " is number 10 ???????????

Completely Unacceptable .

Live at Leeds is an insistent entity that flows over me constantly gets under your skin , like a pleasurable rash . Hug Me .

" Hit Me Ronnie "

Joey Fly

07-10-02 11:50 AM
Jumacfly Elton John, live at the fuckin blue boy, row 175869!!!
07-10-02 12:53 PM
jumpinjackflash59 Get Yer n23? After Frampton, Talking Heads, Nirvana, the Ramones? Live at Leeds ONLY n10?
Tell me it's a joke.
07-10-02 01:50 PM
bez85 where's Jerry Lee Lewis "Live at the Star-Club 1964"? the greatest rock-n-roll live record of all time! ask keith.
07-10-02 02:25 PM
Prodigal Son My gawd!!! Any list where Live at Leeds and Ya-Yas are not in the top 3 is ridiculous. They rank 1 & 2 for sh!t's sake. Today's double disc Leeds is also one of the top 25 rock records ever.
07-10-02 04:06 PM
Mother baby Jerry Lee Lewis??? I wouldn't doubt it. He just played some casino down here last week, over near Bilouxi I think.
07-11-02 02:02 AM
Im_Shattered NEIL DIAMOND??? wtf
07-11-02 08:51 AM
Honky Tonker The Beatles put out "Live At The Hollywood Bowl" in the late 70's on vinyl, 8-track, and cassette. I don't think it's available on CD. Lots of screaming, but generally the sound quality is a lot higher than say "Got Live".
[Edited by Honky Tonker]
07-11-02 09:33 AM
Mother baby I had Johnny Winter & Live when I was a kid that I thought was pretty good and BTW what criterion did they use to come up with this list?

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