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    Re: Live or Memorex?

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Not the Agora Theater 1978
    Well here is the legendary 1978 Passaic show's version.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcD1I...eature=related

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    Re: Live or Memorex?

    Much of The Band's stuff sounded better live. If you get a chance, rent the Last Waltz and watch it on a good sound system.
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    Re: Live or Memorex?

    Nirvana's live recordings are very good
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    Re: Live or Memorex?

    Maiden is a super-tight live band, there isn't much difference.
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    Re: Live or Memorex?

    Live Rust is one of Neil Young's finest moments IMO.
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    Re: Live or Memorex?

    Quote Originally Posted by Raisor View Post
    Heck, I didn't know it was Japanese until about a year ago.
    What, you thought is was from Budokan, Tenessee? :

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    Re: Live or Memorex?

    Quote Originally Posted by 919191 View Post
    I downloaded a Dire Straits show once. It sounded almost like their studio recordings. .
    Ditto for the Alan Parsons Project...you almost cannot even tell that they are out of the studio on "Alan Parsons: The Very Best Live (1995)"
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    Re: Live or Memorex?

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    Re: Live or Memorex?

    Besides the obvious ones mentioned already..... Katmandu- Bob Seger live. The studio version is too slow and stuffy.
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    Re: Live or Memorex?

    Quote Originally Posted by 919191 View Post
    I downloaded a Dire Straits show once. It sounded almost like their studio recordings. .
    saw them at radio city music hall in 1985. fabulous live band.

    their live album "alchemy" is a great cross section of their catalog.
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    Re: Live or Memorex?

    Quote Originally Posted by rotnoid View Post
    Besides the obvious ones mentioned already..... Katmandu- Bob Seger live. The studio version is too slow and stuffy.

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    Re: Live or Memorex?

    I prefer Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing" on "Hendrix in the West" instead of the studio version.

    Same with "Red House".

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