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Ozzy Osbourne: Randy Rhoads Tribute 43 8.83%
Scorpions: World Wide Live 35 7.19%
Kiss Alive (any of them) 75 15.40%
Steve Vai: Alive in an Ultra World 11 2.26%
Frampton Comes Alive 30 6.16%
Other 293 60.16%
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Old 03-01-2007, 04:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Favorite Live Album

What is your favorite officially released live album?
I would have to say Tribute. Randy Rhoads playing was flawless and Ozzy did a decent job singing for the show.
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Sorta a small list, Um I'd have to vouch for How The West Was Won (Zeppelin live ) or Alice in Chains "Live" ( live album), but I couldn't see it on the list.
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I love Tribute, but they did a real edit job on that show. I've got the boot of that show and Ozzy's singing is OK at best. Randy's tone is better on the boot than on the official release.

One live album that isn't listed is Black Sabbath "Live Evil". I absolutely love that album.
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I was gonna say UFO strangers in the night
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The only (and I mean the ONLY) thing that prevents "Tribute" from being a perfect album is the drum solo. If anything could have been afforded to be edited out then that would be it...
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I love Tribute, but they did a real edit job on that show. I've got the boot of that show and Ozzy's singing is OK at best. Randy's tone is better on the boot than on the official release.
What is the date and title for the boot?
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If you want blood you got it ac/dc awesome much better than the studio albums at that point . Bon Scott RIP
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Live in Paris and Atlantic City Studio from Bonfire are amazing
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What is the date and title for the boot?
I'm not sure of the date, but its a Cleveland show. Randy's solo is slightly different, and they used the Montreal show solo for the Tribute album.
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I'm not sure of the date, but its a Cleveland show. Randy's solo is slightly different, and they used the Montreal show solo for the Tribute album.

Yeah I found it last night at eternalrhoads.com thanks though
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'Made in Japan' by Deep Purple. It has the most exciting interplay between organ and guitar while Blackmore plays with such fluidity along with incredible tone. The mix of the album is years ahead of any live album I've ever heard.
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Maiden's Live after Death
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From this short list I would pick Frampton. However I've never been a big fan of live albums. Bootlegs are interesting to listen to. However, I want to hear a band's studio quality sounds and if I like it, I'll go see them live.
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Dire Straights' Alchemy comes to mind... some of the best versions of Sultans of Swing and Tunnel of Love there is...
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My choice ("other") is Strangers In The Night by UFO. Others that deserve to be on the list are Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush Live, Robin Trower Live!, All The World's A Stage by Rush and Tokyo Tapes by Scorpions (way better than World Wide Live).
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