#1
Im looking for good live bootlegs/performances any genre as long as it decent sound quality and ok music.
#4
AC/DC Live - AC/DC

Death on the Road - Iron Maiden
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#5
Edguy - Burning Down The Opera
Shaman - Ritualive
Iced Earth - Alive In Athens
Sentenced - Buried Alive
Sonata Arctica - For The Sake Of Revenge
#7
Jeff Buckley- Live at Sin-é, Live at l'Olympia, Mystery White Boy
Red Hot Chili Peppers- Live In Hyde Park
Oasis- Familiar To Millions
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#8
Led Zep - How The West Was Won

Has a 15 min drum solo in 'Moby Dick'
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#9
Why hasn't Live At Leeds been mentioned yet?

The Who were an amazing live band
#10
The mark tom and travis show - blink 182.
or counting crows - live at the new amsterdam
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#12
i was meaning more like the sort of thing pearl jam do..whether official or unoficcial. i likes i good bootleg i does arrrrrr.
#13
Quote by cam_sampbell
Led Zep - How The West Was Won

Has a 15 min drum solo in 'Moby Dick'


yeah I fell aslep during that part, and the 20+ minute version od Dazed and Confused. the first CD is great though, but the other two are sheer wankery.
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#14
R30 by Rush kicks arse!
The sound is not the best though, but better than snakes and arrows live.

The way the west is one is one of the best albums of all time, live or non-live!
The accoustic songs on it are amazing
#15
dave matthews and tim reynolds live at radio city - unfuckingbelievable

and

neil young live at massey hall.
#16
Phish, Moe. Grateful Dead. pick one.
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#17
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yeah I fell aslep during that part, and the 20+ minute version od Dazed and Confused. the first CD is great though, but the other two are sheer wankery.

agreed.
#18
Oasis - Familiar to Millions or Live by the Sea, Fam to millions they do all electric stuff, different version of 'wonderwall' that sounds alot better. Also any John Mayer Trio live recordings, truly fantastic guitar work.
#20
machina II - the smashing pumpkins
it's a double-disc album.
and it's available for free on their site.
#21
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Edguy - Burning Down The Opera
Shaman - Ritualive
Iced Earth - Alive In Athens
Sentenced - Buried Alive
Sonata Arctica - For The Sake Of Revenge


+1
#23
I found a blog that had some Jawbreaker bootlegs for download, and man they're great.
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#25
John Butler Trio - Live at St Gallens
I like almost every song in that cd more than the studio versions
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#26
Live At Slane Castle - Red Hot Chili Peppers there's something special about all the guitar solos that night
Where The Light Is - John Mayer just a great and varied performance.
#27
Quote by cam_sampbell
Led Zep - How The West Was Won

Has a 15 min drum solo in 'Moby Dick'


They've had 40 min drum solos in Moby Dick before
#28
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machina II - the smashing pumpkins
it's a double-disc album.
and it's available for free on their site.



omgwtfbbq i cant find it on their site
#30
Jimi Hendrix - Live At Berkeley
John Mayer - Where The Light Is
Oasis - Familiar To Millions
G3 - Live in Tokyo , Live in Denver
#31
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They've had 40 min drum solos in Moby Dick before

yeah, depending on how long the guys wanna sit around drinking while Bonham works his ass off.