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#1
Not sure if this has been done but what is yours?

Mine is a choice between

Thin Lizzy - Live and Dangerous or

Rush - All The Worlds a Stage
#4
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Led Zeppelin - How The West Was Won

Totally agreed. The 25 minutes version of Dazed And Confused alone would win it already.
#6
Deep Purple - Made In Japan

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Led Zeppelin - How The West Was Won

Yes. Either that or Jimi at Woodstock.
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#9
Frampton Comes Alive- Peter Frampton

Live at Leeds- The Who

Two of my favorite albums I own...
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#10
Totally agree with above but also UFO Strangers In The Night. (Had to check my old vinyl collection though its been so long since I heard it)
#11
I know it's not the "best" and the one's like Frampton Comes Alive have already been said. AC/DC live...that album just gets me pumped.
#12
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Frampton Comes Alive- Peter Frampton

Live at Leeds- The Who

Two of my favorite albums I own...



Live at Leeds is an excellent album. You are safe in saying that it may be the best.
#13
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Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band: Live At The Hammersmith Odeon, 1975.

The very definition of a rock 'n' roll show.


Word, I've got to agree with this. Amazing live album.
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#14
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Allman Brothers Band - Live At Filmore East




Great album.

However, I might have to go with a different Allman Brothers album, entitled An Evening With the Allman Brothers Band.
#16
My vote goes to either How the West Was Won or Live at Filmore East. My father just introduced me to Live at Filmore East this past summer and I fell in love with the album.
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Great album.

However, I might have to go with a different Allman Brothers album, entitled An Evening With the Allman Brothers Band.


I don't have that one ill have to get it. I'd say "On Your Feet Or On You Knees" by Blue Oyster Cult is a great album and "Ladies and Gentlemen the Grateful Dead" at Filmore East, April '71, though my fav. is still ABB's LAFE
#18
Hendrix's Band of Gypsys is number one in my mind, no questions asked.
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#19
I'd probably say Filmore East by ABB but Live at Leeds and Get Yer Ya Ya's Out are very close..
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#20
Ozzy Osbourne and Randy Rhoads-Tribute

GODLY

Even thought it is not rock, it is a metal album
#21
Hendrix - Live at Filmore East
Deep Purple - Made in Japan
The Who - Live at Leeds
George Harrison - The Concert For Bangladesh
Live At The Fillmore - Derek And The Dominos
Live Cream, Vol. 2 - Cream
Kick Out The Jams - MC5
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#23
Journey greatest hits live
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#25
AC / DC - If You Want Blood You've Got It

Just got it today and the band is on fire! Its an awesome CD.
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LOL @ KISS.

The Allman Brothers Band - Live at Filmore East

How about the Atlanta International Pop Festvial. + Dont laugh @ Kiss . Your lucky you got Ronnie as your avatar, or id tear you a new one.
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#30
Deep Purple- Live in Japan
Thin Lizzy- Live and Dangerous
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#32
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How about the Atlanta International Pop Festvial. + Dont laugh @ Kiss . Your lucky you got Ronnie as your avatar, or id tear you a new one.

Are we looking at Atlanta Pop as both discs, or only one?

I personally don't like Hoochie Coochie Man very much, so it drops that tape for me a bit. I think Every Hungry Woman is fantastic though. I still think that LAFE is a smoother album. The Atlanta Pop album is very soulful, but its a good bit rougher. Great disc though.

And someone mentioned An Evening with The Allman Brothers Band. That's a great collection.

One More from the Road is a great tape also.
#33
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Allman Brothers Band - Live At Filmore East

+1
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#35
Rush In Rio is excellent.

"Live and Dangerous" by Thin Lizzy is a classic...

"Blues Alive" by Gary Moore. He's on fire.
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#36
Quote by Ramblin'_Man
Allman Brothers Band - Live At Filmore East

yea, that ones pretty good

i also like dylans bootleg of the rolling thunder revue, hendrix at woodstock and the isle of wight (his last concert), and the new REM thing even though thats not classic rock

oh, and clapton unplugged!

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#37
one more from the road -skynyrd
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#38
Deep Purple - Made In Japan
Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More From the Road
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#39
Dire Straits - Alchemy
Dire Straits - On the Night
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