Platinum Supporting Member
- May 14, 2017
- Reaction score
Miles Davis - Four and More
Frank Sinatra at the Sands with the Count Basie orchestra
Chicago at a Carnegie Hall
Cheap Trick Live at Budokan
Dixie Dregs - Bring them back alive
This one is another deadly live album by Thin Lizzy!Before I get to my favorite, over the past week I've been enjoying a new one from Neil Young called "Way Down in the Rust Bucket" (released in late February). The album was recorded on November 13, 1990 at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, CA, where the band was warming up for their upcoming Ragged Glory tour. The show consisted of three sets and an encore, featuring most of recently released Ragged Glory, as well as older fan favourites and deeper cuts.
A little like KISS, Thin Lizzy had recorded five albums before really finding their sound with "Jailbreak," but had a great set of tunes and ferocious energy when they recorded the double-live "Live & Dangerous" in 1978. It's a monster, and I never get tired of it.