I've worn out my copy of Speak of the devil. What a great rock record! Brad Gillis had some very big shoes to fill and he did so admirably. And Tommy Aldridge puts on a rock drumming clinic!Albums ?
Ozzy-Speak of the Devil
Rush- All the Worlds a Stage
Kansas- Two for the Show
Judas Priest-Unleashed in the East
Most of my live stuff is dvd, loads of good stuff out there.
www.relisten.net/grateful-dead/I listen to more live music than recording session music..... would be so hard to pick one, but from when it came out till now, I've always loved Lou Reed's "Rock 'n' Roll Animal."
Lately, can't get away from the Get Shown the Light box set by the Grateful Dead (May 1977), Trouble No More box set by Bob Dylan...... and then there's archive.org with tons of great Dead and Zeppelin boots..... and all the Jerry Garcia band bootlegs and official releases... and it goes on and on...
Beat me to it - first one that came to mind. Very underrated album! Also proved that Genesis would continue successfully with Phil fronting.
Now Nacci, you're messing with my precious, pot-enshshrouded, 14-year old listening obsession!Tom Dowd's remastered Allman Brothers Live At the Filmore East. There is a lot of wizardry on Dowd's part in remastering this concert audio considering how little it resembles the original and Dowd himself admits this. Still, putting that aside it is a masterpiece, so good in fact that it makes the original unlistenable.