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Their music certainly isn't for everyone, but I can't think of many bands right now that are more original.

Not a Phish thread though.

Sorry.






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I RAed





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Just now getting to the hardest working man in showbiz





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Great memories at the old Kingfish

I missed that show but did see: Eddie Money, Edgar Winter, Head East, Starcastle and some others.....most for 99 cents!!

Check out this link for the concerts at the famous Warehouse in N.O. It has links to many old Audio Clips, posters, reviews, etc.

LINK

If you are an Allman Bros fan, check the link at the very end for some other way cool stuff. The 70's man, the 70's.........

Rock on!!






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Roxy Music, Apollo Theatre Manchester (1979)

1 Manifesto
2 Song For Europe
3 Still Falls The Rain
4 Mother Of Pearl
5 In Every Dream Home A Heartache
6 Ain't That So
7 Love Is The Drug
8 Editions Of You
9 Re-Make/Re-Model
10 Virginia Plain







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The Beatles - Rooftop Concert 1969

Get Back - 01:03
Don't let Me Down - 04:18
I've Got a Feeling - 07:53
One After 909 - 11:35
Dig a Pony - 14:38
Get Back 18:30

What Happened And Why






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It's funny that you could take a random Phish show from 1997 and it is better than 95% of the stuff posted in this thread. Don't get me wrong, I love plenty of artists that have appeared so far, but Phish's live show blows them away (only things that compare are The Who, Allman Brothers, and Grateful Dead in their prime)





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Potent, Elegant, Always interesting
Stewart
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Sting

5 May 1980.

Tracklist:

1. Next To You (1:24)
2. So Lonely (4:10)
3. Walking On The Moon (10:57)
4. Hole In My Life (16:02)
5. Deathwish (20:03)
6. Truth Hits Everybody (25:30)
7. Bring On The Night (28:40)
8. Driven To Tears (33:20) (WTF???)
9. The Bed's Too Big Without You (37:22)
10. Message In A Bottle (46:50)
11. Roxanne (51:29)
12. Can't Stand Losing You (58:37)
13. Landlord (1:08:00)
14. Born In The 50s (1:10:30)
15. Fall Out (1:15:14)
16. Next To You (Reprise) (1:17:40)






enjoy



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quote:

It's funny that you could take a random Phish show from 1997 and it is better than 95% of the stuff posted in this thread.


ok

Who's throwin jabs at Phish? not me......

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Phish's live show blows them away (only things that compare are The Who, Allman Brothers, and Grateful Dead in their prime)


Whoa now, there are plenty of great live bands when they were in their prime. Bro its a matter of "taste". I saw plenty of bands in the 70's and 80's that were fantastic live, made up of excellent musicians that are now Hall of Famers.

Genesis, Yes, ELP, Marshall Tucker, Pink Floyd, Frank Zappa, Rush, Queen, on and on..........its all good brother, as long as it makes you happy!!






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Phish=Crossfit

















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Another great band that played the Kingfish around '78 for 99 cents.........





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The MC5 - Live on the Beat Club (1972)

The Motor City protopunks take a rocket to Rhineland on this German TV show.









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Another great band that played the Kingfish around '78 for 99 cents...


I have a sick Meters bootleg in 75 from that venue. Where exactly was it?






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Elvis Presley on The Louisiana Hayride



Elvis' appearances on the Hayride radio show are a major turning point in popular music history. Every Saturday night he and his band would drive to Shreveport for the precious exposure (hundreds of miles sometimes), building their regional audience eventually to the point that both RCA and Atlantic records would be interested in him (RCA won out). If Elvis had never done the Hayride American music might have been very different.

"That's All Right Mama" (October 16, 1954)

"Blue Moon of Kentucky" (October 16, 1954)

"Tweedle Dee" (April 30, 1955

"I Forgot To Remember To Forget" (October 1, 1955)

"Paralyzed" (December 16, 1956)











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Moby Grape live in 1967

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Monterey Pop Festival

1. "Indifference"
2. "Sitting by the Window"
3. "Omaha"

Avalon Ballroom

1. "Rounder"
2. "Looper"
3. "Bitter Wind"
4. "Changes"





Why should I care about Moby Grape?






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Jerry Lee Lewis - Live at the Star Club, Hamburg (April 5, 1964)

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Live at the Star Club is a live recording of Jerry Lee Lewis backed by The Nashville Teens playing at the Star-Club, Hamburg, Germany, April 5, 1964. It is regarded by many music journalists as one of the wildest and greatest rock and roll concert albums ever. The album appears in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.




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Rolling Stone (5 out of 5 stars): "'Live At The Star Club, Hamburg' is not an album, it's a crime scene: Jerry Lee Lewis slaughters his rivals in a thirteen-song set that feels like one long convulsion. Recorded April 5th, 1964, this is the earliest and most feral of Lewis' concert releases from his wilderness years ..."

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Allmusic: "Words cannot describe -- cannot contain -- the performance captured on Live at the Star Club, Hamburg, an album that contains the very essence of rock & roll [...] Live at the Star Club is extraordinary -- the purest, hardest rock & roll ever committed to record [...] he sounds possessed, hitting the keys so hard it sounds like they'll break, and rocking harder than anybody had before or since. Compared to this, thrash metal sounds tame, the Stooges sound constrained, hardcore punk seems neutered, and the Sex Pistols sound like wimps. Rock & roll is about the fire in the performance, and nothing sounds as fiery as this; nothing hits as hard or sounds as loud, either. It is no stretch to call this the greatest live album ever, nor is it a stretch to call it the greatest rock & roll album ever recorded. Even so, words can't describe the music here — it truly has to be heard to be believed."



Side one

"Mean Woman Blues" (Claude Demetrius) 4:01
"High School Confidential" (Hargrave, Lewis) 2:25
"Money (That's What I Want)" (Janie Bradford, Berry Gordy) 4:35
"Matchbox" (Carl Perkins) 2:46
"What'd I Say, Part 1" (Ray Charles) 2:18
"What'd I Say, Part 2" 3:08

Side two

"Great Balls of Fire" (Otis Blackwell, Jack Hammer) 1:48
"Good Golly, Miss Molly" (Bumps Blackwell, John Marascalco) 2:19
"Lewis' Boogie" (Lewis) 1:55
"Your Cheatin' Heart" (Hank Williams) 3:03
"Hound Dog" (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller) 2:28
"Long Tall Sally" (Enotris Johnson, Little Richard) 1:52
"Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" (Sunny David, Dave Williams) 4:24






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Jerry Lee Lewis, for all of his fame, remains one of the most underrated rock n roll performers of all time. He changed the game. He invented punk rock.





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Stax/Volt Revue - Live in Oslo, Norway (April 7, 1967)




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Stax/Volt Revue - Live in Norway 1967 marks the first-ever official release of this historic concert. Considered by soul music fans to be one of the greatest lineups of artists ever to grace the concert stage, this DVD features stunning performances by Otis Redding, Sam and Dave, Eddie Floyd, Arthur Conley, The Mar-Keys and the legendary Booker T. & The MGs.

This DVD captures the April 7, 1967 concert in Oslo, Norway near the end of the three-week tour, when all the artists were at their very peak.



Booker T and the MGs
1. Red Beans And Rice
2. Green Onions

The Mar-Keys
3.Philly Dog
4.Grab This Thing
5.Last Night

Arthur Conley
6.In The Midnight Hour
7.Sweet Soul Music

Eddie Floyd
8. Raise Your Hand

Sam and Dave
9. You Don't Know Like I Know
10. Soothe Me
11. When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
12. Hold On! I'm Comin'

Otis Redding
13.Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)
14. My Girl
15. Shake
16. Satisfaction
17. Try A Little Tenderness














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Stax/Volt Revue - Live in Oslo, Norway (April 7, 1967)


I just noticed this was the same day as the Velvets show at the Gymnasium in NYC, posted earlier in the thread.

Oh, to have been at both those shows...









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