Mick Knights… Lou Reed. Rock and Roll Animal.
Matt Thomas… Nocturne – Siouxsie & The Banshees
Shaun Pont… Slade Alive!
Kevin Sherwood… Strangers in the Night – UFO
Paul Crimin… Live and Dangerous-Thin Lizzy
Tim Moose Bruce… Frampton Comes Alive. Live n Dangerous. E.T.I by Blue Oyster Cult, If You Want Blood
David Broome… Live in the Heart of City also like Two for the Show by Kansas
Linda McGregor… Frampton Comes Alive.. saw him about 3 years ago, did this album in full, amazing
Dave Valentine… Johnny Cash At San Quentin, 801 Live, Iron Maiden – Live After Death, Daft Punk – Alive
Alan King… Back It Up – Nils Lofgren or or this one – Bert Jansch – Live at the 12 Bar (and not just because I produced it)
Len Smith… Hand Clapping, Foot Stomping, Funky but Live, Geno Washington & Ram Jam Band
Graham Sherrington… CREAM at the Albert Hall their reunion
Mike Mitchell… It’s Alive – The Ramones
Phil Gill… Allman Brothers Live at the Fillmore. The Who Live at Leeds. All the other live albums can get in the sea.
Alan King… dunno about that, as i get older i’m getting fed up with production and find myself only listening to live stuff, yes most official ‘live albums’ are over produced too, but I even quite like some mid Pink Floyd stuff ‘live’ some very good Top Gear sessions of Atom Heart Mother and Echoes – both pieces I don’t think I could ever sit through the studio versions of ever again
Dave Edwards… Alan King, forgot Little Feat Electrif Lycanthrope and Allman Brothers a dead cert.
Jim Breeds… Stop Making Sense, Alan
Nigel Sherwood… Uriah Heep live 1973
Jan Warren… The Live Adventures of…. Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper!
Colin Bell… Live At Leeds & Around The World With Three Dog Night
Jackie Hersee… Carol King live at Hyde Park
Julian Deeprose… Live and Dangerous – Thin Lizzy, by a country mile for me Captures the very essence of a Lizzy gig, all the energy and power just cracks through. Still makes the hairs stand up every time I play it.
Alan King… but it wasn’t live was it ? all mocked up in the studio by all accounts – all a very large part of it was over dubbed – doesn’t mean it ‘aint a half decent album though – it’s just not as ‘live’ as it pretends to be
Julian Deeprose… That is a moot point as Tony Visconti who produced it says a lot of it was over dubbed whereas Chris O’Donnell the Lizzy manager hotly disputes this and says that it is 75% live but taken from different shows and only Scott Gorhams parts on 2 tracks a few essential cleanups and crowd noise overdubbed. Scott confirms this version of events. The important things is that the result is a superb album which for me recreates the 14 times that I saw Lizzy live. Halcyon days An interesting comparison is the Still Dangerous album which features several of the same recordings warts and all.
Louise Burt… Had this album its fantastic but sadly it was stolen along with all my other records in 2018
Jack Apps… All of them
Colin Gibson… I sing the body electric Shouting in Key. Rock of Ages
Paul Gray… It’s Too Late To Stop Now – Van Morrison.
Barry French… Wishbone Ash. Live Dates
Dave Nattress… Wow a difficult one!! Cream reunion at the RAH, Free live at the Isle of Wight and The Live adventures of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper, 1968, got the double CD and the double vinyl, played it just the other night. Takes me back to 68 formative years and all that.
Martyn Baker… Thin Lizzy – Live and Dangerous is hard to beat as an album, but bits of it may well be dangerous, but they’re certainly not live! I was in Tony Visconti’s studio when the guitar overdubs were being done!
Alamo Leal… Martyn, I sign underneath! Followed close by the Get Yer Ya’s Ya’s Out , of the Stones.
Tim Moose Bruce… Yessongs
Steve Blackman… Gregg Allman Live at Macon
Clive Richardson… Glastonbury triple album.
Martin Richter… live at the hope and anchor
Kevin White… Seconds Out Genesis, 08:30 Weather Report, Zappa live in New York, Deep Purple live in Japan.