Inside Rock

Best Live Albums (S2-E11)

September 16, 2021 JabberGuys Season 2 Episode 11
Inside Rock
Best Live Albums (S2-E11)
Show Notes

Best Live Albums (S2-E11)

Inside Rock and the JabberGuys discuss some of Rock’s iconic ‘Live’ Albums over the past decades, and some of the stories behind them.

Bob Seger - “Live Bullet” (Recorded 1975)

KISS - “Alive” (Recorded 1975)

Peter Frampton “Comes Alive” (1976)

Saga - “In Transit” (1982)

Deep Purple - “Made in Japan” (1972)

Judas Priest - “Unleashed in the East” (1979)

Rush - “All the World’s a Stage” (1976), “Exit Stage Left” (1981)

Humble Pie - “Rockin’ the Filmore” (1971)

Warren Zevon “Stand in the Fire” (1980)

Cheap Trick - “Live at Budokan” (1978)

Rolling Stones - “Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out!” (1970)

Lynyrd Skynyrd - “One More from the Road” (1976)

Thin Lizzy - “Live and Dangerous” (1978)

Iron Maiden - “Live After Death” (1985)

Styx - “Caught in the Act” (1984); eligible for the Rock Hall of Fame since 1997 and still not inducted … wtf?

Lou Reed - “Rock and Roll Animal” (1973)

Queen - “Live at Wembley” (1986)

Eagles - “Hell Freezes Over” (1994)

Fleetwood Mac - “The Dance” (1997)

Bruce Springsteen - “Live 1975-1985”

ACDC - “If You Want Blood, You’ve Got It” (1978)

Neil Young - “Rust Never Sleeps” (1979)

Ian Hunter - “Welcome to the Club” (1980)

Johnny Cash - “Live at Folsom Prison” (1968)

Talking Heads - “Stop Making Sense” (1984)

Led Zeppelin - “The Song Remains the Same” (Recorded 1973, Released 1976)

BB King - “Live in Cook County Jail” (Released 1971)

Aerosmith - “Live Bootleg” (1978)

Elvis - “Aloha from Hawaii” (1973); live concert shown on January 14th, in over 40 countries, but the broadcast was delayed in the USA due to conflict with Superbowl VII, and not aired until April 4th.

Genesis - “Seconds Out” (1977)

UFO - “Strangers in the Night” (1979)

Queen - “Live Killers” (1979)

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