WHO Poll
Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

claret59 12:08 Wed Sep 7
live albums
i can't help myself, i know they get slagged off but i've always loved them. either a cheap double album introduction into the studio albums or a longed for live experience when i was too young or skint to go to the concerts.

led zeppelin - the song remains the same
deep purple - made in japan
taste - live at the isle of wight
free - live
rory gallagher - live in europe
humble pie - performance
wishbone ash - live dates
uriah heep - live
johnny winter - captured live
barclay james harvest - live

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13 Brentford Rd 4:59 Tue Sep 13
Re: live albums
I mentioned this the other day. I feel the need to emphasise as got zero response.
Best live album of any genre imho!

Aswad - Live and Direct

Mike Oxsaw 3:24 Tue Sep 13
Re: live albums
Would the two Fleetwood Mac albums "Blues Jam in Chicago" count as live albums, or is the criteria "in front of a paying audience" to be considered live?

chim chim cha boo 3:11 Tue Sep 13
Re: live albums
The Hold Steady, A Positive Rage.

chim chim cha boo 2:59 Tue Sep 13
Re: live albums
Ramones, It's Alive!
The Who, Live At Leeds.

Primal Scream, Live In Japan.

Hammer and Pickle 10:06 Mon Sep 12
Re: live albums
The Mothers of Invention - Roxy and Elsewhere 1974

The Stoat 10:02 Mon Sep 12
Re: live albums
The Mothers of Invention - Live Fillmore 1971

The Stoat 9:58 Mon Sep 12
Re: live albums
paulon 7:12 Sun Sep 11

You forgot Kaftans, Afghans, Tie Dye T-Shirts & Patchouli Oil

oioi 5:14 Mon Sep 12
Re: live albums
Hollywood Be Thy Name - Live at Willie Purple's - Dr John

Noah 5:01 Mon Sep 12
Re: live albums
can't believe no-one's mentioned AC/DC if you want blood.

Takashi Miike 11:35 Sun Sep 11
Re: live albums
I love Exit Stage Left but I wish they'd used the mix from the video footage rather than the slightly different audio versions which I think are inferior

martinbritt_63 11:28 Sun Sep 11
Re: live albums
Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 9

Berliner Philharmoniker - cond. Herbert Von Karajan

Live Recording 1982 Berlin Festival

Chrisnutjob 9:51 Sun Sep 11
Re: live albums
Rush. A show of hands.

Bamber 9:27 Sun Sep 11
Re: live albums
Thanks Wilko. I had heard there's a That Petrol Emotion box set due out this year. Something to look forward to.

yngwies Cat 8:18 Sun Sep 11
Re: live albums

paulon 7:12 Sun Sep 11

Don't forget the Leather!

A mighty fine look, what with sewing on patchs and doing embroidery of band names, I would have smashed the Great British Sewing bee

paulon 7:12 Sun Sep 11
Re: live albums
The overwhelming impression from this thread is that at least 75% of WHO are blokes in double denim, sewn on band patches and Hi Tec trainers

Wilko Johnson 7:01 Sun Sep 11
Re: live albums
Bamber 11:06 Fri Sep 9

TPE, Final Flame was its name.

Not sure if you're aware but the band are currently compiling a box set.

Aalborg Hammer 2:33 Sun Sep 11
Re: live albums
Made in Japan-Deep Purple

4ever-blowin-bubbles 12:01 Sun Sep 11
Re: live albums
i think KISS had 3 live albums

DaveT 9:44 Sat Sep 10
Re: live albums
Status Quo Live
Thin Lizzy Live and dangerous
Saw Slade at the Empire Pool October 1972 and the following night at the same place it was The Faces. Happy days

Toe knee cot Tea 7:37 Sat Sep 10
Re: live albums
Anathema - A sort of homecoming
Pink Floyd- Pulse
Genesis - Seconds out
The last 2 Steve Hackett live albums (and probably the one out next week too!)
Joe Bonamassa - Live from Nowhere in Particular
Paul weller - Catch flame

COOL HAND LUKE 7:30 Sat Sep 10
Re: live albums
CanningTownWA 1:11 Sat Sep 10

I bet that was a good night out! I saw them a few times, the best one being the 'biggie' at Earls Court in July 73... what a gig that was... we had Alex Harvey and the SAHB on first, and fair play to the guy, he wasn't intimidated by the billing and got everybody jumping.
We were on a double header that weekend - we saw Slade on the Sunday night then Bowie at the Odeon, Hammersmith on the Monday night (the penultimate gig to his 'retirement of the band' announcement).
A day or two later, Don Powell wrecked his car, killing his girfriend and almost himself as well. It was months before he was back in the saddle.
They were wild days - I never thought I'd be around to write about it 50 years later, that's for sure...

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