Live At The Fillmore East October 4th & 5th 1968 is a box set of live recordings by Sly And The Family Stone.
What we have are four different sets of Sly Stone performing live (two per night) in New York in an even earlier set than the Woodstock performance. By this stage, the band had released their third studio album Life but it’s before the big hits which started with Everyday People released in November 1968. It’s also before Sly Stone was overtaken by his drug addiction.
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In Concert At The Troubadour is a live album by Rick Nelson.
It was recorded in Los Angeles on December 13, 1969.
Since it was first issued, it has been massively extended to include alternative performances from the same set of concerts at the Troubadour.
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In Concert: Brandeis University 1963 is a live album by Bob Dylan.
It was recorded at The Brandeis University Folk Festival in Waltham, Massachusetts on May 10th 1963.
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And This Is Maxwell Street is a live album of blues performers playing in Maxwell Street in Chicago in 1964. It was filed by Mike Shea and released as And This Is Free.
While Robert Nighthawk is the most famous and heavily featured blues artist on the album, it all includes Johnny Young, Big John Wrencher, Carey Bell, Arvella Gray, Fannie Brewer and a brief appearance by Mike Bloomfield.
Highlights from the album are on the classic album Robert Nighthawk Live On Maxwell Street.
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Live Anthology 1965 – 1968 is a collection of live recordings made by The Spencer Davis Group.
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Live On Maxwell Street is a live album by Robert Nighthawk.
It was recorded in the street in Chicago on September 24th, 1964.
Songs On Robert Nighthawk Live On Maxwell Street
Cheating And Lying Blues – 5:00
Juke Medley – 1:37
The Time Have Come – 5:13
Honey Hush – 3:37
I Need Love So Bad – 5:25
Take It Easy Baby – 4:09
Annie Lee/Sweet Black Angel – 6:57
Big World Blues – 3:08
Maxwell Street Jam – 2:21
I Got News For You – 4:23
All I Want For Breakfast/Them Kind Of People – 4:10
Mama Talk To Your Daughter – 6:06
The Real McCoy – 3:21
Interview – 13:32
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Live at the Fillmore East 2-11-69 is a live recording by the Grateful Dead.
This captures the early and late performances in New York where they were supporting Janis Joplin.
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The Kids Are Alright is a film and live soundtrack album by The Who. The recordings range from July 1965 through to May 1978.
When it was released back in 1979, fans were extremely grateful to have more live recordings from the band. Incredibly we only had the original six track Live At Leeds. Since then many more live recordings have been released including other compilations.
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Newport ’63 is a live album by John Coltrane.
As the title suggests, this was recorded at the famous Newport Jazz Festival on Rhode island July 7, 1963 with the exception of the last track which came from the Village Vanguard, New York City on November 2, 1961.
At Newport, the band was:
John Coltrane – tenor and soprano saxophones
McCoy Tyler – piano
Jimmy Garrison – bass
Roy Haynes – drums
The band for the Village Vanguard track was:
John Coltrane – tenor saxophone
Eric Dolphy – alto saxophone
Reggie Workman – bass
Roy Haynes – drums
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John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers Live In ’67 is an archive released live album that was only released in 2015.
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