You Can’t Do That On Stage Anymore Vol 1 is a live compilation by Frank Zappa.
It collects songs from concert recordings between 1969 and 1984.
In total, Zappa put together six live albums in the You Can’t Do That On Stage Anymore series although volume 2 focused on a single set of concerts.
UB40 Live is a live album by British reggae group UB40.
It was recorded in Ireland in February 1982.
The Living End is a live album by Husker Du.
It has been compiled from the 1987 Warehouse: Songs and Stories tour which was their last as the band broke up immediately afterwards.
Rick Danko, Richard Manuel and Paul Butterfield Live At The Lone Star Cafe in New York in 1984.
This is an interesting combination of styles and songs as two former members of The Band perform in concert with blues man Paul Butterfield.
Queen on Fire Live at the Bowl is a live album and DVD by Queen.
It was recorded at the Milton Keynes Bowl in Milton Keynes, England on 5 June 1982 while the band were promoting the disappointing Hot Space studio album.
Perhaps Queen were trying to prove a point because this album rocks hard and the piano based ballads create a great contrast.
Live 1980/86 is a collection of live recordings by Joe Jackson that collects songs from four different tours.
When it was a vinyl double album, each side represented a particular tour:
- 1980 The Beat Crazy tour songs 1 to 6
- 1982/83 The Night and Day tour songs 7 to 11
- 1984 The Body & Soul tour songs 12 to 16
- 1986 The Big World tour songs 17 to 22
Rory Gallagher Live At Montreux is a live compilation album and DVD By Rory Gallagher.
The CD has been compiled from his recordings at famous annual festival in Switzerland in 1975, 1977, 1979 and 1985.
The DVD includes more songs and also a performance from 1994 and some of his acoustic blues recordings.
Nocturne is a live album and DVD by Siouxsie & The Banshees.
It was recorded at the Royal Albert Hall on 30 September and 1 October 1983.
Press the Eject And Give Me The Tape is a live album by Bauhaus.
The album brings together recordings made from three concerts In England:
- Royal Court Theatre in Liverpool on 31 October 1981
- Hammersmith Palais in London on 9 November 1981
- Old Vic in London on 24 February 1982
Later bonus tracks came from:
- Le Rose Bon Bon in Paris on 3 December 1981
- Fagins in Manchester on 28 October 1981
This captures the time when new wave music was turning towards goth rock and before indie and alternative rock developed.
Sad Cafe Live In Concert is a live album by English rock band Sad Cafe, best known for their ballad Every Day Hurts.
It was recorded at the Apollo Theatre in Manchester over three nights in 1980.