Live Progressive Rock Albums I’ve Played In 2017

Listed below are the live progressive rock albums I played in 2017.

I started recording the live albums I played in 2015.

Here are the indie progressive rock albums I played in 2015 and in 2016.

January 2017

No albums played this month.

February 2017

March 2017

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Frank Zappa The Yellow Shark 1992

The Yellow Shark is a live album where Ensemble Modern perform Zappa’s songs and some of the songs were conducted by Frank Zappa.

This was recorded at Alte Oper in Frankfurt, at the Philharmonie in Berlin and the Konzerthaus in Vienna in September 1992. By this stage Zappa was seriously ill from cancer and he died on December 4, 1993, a month after this album was released.

Zappa was only well enough to appear at two of the concerts in Frankfurt where he received a 20 minute standing ovation. These were his last public appearances.

Frank Zappa The Yellow Shark

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Marillion Made Again 1991 to 1995

Made Again is a live album by Marillion.

According to Discogs, this brings together recordings from three shows:

  • Tracks 1.1 to 1.6 recorded Live In London at Hammersmith Odeon, 29th September 1991.
  • Tracks 1.7 to 1.12 recorded Live In Rotterdam at Ahoy Sportspalace, 29th September 1995.
  • Tracks 2.1 to 2.19 recorded Live In Paris at La Cigale Theatre, 29th April 1994.

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Spock’s Beard Live At High Voltage Festival 2011

Live At High Voltage Festival is a live album by Spock’s Beard.

It was recorded in the UK on July 24, 2011 and features a guest appearance by former frontman Neal Morse for the last two songs. It is the first recording after their second singer, Nick D’Virgilio left the band.

Spock's Beard Live At High Voltage Festival

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Rush The Lady Gone Electric New York City 1974

The Lady Gone Electric is a live album by Rush.

It was recorded at the Electric Ladyland Studios in New York City, in December 1974 in front of about 12 people.

Rush The Lady Gone Electric

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