Uncorked is an acoustic live album by Al Stewart with Dave Nachmanoff.
It was recorded on their spring tour of the East Coast of the USA in 2009 and it was released later the same year.
Back in 1992, Al Stewart recorded an acoustic live album called Rhymes in Rooms which he made with Peter White. It was a deliberate decision to avoid repeating any of the songs on that first album.
Live at the Isle of View is an acoustic live album and DVD by The Pretenders.
It was recorded at the Jacob Street Studios in London in May 1995 for broadcast on television.
Rhymes in Rooms is an acoustic live album by Al Stewart featuring Peter White.
It was recorded in the USA and Japan at:
McCabes Guitar Shop, Santa Monica, California
The Birchmere, Alexandria, Virginia
Banana Hill, Osaka, Japan
Unlike his first live recording, Live Indian Summer which was with a full band, this is just the two performers.
Days Of Speed is an acoustic live album from Paul Weller.
It was recorded on his European tour between March and July 2001.
The Road Home is a live acoustic album by Heart.
It was recorded at the Backstage Club in Seattle, Washington during the five nights of August 12–16, 1994.
Reckoning is an acoustic live album by the Grateful Dead.
It was recorded in September and October 1980. It was mainly recorded at the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco and at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
Unblackened is an acoustic live album by Black Label Society.
It was recorded at Club Nokia in Los Angeles on March 6, 2013.
It includes some acoustic songs recorded in the studio.
Unplugged: The Complete 1991 and 2001 Sessions is a live album by REM which was finally released in April 2014.
A video of the shows has been released as REMTV.
It was recorded at Chelsea Studios, New York City on April 10, 1991 and at TRL Studio at MTV Studios again in New York City on May 21, 2001.
MTV Unplugged is a live album by Jay-Z.
It was recorded at the MTV Studios in New York on November 18, 2001.
MTV Unplugged No 2 is a live album and DVD by Fugees member, Lauryn Hill.
It was recorded at the MTV Studios in New York City on July 21, 2001.
In this album, the singer switched from hip-hop to acoustic soul.