Live in San Francisco is a live album by Neil Young and Crazy Horse.
It was recorded at the Cow Palace on October 22, 1978. This concert provided the music for the Rust Never Sleeps film. Essentially it is an unofficial version of Live Rust with the missing songs – Thrasher and Welfare Mother – restored.
The unofficial album has been released on the 101 Distribution label for the vinyl release and Immortal for the CD.
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Live at the Capitol Theatre Passaic NJ 1979 is a live recording of Van Morrison while he was promoting the Into The Music studio album.
It was recorded in New Jersey, USA on October 6, 1979 and has been released on the 101 Distribution label. As such, this is not an artist approved release but squeezes through the copyright laws in Europe.
Van Morrison has not released enough official live albums in my opinion because his studio output in the late 1970s ranged from outstanding to interesting. Live, he has a reputation as a moody, unpredictable performer with concerts ranging from brilliant to awful.
Caught on a good night, his music can redeem your soul.
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