Alice Cooper has an reputation for the extraordinary show he puts on live but has he recorded a classic live album?
In many ways the theatrics overshadow the music, specially in the later years.
What Are The Best Live Albums By Alice Cooper?
To help pick the best audio and video of Alice Cooper live, I’ve given you two votes. Continue reading What Is The Best Alice Cooper Live Album?
Raise The Dead Live From Wacken is a live album and DVD/BlueRay by Alice Cooper.
It was recorded at the Wacken Open Air festival in Wacken, Germany on August 3, 2013.
This includes a tribute to long lost rock legends like Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, John Lennon and Keith Moon.
Continue reading Alice Cooper Raise The Dead Live From Wacken 2013
Brutally Live is a live album and/or a DVD by Alice Cooper.
It was recorded at the Labatts’ Apollo Hammersmith in London on 19th July 2000.
Continue reading Alice Cooper Brutally Live 2000
1969 – Ladies Man / Science Fiction / Freak Out
This is an unofficial live album recorded in Toronto in 1969 and it’s been released under a variety of different album titles.
Continue reading Alice Cooper Ladies Man or Science Fiction or Freak Out
Live At Montreux 2005 is a live album and / or DVD by Alice Cooper.
It was recorded at the 2005 Montreux Jazz Festival.
Alice Cooper’s extravagant stage show is ideally suited to a concert DVD.
Continue reading Alice Cooper Live At Montreux 2005
A Fistful Of Alice is a live album by Alice Cooper recorded in June 1996 at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. It includes guest appearances by Slash, Sammy Hagar and Rob Zombie.
This album has also been issued under the title of Alice Cooper Live at Cabo Wabo ’96.
Alice Cooper A Fistful Of Alice
Continue reading Alice Cooper A Fistful Of Alice 1996
The Alice Cooper Show is a live album by Alice Cooper recorded at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas in August 1977.
This is quite late in his career for his first live album and much of his success was in the early seventies.
Alice Cooper is a showman and any live album is going to fail to capture the full experience of his live shows because the “shock-rock” visual antics were such an important part of the entertainment.
The emphasis on death and dying is not to my tastes but he does have some great tunes.
The Alice Cooper Show
Continue reading Alice Cooper The Alice Cooper Show 1977