Live At The Budokan is a live album by Brit Pop group Blur.
All the tracks were recorded live at the Budokan in Tokyo on 8th November 1995 except for She’s So High which was recorded at NHK Hall the following day.
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Deeper Space / Extra Virgin Sky is an extension of the live album Deep Space/Virgin Sky by Jefferson Airplane.
Because both albums are available separately, I’m treating them as different.
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Deep Space/Virgin Sky is a live album by Jefferson Starship.
It was recorded at House of Blues, West Hollywood, California on January 21st, 1995.
The album was released in June 1995 and extended to a double CD in 2003 and sold as Deeper Space / Extra Virgin Sky.
Since both these albums are still available, I think it’s best to treat them separately given the different name which suggests a different, later live recording.
While the name has changed from Airplane to Starship, the band didn’t ignore their earlier material.
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Frampton Coms Alive II is a live album by Peter Frampton.
It is the follow-up to the incredibly successful Frampton Comes Alive from 1975.
According to Amazon.com this was recorded at the Fillmore West in San Francisco on June 15th and June 16th,1995 while Wikipedia indicates the recordings came from August 1992 through to June 16, 1995.
Since the album was reissued with four extra songs, it might be that these hits didn’t come from the Fillmore concerts.
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Live at Red Rocks 8.15.95 is a live album by the Dave Matthews Band.
It was recorded at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado on 15 August 1995 and was released in October 1997.
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Live In Geneva is a live album by Wishbone Ash which was recorded at The Rock Heroes Festival, Geneva on 6th April 1995.
The album is also cheekily promoted as The Very Best of Wishbone Ash Live at Geneva
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