Paul Weller Sight & Sound Live At The Royal Albert Hall 2000

Sight & Sound Live At The Royal Albert Hall is a live album and DVD by Paul Weller.

It was recorded in London in 2000.

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David Bowie Bowie At The Beeb 3 CD version 1968 to 1972 2000

The commonly available version of David Bowie At The Beeb is a two CD version but there is a limited edition with 3 CDs with a concert from 2000.

This live performance was recorded at BBC Radio Theatre, London on June 27, 2000.

The standard version (CDs 1 & 2) and live in the studio sessions recorded between 1968 and 1972.

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The Moody Blues Hall Of Fame 2000

Hall Of Fame is a live album by The Moody Blues.

It was recorded at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 1 May 2000 and was released in August the same year. The World Festival Orchestra played on the album replacing the Colorado Symphony Orchestra who appeared on their 1992 live album A Night At Red Rocks.

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Tony Ashton Live At Abbey Road 2000

Live At Abbey Road is a live album by Tony Ashton and Friends.

While he was with Paice Ashton Lord, Tony Ashton fell off the stage and broke his leg. The band broke up and he went through an extremely difficult time due to ill health and lack of work.

In 1984 he recorded the Live In The Studio album but it didn’t have any success. He developed a second career as an artist and played live.

In 1999 he was diagnosed with cancer and his friends got together to record this special benefit concert at Abbey Road in London in June 2000. Those involved include Jon Lord, Ian Paice, Micky Moody, Bernie Marsden, Chris Barber, John Entwistle, Zak Starkey, Zoot Money and Joe Brown.

He died on 28 May 2001.

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Elton John One Night Only The Greatest Hits 2000

One Night Only The Greatest Hits is a live album by classic rock star Elton John. It was recorded at two concerts at the Madison Square Garden in New York in October 2000.

I don’t why but I’m irritated by the title One Night Only when there were two nights.

The album also brought out various famous guest stars – Kiki Dee, Ronan Keating, Bryan Adams, Anastacia and Mary J. Blige.

There’s obviously no problem with Kiki Dee singing on Don’t Go Breaking My Heart. We’d rather have her than anyone else. But I’m not sure that the Elton John purists are going to want the others.

It’s not like it’s John Lennon turning up to help sing Lucy In The Sky Of Diamonds is it? (see Here & There)

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Oasis Familiar To Millions 2000

Familiar To Millions is the first official live album by Oasis. It was recorded at Wembley Stadium in London in July 2000.

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The Who Live At The Royal Albert Hall 2000

Live At The Royal Albert Hall is a live album by The Who recorded on 27 November 2000.

This is the same version of the band that is so good on Blues To The Bush.

It was a charity gig for the Teenage Cancer Trust and this attracted some big name guest stars… but do you really think they are better singers than Roger Daltrey?

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Bruce Springsteen Live In New York City 2000

Live In New York City captures Bruce Springsteen reunited with the E Street Band in 2000. Their first concert together for 11 years.

For me Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band belong together like strawberries and cream. One without the other doesn’t feel right and it’s going to be tough hearing them play again with a replacement for the Big Man (Clarence Clemons).

Bruce Springsteen Live In New York City Overall Rating – 25/30

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