In Concert: Brandeis University 1963 is a live album by Bob Dylan.
It was recorded at The Brandeis University Folk Festival in Waltham, Massachusetts on May 10th 1963.
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An Evening With John Denver is a live album by John Denver.
It was recorded at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles in August and September 1974.
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Live At Rockpalast is a live album or DVD by Ian Dury and the Blockheads.
It was recorded at the WDR Studio L in Cologne on 21 February 1978. At this stage, Dury was still promoting the New Boots and Panties album, which had been released on 30 September 1977. This studio album had sold very well in the UK, peaking at #5 in the album charts and earning a platinum disk.
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Hard Rain is a live album by Bob Dylan.
It was recorded on May 16, 1976 in Fort Worth, Texas and on May 23, 1976, at Hughes Stadium in Fort Collins, Colorado.
It is a souvenir of the second leg of The Rolling Thunder Tour and has been overtaken by the earlier and more extensive Live 1975.
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Live In New York, Gaslight Cafe 6th September 1961 is a live album by Bob Dylan.
At the moment, this is the earliest recording of Bob Dylan performing live in concert. To put the timing into perspective, he recorded the songs for his début self titled album on November 20th and 22nd 1961, i.e. two and a half months after this recording.
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Living In Clip is a live album by Ani DiFranco.
It was recorded on tour in 1995 and 1996 and was released in 1997.
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The Bootleg Volume 6: Bob Dylan Live 1964 – Concert At Philharmonic Hall is another archive live recording. It was recorded on October 31, 1964 in New York and the studio Another Side of Bob Dylan had been released a couple of months earlier in August.
It follows on from Live 1966 “Royal Albert Hall” and Live 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue.
This time, Bob Dylan is still a solo acoustic folk singer although it includes three songs from the yet to be released Bringing It All Back Home. Dylan was shortly to change popular music forever but we didn’t know it.
Joan Baez provided vocals on Mama, You Been on My Mind, Silver Dagger, With God on Our Side and It Ain’t Me, Babe.
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Hot August Night is a live double album by Neil Diamond, recorded at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles in August 1972.
It has been released in a number of different versions with extra songs being added each time.
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The Bootleg Series Vol. 5: Bob Dylan Live 1975, The Rolling Thunder Revue is a live album by Bob Dylan recorded in November & December 1975 promoting his Blood On The Tracks album and previewing his 1976 release, Desire.
This is in the same official bootleg series as Live 1966 The Royal Albert Hall Concert. While it’s not as famous, some people will say that it’s even better. Bob Dylan is no longer trying to sound like an extremely literate garage band.
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The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live 1966, The “Royal Albert Hall” Concert is a controversial live album by Bob Dylan.
It is one of the most famous live recordings ever made as one disgusted fan of Bob Dylan’s electric rather than acoustic songs yells out “Judas” before Like A Rolling Stone. Listen out for it and you”ll also hear Dylan’s instruction to his band to “play it fucking loud”.
And they do.
Feelings were still running high although the electric Bob Dylan first appeared on the Bringing It All Back Home album, released in March 1965.
For many years it was bootlegged and became known as the Royal Albert Hall recording but it is widely known that the Judas heckling comes from the concert at the Manchester Free Trade Hall in May 1966.
Bob Dylan started to issue a series of official bootlegs and this album appeared legally in 1998.
The group backing Bob Dylan in this concert were known at the time as The Hawks but they became better known later as The Band.
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