Ultimate Classic Rock is giving you the chance to vote in their best live album of 2012 poll.
The nominees are:
Bachman and Turner – Live at the Roseland Ballroom, NYC
Big Brother and the Holding Company – Live at the Carousel Ballroom 1968
The Doors – Live at the Bowl ’68
Led Zeppelin – Celebration Day
Motorhead – The World Is Ours, Vol. 1
Motorhead – The World Is Ours, Vol. 2
Night Ranger – 24 Strings and a Drummer – Live and Acoustic
Ozzy Osbourne – Ozzy Live
Twisted Sister – Live at Hammersmith
Cast your vote at Ultimate Classic Rock
Is There A Great Live Album Released In 2012 That Is Missing From This List?
I was going to jump to the defence of the official bootleg release of The Brussels Affair by The Rolling Stones. Checking my facts, this was made available in 2011 but I only found out about it in 2012 which explains my confusion.
My mind isn’t organised by chronological release date. I associate live albums much more with their recording date and whether it is coming from their classic period when they were at their finest in performance terms.
I can’t think of an obvious album missing and especially if I try to work within the “classic rock” definition that is the subject of this poll.
What about you?