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Post by Jesper Hvid » 6 years ago

Post amazing live stuff. I can't find a similar topic. If such already exists, please delete this. No genre distinction. Please just no douchebag material.

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Dumbstruck audience in total awe.

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Post by aerogi » 6 years ago

I'm not sure if it goes for 'amazing live' stuff, but this is a vid from a tv show from Aerosmith from 1974.

But what i think is truly amazing, 41 years later, it are still the same 5 members! I don't think many bands can say that.

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Post by Jesper Hvid » 6 years ago

You can't get around such as Aerosmith. They ARE rock music, incarnate. As sure as the Sun rises, Aerosmith are rocking. Somewhere.

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Some bands just looked like shit. Old-school King Crimson must be the ugliest and uncoolest looking band in the history of rock.

Thankfully, those criteria do not apply.

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Always thought this was a great show, and a fitting end to the Iron Maiden Dickinson-era, but of course he had to return. I think he's wasted his time. The best couple of solo albums he did in the 90s were and are much better than anything 'Maiden did with or without him, since 1992, possibly even 1988.
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 6 years ago



Classic, from when they refused to do playback on German TV.
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 6 years ago



He never made it more difficult than it was. Very unpretentious and totally cool, always. Kept touring smaller venues way up into the '90s, and I saw him several times in Denmark, until Walter Trout took over.
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Post by Andy » 6 years ago


Dio Live in Philly 1986 , great gig that :)

The link below is a youtube channel featuring Rainbows live in Munich 1977 gig with Dio on vocals.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYl9OWY ... _66T5C0UzZ
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Post by Andy » 6 years ago

Jesper Hvid wrote:

Always thought this was a great show, and a fitting end to the Iron Maiden Dickinson-era, but of course he had to return. I think he's wasted his time. The best couple of solo albums he did in the 90s were and are much better than anything 'Maiden did with or without him, since 1992, possibly even 1988.
Trending towards 1988 , more like. Fear of the dark still had 3 pretty good songs , No prayer was one to completely to forget about. Holy Smoke was still good I found at the time, but today even this one song is nothing more than an empty bubble to me.

I really like old Maiden shows where Bruce just had joined and those older with Paul Di'Anno the most.

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Dio - Hungry For Heaven - Live at Superrock 1985

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Post by Jesper Hvid » 6 years ago



Meth Leppard feat. Dr. Heathen Scum rock at some shit joint.
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Post by PTRACER » 6 years ago

Two fucking legends on stage, John Lennon and Frank Zappa, playing an awesome blues track. The video is bootleg, but the audio soundboard:



Unfortunately it's ruined by Yoko screaming like a cat that's been under the wheels of a truck.

The wrong fucking one got shot.
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Post by theracer120 » 6 years ago

That's the second video/song I've seen/heard which features Lennon in what would be a pretty epic collaboration if it wasn't for Yoko screaming like a complete twit.

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Post by erwin greven » 6 years ago

PTRACER wrote:Two fucking legends on stage, John Lennon and Frank Zappa, playing an awesome blues track. The video is bootleg, but the audio soundboard:

Unfortunately it's ruined by Yoko screaming like a cat that's been under the wheels of a truck.

The wrong fucking one got shot.
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