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    Quote Originally Posted by Olimpass View Post
    Live albums! I have to think about that. I have a list too which I will be adding to. Other than a few you’ve already mentioned. Right off the top for me..

    Uriah Heep Live ‘73

    Beck, Bogert & Appice Live (1973)

    Kiss Alive!
    I worked for SHOWCO Sound in 73 and was on that Uriah Heep tour.

    A great live rock album from 1971 = Humble Pie Rockin' the Fillmore
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    Ricardo.I saw Uriah Heep in Philly in 1975,Blue Oyster Cult(opener} kind of stole the show.
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    Slinky, nice selections. I would add a few of my own:

    Tom Petty Live at The Fillmore
    Loggins & Messina - Live On Stage
    Ten Years After - Live at the Fillmore East (R.I.P. Alvin Lee)
    Yes - Triple Live LP
    Allman Bros. Live at The Fillmore East
    Cream - Wheels of Fire - portions were recorded Live (I think at the Fillmore East ?) . Love how Ginger Baker introduces the Double Bass drum at the end of White Room! He was a Master of Drumming Syncopation, IMHO.

    Added Bonus: Linda Ronstadt Live at the Hollywood Bowl. A great band and she had a Magnificent Voice.

    As I shake the Cobwebs from my memory - I'll add some more down the Road.

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    Classic rock way to go Deep Purple Zep what more ya want

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    Quote Originally Posted by slanddad View Post
    Ricardo.I saw Uriah Heep in Philly in 1975,Blue Oyster Cult(opener} kind of stole the show.
    BOC was the opener for the '73 tour as well....impressive, yes.
    I was surprised how they could all switch instruments.
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    I will see Todd Sucherman again in a couple of weeks play a STYX show.
    The band is better than ever right now.
    If you can catch the tour, do it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo View Post
    I will see Todd Sucherman again in a couple of weeks play a STYX show.
    The band is better than ever right now.
    If you can catch the tour, do it!
    Awesome! I saw them a few years back and they were so tight! Todd's such a great player.

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    I saw them last fall at our local venue. Great show along with REO and Loverboy.


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