Favourite Live Albums.

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  1. Gorton_Tubster

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    Ummagumma - pink Floyd
    Live in the city of light - honor minds
     
  2. Deepest Blue

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    I'll walk off this fackin stage if you don't stop spitting.
    Dog!

    Vintage Johnny.
     
  3. bavarian blue

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    I thought they were at the top of their game at this time, unfortunately a year or so later it started to unravel.
     

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  4. chesterbells

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    Didn’t you rate this pal?

     
  5. Live after death by iron maiden.
     
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  6. bavarian blue

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    Loved Burn. I meant the fall out between band members leading to Gillan leaving.
     
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  7. chesterbells

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    Prefer World Wide Live & Priest Live myself but great shout re Heart of the City - was playing it only yesterday. For me that was peak Whitesnake, before he decided to get dressed up like a Christmas tree, and get in a load of pretty boy renta musos.
     
  8. blue b4 the moon

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    Yeah just on the end of them being proper bluesy.
     
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  9. Southern KK

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    And in particular Magic Bus
     
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  10. City Hobgoblin

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    Rolling Stones Brussels Affair 73 boot.

    the Who Live at Hull , from same tour as Live at Leeds and possibly edges it.
     

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