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Discussion in 'Ace's BASS Place' started by guitarsgamesfam, Jan 29, 2017.
Summertime Blues by The Who
(trick answer, there was no studio version)
Id kinda agree except Uncle Johns Band. They dont seem to be able to really get that right live. IMHO of course.
Oh man, you dont LOVE Gabriels theatrics??? Im a huge fan. Suppers Ready is in my top 5 for sure!
Rchp at slane. Johns Tele was killer
@amstratnut I'll give you that one, although I have seen that one done extremely well live.
Scorpions Tokyo tapes was one of my favorite live albums back in the 70's
Fly to the rainbow live version is way better than the studio version in my opinion
Uli working a Strat, awesome!
That old Scorpions catalog is great!
I don't love Gabriels theatrics, lol... they didn't bother me, except I took their music more seriously when I watched their live performances sans the strange costumes (slippermen, magog) although I must say - the flower costume was quite comical
I miss old Genesis.... wish there was more music like that now...
Im not usually into the showmanship aspect of rock and roll. David Lee Roth, Kiss, poser type bands etc (most are to some degree) seem kinda cheesy, but Gabriel seemed to go to a different weird place, more like performance art and less like rock posturing.
The scale of his stage props is kinda funny. Especially if you compare it to how elaborate Pink Floyd shows were just a few years later.
Pink Floyd Comfortably Numb .. Delicate Sound of Thunder
Incredible sound live ...better imo than the album...sorry if someone already said ...Super Tramp....
Ted Nugents Great White Buffalo on Double Live Gonzo blows away the studio version.
The one that springs to mind for me is Dolly Dagger by jimi, always loved the Isle of Wight '70 version better than the studio one.
Although as someone else has already said, Jimi had a way of performing live that changed things each time
Most great rockers are better live- Beck, Clapton, Walsh, Blackmore, Kim Simmonds, Randy California, Page, Alvin Lee, to name a few.
The entire Dire Straits "Alchemy" double album- what a powerhouse that band was
Cheap Trick - I want you to want me. Studio version is okay. On At Budokan, it rocks.