Various - M.A.E. '85 Live album
Live/1975–85 is a live album by Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band. It consists of 40 tracks recorded at various concerts between 1975 and 1985. In November of '85, Springsteen wrote in the liner notes, "Jon Landau sent a four-song cassette of 'Born in the . 'Seeds', 'The River' and 'War' down to my house with a note attached saying he 'thought we might have something here'.
Format: 2 Cassette, Album. Country: US. Released: 1986. Genre: Jazz, Rock, Funk, Soul, Blues, Pop, Folk, World, & Country. Michigan Live '85 (2xLP, Album). August Night Records.
James Brown - Live At The Apollo 2. The Who - Live At Leeds 3. The Allman Brothers - At Fillmore East 4. Jerry Lee Lewis - Live At The Star Club 5. Ray Charles - In Person 6. Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison 7. Deep Purple - Made In Japan 8. The Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya Ya's Out 9. Bob Dylan - The Royal Albert Hall. Erykah Badu - Live 83. Bob Seger - Live Bullet 84. The Everly Brothers - Reunion Concert 85. The Beatles - Live At The Hollywood Bowl 86. Little Feat - Waiting For Columbus 87.
I’m not sure any live album by any band ever served to endear a band to their fans quite like that one did. S. hat being the cas. .For me, a (not necessarily close, but nonetheless) second choice would be A Real Dead On. hich was a companion disc to A Real Live On. eleased in 1993. The entirety of ‘A Real Dead One’ is recorded in various venues in Europe, where things were much better for a band like Maiden than they were in North America. So, here was a band releasing a live record under very different circumstances than their last, less than a decade later. But still being the absolute professionals that they were/are, regardless of what was going on in the world around them. Live After Death was recorded during the 1984–85 World Slavery Tour. It's a double vinyl album (with an amazing booklet full of band info and pics) with songs from their first five albums.
The live album Weld captured the best moments on a two-CD set. The 14-minute rendition of "Like A Hurricane" remains one of the best version of the tune, while concert staples "Cortez The Killer," "Powderfinger" and "Hey Hey, My My (In The Black)" have never sounded so vital. Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, ‘Live/1975-85’ (1986). A guy who once said "I cannot allow myself anything less than to produce the best live LP ever," Bruce Springsteen had a lot to prove on his first live album. The four nights in November, 1961 that John Coltrane and various lineups of his group were recorded at a Manhattan club yielded a lot more music than the three tracks here - most of his subsequent album, Impressions, was drawn from those gigs, too. But Live! At the Village Vanguard is an argument as much as it is an album.
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|A1||–LaRae John Garretson||Civilization
Written-By – LaRae
Written-By – Rick Kordoz
|A3||–XEX*||Baby It's You||7:00|
Written-By – Susie Science
Written-By – Mark Conforte
|B3||–Imaginary Boys||Why Me||3:30|
|B4||–LaRae John Garretson||Civilization (Reprise)
Written-By – LaRae
NotesRecord comes in generic cover.
Recorded live at Modern Artiste' Enterprises, Rahway, NJ on HiFi VCR.
Each track was recorded on differant dates in 1985.
A1 Alice's Party Aug. 18
A2 Dec. 9
A3 Valentine's Day
B1 Noiseathon 1 Feb.22
B2 Jan. 14
B3 Halloween Eve
B4 Alice's Party Aug. 18
Vinyl etching is "8/17/86."