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11 Live Albums

Some classic live albums that are worth owning.
1The Jimi Hendrix Experience
BBC Sessions
2Led Zeppelin
BBC Sessions


Both BBC Sessions showcase each artist at the respective high points in their careers.
3 The Allman Brothers
At Fillmore East


Shows off the more jam rock oriented side of the Allmans.
4Iron Maiden
Live After Death
5Coheed and Cambria
Neverender


4 discs. Every Coheed track through Good Apollo II. For the 15 bucks I paid for this it is one of the best buys in music i've ever made.
6Lamb of God
Killadelphia


Pre-Sacrament era Lamb of God. All of their most noteworthy tracks. All you really need from them imo. They sound so contrived these days.
7Santana
Lotus


Psychedelic abandon.
8Camel
A Live Record
9Porcupine Tree
Warszawa


Stupid Dream era PT. Contains alot of the noteworthy early stuff which to me has more replay value than the stuff they've done lately.
10Deep Purple
Made in Japan
11John Mayer
Where the Light Is


JM jams hard on this. No radio bullshit. Does some pretty good blues covers and jams longer cuts of quite a bit of his best material.
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