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Tobacco Road - Edgar Winters White Trash - Roadwork (Vinyl, LP, Album)


On the —11 tour, Winter would play with Rick Derringer again. Winter also produced, arranged, and performed on the album Mission Earth This album's words and music were written by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. Hubbard is said to have left detailed instructions and audio tapes for the musicians and producers to follow when making the album.

Winter and his wife, Monique, live in Beverly Hills, California. I tour all the time. If I were to have children, I would want to be home all the time. US Charts are Billboard unless otherwise noted. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Edgar Winter's White Trash group. American recording artist; rock and blues musician.

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Jive, Jive, Jive. I Can't Turn You Loose. Otis Redding. Still Alive and Well. Full House!! Of course Grand Funk. They could most bands off of the stage. Explain to me why Steppenwolf isnt in the HOF. Irish tour was one of my favorites got LP for my I pod not to long ago. I don,t have to worry about wearing this copy out!!!!!! Many great albums on this list…. Not the biggest Frampton fan but Frampton Comes alive was for a long time biggest selling live album ever so lots of people must have liked it, and so what if it is a bit MOR the name of the list does not specify genre but just that they should be a live album.

Not kiddee pop. Frampton features in 2 of the best live albums in this survey. Glad that Hot August night is not on this list. Come on guys! Cannonball adderly,opperation breadbasket,rory galagher in dublin Zappa,roxy and elsewhere. Yes at their very best. Also, Supertramp, Paris Live! Probably the best produced live album, ever! It is a sonic chronicle of a band at the very pinnacle of their powers that displays an urgency, intensiy, and virtuousity only hinted at in their studio recordings.

Wattstack, Revolution of the mind, Wings across America, Woodstock, Bless its pointed little head, isle of wight, thirty seconds over winterland, Jimi live at Berkley. I had almost given up hope of anyone mentioning Rock n Roll Animal; then you, Tim Silano gave it a mention and ,for me it is the best live album out of all the live albums that I have heard. The musicianship and arrangements are second to none and the band are so tight. Maybe not many people have bought or listened to the album, but it is without a doubt my Number One Best Album.

Leon Live, Leon Russell. Shame on you!! Granted, these albums were put together after D. I agree. Humble Pie Performance should be way higher, and Peter Frampton should be somewhat higher, if not number 1. You guys are smoking too much weed! Estoy totalmente en desacuerdo con esta lista. I grew up listening to that album. It is a great list. I do NOT agree with some of the bands on it, but it covers some of the greats. Donde Dios Santo esta el Yessongs?

Yeash, the no1 album in the universe. Probably out of competition good, everything else fades into a grey mass. Thanks for all your comments, it just goes to prove that you cannot please all of the people, all of the time.

Every list like this will always have things on it that make people mad, or the list leaves out things that people consider vital. The Who live at Leeds comes out top on a lot of these lists. My thinking is that the decision by Townsend to go against the band and refuse a live album release, before buckling and getting the management team to record The Who last Album) gigs live that year Hull and Leeds, with the sound quality of Hull being poor so eventually Leeds being the chosen gig.

Alongside the ordered burning of the previous 38 gigs recordings, made many people appreciate, especially many years later, the performance given on that album. The brave move at the time to not include any of the popular rock opera Tommy tracks played during the night onto the album gives it extra Kudos, by fans as a brave move.

Many remark on the gritty performance of the man at the time of recording. But hindsight is a wonderful thing. Everybody has different views as to what should be on there. I forgot Opeth colud do with amention. Rare Earth and Opeth couldd do with a mention. Also think that Deep purple should have been higher. Uriah Heep live was a favorite of mine.

Ones that did not make them cut but should have. What is the actual point of compiling a list like this? Who cares we like what we like! And Queen live Killers? Genesis-Seconds Out or even Genesis Live. Pink Floyd Pulse. Foghat LIve? Grand Funk Caught in the Act? Whitesnake Live in the Heart of the City? Deep Purple Made in Japan should definitely be much higher — if not 1. Foghat Live!! Pat — Do you have to use a homophobic term to make your point?

Would you say the same applies to Judas Priest simply because Rob Halford came out as gay? Still listen to it rolling down the road. Thanks for remembering. Happy Trails is Very Good. Love em anyway. Agree Larry, i was lucky enough to be at The Fillmore East that night.

Agree GFR should be on the list. Some great albums here no doubt but I have no time for nirvana. But hey just an opinion. Queen, Bruce Springsteen and go on.

Very subjective — we all have our personal favourites so would all produce a different chart. In these lists there is always something missing. But is is a good list anyway. Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsies? Little Feat Waiting for Columbus? Yes — Yessongs? Chicago at Carnegie Hall? Bob Dylan at Philharmonic Hall? Joe Cocker Mad Dogs and Englishmen. I actually own 3 of them and wish I still had one of them! The one that got a real reaction from me was Deep Purple — was that not the one with Tommy Brolin?

Maybe not. Hi there. I was at Leeds that evening. I have the cd of the Hull concert from the following evening and it isnt a patch on the Leeds recording. Just my opinion of course. Blue Oyster Cult, On your feet or On your knees is worth listening too. As good or better than most on this list. All good choices, but I have a few more you may have overlooked. The deluxe edition is even better.

I do not have any problem with the first two on this list. In fact you could flip flop these two as 1 or 2 on this list. I just want to mention the J.

In fact at one time I would have put it as high as number 3 on my personal list. All in all, not a bad cross section, though.

Ignore live albums, whenever possible, watch the shows from DVD or Blu-ray instead. Definitely some great albums missing. To have Kiss any where near this list of great bands is ridiculous. Absolutely the worst band ever to make It big. These things are always very subjective.

Of course no one will have the same list. Still there are a couple of huge omissions that should be on any live album list. Bob Seger- Live Bullet has been 1 on several lists Ive seen and gets no mention here. Yes- Yessongs…. Yes isnt everybodys cup of tea but Yesssongs is simply one of the best live recordings ever released.

Without those two on the list somewhere this list is meaningless. I would have liked to see the list that the top 25 were chosen from. So many good ones are hardly mentioned.

My top 5: 1. Grateful Dead — Europe 72 3. Jimi Hendrix — Band of Gypsys 5. Little Feat — Waiting for Columbus. You must be kidding. Nice list and some great additions in comments. I hate lists like this, because these are 25 great albums and yet I can think of a dozen others that should be on here. Who made up this list, Dick Clark or some 12 year old kid? Simply the best-recorded live album of a band at their very best.

Are you kidding me?? And I second Mr. And finally… no Zappa?? Hello Chicago…. Pretty hard to beat that one. Anyone that LP knows rock music knows Strangers should be on the list. Kiss may have touched up some vocals and guitar parts. But not the drums at all.

Every live album is touched up. Iggy and the Stooges. The Byrds Untitled. The rendition of 8 miles high is just killer. Also Mountain Live has that amazing long version of Nantucket Sleighride. Jefferson Airplane. By far their best album. The Grateful Dead makes an appearance too.

Nice countdown, but of course, we could could probably communally agree on another 25 that would be worthy of making this list. One of my all time favorite Live albums was.

Whitesnake live in the heart of the city? Iron maiden Maiden Japan? Just goes to show you cant please all of the people etc… myself included,no Dr Feelgood — Stupidity. Good list. Thats a ridiculous list, thats one of five best live albums ever made…. To be on such a list a record really needs to speak to giving you a sense of being at the show as well as appealing to a rather broad audience.

It also needs to have made a difference. It would be remiss not to also consider the 2 first Woodstock records. This is a probably a U. Should be in Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame. Rory Gallagher Live in Europe should be on there too. Unfortunately few peole, current musicians included, know who he was or who his kids became.

RIP Rory. David—————— he never had any children—————————————— trust me, I know this for Album) fact. Too many for a list of Needs to be top Agree with a lot of other commentators, Grand Funk Railroad Live is a given on this list.

What about Slade Alive — one of the first albums I ever bought — still sounds great today!! Slade gets no respect in the U. Hear Me Calling. When I was in 11th grade I had to look in just about every record store in town to find it. Big Rory fan, but Stage Struck has terrible sound. I might like it better if it was recorded better. Live in Europe and Irish Tour much better. I would swap against James Brown. Jethro Tull — Live: Bursting Out.

One of the greatest live recordings of all-time! Amazing non-stop Who. Not all live albums suck. No overdubs. You missed one of the all time best hard rock live albums UFO-Strangers in the night.

A must have, check it out what a classic live concert. I totally agree. There are many great artists missing. I have most of the live LPs and CDs. My favorite is live and dangerous. A good way to this is poll the fans and then make UR list.

Compile the result into atleast the top Jimi Hendrix- Band of gypsys…. Bob Marley is up there too…. AlchemyDire Straits. Before the flood. Bob Dylan and The Band. Humble Pie should have been top 5. The Concert For Bangladesh, J.

Not bad overall. No UFO strangers?? Welcome back my friends,E. Fleetwood Mac live, Del Amitri, Into the mirror, live Grand Funk Railroad Live should be high on the list. All time classic. All new music, a masterpiece. Yes Little Feat, Waiting for Columbus, one of the most overlooked live albums ever, sonds so good you think you were there!

Anybody who thinks Kiss should be on this list should take serious music lessons. I understand your point about Kiss. Many good live recordings were left off but that the way these lists go. No Nukes. I definitely do not agree with a lot of their picks. Definitely Chicago IV. Was early Chicago greatest Hits from first three albums, played out live. Amasing and everything. With Terry Kath and Peter Cetera. They were so well tuned together i Carnegie Hall shows.

You need to relabel the list Greatest Rock live albums. I must make a correction James Brown and Johnny Cash are on your list but it is still seriously lacking music from the rest of the world. Every episode re-examines something from the past—an event, a person, an idea, even a song—and asks whether we got it right the first time. From Pushkin Industries. Because LP the past deserves a second chance.

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