Poeira Zine: 30 great live albums (2008)

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Poeira Zine: 30 great live albums (2008)

Post by Pierre » Sat Aug 05, 2017 8:30 am

Poeira Zine is a Brazilian magazine dedicated to 60s and 70s music. In 2008, they released a special issue to celebrate their fifth anniversary, and joined a list of 30 great live albums. Not much surprise in the selection, especially an hyperclassic top 5.

Found it here:
http://www.collectorsroom.com.br/2014/0 ... todos.html
The title featured, "the 30 best live albums of all time", is not the actual title in the magazine, which is just "30 great live albums chosen for you". Three albums are actually from the 1980s.

1 | Deep Purple | Made in Japan | 1972
2 | The Allman Brothers Band | At Fillmore East | 1971
3 | The Who | Live at Leeds | 1970
4 | The Rolling Stones | Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! | 1970
5 | Thin Lizzy | Live and Dangerous | 1978
6 | Led Zeppelin | The Song Remains the Same | 1976
7 | AC/DC | If You Want Blood You've Got It | 1978
8 | Uriah Heep | Live | 1973
9 | UFO | Strangers in the Night | 1979
10 | Lynyrd Skynyrd | One More from the Road | 1976
11 | Rainbow | On Stage | 1977
12 | KISS | Alive! | 1975
13 | Slade | Slade Alive! | 1972
14 | Scorpions | Tokyo Tapes | 1978
15 | Queen | Live Killers | 1979
16 | Iron Maiden | Live After Death | 1985
17 | Yes | Yessongs | 1973
18 | Judas Priest | Unleashed in the East | 1979
19 | Jimi Hendrix | Band of Gypsys | 1970
20 | Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young | 4 Way Street | 1971
21 | Free | Free Live! | 1971
22 | Humble Pie | Performance: Rockin' the Fillmore | 1971
23 | Grand Funk Railroad | Caught in the Act | 1975
24 | Peter Frampton | Frampton Comes Alive! | 1976
25 | Motörhead | No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith | 1981
26 | Ten Years After | Recorded Live | 1973
27 | Wishbone Ash | Live Dates | 1973
28 | Gentle Giant | Playing the Fool | 1977
29 | Focus | Focus at the Rainbow | 1973
30 | Rush | Exit... Stage Left | 1981

Considering the period, the lack of Zappa and Grateful Dead is baffling.

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