After 43 years since it's release date in 1976, we are still listening to this classic rock n roll album. This is one album that has stood the test of time.
You Wanted the Best, You Got the Best, The Hottest Band in the World...Kiss! In one word, " Wow"! There was nothing like this live album in the 70's. Kiss went full throttle on this album and took the world by storm.
Queen Live Killers is a brilliant masterpiece from Queen and the late Freddie Mercury.From hard rock riffs to soft melodies to which the audience always involved with the sing alongs.One of our favorite live albums of all time. Great from beginning to end.
Aerosmith Live Bootleg is raw, live and full of pure rock and roll fury. Nicely packaged to look like a proper live bootleg. This is not only a fantastically entertaining concert reproduction, it’s perhaps the most authentic live album of the 70's.
This album was made in Thin Lizzy's prime and in my eyes they are the forefathers of (metal) bands that I have come to love over the last four decades. Brian Downey, Scott Gorham, Brian Robertson, and of course, Phil Lynott. Listed by Rolling Stone as the #46 of the top 500 albums of all time and constantly listed in critics' lists of top live albums, this album is a must have for rock fans.
The Who's performance on this album is first rate. They never rocked harder. Moon's drumming and Entwhistle's bass drive Townshend to play some brilliant rock guitar. Soaring, intense guitar solos. Roger's singing is terrific. This has been one of my favorites for many years... listen and you'll hear why we love this record!
Rush brought the first act of their career to a close with arguably their best live record released in the fall of 1976. `All the World's a Stage' fulfills most of the criteria for a classic live album. Although the band would soon enter their most critical and commercially success era (1977-1981), `All' showed Rush as a rough and hungry trio of rockers who could be as heavy as any of their contemporaries.
One of the greatest live rock n roll albums of all time.
Every fan should own this. It helped make this band the most popular band in the world for a few years. It made me want to see them live. It needs to be played loud! I forgot just how primitive sounding it was.
This album is an incredible piece of popular music, many songs becoming rock and roll classics, but it is also an example of how hard work and a love for performing can translate into a wonderful piece of rock and roll history. The added tracks that were previously unreleased on this album are worth the purchase all by themselves, but it is the spirit of that record that absolutely defines this decade: the best ever in music. An utter classic of the 70s stadium rock genre, this is required listening for anyone with more than a passing interest in the music of the 70s.
From the stage, Ted Nugent commanded the spotlight with his serious six string assault. Delivering riveting riffs, distortion, feedback and searing solos, Ted Nugent emerged during the mid '70s with a take-no-prisoners assault at each and every stop on the long tour trail.