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What (Non-Led Zeppelin) Live Show or Song Are You Listening To At This Moment?

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At the moment, the entire Queen : Live Killers album, a compilation of songs from concerts during their Jazz tour, that took place between January and March, 1979.

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I'm no fan of Queen Kiwi, but I always thought the BBC Christmas show from 1975 was great. Check it out on You tube?

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I'm no fan of Queen Kiwi, but I always thought the BBC Christmas show from 1975 was great. Check it out on You tube?

Cheers for the recommendation, CP! :) I bet my last dollar that you are referring to their show at Hammersmith Odeon, London on the 24th of December, 1975? :D Wonderful show! Perfect example depicting early live Queen!! One of my favourites! I even prefer it to their famous gigs in Montreal and Wembley!

Back on topic: I am currently listening to a show by one of my favourite modern bands : "Blues Pills"

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Albert Collins, (AKA the Master of the Telecaster) July 27th 1985, Toranto, with special guest Stevie Ray Vaughan! AWESOME!!!!!

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Pink Floyd, Nov. 16, 1971, Washington DC, "Something From Nothing". Look at how long these versions are! This is an excellent show, just as good as famous bootleg "New Mown Grass" from the next day in San Diego.

Disc 1:
1. Embryo 12:31
2. Fat Old Sun 14:23
3. Set the Controls For the Heart of the Sun 14:15
4. Atom Heart Mother 15:46
Disc 2:
1. One of These Days 8:52
2. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 13:27
3. Cymbaline 11:59
4. "Looking Through the Knothole In Granny's 24:34
Wooden Leg" (Echoes)

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^ Not a lot of singing in that show!

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Rush, May 24th, 1979, Oslo, Norway. From A Passage to Oslo, Platinum Edition.

DISC 1
Anthem 4:30
A Passage To Bangkok 3:57
By-Tor And The Snow Dog 5:31
Xanadu 12:41
The Trees 5:12
Hemispheres 16:57
DISC 2
Closer to the Heart 4:02
A Farewell to Kings 5:36
La Villa Strangiato 10:36
2112 18:23
What a killer show! They are totally "ON" from the first notes. Xanadu just explodes!

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John Butler Trio - Live at Red Rocks

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Primus
2004-06-13
Which Stage
Bonnaroo Music Festival
Manchester, Tennessee USA
1. To Defy The Laws Of Tradition
2. American Life
3. Toys Go Winding Down
4. Groundhog’s Day
5. My Friend Fats %
6. Jerry Was A Race Car Driver
7. Over The Electric Grapevine
8. De Anza Jig
9. Mr. Krinkle
10. Drums
11. YYZ
12. Those Damn Blue-Collar Tweekers #
13. Lone Rhinocerous #
14. Thela Hun Ginjeet #
15. Frizzle Fry
16. Harold Of The Rocks
17. Tommy The Cat (encore)
* show was billed as late night 2004-06-12, but Primus did not take stage until after 1 a.m. or so on 2004-06-13.
# w/ Adrian Belew on guitar (King Crimson)

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Them Crooked Vultures
2009-12-08
Palladium, Köln
01. Intro
02. No One Loves Me & Neither Do I
03. Dead End Friends
04. Scumbag Blues
05. Elephants
06. Highway 1
07. New Fang
08. Gunman
09. Bandoliers
10. Mind Eraser, No Chaser
11. Caligulove
12. Interlude with Ludes
13. Spinning in Daffodils
14. Reptiles
15. Warsaw Or the First Breath You Take After You Give Up
YT videos aren't embedding??
Edited by lcondo123

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Primus
2004-06-13
Which Stage
Bonnaroo Music Festival
Manchester, Tennessee USA
1. To Defy The Laws Of Tradition
2. American Life
3. Toys Go Winding Down
4. Groundhog’s Day
5. My Friend Fats %
6. Jerry Was A Race Car Driver
7. Over The Electric Grapevine
8. De Anza Jig
9. Mr. Krinkle
10. Drums
11. YYZ
12. Those Damn Blue-Collar Tweekers #
13. Lone Rhinocerous #
14. Thela Hun Ginjeet #
15. Frizzle Fry
16. Harold Of The Rocks
17. Tommy The Cat (encore)
* show was billed as late night 2004-06-12, but Primus did not take stage until after 1 a.m. or so on 2004-06-13.
# w/ Adrian Belew on guitar (King Crimson)

What a show! YYZ and Thela Hun Gingeet? Dang! Les can handle it!

Edited by chef free

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OK I gotta hear some Les Claypool. Here's a show I went to right after 9/11. The crowd was defiant! Most of the people on flight #93 were from San Francisco! Let's Roll!

Gov't Mule, September, 20th 2001, at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco:

1st Set:

Bad Little Doggie (1)>

How Many More Years (1),

Thorazine Shuffle (1),

Greasy Granny's Gopher Gravy Pt. 1 (2)+>

Greasy Granny's Gopher Gravy Pt. 2 (1)+,

Tommy The Cat (2)+,

Shine On You Crazy Diamond (2+,

Since I’ve Been Loving You (1),

Mule (1)> Don’t Call Me Nigger, Whitey jam (1)> Mule (1)> Thank You (For lettin me be mice elf again) (1)> Third Stone from the Sun jam (1)> Mule (1)

2nd Set:

Blind Man In The Dark (3),

Lay Your Burden Down (3),

Fallen Down (3)> The Other One jam (3)> Fallen Down (3),

What Is Hip? (4)> Mule tease (4)> What Is Hip? (4),

Babylon Turnpike (4)+,

Compared To What (5),

Slow Happy Boys (6)+,

Voodoo Chile (7),

Key To The Highway (6),

Tomorrow Never Knows (8),

Keyboard intro > Soulshine (9),

Masters Of War (10)>

Rockin’ In The Free World (9)
Encore: Revolution (3),

Goin’ Out West (11)> Big Bottom tease (11)> Goin’ Out West (11)

Setlist Notes:

(1) Les Claypool on bass;

(2) Les on bass and vocals;

(3) Dave Schools on bass;

(4) Alphonso Johnson on bass;

(5) Alphonso on bass and Rob Barraco on organ;

(6) Jack Casady on bass, Pete Sears on piano and Chuck on organ;

(7) Jack on bass;

(8) Les on bass and vocals and Rob on organ;

(9) Dave on bass and Rob on organ;

(10) just Warren;

(11) Dave and Jack on bass, Rob on organ, Pete on accordian and Cecil Daniels on sax;

+ first time played

Edited by chef free

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What a show! YYZ and Thela Hun Gingeet? Dang! Les can handle it!

OK I gotta hear some Les Claypool. Here's a show I went to right after 9/11. The crowd was defiant! Most of the people on flight #93 were from San Francisco! Let's Roll!

Gov't Mule, September, 20th 2001, at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco:

1st Set:

Bad Little Doggie (1)>

How Many More Years (1),

Thorazine Shuffle (1),

Greasy Granny's Gopher Gravy Pt. 1 (2)+>

Greasy Granny's Gopher Gravy Pt. 2 (1)+,

Tommy The Cat (2)+,

Shine On You Crazy Diamond (2+,

Since I’ve Been Loving You (1),

Mule (1)> Don’t Call Me Nigger, Whitey jam (1)> Mule (1)> Thank You (For lettin me be mice elf again) (1)> Third Stone from the Sun jam (1)> Mule (1)

2nd Set:

Blind Man In The Dark (3),

Lay Your Burden Down (3),

Fallen Down (3)> The Other One jam (3)> Fallen Down (3),

What Is Hip? (4)> Mule tease (4)> What Is Hip? (4),

Babylon Turnpike (4)+,

Compared To What (5),

Slow Happy Boys (6)+,

Voodoo Chile (7),

Key To The Highway (6),

Tomorrow Never Knows (8),

Keyboard intro > Soulshine (9),

Masters Of War (10)>

Rockin’ In The Free World (9)

Encore: Revolution (3),

Goin’ Out West (11)> Big Bottom tease (11)> Goin’ Out West (11)

Setlist Notes:

(1) Les Claypool on bass;

(2) Les on bass and vocals;

(3) Dave Schools on bass;

(4) Alphonso Johnson on bass;

(5) Alphonso on bass and Rob Barraco on organ;

(6) Jack Casady on bass, Pete Sears on piano and Chuck on organ;

(7) Jack on bass;

(8) Les on bass and vocals and Rob on organ;

(9) Dave on bass and Rob on organ;

(10) just Warren;

(11) Dave and Jack on bass, Rob on organ, Pete on accordian and Cecil Daniels on sax;

+ first time played

^That's a hell of a setlist too, I'll have to check that one out! I knew there had to be a few more Les/Primus fans here... :gimmefive:;)

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Them Crooked Vultures
2009-12-08
Palladium, Köln
01. Intro
02. No One Loves Me & Neither Do I
03. Dead End Friends
04. Scumbag Blues
05. Elephants
06. Highway 1
07. New Fang
08. Gunman
09. Bandoliers
10. Mind Eraser, No Chaser
11. Caligulove
12. Interlude with Ludes
13. Spinning in Daffodils
14. Reptiles
15. Warsaw Or the First Breath You Take After You Give Up
YT videos aren't embedding??

Hi there :wave:

I faced the same problem about a week ago in another thread.

To fix it, I just posted the direct Youtube link to the video (the one found in the address bar of the browser).

Hope this helps! :)

Below are the videos you were listening to :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27RY2ueqAnA

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Back on topic : I somehow cannot get enough of this live version of Brighton Rock! Brian May is on fire here!! :D

Edited by Kiwi_Zep_Fan87

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