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The Replacements: For Sale: Live at Maxwell's 1986

Long thought lost to time, this live recording captures the Replacements at their peak. Their ragged, soused live show-once a thing of anecdotal legend-is presented in its fullest form, warts and all.

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The Moons: Live at Bush Hall

Live at Bush Hall is an excellent high-energy audio capture of a rock band's average night on tour.

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Deep Purple: Long Beach 1971

From this rare live recording, listen to the MK II lineup of Deep Purple blaze and jam through 70 minutes of their now-classic tunes on Long Beach 1971.

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John Grant: John Grant and the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra: Live in Concert

Celebrated singer-songwriter John Grant collaborates with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, in what proves to be one of the most incendiary live albums in recent memory.

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Nouvelle Vague: Acoustic

This live album captures Nouvelle Vague in a reflective and entertaining mood, in front of a very enthusiastic Portuguese crowd.

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Peter Gabriel: Live Blood

The latest Peter Gabriel live set is a release best suited for only the singer's true-believer fans, leaving listeners hungry for a proper Gabriel tour.

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Glen Campbell: Live In Japan

Live In Japan is an artifact completely unworthy of the reissue treatment.

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Joan Armatrading: Live at the Royal Albert Hall

A riveting live album from the constantly great Joan Armatrading.

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Alberta Hunter: Downhearted Blues, Live at the Cookery

She may sing about being downhearted, but everything on this live disc is uplifting.

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Bob Marley and the Wailers: Live Forever

Whether you need to hear Marley's final concert depends on how devoted a disciple you are. He couldn't have sung it any better, though.

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Omar Rodriguez-Lopez: Los Suenos De Un Hidago

The live album proves an expressive challenge for the Mars Volta guitarist.

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