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Because Noel is always better than Liam:
Noel Gallagher of Oasis (NGO) plugs his electric guitar into a stack of amps to perform a live solo version of "Cast No Shadow" at the 1997 Tibetan Freedom Concert.
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Because Eddie Vedder nearly takes out the entire band with a microphone stand:
Pinkpop Festival 92
04 - Alive
And some killer harmonica from the Boss:
Does not exist.
Pretty much every Grateful Dead track they recorded in the studio vs 90% of the live stuff.
Marriage is like flying with kids, if the flight had 500 connections, never ended, Ted Striker were your pilot and you ate the fish.
hoke- to alter or manipulate so as to give a deceptively or superficially improved quality or value.
Apparently you enjoy Top 40 music.
Calmer than you are
Any Andrew Bird track.
For the love of Trevor...™
Just Got Lucky live off Beast From The East blows studio version on Tooth N Nail away.
Rockin with Dokken!
Zepplin 'Stairway to Heaven' live at the BBC is phenomenal. Frankly the whole two disc set which was sold back in the mid 90s was fantastic, but Stairway is their masterpiece.
I just don't see how a recording of live music can ever be better/more enjoyable than the studio version that is done until it's perfect. Maybe if it's a performance you were at and it brings back good memories I guess?
A lot of times the studio version sucks because the arrangement just isn't that good, and the song takes on a new life when it's reworked for live performances. I'm not in this camp, but some people much prefer the acoustic version of Layla, for instance.
And sometimes the studio version just doesn't have any energy.
I love the live version of ''Since I've Been Loving You'.
Because music is about exploration and taking it somewhere different every time it is played. It's why I've seen the same band close to 100 times. Because every single show was different and I got something different out of it.
Music is not about perfection. Music is about an art form that elicits an emotional response.
Draymond Green, Magic Johnson, and Oscar Robertson are the only players to have two triple-doubles in the NCAA Tournament.
Rage- Kick out the jams
I agree seeing people live for that reason is worthwhile. When it comes to recordings, I would just much rather prefer the studio version every time. I could see trying to experience the live performance by playing it back, but 99% of what makes a live performance is being there IMO.
Because when Eric Clapton plays rhythm for you... you're a badass.
Dire Straits and Eric Clapton perform "Sultans of Swing" at Wembley Stadium on June 11th, 1988 for the "Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute".
Band members include: Mark Knopfler on lead guitars and vocals, Eric Clapton on lead guitars and vocals, John Illsey on bass, Guy Fletcher on keyboard, Terry williams on drums, Alan Clark on keyboard, and Chris White on saxaphone.
All Dave Matthews...
Isn't that like saying crap smells better than poop?
You must have bad taste in bands if they can't sound as good if not better live than their recorded music. In live music, the bands can play the song at a different pace, with different instruments, try new effects, change some things up. Just because a song was recorded in a studio and may sound great in that setting, doesn't mean it's the best way that song can be heard.
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