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Oh yeah, and then there's this. The live version is light years better than the studio version. 101.3 The Fox in west Michigan plays the studio version and every time I hear it, I want to reach through the radio and punch the program director for being such an idiot.
I want you to want me by Cheap Trick
Not even close:
ste es uno de mis videos favoritos
Jimi Hendrix "Red House"
You Got Me by The Roots with Jill Scott singing the chorus.
An amazing track off The Roots Come Alive. Jill Scott demonstrates her spectacular range in this piece and Black Thought is amazing. Didnt see it on Youtube...
I saw Rush play at The Palace in 96 and they did a great version of "2112"
YYZ on Exit Stage Left blows away the studio version.
By the way, I wonder how many Rush fans found February 1st of this year a little significant.
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Not a country fan but this song by Allison Krauss and Union Station is very well done.
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Bob.That is all.
Any Neville Brothers is better live.
Letterman has had a hand full of instances of people being on some pretty serious drugs on his shows
Im lovin all the AIC mentions. I personally think their unplugged set blows away the Nirvana set. For me, "Got Me Wrong" is the one that they just killed live the most.
Robert Randolph is one of the best live shows you will see.
Robert Randolph playing ''The March'' live at the crossroads guitar festival..
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I know you're probably a fan... but Terrepin Station is one of the best songs ever and amazingly its even BETTER live. I could listen to that song for like an hour stone cold sober...allllll day if I was high. Just on repeat. God that would be incredible.
In Loving Memory of Jerry Garcia (August 1, 1942 -- August 9, 1995). Really nice soundboard recording of the Grateful Dead at the Oakland Auditorium on December 28, 1979
Bob Marley and the Wailers-Live in Santa Barbara 1979
Here is a full concert shortly before Bob's death.This guy was still kicking ass on stage with terminal cancer.
On my phone and way too lazy to li k but Alicia Keys has some live gems.
Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance
Know how I know you're gay?
A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.
The greatest soul singer in America today.
Plays for $5 a head at dba on Frenchman Street every Saturday night in NOLA.
Austin City Limits
No instruments. No backup.Just a singing machine.
Tag because this thread has great, great potential.
Ridiculous YEM, thanks for posting
This version of DWD is a perfect example of how it's a much better live song than studio song. I'll never understand why they recorded the studio version so damn slow.
This is Trey Anastasio at his finest. An unbelievably impressive guitar solo.
Phish down with disease at Hershey park Arena Hershey, PA
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Thanks.... got to hear them play it live at the Palace on the Vertigo tour and it was great! Not quite the same kind of performance as the one posted here, but it was a surprise at the end of the set, and, even after a 2 hour + set, the crowd went crazy when they heard the opening notes....
Also disappointed they didn't play it at Spartan Stadium....
I don't think many people on here are into D'Angelo, but not many performers put on a better show. The last time he toured in the U.S. was the 2001 Voodoo tour. He put together a band called the Soultronics, which included among others ?uestlove on drums, Pino Palladino on bass, Anthony Hamilton on backup vocals, an amazing horn section and the occassional visit from J Dilla. His concerts are basically a huge mashup of jazz, soul, funk, R&B and rock. He just announced a show in New Orleans in July, and the rumor is that a U.S. tour might be following.
D'Angelo - Devil's Pie - Vh1
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