July 26, 2013 in Features

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With Peter Frampton hitting town tonight, we at Spokane 7 were contemplating the best live albums ever produced and asked our readers for their suggestions. They came up with some good ones. Here’s a sampling of the answers:

@MLindley Music

The Rolling Stones “Get Your Ya Ya’s Out”

@Darren Volland

John Lennon in New York City

@sparkysqrd

U2 - Live under a blood red sky

@ZestyRusty

Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush: Live

@sodito

Hampton Comes Alive  #Phish (Phish is also in the area this weekend – playing tonight and Saturday at The Gorge)

@Brian Odegaard

“At Fillmore East” by Allman Brothers Band

@dangayle

I’m particularly fond of The Song Remains the Same by Led Zeppelin.

Paul Palting

Kiss Alive - It defined the band as a live act and introduced their first 3 albums’ material to new fans. It pushed them to a new level but of course you had to live in that generation to truly appreciate it.

Mickey Lonchar

The Talking Heads ‘Stop Making Sense’ (1984)

Scott Hammel

Cheap Trick at Budokan

Carrel Dawn Cline

Waiting for Columbus by Little Feat

Charleen Woody Neal

My husband says Kansas “Two For the Show”

Continue the conversation on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ spokesmanreview or on Twitter with the hashtag #7Exchange.

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