Best Live Act You've Ever Seen *MACCA NOT INCLUDED*

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Postby theDingle » Wed Mar 29, 2006 11:35 pm

...erm, oh yeah, NON-Macca. :oops:

That would be The Byrds/Band 20th Anniversay Dylan Tribute Show, May '85 with Rick Danko, Richard Manuel, Gene Clark, Michael Clarke, Blondie Chaplain and Rick Roberts plus a couple other excellent back-up musicians. They played and sang their asses off for the small crowd that showed.
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Postby 2 of 3 » Thu Mar 30, 2006 7:27 am

I still find in a little strange, that I know 2 people who've seen the Beatles. Yes......they are older than me. :roll: :wink:
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Postby maccastheman » Sat Apr 01, 2006 2:38 pm

EddieV wrote:Rolling Stones, 1998
Kinks 1993
Neil Young, 1993
Santana, 1991
Pere Ubu, 1991
Nils Lofgren 1991
Bob Mould, 1993
Midnight Oil, 1993 and 1985
DAD, several times
Sandmen Several times
INXS 1996 with M. Hutchence
Kashmir 2004
Suede 2003
Lonnie Mac 1985
Velvet Underground 1993


You've seen some great acts I would kill to see. I've never seen Lou Reed, much less the Velvet Underground. Nor have I seen Neil Young. And it looks like I'll never get a chance to see the Kinks. (Although I would like to see Ray Davies - I love his new solo album)

I did see Suede in 2003 as well. They were great. It was at a music festival in Manchester, England. It was pouring down rain, and they went on right before David Bowie. Bret Anderson sang his heart out. Once they finished, the rain stopped, lol. Then it was all clear for Bowie. 8)
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Postby crossautographs » Sat Apr 01, 2006 3:28 pm

Brian Wilson! His band is awesome! I'd have to say they are better than Paul's band. If he tours this year you should try to see him. I saw the Pet Sounds tour twice! I also met Brian & his band at the PNC Center in New Jersey when he toured with Paul Simon. They were very nice.

A close second was the KISS & Aerosmith tour. Two great live acts.

Cheap Trick is also a great live act!
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Postby ANGRY » Sun Apr 02, 2006 3:34 am

oooo...mtm...bob mould..i'm somewhat envious...what was the setlist like...just solo or sugar and/or husker du ?
i would have loved to see him right after 'workbook' and before 'black sheets of rain'
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Postby maccastheman » Sun Apr 02, 2006 2:13 pm

That wasn't me, that was EddieV that saw Bob Mould. For some reason my quote thing doesn't work right. :?

I've never gotten into Husker Du for some reason, but I would probably like them.
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