What is the best live recording you folks have run across in your listening years?
Not just for the music, but the recording as well...moreso toward the recording for this question. A recording that actually places you in the audience. Not just a recording to where the audience sounds great [or realistic] at the start of the concert, but along with the song as well. Acoustic, Big band, orchestra, Rock, doesn't matter.
For instance, when a silent passage comes in you can hear the audience as if you were there, not as if the recording engineer all of a sudden "turns up" the audience. A full fidelity album, lots of dynamics....well, just plain out a great recording.
Does something like this even exist?
The best I have come up with so far [in my limited, so to speak, collection] is Pink Floyd's "Delicate Sound of Thunder", Sarah McGlachlin's "Afterglow" [CD and DVD] and Little Feat's "Waiting for Columbus". Whatcha' got? Talk to me........
EDIT: The suggestions as the thread continues.....
Chick Corea "Rendezvous in New York"
?Friday Night in San Francisco?
Allman Brothers ?Live at Fillmore East?
?Allison Kraus and Union Station Live?
?Boz Scaggs Greatest Hits Live?
Seethers ?One Cold Night?
Branford Marsalis Quartet ?A Love Supreme Live?
Talking Heads ?Stop Making Sense?
Arnes Domnerus Group ?Jazz at the Pawnshop?
Antigone Rising, ?From the Ground Up?
?Belafonte at Carnegie Hall Live?
?The Dead's 5/8/77 show at Cornell?
Pink Floyd's "Delicate Sound of Thunder"
Sarah McGlachlin's "Afterglow" [CD and DVD]
Little Feat's "Waiting for Columbus"
BB King "Live at the Regal"