Whats the LAST concert you watched?

Arkie Malija

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Megadeth "That One Night Live In Buenos Aires" Jeeez the crowd shots , unbelievable.
 

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I watched about 45 minutes of the Woodstock 1969 dvd last night (out of about 5 hours worth of film footage!!) mainly to watch The Who's sequence which lasts about 10 minutes in all anyway I would like to see the whole of there Woodstock performance even though I believe Pete Townsend didn't rate it as one of there best performances although I personally thought they performed well. I don't believe that there Woodstock set has ever been released in it's entirety on either video or dvd in the past so if a Warner Bros executive is reading this could you get Pete Townsend and Roger Daltrey's permission to release The Who's entire Woodstock set on dvd please sir.

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Blue Oyster Cult live.
Online I watched The *** Pistols live Winterland 78.
Which is a bit unusual for me but it's a slice of rock history since the band unraveled after that.
The last date of the disasterous US tour.

Rotten, meanwhile, suffering from flu[154] and coughing up blood, felt increasingly isolated from Cook and Jones, and disgusted by Vicious.[155] On 14 January 1978, during the tour's final date at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, a disillusioned Rotten introduced the band's encore saying, "You'll get one number and one number only 'cause I'm a lazy *******." That one number was a Stooges cover, "No Fun". At the end of the song, Rotten, kneeling on the stage, chanted an unambiguous declaration, "This is no fun. No fun. This is no fun—at all. No fun." As the final cymbal crash died away, Rotten addressed the audience directly—"Ah-ha-ha. Ever get the feeling you've been cheated? Good night"—before throwing down his microphone and walking offstage.[156] He later observed, "I felt cheated, and I wasn't going on with it any longer; it was a ridiculous farce. Sid was completely out of his brains—just a waste of space. The whole thing was a joke at that point.... [Malcolm] wouldn't speak to me.... He would not discuss anything with me. But then he would turn around and tell Paul and Steve that the tension was all my fault because I wouldn't agree to anything."[157]

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I travel long distance quite a lot by train I always go first class as WiFi, food and drinks are free. There's plenty of room and with shoes kicked off I watch quite a few gigs on my galaxy 8plus
Saturday I watched csn live at Glastonbury 2008.a sublime gig Then it was hendrix at Berkeley. I usually have a gander at some marshal tucker, motorhead, beatles rooftop, and plenty of hendrix
 

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I'm watching reo live at moondance bluray. They are amped up and rocking hard as ever on this bluray
It's a stunning show.
Reo are one of my favourite bands and finally I saw at Newcastle arena two years ago when the supported quo (blew them away) that night was outstanding
Wish they'd come back and play a full 90 minutes set
 

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