Being transmitted instantaneously, as events occur, in contrast to recorded.
Pertaining to an entertainment event which was performed (and possibly recorded) in front of an audience; contrasted to performances recorded in a studio without an audience.
1. Term used to describe a room with a high RT60; lots of reverberation. see dead 2. Not recorded.
A Japlish for "rock/pop concert". Pronounced as a rhyme for "five".
actually being performed at the time of hearing or viewing; "a live television program"; "brought to you live from Lincoln Center"; "live entertainment involves performers actually in the physical presence of a live audience"
highly reverberant; "a live concert hall"
an ever changing thing, based on club size, the audience and who's available to sit in
When your ad or web content can be openly viewed by its intended audience on the Web.
LIVE (IPA pronunciation: , rhymes with "five")"http://www.toazted.com/interview/54/Live.html Interview with Ed Kowalczyk in 1999." http://www.toasted.com/ Toazted.com. is an American alternative rock band from York, Pennsylvania, comprised of Ed Kowalczyk (lead vocals & guitar), Chad Taylor (lead guitar), Patrick Dahlheimer (bass) and Chad Gracey (drums). Since approximately 1999, Live has toured with Ed's younger brother, Adam Kowalczyk as a rhythm guitarist. They have also previously toured with British keyboardist Michael "Railo" Railton and Christopher Thorn (from Blind Melon).
Live is the fourth and first live album by Iron Butterfly released in 1969. It includes songs from their first three albums, Heavy, In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, and Ball. (Though supposedly a 'live' track, it should be noted that "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" appears to have undergone a number of studio treatments, including the addition of new audience sounds.)
Live was a 1999 live album by the group They Might Be Giants. It was a condensed version of Severe Tire Damage. While most of the tracks were, as the name implies, live, "Doctor Worm" was a studio recorded track.
Live is an album by the grunge band Alice in Chains. It was released on December 5, 2000 on Columbia Records. It was the band's only live album other than the acoustic album Unplugged.
Live is a live album by Usher. It was released on March 23, 1999 by La Face Records and includes all of Usher's top hits up to this time in his career. To date it has been Cetificated Gold in the US therefore selling over 500,000 copies.
Live was recorded in Germany and Belgium between April and June 1993.
Live is an album by Dutch hard rock band Golden Earring, released in 1977 (see 1977 in music).
Live is the second album by American nu soul singer Erykah Badu, released in 1997 (see 1997 in music). The album was recorded live.
LIVE (1984) is an album by the American ambient musician Robert Rich. This is the first live album recorded by Rich.
Recorded during the Transistor tour. Notable for Chad Sexton's 2 minute, 47 second drum solo during "Applied Science."
Live! showcases Catch 22 as they were meant to be experienced, live, in front of an incredibly enthusiastic audience. This is the band's first full-length live release, although fan-recorded live tracks were bonus features on several previous albums. This show represents the band's back catalog in a fairly reasonable way; a third of the album is devoted to Keasbey Nights, another third to Alone in a Crowd, and the remainder to Dinosaur Sounds.
Live is the second live album by the band Blind Guardian. It was recorded during the Blind Guardian World Tour 2002/2003 in Tokyo, Stockholm, Lichtenfels, Venice, DÃ¼sseldorf, Milano, Firenze, Barcelona, San Sebastian, Aviles, Madrid, Granada, Valencia, Bremen, Moscow, Hamburg, Berlin, MÃ¼nchen, Stuttgart.
Live (X Cert) is a live album by the The Stranglers in 1979, recorded in 1977 and 1978 at The Roundhouse, The Nashville, The Hope and Anchor, and also at Battersea Park.
Live is a live album by American emo band Sunny Day Real Estate. A set list from the How it Feels to Be Something On tour, it was released in 1999 on Sub Pop.
Live is a 1992 album by Australian hard rock band, AC/DC. It was released both as a single album and as a double album (known as ""). The album has been considered the closest thing to a greatest hits album in the AC/DC catalogue.
Live is Our Lady Peace's first live album. It was recorded on January 27 and January 28, 2003 in Calgary and Edmonton, Canada; and on February 5, 2003 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was released on June 24, 2003 by Columbia Records.
Ray Charles Live features live concert recordings from the Newport Jazz Festival in 1958 and from an Atlanta show at Herndon Stadium in 1959. The album was originally released in 1987 and re-released in 1990. The Newport show was previously available on Ray Charles at Newport.
Sedes - live is the third album of Polish punk rock band Sedes
Live is the second album by Russian rock band Chizh & Co originally released in 1994.
Live is the thirteenth released album by Tanya Tucker, but her first one recorded live in concert. She primarily performs live versions of songs that have been previously recorded in studio and released on her earlier albums. Three of the songs, however, have never been released before: "Somebody Buy This Cowgirl a Beer," "Pecos Promenade," and Robbie Robertson's "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down," which was made famous earlier by Joan Baez.
Live is a compilation album from Scottish singer-songwriter Donovan. It was released in Germany in 1995 (Mastertone CD 10045).
Live is the first all-live album and the eleventh album in total by Alison Krauss and Union Station. All of the songs except for "Down to the River to Pray" (performed at Austin City Limits) were recorded at The Louisville Palace April 29 and April 30 2002, and released November 5 the same year.
New Orleans via Long Island heavy metal/hard rock band Zebra, known for their legendary live shows, released the album Live in 1990. The recordings are taken from various shows they performed on Long Island in November of 1989. It features six songs from their debut album, two songs from No Tellin' Lies, three from 3.V, and one Led Zeppelin cover (they are well known for their Zeppelin covers).
Live was the first official live, and overall fourth, album by the British band The Happy Mondays, recorded live at Ellend Road, Leeds, England on June 1, 1991. The album is viewed with disdain by many, who see it as an attempt to cash in on the proliferation of live bootleg recordings of the time. Others view the album as a fascinating document of a band who defined the Madchester era, delivered in superior sound quality compared to that of the many bootlegs.
Bouncing Souls Live is a live album by New Jersey punk band The Bouncing Souls. It was released on November 22, 2005. It is their first full-length live release, although they did previously release a live EP, Tie One On.
Live is a live album from hardcore punk & reggae pioneers Bad Brains. It was recorded in early 1988 and features a complete set of blistering punk rock as well as a few funk selections from their most recent album at the time, the influential I Against I. One reggae track is featured - an extended version of "I & I Survive".
Live is a live album from punk rock band Generation X. Recorded on an unspecified date in 1980 at Hatfield Polytechnic, the soundboard tapes remained unreleased and presumed lost forever until fortuitously discovered by guitarist James Stevenson almost twenty-five years later. The album features the band playing a series of cover versions, several of which are featured for the very first time on record.
Live, a double album by Natalie Mac Master, was released in 2002 on the Rounder Records label.
Live is a live CD and DVD by Sweetbox. It was recorded on Christmas Eve 2005, in Seoul. The DVD contains video footage of the concert as well as behind the scenes footage, the "Addicted" music video and information about the group's history, discography and band members.
Live EP is a live extended play by The Sounds, which was released on Tuesday, May 30, 2006 as an iTunes exclusive. It contains the following tracks recorded live from their Dying to Say This to You album.
The Live Industry Sampler is a collection of songs recorded live and various venues. Only released for a short time and not to the average consumer.
Live is the thirteenth album of Puerto Rican singer Ednita Nazario and her first live album. It was recorded during a sell-out presentation at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum in 1993.
Live is the debut album by the American band Pigmy Love Circus. It was recorded live at Raji's.
Live is a 2000 reggae album by Luciano.
Live is the second album of Polish punk rock band WÅ‚ochaty. The album had been released by MegaCzad label without permission of the band. It included songs recorded during 1993 Jarocin Festival.
Live is a live album by German heavy metal band Running Wild which was recorded on their 2002 tour.
Live was released during The Black Crowes hiatus. It was produced by Rich Robinson from recordings of their 2001 tour.
Live is the second release by the post-grunge/hard rock music group Five.Bolt.Main. The live album was released on October 10, 2006 via Rock Ridge Music. The album features one unreleased song ("Just My Luck") and a cover version of the Flaw track "Only the Strong".
Live is a Bang Tango live album
Meat Loaf - Live is a live video of Meat Loaf, recorded at the Wembley Arena in London, on April 29th, 1982. According to a miss-print on some versions, the songs "Paradise By the Dashboard Light" and "Read 'Em and Weep" were also performed, but neither song was ever released.
Live is the first official live album by American folk rock duo America, released by Warner Bros. Records in October 1977. The album was recorded in July 1977 at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles, California.
Live is the Guano Apes first live CD release ever featuring all their hits such as "Open Your Eyes", "Lords Of The Boards", "Big In Japan", "You Can't Stop Me" and many more. The "Live" album was out on Monday, 20th October 2003, and besides the usual Jewelcase, it comes in Limited Edition format including a bonus DVD in 5.1 quality which is approx. 80 minutes long.
"Live (For the One I Love)" is the second single from CÃ©line Dion's All the Way... A Decade of Song album. It was released on February 14 2000 in Canada and selected European countries.
Fleetwood Mac: Live is a double live album released by Fleetwood Mac in 1980. All songs were taken from the Tusk tour (1979-80), except "Monday Morning", which was from the Rumours tour in 1977. It was the first live album from the then-current line-up of the band, and the next would be The Dance from 1997.
Live is a 1994 album by Michael Nyman and the Michael Nyman Band. It is the first live album by the band. It is also known as "The Upside-Down Violin", the only new composition on the album, and the working title, Breaking the Rules, made it into many computer sales systems.
The Manhattan Transfer Live was recorded by The Manhattan Transfer live at Manchester on 23 April, 1978, Bristol on 28 April, 1978, and the Hammersmith Odeon Theatre, London, on 2 May, 1978. The album was produced by Tim Hauser and Janis Siegel. This was the final album made with Laurel MassÃ©].
Live is the 2nd live album by the Country Rock band Poco.