I. Best Single Live Rock Albums in the History of the Universe
Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush - Live Marino's, ummm, skillz, made this a cult classic for the guitar freaks way back when a 'z' was only very rarely used to denote the plural. Not everyone had the album, but you knew that those who did were, like, really, really into guitars. See below.
Cheap Trick - At Budokan I bought my friend Jerry Spector this album for his birthday in 1979; he'd told me, get me the Cheap Trick or get me The Knack, and to this day I'm like, fucking ay, I nailed that gifting opportunity spot on.
The Who - Live at Leeds "Magic Bus" is, let's face it, really really silly. But "Summertime Blues" and "Young Man Blues" and "Shakin' All Over" are as powerful as anything recorded out of a remote truck ever.