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Notes From The Underground: Dylan Rieder From the pages of What Youth Issue 13

what youth issue 13 notes from the underground dylan rieder

If you follow Dylan Rieder on Instagram, you’ll quickly learn that he has a tendency to be at a lot of really good shows. Battles. Panda Bear. Spiritualized. Gwen Stefani. Eclectic and legit. We thought he’d be the perfect curator for the 16 best live albums. And did he ever deliver. A journey through every decade and nearly every emotion and genre, crowd noise included.

In no particular order:

1. Led Zeppelin: How the West Was Won, 2003


2. BRMC: Live in Paris, 2015


3. Pink Floyd: London 1966/1967, Released 1995


4. Sigur Ros: Inní, 2011


5. David Bowie: Live Santa Monica 72’, Released 1994


6. Rory Gallagher: Irish tour 74’, 1974


7. Roxy Music: Viva! Roxy Music, 1976


8. Elliott Smith: Live at Spaceland, 2003


9. Harry Nilsson: A Little Touch of Schmillson In the Night, 1973


10. Spiritualized: Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1998


11. Jeff Buckley: Live at Sin-é, 2003


12. Bright Eyes: Motion Sickness, 2005


13. Warren Zevon: Learning to Flinch, 1993


14. Townes Van Zandt: Live at the Old Quarter, Houston, Texas, 1977


15. Ryan Adams: Live at Carnegie Hall, 2015


16. Babyshambles: Oh! What a Lovely Tour, 2008



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