The online supplement to Black Book and a place dedicated to preserving blur's live history and researching their live recordings
Led Zeppelin Live is a very cool book. I'm still waiting for the Kajagoogoo Live book, though. Any plans to write one?
LOL nah, not really :-p
Haha! I didn't think so.I used to have a cool Pink Floyd live history book. I let a friend borrow it years ago and never got it back.
Damn, you should try to buy it again...Funnily enough, I was originally planning to do a book about The Who (back in the late 1990s) after I got Led Zeppelin Live, but it never got off the ground, and I chucked most of my tapes (most of them sounded so bad...it's so weird how there is a paucity of Who shows, especially good sounding ones, compared to the number of Zeppelin ones...)
That's a total bummer. But I thought that there was a live Who book already? Hm.
Well there are concert file books for LZ and The Who (I have 'em both) that document every tour date and have pics of memorabilia....but not a Who book in the vein of LZ Live, Black Book, the U2 book, the PF book, etc...
Ah, I got ya.