I too like "All the worlds a Stage" by Rush..........Massey Hall recorded........its not the best sounding but its got a raw energy about it that I love..........one of my favourite live albums of all time. I believe most of "Exit Stage Left" was recorded in Canada as well.
my number one is without a doubt Murray Mclauglin "only the the silence remains" , recorded in halifax in 74 (?) Only released as a double LP but I have put it on cd as it is one of my top 20-30 discs .
2and would be the Del Lords "howling at the halloween moon " recorded in London ont
and third Southside Johnny + asbury Jukes from a live CHOM broadcast of a club date in Montreal in '78 that I was at .As this one is a boot I guess it doesn't count .
Journey Captured has some "Bonsoir montreal" goin' on. There's actually a whole lot of 'em because Le Mobile was based up here before moving to California. Much of Frampton Comes Alive (which is the highest selling live album of all time) was recorded in Plattsburgh, NY which is pretty close.
I also happen to have an imported french copy of Gino Vanelli live in Montreal, recorded at The Spectrum. To my knowledge, the cd was never released in Canada, a friend of mine bought the album while he was in Europe. Album sounds killer!
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