Here’s the new “Greatest Live Albums of All Time” list+ as compiled by Rolling Stone magazine. 

Topping the list this time is James Brown’s Live at the Apollo from 1963.

    2) At Fillmore East – Allman Brothers (1971)

    3) At Folsom Prison – Johnny Cash (1968)

    4) Live at Leeds – The Who (1970)

    5) Live at the Regal – B.B. King (1965)

    6) Alive – KISS (1975)

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    7) Live/Dead – Grateful Dead (1969)

    8) Kick Out the Jams – MC5 (1969)

    9) The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live 1966: The “Royal Albert Hall Concert” – Bob   Dylan (1998)

    10) MTV Unplugged in New York – Nirvana (1994)

    11) Stop Making Sense – Talking Heads (1984)

    13) At Budokan – Cheap Trick (1979)

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    17) Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! – The Rolling Stones (1970)

    18) Jimi Plays Monterey – Jimi Hendrix (1986)

    19) Europe ’72 – Grateful Dead (1972)

    20) Live 1975-’85 – Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band (1986)

    22) Rock of Ages – The Band (1972)

    23) How the West Was Won – Led Zeppelin (2003)

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    26) Live Bullet – Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band (1976)

    28) It’s Alive – Ramones (1979)

    29) Roxy & Elsewhere – Frank Zappa and the Mothers (1974)

    30) Metallic K.O. – Iggy & The Stooges (1976)

    32) Made in Japan – Deep Purple (1972)

    34) Live! – Bob Marley and the Wailers (1975)

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    37) Time Fades Away – Neil Young (1973)

    38) 1969: Velvet Underground Live With Lou Reed – Velvet Underground (1974)

    39) Miles of Aisles – Joni Mitchell (1974)

    40) Live in Cook County Jail – B.B. King (1970)

    41) Frampton Comes Alive – Peter Frampton (1976)

    43) Arc-Weld – Neil Young & Crazy Horse (1991)

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    44) Under a Blood Red Sky – U2 (1983)

    45) No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith – Motörhead (1981)

    46) Live and Dangerous – Thin Lizzy (1978)

    49) Waiting For Columbus – Little Feat (1978)