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Our '16th Dream Of Dr. Sardonicus Live' double LP will be available in the next week or so, with great performances by the likes of Sendelica, Nik Turner's New Space Ritual, Stay and The Fertlility Cult captured on vinyl and that seemed as good an excuse as any to ask FdM club members to recommend some examples of live music that's been preserved on vinyl.
So here are some tracks that sound almost as good on record as they must have done if you were there at the time (plus one or two recordings that have sneaked in - really good live recordings but not yet available on vinyl, or at least not officially)

a couple of classics to start with from Nik Williams, followed by two new ones on me, from Mike Simpson and Martin Wright...

Iain Davie, Andrew Young, Dr. Floyd and Tom Roche choose some old favourties...


Mark Waters goes for something very different, Vasilios Spanos and Dave Lovatt pick two FdM favourites, while Wayland Workman shared a whole 90 minutes of krautrock giants...


how about some more krautrock? Thanks to Tony Miller, Steve Smith, Timelord Michalis and Andy Thomas...


...or some great prog bands, suggested by Arne Rasmussen, Rowland Jones, Marc Roberts and Stephen Young...

Martin Wright, Roy Bennett, Colin Walker and Andy Kew show that you don't have to go back to the 60s or 70s for great examples...

...but Ray Collins, Ian Roper, Nigel Vernon and Zil Bareisis demonstrate that you can!


Wayland Workman suggests two Pretty Things tracks, Gordon Smith can't say gudbuy t'Jane, while John Sewell frees The Galileo 7...


Glen Howell, Till Wolff, Henry Schneider and Matthias Lang all go West (Germany)...


and finally, here are a few more classics to round things off....

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