Favorite Live Concert Recordings

What are your favorite live concert recordings.  Among my favorites are:

Leonard Cohen, Live in London
Tony Bennet, Live at Carnegie Hall
Simon & Garfunkel in Central Park NYC
Jackson Brown, Running on Empty
Jewel from her 2004 instant live shows. My favorite is from the Mountain Winery in Saratoga, CA.
These immediately come to mind (not ranked) . . .  

Bill Evans Trio: Vanguard recordings 
Miles Davis Quintet: My Funny Valentine
Sarah Vaughan: Live in Tokyo
Betty Carter: The Audience With Betty Carter
Allman Brothers: Live at Fillmore East, Eat A Peach 
Otis Rush: So Many Roads
Santana: Lotus
Dan Hicks: Where's the Money? 
Hendrix: Band of Gypsys
Laura Nyro: Season of Lights
Neil Young: Live at Massey Hall
The Band: Rock of Ages
G. Dead: Skull and Roses, Europe '72
Dire Straits: Live at the BBC
The Who: Live at Leeds
Free: Free Live! 
Little Feat: Waiting for Columbus
Ry Cooder: Showtime
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac: Boston 
Stan Getz: Live in Paris
John Coltrane: Live at Birdland, Afro Blue Impressions
T. Monk: Misterioso, Thelonious in Action
Hal Galper Quintet: Reach Out
Michel Petrucciani: Solo Live in Germany
Oregon: In Concert
Woody Shaw: Live in Bremen 1983, In My Own Sweet Way
Bobby Hutcherson: Live at Montreux
Mike Bloomfield: Live at Fillmore West, My Labors
Muddy Waters: Fathers and Sons
Taj Mahal: The Real Thing
Ronnie Earl: Blues Guitar Virtuoso Live in Europe

Any YESSONGS fans out there?
Never a great recording to begin with, but the music is unbeatable.

Other than that... Peter Gabriel-Plays Live.
A few not yet mentioned:

Bob Dylan/The Band: Rock Of Ages. By the way, The Band's Rock Of Ages---a 2-LP set---is available in expanded form as the 4 CD/1 DVD set entitled Live At The Academy Of Music 1971. 
Martin Mull & His Fabulous Furniture: In Your Living Room.

Buck Owens And His Buckaroos: Carnegie Hall Concert.

Emmylou Harris And The Nash Ramblers: At The Ryman.