List some of your favorite live Jazz recordings

Here are a few of mine, in no particular order:

Jackie McLean: Dynasty

Betty Carter: The Audience With Betty Carter

Bill Evans: Live at the Village Vanguard

Gary Bartz: There Goes the Neighborhood

Abraham Burton: The Magician

Joe Henderson: State of the Tenor

Dave Holland Octet: Pathways

Stanley Cowell Trio: Live

Cannonball Adderly: Live at the Lighthouse

Michel Petrucciani: Complete Concert in Germany

NHOP: The Unforgettable NHOP Trio Live

Woody Shaw: Live in Bremen, United, Master of the Art,

Sarah Vaughan: Live in Tokyo

John Coltrane Quartet: Live at Birdland

George Coleman: Live at Yoshi’s

Stan Getz Quartet: Live in Paris

Miles Davis QuintetFour and More, Live in Antibes, Live at 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival and My Funny Valentine.



Great list!  

Stan Getz "Dynasty" is not one I've heard others mention often. 

Have you heard "Eddy Louiss Trio" on Dreyfuss?




I would have to say "The Wonderful sound of Three Blind Mice " Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio 24k gold CD would be near the top of my Jazz list

Oh very rare CD 

@stuartk , if I may joke and aldo those albums are more or less 'classics' I would say that at least few of them are not mentioned often,ha,ha

Anyway, nice to see so many different members posting here...

No, I have not heard the album you have posted, just listening...

Speaking of which, perhaps you might like this one, if you do not have it already...

Rene Thomas 'Guitar Groove'

Great thread - haven't had much time to think about it, but you've got most all the obvious ones here.  I have to post, though, because I can't believe the first one below hasn't already been mentioned:

Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin and Paco de Lucía - Friday Night in San Francisco

Anat Cohen - Clarinetwork: Live at the Village Vanguard


Yes, great CD.

For a delightful live album, I will add Tsuyoshi Yamamoto "Live at the Misty.’"