Live and Let Live was 10cc's first live album, released in the Autumn of 1977. It was recorded at the Odeon Theatre in London between 18 and 20 June 1977 and the Apollo Theatre, Manchester between 16 and 17 July 1977. The album featured the new line-up of Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman, Rick Fenn, Paul Burgess and Stuart Tosh along with Tony O'Malley. Burgess had toured with 10cc before, acting as second drummer to Kevin Godley, and also appeared on their first post-split album Deceptive Bends that was issued earlier that year. com/Live and Let Live (10cc album). Live and let live may refer to: An idiom expressing the ideal of allowing each other to live their lives as each sees fit. Live and let live (World War I), a system of conflict avoidance used in trench warfare in World War I.
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Recorded at Odeon Theatre Hammersmith London 18th 19th 20th June 1977 and Apollo Theatre Manchester 16th 17th July 1977. Other Versions (5 of 38) View All. Cat.
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Live in London is a live album by American rock band the Beach Boys released by EMI in the UK in May 1970. 1968 was a difficult year for The Beach Boys at home, where their reputation had soured considerably, yet their European success was still strong, as evidenced by these confident performances recorded while the group were making their 20/20 album.
The time for a 10cc live album would have been as they toured The Original Soundtrack with one of the most adventurous - not to mention musically extravagant - shows of the age. Instead, they waited two more years, until the newly reduced Eric Stewart/Graham Gouldman-led lineup headed out to promote the first LP since the split, Deceptive Bends, buoyed by the fact that the hits just kept on coming. It is a fun listen on its own terms, a double-vinyl package that wraps a hard-hitting rock show around a good selection of hits
Live and Let Die is the third and final studio album by the American hip hop duo Kool G Rap & DJ Polo, which was released November 24, 1992, on Cold Chillin'. The album features guest appearances from Ice Cube, Big Daddy Kane, Scarface, and Bushwick Bill. The singles "Ill Street Blues" and "On the Run" both received consistent airplay on Yo! MTV Raps, and BET's Rap City upon the album's release.