In this section I will list all those live albums that have been released legally (or at least they pretend to be!) but not because Motorhead
wanted it, but because some label had the rights, or licensed the rights, to the recording and put it out.
These albums are therefore not really bootlegs (maybe official bootlegs would be adequate) but they have not released on the initiative by
the band although the band might very well have approved them. On the other hand, Motorhead were not very keen on releasing
No Sleept til Hammersmith either when
that one was released. And not very fond of Steamhammer releasing the Boneshaker release as
Live At brixton. But that is antother story.
A lot of these recording have been released with totally different titles and sleeves but they still contain the same recording. The 1977 Birmingham show first released in 1989 as Blitzkrieg on Birmingham have been released in a million different versions but it is still the same recording so therefore you will have to look in that seciton. A problem is that the record company who release it does not say it has previously been released with another title. Even some have been first released as bootleg initially but have later got a more "official" release (even if that can be questioned).
|What´s Words Worth||1983-02-26|
|King Biscuit Flower Hour||1983|
|Blitzkrieg On Birmingham||1989|
|Lock Up Your Daughters||1990-06-30|
|Live At Manchester Apollo 10.6.83||1994|
|Live At Brixton||1994|
|Catch Scratch Fewer||2013-02|