Live in London (Beach Boys '69 in North America) is a live album by The Beach Boys, released through Capitol Records. It was initially released by EMI in the UK in May of 1970. It's believed that The Beach Boys owed Capitol one more album (this may have been it, instead of the The Fading Rock Group Revival/Reverberation project), and it does seem suspect that Brian Wilson was the official producer of an unauthorized album.
Live in London was to be a live album by the Strokes. The album was to be released on October 12, 2004, but was canceled because of quality problems. The chosen gig was one held at the legendary Alexandra Palace in northern London.
Live in London is a concert album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest. It is the 2nd live album released by the band since Ripper Owens became their singer.