If you are a Rebecca St. James (RSJ) fan, probably the best music you've never heard is her performance at Alive 2000. This concert was done right before "Transform" came out. It has many of her best songs from "God" and "Pray", plus the then-new "For The Love Of God" with a different arrangement from "Transform". The band she had at this time was superb, and the songs are much tighter and more enjoyable than the album versions. She gives the show everything she's got, too. Of the various live recordings I've heard over the years, which aren't that many, it's the best one I've heard. Plus, what's really great is the recording has RSJ's spoken bits between songs, including encouragement to live for God, and not compromise with the world. Plus, a long bit about personal purity is included along with a heart-breaking story.
The House of Blues (where they had this concert) tried an experiment about that time of streaming live concerts over the Internet. I don't know what ever happened to that, or if they still do it. But, back then, someone recorded the stream to disk and made MP3s of the recording. I will not reveal any details about how this happened. What surprised me recently was that this recording is still circulating on file sharing networks! It was released on WinMX about the time Napster was shut down. Somewhere around that time. And it's still going strong after all these years, which is remarkable.
I only wonder why the record company for RSJ doesn't get their hands on this and release it. The recording is of medium quality: Very listenable, but also a little flat. The original recording would be phenomenal. Even if the record company had to split the profits with the HoB, releasing this concert would sell some CDs. I'd pay for a CD-quality version, myself, and I don't even buy CDs anymore. And the HoB would not be monetizing this concert in any other way, so why wouldn't they go for it? Someone at ForeFront needs to jump on this. This is a guaranteed revenue generator.
In the meanwhile, you can go to BitTorrent sites, and other file-sharing sites, and track this down fairly easily. Be sure to get the 320kbps version, because the sound is a little flat (not much dynamic range) to begin with and more MP3 compression certainly doesn't help.
BTW: In "I'll Carry You", the act she is introducing is Bedlam Oz. Hard to hear what she is saying, but she says "Bedlam Oz, or, The Slinkys". They have a web site if you want to track them down to learn more. (You probably don't, but I'm just mentioning it...)