Live broadcast have memories. It is not that the studio recordings do not have it but it works differently. Studio recordings you can listen any time, you can pose, make a break, you can continue any time in any way you would like it to be. You own the recording. With live broadcasts, wish you or not, the performing event owns you.
Playing my audio I clearly differentiate playback from my CDs/LPs/Tapes and the live playback from my tuners or playback from my recording of live broadcasts. The CDs/LPs/Tapes are just media that bring some music. The attendance of live performances has living memories. I remember the memorable concerts. I remember when I was, with whom I was, what I felt, even what I eat before the concert. The CDs/LPs have mostly none of it. The recordings of Live FM broadcasts do.
When I go to my music server and invoke a file with Live broadcasts it serves some kind of mental pointer in my memory, almost as I was a part, or a participant of the concert. It has very different feels and it makes me sort of responsible for the sound kind of in a way I am responsible for own memories.
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche