Originally Posted by Archaea
I watched some of it on netflix this past weekend to get an idea of what all the commotion was about. I was surprised to see Through the Never on Netflix, but there it was.
I'll have to queue up that particular track and see how it goes.
Netflix has only a few concerts to watch when you type in 'concert', but they are pretty cool. I also sampled the Madonna concert and the Pink concert in addition to the Metallica concert - since they also pulled up in my search.
I need to purchase some concert disks...That one that Craig John demoed with the Orchestra was better than Through the Never.
*ducks and dodges
Which concert disk blurays are absolute must buys?
Originally Posted by Reefdvr27
I picked up The Eagles Farewell Tour from Melbourne. Heard that at Gorilla's and it was excellent and I bought it. Billy Joel at Shea, David Gilmour Remember that night and AC/DC live at Donington to name a few. I picked up the new Woodstock release last week and also Led Zepplin the Song remains the same. Have not watched either but have seen clips in the past. Curious how they are remastered on Blu Ray.
I second the eagles farewell "ONE" tour
Michael Jackson's "This is It" is incredible and I don't really dig most of the music but thriller and beat it are both incredible
Steve Vai's most recent BD is great and has some killer tracks
Dave and Tim at radio city is definite go-to
Rush's Time Machine, man, just another incredible one
Mumford and Son's live at red rocks is also pretty awesome and mostly acoustically done so I great tester for overall system performance
I can list several more but those are some of my faves at this point.