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post #61 of 82
My favorites are the Heart, Orbison, and Motorhead ones.


Oh...forgot about the Queen, too. I bought that one on BD the first time around so I didn't think about it being on both formats.
post #62 of 82
On Stage at World Cafe - Live



http://www.amazon.de/Stage-World-Caf...2305373&sr=1-1

01 Living Colour - Cult Of Personality
02 Rhett Miller - Singular Girl
03 David Poe - The Pornographer
04 The Knack - My Sharona
05 Duncan Sheik - White Limousine
06 Shemeika Copeland - Who Stole My Radio?
07 Steve Forbet - Romeo's Tune
08 Marshall Crenshaw - Someday, Someway
09 Naked Eyes - Always Something There
10 Daniela Cotton - Devil In Disguise
11 Jennifer Glass - Talking To You
12 Rita Coolidge - Born Under A Bad Sign
post #63 of 82
Thread Starter 
Updated again...
post #64 of 82
I liked yes live in montreaux, though it is true that this good performance can`t be compared to the energy of the songs performed on the albums.
post #65 of 82
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Originally Posted by Vmk2 View Post

I liked yes live in montreaux, though it is true that this good performance can`t be compared to the energy of the songs performed on the albums.

I didn't find this performance to be as good as the House of Yes one a few years earlier. Judging by both of these, they are pretty tame live.
post #66 of 82
maybe they were younger and had more energy then. the fragile album from which many of the songs are included in the montreux concert, sounds incredibly energetic and powerful on the cd. it is almost non comparable.
post #67 of 82
Ok, this disc has to be mentioned, even though it is not at the overall quality level of any of the more recent releases. I'm talking about the Jimi Hendrix Live at Monterey disc from the UK. The image quality is what you would expect from a 1967 concert - grainy, and probably no better than a VHS tape in many ways. The audio quality was quite good to me, really nothing to complain about.

But where this has to score significant bonus points is on the historical impact of this disc. This was the first concert that Hendrix appeared in the US following his explosion in the UK, and he went straight up from here. I really enjoyed the extra feature that included "Stone Free" - this is crappy audio quality, but I swear there's a guy in the background just in awe of Hendrix, and it looks like a Pete Townshend clone to me!

Anyway, this shouldn't be at the top of any list, but I have played this 3 times already, and even with my wife getting me the Complete Monterey Pop Festival that includes this concert, I'll be keeping the HD DVD.
post #68 of 82
Deep Purple: Live At Montreux 2006
I saw this one and I am a Deep Purple fan so here is my vote
post #69 of 82
Cream, Royal Albert Hall
post #70 of 82
NIN.

Off the top of my head NIN may be the only concert HD DVD I have (I already had the Eagles on DVD and that is a great one too, maybe someday I will upgrade it). I do have several Blu-Ray concert discs and I feel the NIN HD DVD has an overall PQ and AQ that I have yet to see matched.
post #71 of 82
Finally got "The Eagles" disc... Amazing!!! That's all i can say. It is fantastic. I actually got for under $10 at Newbury comics on a trip to Boston... was shocked to see it and so happy to have it!
post #72 of 82
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Finally got "The Eagles" disc... Amazing!!! That's all i can say. It is fantastic. I actually got for under $10 at Newbury comics on a trip to Boston... was shocked to see it and so happy to have it!

i like to have one also.. any good shops you know? thanks...
post #73 of 82
I live in Manhattan... I got lucky when i popped into newbury comics and saw it... it's all just a crap shoot, but if you can get it, definitely do... it's something special.
post #74 of 82
Nin beside you in time
post #75 of 82
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Originally Posted by Quentin2 View Post

I've got about 12 concert discs and finally getting around to watch them. Thought the Eagles and Chicago/EW&F and Santana discs were amazing but was just floored by The Moody Blues: Lovely To See You Live.


I really didn't expect much, most bands with 40+ years under their belts are looking a little bored and tired but The Moody Blues still rock out like it's 1980!


There are 20 songs with not a lame one in the bunch. The video quality is better than any other concert disc I've seen so far and the audio is right up there as well. Most important, the band was cookin' that night and the live audience was in to the show.


So many great songs but I have to say "Isn't Life Strange" was the standout with many others not too far behind. Thanks to everyone involved for such a great disc!


So what is your favorite concert?



EDIT: Updated list of Concerts mentioned so far and number of votes:



Eagles Farewell 1 Tour (11 votes)

NIN: Besides You in Time (5 votes)

The Moody Blues: Lovely To See You Live (4 votes)

Heart: Alive in Seattle (4 votes)

Motorhead: Stage Fright (3 votes)

Queen: Rock Montreal & Live Aid (2 votes)

Roy Orbison: Black&White Night (2 votes)

Alice Cooper - Live at Montreux 2005 (1 vote)

Chicago/Earth Wind & Fire: Live at the Greek Theatre (1 vote) (mentioned many times)

Cream, Royal Albert Hall (1 vote)

Deep Purple: Live At Montreux 2006 (1 vote)

Santana: Hymns for Peace - Live at Montreux 2004 (1 vote)

R. Kelly: Live - The Light It Up Tour (1 vote)

Toto: 25th Anniversary (1 vote)

On Stage at World Cafe - Live (1 vote)

Led Zeppelin: Song Remains The Same (mentioned)

Pat Metheny Group: The Way Up (mentioned)

Tribute To James Taylor (mentioned)

Robbie Williams (mentioned)

Are the Eagles Farewell Tour and the Moody Blues: Lovely to see you available on Blue Ray?
post #76 of 82
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Originally Posted by JackB View Post

Are the Eagles Farewell Tour and the Moody Blues: Lovely to see you available on Blue Ray?

Moody Blues = Yes
Eagles = No

And the Eagles HD-DVD is the better of the 2 (although we like the Moody Blues HD-DVD also).
post #77 of 82
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Originally Posted by PioManiac View Post


FIFY biggrin.gif





link to more in this post : http://www.avsforum.com/t/1144401/info-on-the-eagles-farewell-1-tour-on-blu#post_23023078

Amazon price is only $16.88 (currently) http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/8484/eagles_farewell.html

Not a fix - what I said was accurate when I said it.
post #78 of 82
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Originally Posted by PioManiac View Post

Look again, a little closer,
I did put a date reference in the quote "as of Feb.26 2013"
Followed by a biggrin.gif

I had looked closely enough - I was responding to the "FIFY" acronym.
post #79 of 82
Yep,my Eagles Bluray should be here next week,then two weeks after that were in Vegas to see them live at MGM:D.
post #80 of 82
Eagles Bluray just arrived,gonna fire up tonight:cool:.
post #81 of 82
This is an HD-DVD forum. There is another forum for BDs : http://www.avsforum.com/f/150/blu-ray-software

larry
post #82 of 82
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Originally Posted by Cougar360 View Post

Nin beside you in time

+1
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