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Dick Clark dead - massive heartattack.
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Thanks for the recommendation! The Crossroads concert has got some kickass audio!
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Really good reviews @ Amazon (FYI - it's 2D and 3D)

Anyhow, it seen a copy @ BB [bluray for $13.99] so I picked up a copy.

Concert running time - 2 hr 18 min.
Bonus Track - 12 min
Bonus Video (inside the wormhole) 43 min.......
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Really good reviews @ Amazon (FYI - it's 2D and 3D)

Anyhow, it seen a copy @ BB [bluray for $13.99] so I picked up a copy.

Concert running time - 2 hr 18 min.
Bonus Track - 12 min
Bonus Video (inside the wormhole) 43 min.......

Picked this up as well, enjoyed it quite a bit.
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I didn't. I'm done with Joe. Just a bunch of ppl banging on their guitars. It did nothing for me. Without vocals these titles are meaningles for me. Sure, Joe is great, he played with Deep Purple.....

Like Steve Vai, I'm done with him too. It's like cool, but where's the singer?
post #7986 of 8897
Been kinda quiet in here...
I have been very much enjoying the new "George Harrison: Living in the Material World".
If your a Beatles fan this is a no brainer.

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Didn't purchase this title when it came out as I thought it was all Documentory.

I discovered the SD edition Box Set included the 30th Anniversary Concert from Gainesville Florida
(had to have it) and found a used copy for $10.


Still in shippment........

FYI: The Blu ray edition does not include the 30th Anniversary Concert from Gainesville Florida.
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Didn't purchase this title when it came out as I thought it was all Documentory.

I discovered the SD edition Box Set included the 30th Anniversary Concert from Gainesville Florida
(had to have it) and found a used copy for $10.


Still in shippment........

FYI: The Blu ray edition does not include the 30th Anniversary Concert from Gainesville Florida.

I have this DVD the concert is excellent. A great set list with good audio and video.
post #7989 of 8897
Thx's for the heads up!
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I have this DVD the concert is excellent. A great set list with good audio and video.

I agree, and I also enjoyed watching and listening to the documentary (multiple times) which traces the history and evolution of the band since their formation. Very well done, and interesting even if you're not a huge fan!
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I didn't. I'm done with Joe. Just a bunch of ppl banging on their guitars. It did nothing for me. Without vocals these titles are meaningles for me. Sure, Joe is great, he played with Deep Purple.....

Like Steve Vai, I'm done with him too. It's like cool, but where's the singer?

Why ruin a good song with a vocalist?
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

I didn't. I'm done with Joe. Just a bunch of ppl banging on their guitars. It did nothing for me. Without vocals these titles are meaningles for me. Sure, Joe is great, he played with Deep Purple.....

Like Steve Vai, I'm done with him too. It's like cool, but where's the singer?

"That's classical music! You know how I know that? No lyrics."-Fred Ward, BIG BUSINESS
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Tom Petty 30th Anniversary Concert from Gainesville Florida:

Performance - good
Audio - good
Video - fair (lot's of low level lighting)

Concert is just a little shy of 2 hours.


Haven't watched the doc yet.
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I'm sure this may have been talked about already on here, but i couldn't find it. I just received this today(Blu Ray), and Gave it a listen. To me it sounds pretty good, but there is hardly any Bass to speak of, and it's just not presice bass....Kinda flat sounding. I also had to crank the level on the sub way up compared to most everything else i have, . Has anybody else experienced this? I mean it doesn't sound bad, but it is lacking in my opinion.
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KISS is one of the Most influential bands of all time. Paul Stanley is one of the best frontmen of all time!
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I'm sure this may have been talked about already on here, but i couldn't find it. I just received this today(Blu Ray), and Gave it a listen. To me it sounds pretty good, but there is hardly any Bass to speak of, and it's just not presice bass....Kinda flat sounding. I also had to crank the level on the sub way up compared to most everything else i have, . Has anybody else experienced this? I mean it doesn't sound bad, but it is lacking in my opinion.

I feel that way about 4 out of 5 concerts I listen to. Sorry to hear it about Styx, as it was next on my list.

A while back we discussed me switching out my Farewell tour from DVD to HDDVD. I did just that. Got it for $18 and sold my DVD for $11. The picture is a world of improvement. However, I'm not too impressed with the audio. If anything, I felt the DVD was a little more robust.
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I'm sure this may have been talked about already on here, but i couldn't find it. I just received this today(Blu Ray), and Gave it a listen. To me it sounds pretty good, but there is hardly any Bass to speak of, and it's just not presice bass....Kinda flat sounding. I also had to crank the level on the sub way up compared to most everything else i have, . Has anybody else experienced this? I mean it doesn't sound bad, but it is lacking in my opinion.


My version is SD and sounds just fine..........

It's called the bass knob, turn it clockwise for more, anti-clockwise for less....

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KISS is one of the Most influential bands of all time. Paul Stanley is one of the best frontmen of all time!






Glad I missed them..........
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I feel that way about 4 out of 5 concerts I listen to. Sorry to hear it about Styx, as it was next on my list.

A while back we discussed me switching out my Farewell tour from DVD to HDDVD. I did just that. Got it for $18 and sold my DVD for $11. The picture is a world of improvement. However, I'm not too impressed with the audio. If anything, I felt the DVD was a little more robust.

I did the same and had the same experience. The audio is still good, but I was expecting more.
post #8001 of 8897
Sounds like a system (audio) problem to me.
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Release date June 26th........

http://www.amazon.com/Stone-Temple-P...122739&sr=1-25

I'm thinking, I'm gonna like this one.
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Sounds like a system (audio) problem to me.

If the low end was there, I'd hear it!

Now that STP concert looks promising! Looking forward to that one!
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an if'n it's really low, you will feel it.
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Release date June 26th........

http://www.amazon.com/Stone-Temple-P...122739&sr=1-25

I'm thinking, I'm gonna like this one.

Probably my favorite modern era rock band. Looking forword to this one for sure.
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LOL, trust me.... i got that part LOL thax for the advise.
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My version is SD and sounds just fine..........

It's called the bass knob, turn it clockwise for more, anti-clockwise for less....

post #8007 of 8897
Going to see them for the 12th time July 31st in birmingham! wanna go??? KISS that is
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Looking forward to this one........



Title will be released on August 21, 2012

Los Lobos is revisiting its watershed 1992 album “Kiko” in a 20th anniversary reissue, adding to the original studio album with previously unreleased early and alternate takes of several songs. Simultaneously, a document of the band’s 2006 performance of “Kiko” in its entirety will be released separately on CD, DVD and Blu-ray, with both “Kiko” projects coming Aug. 21.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/musi...ive-video.html
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Live at the Roseland Ballroom NYC [Blu-ray] (2012)



This title will be released on June 26, 2012

http://www.amazon.com/Live-Roseland-...604280&sr=1-22


Got the SD a while back from Canada - well worth it if you're into BTO.....
post #8010 of 8897
$13.99 is a nice price for a BD, might have to work up a $25 order for the free shipping
It's in my cart
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