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post #8071 of 8898
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Originally Posted by badgerpilot View Post

I'll give it a shot, besides, I will probably just rip it to my HTPC using AnyDVD HD. From their website "Removes region codes from Blu-ray media." No worries.

For all interested ... Amazon.co.uk now has this listed as "Region Free " !

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Supertramp-Live-Paris-Blu-ray-Region/dp/B008B3MZNI/ref=sr_1_1?s=dvd&ie=UTF8&qid=1345728887&sr=1-1

At $19.85 (CAN) shipped to Canada can't beat the price. Still no sign of it on either Amazon.ca or Amazon.com.
post #8072 of 8898
In Stock.

Running time [bluray] 150 mins........

Bluray has 3 additional bonus songs

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Edited by vision-master - 8/23/12 at 11:57am
post #8073 of 8898
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Just ordered the BD, should be here Saturday. Kiko was one of the better releases of the '90's [IMHO] + I'm a big Los Lobos fan so I'm really looking forward to watching this. I have their Live at the Filmore DVD and always have enjoyed that release too.
post #8074 of 8898
I'll definitly be picking this up. Has a release date of Sep. 25th.

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post #8075 of 8898
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Originally Posted by SoCal71RS View Post

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Oh, this looks very tasty. After seeing his performance of "Red House" (which was THE highlight of the Strat show) if this is anything close to that performance it should be quite enjoyable. Kiko Live and now this. Glad to see a couple of shows finally being released that really interest me.
post #8076 of 8898
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Originally Posted by Picasso Moon View Post

Oh, this looks very tasty. After seeing his performance of "Red House" (which was THE highlight of the Strat show) if this is anything close to that performance it should be quite enjoyable. Kiko Live and now this. Glad to see a couple of shows finally being released that really interest me.

Day one for me.
post #8077 of 8898
I think that "Overtime," a blu-ray by Lee Rittenour, is hands down the best blu-ray concert to date. It features smooth jazz, tradition jazz, r&b and pop in an almost 2 hours concert and the sound and picture are to die for.cool.gifwink.gif
Edited by gbaby - 9/20/12 at 11:11am
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post #8079 of 8898
I only found 1 blu ray by Lee Ritenour and that is Overtime. It is the only one available in the US, UK, and Germany..

http://www.amazon.com/Overtime-Blu-ray-Lee-Ritenour/dp/B007XNAPJS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1346080285&sr=8-1&keywords=lee+ritenour+blu+ray
post #8080 of 8898
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Originally Posted by Rodrigues_Brazil View Post

Live In Paris '79 [Blu-ray] [2012]
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Roger Hodgson about this release: http://www.breakfastinspain.com/newsflash/rogers-comments-about-the-paris-live-dvd

Roger Hodgson's Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/RogerHodgsonOfficial

What you guys think about all that mess?
post #8081 of 8898
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Originally Posted by Rodrigues_Brazil View Post

What you guys think about all that mess?

I think that is par for the course for the music (and movie) industry at large. Neither care the least bit about the artist or the consumer.
post #8082 of 8898
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Originally Posted by Rodrigues_Brazil View Post

Roger Hodgson about this release: http://www.breakfastinspain.com/newsflash/rogers-comments-about-the-paris-live-dvd
Roger Hodgson's Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/RogerHodgsonOfficial
What you guys think about all that mess?

Debating on weather or not to purchase this title from the UK?

Will I reget it?

Still have a older title (from 04)/ Los Lonely Boys to watch - 75 cents + shipping......


Edit.............

Oh, as far as this mess, I'm wondering IF'N I don't order this NOW will it become one of those really hard to find ones shorty?
post #8083 of 8898
Supertramp: Live in Paris '79 (Bluray)

Received my copy from Amazon.uk yesterday. Overall it's a great concert with all the old hits performed as I remember them.

With respect to PQ I'd classify it as closer to DVD quality than Bluray standards; but bearing in mind the fact that the concert is 33 years old it's quite understandable and acceptable.

I had read that the AQ (available in both 2 channel LPCM and 5.1 DTS HD MA) was excellent but, from my experience, was disappointing. I am using a PS3 as my Bluray player so am using the LPCM out audio option to my Pioneer amp. On the 5.1 DTS-HD MA option found that there was little or no signal to the center channel and only used the two fronts with little surround sound from the backs.

I'd be interested in hearing comments on the audio quality from others with a copy.
post #8084 of 8898
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Originally Posted by BartMan01 View Post

I think that is par for the course for the music (and movie) industry at large. Neither care the least bit about the artist or the consumer.

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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Debating on weather or not to purchase this title from the UK?
Will I reget it?
Still have a older title (from 04)/ Los Lonely Boys to watch - 75 cents + shipping......
Edit.............
Oh, as far as this mess, I'm wondering IF'N I don't order this NOW will it become one of those really hard to find ones shorty?

I never knew something like that coming from such respected artists and producers, anyway.
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Originally Posted by coffenk View Post

Supertramp: Live in Paris '79 (Bluray)
Received my copy from Amazon.uk yesterday. Overall it's a great concert with all the old hits performed as I remember them.
With respect to PQ I'd classify it as closer to DVD quality than Bluray standards; but bearing in mind the fact that the concert is 33 years old it's quite understandable and acceptable.
I had read that the AQ (available in both 2 channel LPCM and 5.1 DTS HD MA) was excellent but, from my experience, was disappointing. I am using a PS3 as my Bluray player so am using the LPCM out audio option to my Pioneer amp. On the 5.1 DTS-HD MA option found that there was little or no signal to the center channel and only used the two fronts with little surround sound from the backs.
I'd be interested in hearing comments on the audio quality from others with a copy.

I read on another forum, a guy saying basically the same thing as you.
http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=89173
post #8085 of 8898
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Better un-order it? -> Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
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Originally Posted by Rodrigues_Brazil View Post

VM is right, need a compatible player.
Sorry

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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

I'd wait an see if it's imported in the USA, otherwise order the Standard disk [ntsc]
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Live-Paris-79-DVD-NTSC/dp/B008B3MZMY/ref=sr_1_1?s=dvd&ie=UTF8&qid=1345067841&sr=1-1

I got mine the other day and haven't had a chance to listen to the whole thing but it works just fine in my BD player. Zero issues.

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Originally Posted by coffenk View Post

Supertramp: Live in Paris '79 (Bluray)
Received my copy from Amazon.uk yesterday. Overall it's a great concert with all the old hits performed as I remember them.
With respect to PQ I'd classify it as closer to DVD quality than Bluray standards; but bearing in mind the fact that the concert is 33 years old it's quite understandable and acceptable.
I had read that the AQ (available in both 2 channel LPCM and 5.1 DTS HD MA) was excellent but, from my experience, was disappointing. I am using a PS3 as my Bluray player so am using the LPCM out audio option to my Pioneer amp. On the 5.1 DTS-HD MA option found that there was little or no signal to the center channel and only used the two fronts with little surround sound from the backs.
I'd be interested in hearing comments on the audio quality from others with a copy.

I have only listened to a little bit but I would agree. The PQ is more like DVD and the sound is ok, not reference quality but on the whole it is still a worthwhile buy IMO.
post #8086 of 8898
Just watched my copy of Supertramp Paris from the UK to Canada for only $20.88 , great price love the music picture quality is what I expected no problems with playback . Live performances sure have changed over the years , not much action up on the stage but I say again I love the music and their ability to play live .I recommend this disc to any Supertramp fan .
post #8087 of 8898
The long awaited Led Zeppelin reunion concert DVD/Blurray

a scheduled November 22nd release date

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http://ultimateclassicrock.com/led-zeppelin-02-arena-live-album-release-date-revealed/
post #8088 of 8898
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Originally Posted by gold2040 View Post

The long awaited Led Zeppelin reunion concert DVD/Blurray

a scheduled November 22nd release date

cannot wait cool.gif

http://ultimateclassicrock.com/led-zeppelin-02-arena-live-album-release-date-revealed/

Wow, thanks for the heads up about this!!! Hell HAS frozen over, thought that perhaps this would
never see the light of day...cool.gif
post #8089 of 8898
Awsome
post #8090 of 8898
Led Zeppelin reunion concert film smile.gif

Following is the track listing of the upcoming film, which will last just over two hours.

1. Good Times Bad Times
2. Ramble On
3. Black Dog
4. In My Time Of Dying
5. For Your Life
6. Trampled Under Foot
7. Nobody's Fault But Mine
8. No Quarter
9. Since I've Been Loving You
10. Dazed And Confused
11. Stairway To Heaven
12. The Song Remains The Same
13. Misty Mountain Hop
14. Kashmir
15. Whole Lotta Love
16. Rock And Roll
post #8091 of 8898
I'm in!
post #8092 of 8898
One Night With Blue Note: The Historic All-Star Reunion Concert (1985)

Most excellent 1985 concert to kick off the resurrection of venerable jazz label Blue Note.

Tracks include:
Canteloupe Island
Recorda-Me
Summertime
Moanin'
Appointment in Ghana
Tone Poem
Blues Walk
The Jumpin' Blues
+ more

Artists include: Art Blakey, Kenny Burrell, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Tony Williams, Lou Donaldson, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Bobby Hutchison, Reggie Workman, Grady Tate, Curtis Fuller, McCoy Tyner, Stanley Turrentine, and other greats. Giants of the genre in top form. Definitely not the usual "reunion" meh.

Audio is 2.0 stereo and 5.1 Dolby Surround. Video is 4:3.

If you dig mid-'50s to mid-'60s hard bop you know you have to own this. cool.gif

Curious others should prepare for possible conversion. biggrin.gif

Enjoy!
post #8093 of 8898
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Originally Posted by defmoot View Post

One Night With Blue Note: The Historic All-Star Reunion Concert (1985)
Most excellent 1985 concert to kick off the resurrection of venerable jazz label Blue Note.
Tracks include:
Canteloupe Island
Recorda-Me
Summertime
Moanin'
Appointment in Ghana
Tone Poem
Blues Walk
The Jumpin' Blues
+ more
Artists include: Art Blakey, Kenny Burrell, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Tony Williams, Lou Donaldson, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Bobby Hutchison, Reggie Workman, Grady Tate, Curtis Fuller, McCoy Tyner, Stanley Turrentine, and other greats. Giants of the genre in top form. Definitely not the usual "reunion" meh.
Audio is 2.0 stereo and 5.1 Dolby Surround. Video is 4:3.
If you dig mid-'50s to mid-'60s hard bop you know you have to own this. cool.gif
Curious others should prepare for possible conversion. biggrin.gif
Enjoy!

Thanks - T Williams is one of my heros. Have to check it out.
post #8094 of 8898
They don't make em like this anymore. The closest thing we he have decent these days is Adele and Lady gaga
post #8095 of 8898
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Originally Posted by Artslinger View Post

Format: Widescreen (16:9)
Audio: PCM Stereo, DTS HD 5.1
77 Minutes
Release Date: July 10, 2012
Track List:
Robert Plant & the Band of Joy: Live from the Artists Den
Black Dog*
Angel Dance
Houses of the Holy*
House of Cards
Cindy, I'll Marry You Someday
Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down
Somewhere Trouble Don't Go
Tangerine*
A Satisfied Mind
Move Up
Down to the Sea
Ramble On
Gallows Pole
In the Mood*
Rock and Roll
I Bid You Goodnight*

I don't see Big Log..what the hell, that was his top 3 easily and my personal fav with In The mood.
post #8096 of 8898
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Originally Posted by Artslinger View Post


You are doing it wrong... you only use the video code which would be KgoapkOo4vg between the you tube tags.


Cool vid.


Great video! smile.gif

(to others) But are we off topic? I come in to learn about DVD converting recommendations or something...mad.gif
post #8097 of 8898
lol - you must follow Clif High........
post #8098 of 8898
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Led Zeppelin reunion concert film smile.gif
Following is the track listing of the upcoming film, which will last just over two hours.
1. Good Times Bad Times
2. Ramble On
3. Black Dog
4. In My Time Of Dying
5. For Your Life
6. Trampled Under Foot
7. Nobody's Fault But Mine
8. No Quarter
9. Since I've Been Loving You
10. Dazed And Confused
11. Stairway To Heaven
12. The Song Remains The Same
13. Misty Mountain Hop
14. Kashmir
15. Whole Lotta Love
16. Rock And Roll

Two hours long with an awesome set list. And they're starting off with the song that got it all started. Crank it to 100dB's and it'll be just the way it used to be. cool.gif
post #8099 of 8898
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Originally Posted by SoCal71RS View Post

I'll definitly be picking this up. Has a release date of Sep. 25th.
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Complete broadcast of 90 minutes + . Featuring among others: Jack Bruce, John Wetton, Simon Phillips, Uli Jon Roth, Randy Hansen and many more
post #8100 of 8898

You are correct! I meant "Overtime," by Lee Rittenour.redface.gif Get it because it is probably the best sounding blu-ray on the market.wink.gif
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