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Originally Posted by bobby94928 View Post

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

Overtime is the correct Blu-ray/. It was my fault.
post #8102 of 8898
Some Zep videos

Celebration Day Trailer



A snippit of Black Dog



And the press conference that took place



And one of the comments confirms on the video, that the guitar is NOT overdubbed

EDIT: Page did mention in the press conference that Kashmir was overdubbed slightly since Plant had nearly 'run out of steam' and that overdubs will be kept to a minimum
Edited by gold2040 - 9/23/12 at 9:47am
post #8103 of 8898
Got my tickets to see this at the cinerama in Seattle on October 17th. Should be a blast. Still remember going to see TSRTS back when it came out.
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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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Received it yesterday from Amazon and certainly glad I ordered it. Video is dark and soft but the performance and audio is outstanding.
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Celebration Day (2CD + 1 Blu-Ray, CD sized digipack)

This title will be released on November 19, 2012
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Video

Video codec: MPEG-4 AVC
Video resolution: 1080i
Aspect ratio: 1.78:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.78:1

Audio

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1


http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009E3EYMY/ref=cm_sw_su_dp
post #8106 of 8898
Ordered, thank you very much...
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Ordered. Thanks!
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I received and watched The Who: Live in Texas 1975 DVD today.

The video is about average for a 2012 concert video shot with multiple phone cameras then spliced together. In other words, not so good. At times the editor got a little goofy and went with some slow motion and or fast motion. Sometimes in lieu of the normal video or other times as a background to the video. My personal favorite was the wait for the encore. We got to see a still of a blurry Roger Daltry with The Who spelled out in large asterisks. Eventually the Who asterisks started blinking.

The sound was a bit better. At times they seem to have lost the guitar feed or it was to low. At other times it was pretty okay, never really good, but usually always better then the video (the bar was set low).

Would I recommend this? If you're a fan of The Who, you're damn right I would. Despite the flaws, I really enjoyed it. It's a great set and for those that saw them in that era, may actually bring back memories of how they may have looked and sounded had you been at the concert, if you get my drift.

I don't regret the $11.99 spent.
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Roxy Music Live at the Apollo - concert in 2001. Good PQ and AQ. The mix was somewhat laid back which just may have been due to the actual board setup at the concert, but still sounded good. Very good show! The extra musicians really filled out the sound compared to their early recordings. The woman on keyboards/electronics and violin was a big addition as was the keyboard/piano player who, from what it sounded like when Ferry introduced him, also did all the arrangements the show.

larry
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I ordered this Queen Adreena DVD and then ordered a multi-region DVD so I could play it!

It seems to be a great performance, but then I seem to like anything that Katie does.
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Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live In Budapest



Originally filmed in 1986, this momentous concert movie has been re-mastered in high definition and superb 5.1 surround sound. Street date is November 6th.

Also included on the Blu-ray is a new 25 minute documentary feature entitled "A Magic Year". This follows Queen from just after their historic show–stealing performance at Live Aid, London, on July 13, 1985, through the year leading up to the epic concert in Budapest. Using archive footage from rehearsals, interviews with the band in the studio and on the road during the Magic Tour - some of which has never been seen before - this fascinating feature has been specially created for this new release.

"We're delighted that Queen fans across the world will finally have the chance to relive this amazing moment for the band. We knew a stadium concert in Budapest was ground–breaking, but hadn't quite anticipated what a historic night it would turn out to be. The concert looks fantastic on the screen in all its digitally re-mastered glory and the documentary does a great job of setting the scene – it really was an extraordinary time in the band's history." Brian May and Roger Taylor.

Blu-ray Tracklisting:
One Vision
Tie Your Mother Down
In The Lap Of The Gods
Seven Seas Of Rhye
Tear It Up
A Kind Of Magic
Under Pressure
Who Wants To Live Forever
I Want To Break Free
Guitar Solo
Now I'm Here
Love Of My Life
Tavaszi Szél Vizet Áraszt
Is This The World We Created...?
Tutti Frutti
Bohemian Rhapsody
Hammer To Fall
Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Radio Ga Ga
We Will Rock You
Friends Will Be Friends
We Are The Champions

Extras:
'A Magic Year' documentary

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I must say I'm very impressed with how good this is. For being filmed in '83 they did a great job with the video and audio. Great set list too.

1. Electric Eye (Live US Festival Show)
2. Riding On The Wind (Live US Festival Show)
3. Heading Out To The Highway (Live US Festival Show)
4. Metal Gods (Live US Festival Show)
5. Breaking The Law (Live US Festival Show)
6. Diamonds And Rust (Live US Festival Show)
7. Victim Of Changes (Live US Festival Show)
8. Living After Midnight (Live US Festival Show)
9. The Green Manalishi (With The Two Pronged Crown) (Live US Festival Show)
10. Screaming For Vengeance (Live US Festival Show)
11. You've Got Another Thing Comin' (Live US Festival Show)
12. Hell Bent For Leather (Live US Festival Show)
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Originally Posted by BOSE501MKIV View Post

I must say I'm very impressed with how good this is. For being filmed in '83 they did a great job with the video and audio. Great set list too.


I just picked this up last week, but haven't had the chance to watch the DVD yet.
It will nice to see Haldford hitting the really high notes that he has a hard time hitting these days.

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I am getting redirected to (spam) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008XBCJ34 whenever I login or select a thread on this 4um?

Pleaze, remove this satanatic devil. mad.gif

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I am getting redirected to (spam) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008XBCJ34 whenever I login or select a thread on this 4um?

Pleaze, remove this satanatic devil. mad.gif

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What's happening?

I removed the amazon affiliate tags from the Avatar link.
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What's happening?

I had the same problem yesterday. If you clicked on a thread it took you to Amazon and Avatar. Forum navigator, login, it didn’t matter what you clicked; everything took you to Amazon and Avatar. It lasted an hour or so and was resolved. But for that hour or so, it was a PITA.
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Ah, ok. It probably had something to do with them having the Avatar 3D graphics and banner or whatever on the main part (top frame) of the forum page.

larry
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Fixed, thanks......
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Originally Posted by BOSE501MKIV View Post

Got my tickets to see this at the cinerama in Seattle on October 17th. Should be a blast. Still remember going to see TSRTS back when it came out.
how was it mate?
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Originally Posted by gold2040 View Post

how was it mate?

Where do I start. Seeing the guys on a 70 foot screen was pretty impressive. For Your Life was the highlight for me. Super tight and groovy. Seeing that alone was worth the price of admission. They practiced for 6 weeks and you can tell. Tight but Loose wink.gif There were so many songs they DIDN'T play, but I can't fault the set list. I'm sure Plant can't get the high notes for Immigrant Song or Communication Breakdown at this point. Unfortunately, not too much "jam" material. Just a little during Whole Lotta Love and Dazed. The print looked perfect and the sound was great. I would've had the audio a little louder but it was fine. The show was sold out and everyone raved about how good it was. I will be getting the blu-Ray and cranking the hell out of it.
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Originally Posted by BOSE501MKIV View Post

Where do I start. Seeing the guys on a 70 foot screen was pretty impressive. For Your Life was the highlight for me. Super tight and groovy. Seeing that alone was worth the price of admission. They practiced for 6 weeks and you can tell. Tight but Loose wink.gif There were so many songs they DIDN'T play, but I can't fault the set list. I'm sure Plant can't get the high notes for Immigrant Song or Communication Breakdown at this point. Unfortunately, not too much "jam" material. Just a little during Whole Lotta Love and Dazed. The print looked perfect and the sound was great. I would've had the audio a little louder but it was fine. The show was sold out and everyone raved about how good it was. I will be getting the blu-Ray and cranking the hell out of it.
Well hopefully my friend will be ordering the Bluray for his 55" 3D enabled Samsung

can't.. ****ing.. wait
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Enjoy...
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Quebec Magnetic Bluray will be available on December 10.

Video
Video codec: MPEG-4 AVC
Video resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 1.78:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.78:1

Audio
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English: LPCM 2.0


"Quebec Magnetic" track listing:

01. That Was Just Your Life
02. The End Of The Line
03. The Four Horsemen
04. The Shortest Straw
05. One
06. Broken, Beat & Scarred
07. My Apocalypse
08. Sad But True
09. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
10. The Judas Kiss
11. The Day That Never Comes
12. Master Of Puppets
13. Battery
14. Nothing Else Matters
15. Enter Sandman
16. Killing Time
17. Whiplash
18. Seek & Destroy

Bonus songs:

19. For Whom The Bell Tolls
20. Holier Than Thou
21. Cyanide
22. Turn The Page
23. All Nightmare Long
24. Damage, Inc.
25. Breadfan
26. Phantom Lord
Edited by Artslinger - 11/29/12 at 4:23am
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Can't wait.......
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Just 12 more days!
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Genesis - The Gabriel Years







This isn't a concert DVD, but there are "videos" of Genesis playing songs from early albums that aren't readily available anywhere else that I've seen. For fans of early (the real) Genesis with Gabriel, this is pretty much a "must have" even though you have to sit through the comments and analysis of some of the songs and such from the same people you see on other DVDs like this. Some are very annoying, some are ok, but it's worth it to see the footage of early performances. I've only watched the first DVD so far that covered albums up through Nursery Cryme. IIRC they showed performances of "The Knife", "The Fountain of Salmacis", "Attack of the Giant Hogweed", and "The Musical Box" and parts of other songs.


larry
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Originally Posted by Artslinger View Post

Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live In Budapest]

Did anyone buy this? How is the PQ & AQ?
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My recent blu-ray buys are;

SUPERTRAMP – Live in Paris 1979 - Very good as talked about - I see it's for sale in North America now. DTS-MA

ETTA JAMES - Montreux 1993 - Typical quality from the Montreux files - I am not an Etta James fan but enjoyed this. DTS-MA

DOORS – LIVE AT THE BOWL - 68 - good PQ for a 68 concert - AQ -very good DTS-MA

JOHNNY CASH – WE WALK THE LINE (TRIBUTE) - I don't know most of the artists but I am a Cash fan - very good PQ - Audio is LPCM5.1
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Originally Posted by HFXguy View Post

Did anyone buy this? How is the PQ & AQ?

Not yet since I have a couple of other Queen concert DVDs and I'm waiting for the price to come down.

I have read good reviews about the bluray, you won't get oa review much better then the one below.

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Hungarian-Rhapsody-Queen-Live-In-Budapest-Deluxe-Blu-ray/56085/
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Originally Posted by HFXguy View Post

My recent blu-ray buys are;

DOORS – LIVE AT THE BOWL - 68 - good PQ for a 68 concert - AQ -very good DTS-MA

I was at this concert in '68. I once rented a VHS of this concert and I was not all that impressed. Now, bluray and DTS-MA, that interests me if for nothing else just the memory and history.....
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