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post #8251 of 8894
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Originally Posted by tony123 View Post

Ain't that the truth... I've now purchased this one in 3 formats....and a 4th disc if you count HFO.

This niche market is growing, but there are still very few examples worth owning, for me.

Check out this one.....



DVD ONE: Jimi Hendrix: Live At Woodstock
1. Message To Love
2. Spanish Castle Magic
3. Red House
4. Lover Man
5. Foxey Lady
6. Jam Back At The House
7. Izabella
8. Fire
9. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
10. Star Spangled Banner
11. Purple Haze
12. Woodstock Improvisation
13. Villanova Junction
14. Hey Joe
15. The Road To Woodstock: New documentary directed by Bob Smeaton featuring new interviews with Hendrix band members Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox, Juma Sultan, and Larry Lee, engineer Eddie Kramer, and Woodstock promoter Michael Lang among others.

DISC TWO: Jimi Hendrix: Live At Woodstock: A Second Look
1. Message To Love
2. Hear My Train A Comin’
3. Spanish Castle Magic
4. Red House
5. Lover Man
6. Foxey Lady
7. Jam Back At The House
8. Izabella
9. Fire
10. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
11. Star Spangled Banner
12. Purple Haze
13. Woodstock Improvisation
14. Villanova Junction
15. Hey Joe
16. Jimi Hendrix Press Conference: Color film footage of never before seen Jimi Hendrix press conference held September 3, 1969 at Frank’s Restaurant in Harlem. Hendrix answers questions about his Woodstock festival performance, his rendition of the "Star Spangled Banner" and the festival’s cultural impact.

post #8252 of 8894
I just spent most of my day at work watching and listening to this Grateful Dead concert, taped at the Radio City Music Hall back in 1980:



I saw the Dead with friends (including a real live dead head) back in 198? at The Spectrum in Philly. Sadly (or not wink.gif ) I don't remember too much of it.
post #8253 of 8894
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Check out this one.....

There is also a BD of this out.smile.gif
post #8254 of 8894
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Originally Posted by rich3fan View Post

I just spent most of my day at work watching and listening to this Grateful Dead concert, taped at the Radio City Music Hall back in 1980:



I saw the Dead with friends (including a real live dead head) back in 198? at The Spectrum in Philly. Sadly (or not wink.gif ) I don't remember too much of it.
Sweet, thanks for the link smile.gif
It even has my Governor(Al Franken) as a young man. I knew he did quite a bit on SNL but this is the first time I'd seen him on this bit.
post #8255 of 8894
Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival 2013


April 12, 13 at Madison Square Garden



OVER 30 OF THE WORLD’S GREATEST GUITARISTS PLAY SIDEMEN TO EACH OTHER OVER TWO NIGHTS AT THE WORLD’S MOST FAMOUS ARENA, MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, APRIL 12-13!


CURRENT CROSSROADS FESTIVAL ARTIST LISTING

(Note: Two Different Nights of Music. Not All Artists Will Perform Both Nights)



Albert Lee
Allan Holdsworth
Allman Brothers Band
Andy Fairweather Low
BB King
Blake Mills
Booker T
Brad Paisley
Buddy Guy
Citizen Cope
Dave Biller
Doyle Bramhall II
Earl Klugh
Eric Clapton
Gary Clark Jr.
Jeff Beck
Jimmy Vaughan
John Mayer
John Scofield
Jonny Lang
Keb Mo
Keith Urban
Kurt Rosenwinkle
Los Lobos
Robbie Robertson
Robert Cray
Robert Randolph
Sonny Landreth
Taj Mahal
Vince Gill



http://www.thegarden.com/events/2013/april/2013-crossroads-guitar-festival.html

Should be a good DVD..........
post #8256 of 8894
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Originally Posted by jjeff View Post

Sweet, thanks for the link smile.gif
It even has my Governor(Al Franken) as a young man. I knew he did quite a bit on SNL but this is the first time I'd seen him on this bit.

Umm, no, Al Franken is the Seantor from Minnesota. He and comedy partner Tom Davis were Deadheads back in the day. Tom, I think, was the bigger Deadhead. I have some New Year's Eve concerts on real-to-reel tape that they MC'ed in the 80's. Your Governor is Mark Dayton.
post #8257 of 8894
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Originally Posted by gerhard911 View Post

Umm, no, Al Franken is the Seantor from Minnesota. He and comedy partner Tom Davis were Deadheads back in the day. Tom, I think, was the bigger Deadhead. I have some New Year's Eve concerts on real-to-reel tape that they MC'ed in the 80's. Your Governor is Mark Dayton.
Yes of course you are right, Senator Al Franken redface.gif and AFA SNL I think he was a writer not a actor, although I could be wrong about that too.......I've got the first six seasons of SNL on DVD, probably close to 40 DVDs but truthfully haven't had the time to watch a one of them frown.gif
I had no idea Franken was a Deadhead, AFAIK that one never came up during his political campaign, the SNL bit did though.
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You are correct, Al was primarily a writer for SNL but he did have some cameo on camera appearances. I especially remember a bit where he proclaimed the 80's The Al Franken Decade.
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival 2013


April 12, 13 at Madison Square Garden



OVER 30 OF THE WORLD’S GREATEST GUITARISTS PLAY SIDEMEN TO EACH OTHER OVER TWO NIGHTS AT THE WORLD’S MOST FAMOUS ARENA, MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, APRIL 12-13!


CURRENT CROSSROADS FESTIVAL ARTIST LISTING

(Note: Two Different Nights of Music. Not All Artists Will Perform Both Nights)



Albert Lee
Allan Holdsworth
Allman Brothers Band
Andy Fairweather Low
BB King
Blake Mills
Booker T
Brad Paisley
Buddy Guy
Citizen Cope
Dave Biller
Doyle Bramhall II
Earl Klugh
Eric Clapton
Gary Clark Jr.
Jeff Beck
Jimmy Vaughan
John Mayer
John Scofield
Jonny Lang
Keb Mo
Keith Urban
Kurt Rosenwinkle
Los Lobos
Robbie Robertson
Robert Cray
Robert Randolph
Sonny Landreth
Taj Mahal
Vince Gill



http://www.thegarden.com/events/2013/april/2013-crossroads-guitar-festival.html

Should be a good DVD..........
So Crossroads 2013 has been confirmed eh

I was really hoping Joe Bonamassa got more than a single track (or a track with his own band) considering Clapton sang him praises by appearing on his Royal Albert Hall DVD, but I don't see him on the list

Still, should be a good show cool.gif
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The hope the Allman Brothers Band get's a lot of coverage on the DVD - You know it's gonna be good......
post #8261 of 8894
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

The hope the Allman Brothers Band get's a lot of coverage on the DVD - You know it's gonna be good......
They're well past their prime now.
Half the band is dead or gone.
post #8262 of 8894
I have all the other Crossroads releases, looks just like more of the same, it would be nice to have at least a half turnover in performers.

The Allman Brothers Band was supposed to be on the last release but something came up, Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes were on the last release anyways.
post #8263 of 8894
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

They're well past their prime now.
Half the band is dead or gone.

That's what makes em so cool, like Skynyrd..... smile.gif
post #8264 of 8894
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Originally Posted by Artslinger View Post

I have all the other Crossroads releases, looks just like more of the same, it would be nice to have at least a half turnover in performers.

The Allman Brothers Band was supposed to be on the last release but something came up, Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes were on the last release anyways.
I think it's a case of most of the guys there are Eric's friends who are performing out of loyalty to raise money for the Crossroads Centre, hence why the same guys make an appearance each year

I'm sure Eric has connections though that he coukd swap around a few of the performers however
post #8265 of 8894
Crossroads 2013

Did you know Taj Mahal has been doing gigs for 45 years? smile.gif

post #8266 of 8894
I saw Taj Majal, live, at the Newport '69 Festival in Northridge, CA.....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newport_Pop_Festival
post #8267 of 8894
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

The hope the Allman Brothers Band get's a lot of coverage on the DVD - You know it's gonna be good......

+1

Would be great to watch TABB playing STATESBORO BLUES together with TAJ MAHAL., W O W cool.gif
post #8268 of 8894
I want to get a Foreigner Concert DVD and was looking at one on Amazon titled Foreigner: Live (2008).

For format it says AC-3, NTSC, Dolby.

What is AC-3 and will this play on my Denon 3930?

Thanks,
post #8269 of 8894
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Originally Posted by ROSSO Z View Post

I want to get a Foreigner Concert DVD and was looking at one on Amazon titled Foreigner: Live (2008).

For format it says AC-3, NTSC, Dolby.

What is AC-3 and will this play on my Denon 3930?

Thanks,

Yes it will, ac3 is an old term for dolby digital.
post #8270 of 8894
Still my favorite concert video.

post #8271 of 8894
A year just feels....well, off a bit if it passes without an Iron Maiden live release wink.gif For 2013, fans get sent back to 1988 with Maiden England '88

DVD reissue of Maiden England, the 1988 VHS release documenting the 7th Son tour - which was also the basis for the band's "historical" tour cycle in 2012. Looks to be a good remaster of the original live recording & will (as Maiden releases like this do) have a decent amount of bonus materials, incl the 3rd installment of the long running "History of Iron Maiden" doc.

Maiden England '88 hits the shelves March 25th


Edited by jwebb1970 - 2/12/13 at 10:53pm
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post #8273 of 8894
Bonnamassa and his noodling are insufferable, no matter how good the recording,
post #8274 of 8894
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Bonnamassa and his noodling are insufferable, no matter how good the recording,
Can you expand man. I like Joe, just interested in your opinion
post #8275 of 8894
-Acoustic- tongue.gif

Please turn on the amps....... smile.gif
post #8276 of 8894
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Originally Posted by himey View Post

Yes it will, ac3 is an old term for dolby digital.

Himey,

Thank you........ Love this site...
post #8277 of 8894
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Originally Posted by zombie1210 View Post

Bonnamassa and his noodling are insufferable, no matter how good the recording,

Peoples taste in music varies so widely that if everyone contributed their opinions on performers it would really compromise the quality of the thread.
post #8278 of 8894
ChEck tHIS oUt.....
post #8279 of 8894
Brother called from estate sale...........

This dude had tons of stuff.

DVD's $3 each......

So, here's what I picked up.

Procal Harum - Danish National Concert
Alice Cooper - Montreux
Peter Paul & Mary 25th
Cat Stevens - Majikat
Procol Harum - Union Chapel
Stevie Nicks - Chicago
Hendrix - Fillmore East
Live Aid
Jefferson Airplane - Fly
Michael Schenker - 2004
Johnny Winter - Peices & Bits
Peter Frampton Detroit
Toronto Rocks......
post #8280 of 8894
Procol Harum dvds are legendary
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