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post #8521 of 8898
Rolling Stones- live at Glastonbury 2013 (1080p | Length 1:06:17)

Guest Bass Player - Mick Taylor

New set-list.

They are better than ever.

This one IS bluray quality, I had lot's of trouble downloading this one and could not play it over a wireless connection. Yes 1080p my friends - enjoy!

Edited by vision-master - 7/11/13 at 10:09am
post #8522 of 8898
Check out Peter Gabriel "Secret World Live". It is an older concert, but it is really good.
post #8523 of 8898
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Rolling Stones- live at Glastonbury 2013 (1080p | Length 1:06:17)

Guest Bass Player - Mick Taylor

New set-list.

They are better than ever.

This one IS bluray quality, I had lot's of trouble downloading this one and could not play it over a wireless connection. Yes 1080p my friends - enjoy!

Blu-Ray quality?  No.  But pretty darn good.  If the audio was better it would be a keeper for me.

post #8524 of 8898
Did you stream it in 1080p or download it?

What did you think of the performance?
Edited by vision-master - 7/12/13 at 6:10am
post #8525 of 8898
Glastonbury: The Movie In Flashback (4-disk DVD + Digital Copy) [2013] [Region Free]

This title will be released on July 15, 2013 - Amazon UK.......



Product Description

Glastonbury The Movie: In Flashback - DVD. This is a luxury 4 Disc Box-Set + Digital Copy (Download the film online to play on your computer or portable media player) Over 12 Hours Of Video And 24 Hours Of Audio: Featuring the Orb, Lemonheads, Spiritualized and more! Beautifully shot in epic CinemaScope this new film, created from over 100 hours of previously unseen material, spins back the years and drops you head first into the best of Glastonbury. If you were there you're in it and if not you'll wish you had been as you are immersed in a no-holds-barred trip through music, magic and midsummer madness: the ultimate festival flick. Features the Orb, Spiritualized, The Verve, Lemonheads, Porno for Pyros and more. Glastonbury The Movie In Flashback is a must-see for all festival fans. Featuring: many more Glastonbury films, extra performances, multi-angle, entire gigs, booklet, poster. Technical data: Director: Robin Mahoney, Studio: Mensch Films, Number of discs: 4, Feature Running Time: 90 minutes, DVD Extras: 12 Hours of video + 24 hours of audio, Certificate: 15, DVD Format: PAL, Region: 0, Aspect Ratio: 1.235:1 CinemaScope, Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS, Dolby Stereo. Plus: Large double sided poster 8-page booklet Art packaging designed by Airside.


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Glastonbury-Flashback-4-disk-Digital-Region/dp/B008BGZAPU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1373635906&sr=8-1&keywords=Glastonbury+The+Movie
post #8526 of 8898
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Originally Posted by jgiddyup View Post

Searched the thread, but no joy.


I can't believe no one has mentioned "Urgh! a Music War".


Mediocre audio quality, mediocre to awful video quality and some of the best 80's music ever.


Get it while you can
LL

I missed this disc being released. I had recorded it on a Tivo years ago and then the disk in the Tivo died. I gave up looking after a while. An Oingo Boingo clip posted in another thread reminded me of the concert and I decided to look for the convert on disc. It came out in 2009.

larry
post #8527 of 8898
Ok, just pre-ordered-> Glastonbury: The Movie In Flashback (4 disk set) from Amazon UK, cost about $21 shipped.
post #8528 of 8898
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Did you stream it in 1080p or download it?

What did you think of the performance?

Downloaded it.  Haven't watched it all, just a few minutes but was good enough for me to watch the rest at some point.

post #8529 of 8898
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Originally Posted by primetimeguy View Post

Downloaded it.  Haven't watched it all, just a few minutes but was good enough for me to watch the rest at some point.

lol - it's the Stones, those guy's are still rockin' after 50 years - amazing, MJ still moves like a fit 50 year old.
post #8530 of 8898
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Did you stream it in 1080p or download it?

What did you think of the performance?

I've been to 3 live shows and have several of the concert DVDs and have to say this is a really good set - especially the 12 minute 'Midnight Rambler' jam with Mick Taylor. Great, great stuff.
post #8531 of 8898
2000 Light Years From Home is pretty kool too.
post #8532 of 8898
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Show me a good concert DVD of Kiss?

This pile of crap?


that's a documentary

but you're right. there are NO excellent KISS live concert videos, in terms of audio and video production

on the kissology release, there is MTV unplugged, which is great, but it's 4:3 and only a dolby 2.0 / 5.1 track

Rock The Nation from 2004 was shot in HD. the picture is ok, but the audio mix is not up to par...

Cobo Hall 2009 was shot for release, as was Zurich 2013 I would imagine. (Rock am Ring 2010 also). Bring 'em on
post #8533 of 8898
Any Sublime fans should check out "Three Ring Circus, Live at the Palace" which documents a live show in 1995.



It's 4:3, DD and DTS 5.1. The video quality is passable, sound is acceptable, the performance is OK but it's awesome because it is Sublime in concert. The shots of the crowd bring back memories.

Lou dog is in the house.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uH2jzLNaMQs
post #8534 of 8898
Invitation to Illumination: Live at Montreux 2011 - release date Aug 20th......

On July 1st, 2011, Montreux hosted the reunion of two master guitarists, Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin, with their Invitation To Illumination concert. Both musicians have been regulars at Montreux across the years but this was the first time they headlined their own concert together. The show features most of the tracks from their classic 1973 album Love Devotion Surrender mixed in with a wealth of other material. The evening was a showcase of supreme musical virtuosity and spirituality and typified the approach of these two great artists. It is certainly a performance not to be missed.

Line-Up:
Carlos Santana (Lead Guitar & Vocals); John McLaughlin (Lead Guitar & Vocals); Cindy Blackman Santana (Drums); Dennis Chambers (Drums); David K. Mathews (Keyboards); Tommy Anthony (Guitar & Vocals); Raul Rekow (Congas, Percussion & Vocals); Etienne M'Bappé (Bass); Benny Rietveld (Bass); Tony Lindsay (Vocals); Andy Vargas (Vocals)

Track Listing:
1) Echoes Of Angels / Introduction 2) The Life Divine 3) Duende 4) Peace On Earth / Dear Lord 5) A Hard Rain Is Gonna Fall 6) Stairway To Heaven 7) Lord's Prayer 8) Free America / The 8th Of January 9) La Marseillaise 10) Right Off 11) Guitar Interlude 12) Right Off 13) Vuelta Abajo 14) Vashkar 15) The Creator Has A Master Plan 16) Guitar Interlude 17) Naima 18) Lotus Land Op.47 No.1 19) Downstairs Blues 20) Venus / Upper Egypt 21) Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord 22) Black Satin 23) Smooth Criminal 24) Land Of 1000 Dances 25) Cindy Blackman Santana Drum Solo 26) A Love Supreme 27) Montreux Boogie (inc. La Grange) 28) A Love Supreme 29) Shake It Up And Go

post #8535 of 8898
Fleetwood Mac - Rosebud concert film
post #8536 of 8898
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Originally Posted by primetimeguy View Post

Blu-Ray quality?  No.  But pretty darn good.  If the audio was better it would be a keeper for me.
The raw PRO feed is floating around if you know where to look wink.gif
post #8537 of 8898
Rival Sons - Crossroads Festival 2013

DVD quality - 1:27 hr long

Rival Sons

01. You Want To
02. Get What's Coming
03. Wild Animal
04. Gypsy Heart
05. Torture
06. Memphis Sun
07. All the Way
08. Until the Sun Comes
09. Jordan
10. Manifest Destiny Pt. 1
11. Keep On Swinging
12. Pressure and Time
13. Sacred Tongue
14. Face of Light
15. Burn Down Los Angeles
16. Sou

Jay Buchanan
Robin Everhart
Scott Holiday
Mike Miley
post #8538 of 8898
Femi Kuti & Positive Force | 2013 Summer Stage Concert Series.

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post #8539 of 8898
Just bought Joe Satriani "Satchurated" Great Blu Ray, with Dolby True HD 7.1.
post #8540 of 8898
Slash - Made In Stoke - Must Have......



Made in Stoke 24/7/11 is the second live album by British-American hard rock guitarist Slash. Featuring American vocalist Myles Kennedy, the album was recorded on Slash's debut solo tour in Stoke-on-Trent, Slash's birthplace. It was captured at the 1500 capacity[1] Victoria Hall on 24 July 2011 and released by Armoury Records, a division of Eagle Rock Entertainment, on 14 November 2011 as a live album and DVD. As well as songs from Slash's self-titled debut album, Made in Stoke also includes songs originally performed by the guitarist's previous bands Guns N' Roses, Slash's Snakepit and Velvet Revolver.

Slash – lead guitar, backing vocals, talkbox, slide guitar
Myles Kennedy – lead vocals, rhythm guitar on "Nothing to Say" and "Watch This"
Bobby Schneck – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Todd Kerns – bass, backing vocals, lead vocals on "Doctor Alibi"
Brent Fitz – drums
post #8541 of 8898
Jethro Tull: Live at Montreux 2003 - In case you missed this one, excellent performance, full concert.



TRACK LISTING

1) Some Day The Sun Won't Shine For You
2) Life Is A Long Song
3) Bourée (Version de Noël)
4) With You There To Help Me
5) Pavane
6) Empty Café
7) Hunting Girl
8) Eurology
9) Dot Com
10) God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
11) Fat Man
12) Living In The Past
13) Nothing Is Easy
14) Beside Myself
15) My God
16) Budapest
17) New Jig
18) Aqualung
19) Locomotive Breath
post #8542 of 8898
Deep Purple - Live Wacken 2013 720p
post #8543 of 8898
Deep Purple Live Wacken'll be released on Blu ray[in 3D] btw.
Edited by kevin j - 8/7/13 at 5:14pm
post #8544 of 8898
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Slash - Made In Stoke - Must Have......

Made in Stoke 24/7/11 is the second live album by British-American hard rock guitarist Slash. Featuring American vocalist Myles Kennedy, the album was recorded on Slash's debut solo tour in Stoke-on-Trent, Slash's birthplace. It was captured at the 1500 capacity[1] Victoria Hall on 24 July 2011 and released by Armoury Records, a division of Eagle Rock Entertainment, on 14 November 2011 as a live album and DVD. As well as songs from Slash's self-titled debut album, Made in Stoke also includes songs originally performed by the guitarist's previous bands Guns N' Roses, Slash's Snakepit and Velvet Revolver.

I have this, a very good concert disk, though Kennedy's vocals can become a little annoying on some songs.
post #8545 of 8898
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Originally Posted by kevin j View Post

Deep Purple Live Wacken'll be released on Blu ray btw.

Cool, good performance, hopefully it's a 2 hr concert. The youtube video is a little out of sync.

Here's another one worth looking at.
post #8546 of 8898
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Originally Posted by Artslinger View Post

I have this, a very good concert disk, though Kennedy's vocals can become a little annoying on some songs.

yeahbut - Slash has to be one of the best guitar players ever..........
post #8547 of 8898
Btw the Deep Purple show at Wacken's setlist has 19 songs on it[including encores] so i'd imagine the Blu ray'll be close to[if not over]2 hours.
post #8548 of 8898
Wondering if there are any decent DVDs of Deep Purple Mk II, this version is just not cutting it for me, Gillan can't hit the notes anymore, and the only "original" member is Ian Paice. I am a HUGE fan of Mk II.
Edited by StevePMo - 8/8/13 at 3:58am
post #8549 of 8898
Is the Rival Sons available on dvd or is it just a download? thanks!
post #8550 of 8898
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Originally Posted by smfins View Post

Is the Rival Sons available on dvd or is it just a download? thanks!

I don't post youtubes of existing DVD's - support the bands, buy the DVD!
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