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post #8701 of 8897
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Originally Posted by kevin j View Post

I watched some of the Clockwork Angels Blu ray a few days ago and there seemed to be plenty of bottom end on my system.

It's not my system, trust me. I played the latest crossroads right afterword, night and day.
post #8702 of 8897
Watching new Crossroads now....sounds great.........overall loud mix........MV several dB lower than I normally watch DTS HD-MA tracks.........well balanced too. wink.gif
post #8703 of 8897
I'm watching the 2nd half of the Clockwork Angels disc(Tom Sawyer) and the bass is most definitely there.
post #8704 of 8897
Rush does the same thing over and over and over and people love them?

Help me with this......
post #8705 of 8897
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Rush does the same thing over and over and over and people love them?

Help me with this......

Please explain what you mean by they've done the same thing over and over again. Do you mean release concert videos? A lot of people love bands or artists that I don't care for it all, but what do I care?
post #8706 of 8897
The Who: Live at Kilburn is on Palladia at 8pm Cst tonight. It's an awesome concert and the sound will be the updated version. Check it out.
post #8707 of 8897
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Originally Posted by g_bartman View Post

A lot of people love bands or artists that I don't care for it all, but what do I care?

Get used to it. If you participate in this thread you are required to comply with V-M's likes and dislikes. If you happen to enjoy something that he doesn't you will quickly find out how poor your tastes are and how much better his are. End of story. He does it time and time again which is unfortunate because it limits what a lot people post in this thread because they are tired of his arrogance and endless attacks on material that doesn't meet his standards.
post #8708 of 8897
Oh, he's one of those guys. May be vision master needs to get his hearing checked.
post #8709 of 8897
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Originally Posted by g_bartman View Post

Oh, he's one of those guys. May be vision master needs to get his hearing checked.

Popa Chubby.......

Alpha Blondie.....

Slightly Stupid.......

Natiruts........

Trigger Finger.....

Coachella.........

Miike Snow.........

Dreadzone........

Rival Sons..........

Widespread Panic........

Galactic......


RUSH! (tell us something new) cool.gif

Who's Next! tongue.gif
post #8710 of 8897
Does anyone know of a concert DVD of The Tubes?
post #8711 of 8897
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

Does anyone know of a concert DVD of The Tubes?

There is apparently a DVD out there called "The Tubes Live in Germany" on PAL and this one:

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/the-tubes-wild-west-show-dvd/19873295.p?id=2375090&skuId=19873295

http://www.amazon.com/Wild-West-Show-The-Tubes/dp/B000W01H9Q/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1386032527&sr=8-5&keywords=wild+west+show
post #8712 of 8897
Never heard of them.
post #8713 of 8897
The Tubes were an awesome band. Fee Waybill, Google it.
post #8714 of 8897
Aerosmith - Rock for the rising sun. Just caught it on Palladia, Awesome show.
post #8715 of 8897
Thanx for the info.smile.gif

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Originally Posted by MediaFan63 View Post

The Tubes were an awesome band.
+1
post #8716 of 8897
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Originally Posted by MediaFan63 View Post

Aerosmith - Rock for the rising sun. Just caught it on Palladia, Awesome show.

Just ignore the dialog between the incomplete songs and how 'Train Kept A Rollin' is cut short - nice.... Aerosmith, 'you gotta move' away from this nonsense.
post #8717 of 8897
Impressed with REO Speedwagon - Live At Moondance Jam

Excellent A/V quality, no DTS-Master which disappointed me some.

Great performance.

Under $20 for the Bluray.

Interview lame, like way to short.
post #8718 of 8897
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Impressed with REO Speedwagon - Live At Moondance Jam

Excellent A/V quality, no DTS-Master which disappointed me some.

Great performance.

Under $20 for the Bluray.

Interview lame, like way to short.

Thanks Hank! You gave yourself away on that one.wink.gif
post #8719 of 8897
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Originally Posted by Stevetd View Post

Thanks Hank! You gave yourself away on that one.wink.gif

Actually, I talked to the concert owner a couple day's before his death. I was interested in a VIP pass, but was to cheap and passed.

Anyhoo, was staying in a log cabin 20 miles away from Moondance. Been going to the area since 1962. smile.gif


Moondance is like in my backyard. I know all the little dirt roads to that place, maybe I'll take the brothers Ranger up there this summer.
post #8720 of 8897
Looking for a place to purchase The Alarm - Spirit of 86 DVD. Been looking for ages. Thought I would try here and see if anyone could direct me. If someone here owns a copy I am going to be really impressed

post #8721 of 8897
I edit all my shows anyway. So if I don't like the way a band plays a song it gets deleted. Btw, I thought the same thing about the Aerosmith show. I now have a better cut.
post #8722 of 8897
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Originally Posted by MediaFan63 View Post

I edit all my shows anyway. So if I don't like the way a band plays a song it gets deleted. Btw, I thought the same thing about the Aerosmith show. I now have a better cut.

What software do you use to edit your blu-rays?
post #8723 of 8897
re: The Tubes

The Tubes at one time put on the best stage performance you'd see. From a stage performance stand point for a rock bank, it would be tough to beat them in their day - mid '70s. Fox Theater, Atlanta, March 25, 1978, awesome show! The "What do you want from live?" CD was basically the same show (November 1977 concert). (Dixie Dregs opening for Santana the previous night was pretty good, too....)

The Tubes still tour, just not quite the same as the original. Supposedly their final tour is coming next year - very small venues. I have a friend who goes the the shows locally when they are around, so I get updates whenever I see him a few times a year.

I don't think a 2004 Tubes concert would do themselves justice or buy new fans. I ran across the DVD a while back and passed.

larry
post #8724 of 8897
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Originally Posted by PooperScooper View Post

re: The Tubes

The Tubes at one time put on the best stage performance you'd see. From a stage performance stand point for a rock bank, it would be tough to beat them in their day - mid '70s.
+100000000

I have seen them at least twice.
Once at the Whiskey A Go-Go in Hollywood (around the same time you did).
The venue is actually incredibly small, which made show even better.

The 2nd time was in Oregon in 1983.
In fact, it was the first date my wife and I went on.
As it's our 30th anniversary, you can understand why I am keen to find a good video.wink.gif

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The Tubes still tour, just not quite the same as the original. Supposedly their final tour is coming next year - very small venues.
I'll keep an eye out for them here.smile.gif
post #8725 of 8897
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Originally Posted by Artslinger View Post

What software do you use to edit your blu-rays?

+1 interested here smile.gif TIA!
post #8726 of 8897
Answer to post #8722

I use ram discs, no computer involved. It's a real time process.
post #8727 of 8897
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Originally Posted by MediaFan63 View Post

Answer to post #8722

I use ram discs, no computer involved. It's a real time process.

You still need to edit the content to remove the unwanted content right?
post #8728 of 8897
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Originally Posted by Diamond Dog View Post

Looking for a place to purchase The Alarm - Spirit of 86 DVD. Been looking for ages. Thought I would try here and see if anyone could direct me. If someone here owns a copy I am going to be really impressed


Sorry, don't have a copy, but I did see them live in 1984 in Williamsburg, VA. They opened for The Pretenders and happened to be on the same bill with Stevie Ray Vaughn due to the odd coincidence that SRV's tour was going up the East Coast and The Pretenders were going down it and happened to be at the same place at the same time. It was great to see 3 acts in one show. I was there to see SRV, but at the time there was no doubt that The Pretenders were the big draw.

Anyway, all I remember is their signature hit, "Going Out In a Blaze of Glory" seemingly lasting half an hour, and the big punkish hairdos.
post #8729 of 8897
Answer to post #8727. Yes you do, Ram discs only cut off the front and back so you have to stop recording when you see or hear something you don't like them immediately start recording again. When that's done it's start copy on a new disc, set timer, copy, check copy. If the copy is ok then erase the Ram disc. Ram discs only get so many good copies so they break up and freeze after a while. Them I just use a new one. It's the Cassette deck of editing but it works. When I buy a HTPC I'll use some other way. What is a good way to do it?
post #8730 of 8897
That sounds way more painful then simply watching/listening to the song I don't like wink.gif
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