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post #8791 of 8898
yes agree.... Eagles sound is amazing.. I just checked out a snippet of several songs, and the sound and video is amazing.

I must say though, since Bon Jovi is more my coming of age music, im a little partial to them:)

The Bon Jovi BR has a documentary as well.... pretty cool.
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Old news, can we move on? rolleyes.gif
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Old news, can we move on? rolleyes.gif
You can move on any time you want, bud.
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You can move on any time you want, bud.

Next will be a Pink Floyd title from 1985. tongue.gif
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Highest recommendation for Rolling Stones Sweet Summer Sun - Hyde Park Live 2013 .. the Stones are in great form all things considering, Mick Taylor appears although looks a little confused .. PQ and SQ is very good .. I watched it at 120" and these guys could guest on Walking Dead without makeup ..

Well worth adding to any collection if you like the Stones .. only beef I had was the editing work .. Jagger at 70 is an inspiration to us oldsters ..

http://www.amazon.com/Sweet-Summer-Sun-Hyde-Blu-ray/dp/B00FCFX6OK
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Richards is 70. They still put on one heck of a show.
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Richards is 70. They still put on one heck of a show.

I'd say Keith looks like death warmed over, but that would be unfair to most dead people. That's a lifetime of hard partyin' there. tongue.gif
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I'd say Keith looks like death warmed over, but that would be unfair to most dead people. That's a lifetime of hard partyin' there. tongue.gif

I hope he gives his body to science. Who knows what kind of strides could be made in toxin rejection with the secrets in his DNA. wink.gif
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Next will be a Pink Floyd title from 1985. tongue.gif

" It was over in in 1985 – and it’s still over.”

But, just for you..


Live Aid (4 Disc Set) (1985)




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I've got that Live Aid set and I love it!!!
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" It was over in in 1985 – and it’s still over.”

But, just for you..


Live Aid (4 Disc Set) (1985)





Shot on video tape, don't ya love the 80's.

Look and you will find 6 hours of the Christmas Jam (2012) in HD for free.
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Shot on video tape, don't ya love the 80's.

It was a TV special after all.....
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Richards is 70. They still put on one heck of a show.

Yes ...

I think what's most impressive about Jagger is he continues to move .. skipping, running, etc .. while still able to maintain his breath while singing ..
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I think what's most impressive about Jagger is he continues to move .. skipping, running, etc .. while still able to maintain his breath while singing ..
I don't know how the he!! he does it...the guy is a freak.cool.gif
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I don't know how the he!! he does it...the guy is a freak.cool.gif

1) Great genes
2) Best Medical Team
3) Fitness Freak
4) Personal Chef
5) Personal Trainer
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Mick is a runner, don't know if he does marathons?
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I don't know how the he!! he does it...the guy is a freak.cool.gif

I figured I might as well post a clip ..
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Pretty low key performance...maybe they're finally starting to show their age.
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Check out Joe Cocker's new DVD, he's getting up there too.

BTY: Great performance with one heck of a band behind him.

Highly recommend!
post #8810 of 8898
Natiruts - Acustico No Rio De Janeiro (166 minutes long).

Back in stock, get a copy while you can.

Nothing like this, In Spanish.....

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One of the biggest bands in the national music scene , Natiruts is headlining Reggae Pop the country . Being one of the pioneers of Brazilian roots reggae . Under strong influences from elements of Brazilian music in the melodies and harmonies , were responsible for popularizing the genre in Brazil . With 16 years of service; released 7 CDs and 1 DVD , with these three gold albums , numerous hits on the radio - Reggae Power Natiruts was the 4th most played song in 2007 . The DVD Natiruts Acoustic - Rio de Janeiro , recorded live at Mirante Dona Marta , is set in the natural beauty and stunning city of Rio de Janeiro and has 3 new songs and greatest hits in acoustic version . The first single from the project , the unprecedented " Supernova " , premiered on radio on August 1 , achieved prominence and being one of the few songs being played on radio stations from different segments , such as pop , folk and adult radio . It also features appearances by Luiz Melodia in " Black Pearl " , Sonia Savinell on " I smiled , I am King " and Flora Matos in pout- pourrit " Natiruts Reggae Power / Waiting for the Sun." Demonstrating the power band to reach diverse audiences . Its range extends beyond the borders of the country , the band has concerts in Portugal , Argentina , Spain , Panama, and Puerto Rico . This proves the strength of Natiruts .

DVD tracks :

1 . Inside the Music II
2 . Good Groove
3 . My Roots Reggae is
4 . Walked only
5 . Au Head
6 . Wind, Sun , Heart
7 . Reggae Root
8 . The Color
9 . Also Wanna Be Happy
10 . Supernova
11 . Black Pearl Part. Special : Luiz Melodia
12 . Tropical Glamour ( Rio at Day of Peace)
13 . I hope one day
14 . Have Cried Too
15 . Hidden
16 stones . You Charmed Me Too
17 . Carcará and Rose
18 . Lets Play Boy
19 . Freedom To Inside the Head
20 . Smiles , Part I King . Special : Sonia Savinell
21 . Natiruts Reggae Power / Expect the Sun Part. Special : Flora Matos
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Next will be a Pink Floyd title from 1985. tongue.gif
Probably linked from YouTube by you.
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Pink Floyd live at Pompeii is posted on youtube in stunning HD without the dialog by Roger Waters. smile.gif

Do yourself a favor and order Natiruts - Acustico No Rio De Janeiro, you won't be disappointed.
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The Allman Brothers are calling it quits after this year, hope they release a FULL concert in it's entirely!
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40th Anniversary Edition baby

I searched this thread and this is the first specifc reference I found to the Woodstock 40th anniversary edition movie. I just bought a BluRay with this title. It says The Director's Cut and has two discs. First one is special features. Second is the main feature and the case says it's video is 1080p high definition 16 x 9 Variable 1.85:1 and 2.4:1.

I've never watched the Woodstock movie before. I was expecting a wide screen image but most of the time it is a letterbox type of display, black bars on the sides and top and bottom. Occasionally it stretches out the full width of my HDTV screen, with smaller black bars top and bottom (I assume this is the 2.4:1 content) but that only seems to occur when they are showing side by side images.

Is this how its supposed to be? I was disappointed the image was "letterboxed".

As an aside, I liked playing the special feature where you can program the never before seen content. Its not high def, but its also not letterboxed, only has black bars on left and right.

Thanks
Bruce
post #8815 of 8898
It is shown in letterbox on Palladia too. Can't remember if it was shown that way yr's ago. I don't image it was put into theaters in letterbox when it came out, people would have went, wtf.
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I searched this thread and this is the first specifc reference I found to the Woodstock 40th anniversary edition movie. I just bought a BluRay with this title. It says The Director's Cut and has two discs. First one is special features. Second is the main feature and the case says it's video is 1080p high definition 16 x 9 Variable 1.85:1 and 2.4:1.

I've never watched the Woodstock movie before. I was expecting a wide screen image but most of the time it is a letterbox type of display, black bars on the sides and top and bottom. Occasionally it stretches out the full width of my HDTV screen, with smaller black bars top and bottom (I assume this is the 2.4:1 content) but that only seems to occur when they are showing side by side images.

Is this how its supposed to be? I was disappointed the image was "letterboxed".

As an aside, I liked playing the special feature where you can program the never before seen content. Its not high def, but its also not letterboxed, only has black bars on left and right.

Thanks
Bruce

This footage was shot back in 1969 with 16mm film, that's why. The full screen you see are when two 16mm clips are put side by side.
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It is shown in letterbox on Palladia too. Can't remember if it was shown that way yr's ago. I don't image it was put into theaters in letterbox when it came out, people would have went, wtf.

Yes, it was shown in what we call letterbox today, remember, this was a low budget film back in 69.
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This footage was shot back in 1969 with 16mm film, that's why. The full screen you see are when two 16mm clips are put side by side.

Interesting, I wasn't aware of that, thanks.

IMHO, labeling the video as 1080p high definition 16 x 9 Variable 1.85:1 and 2.4:1 on BluRay is misleading.

Bruce
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Interesting, I wasn't aware of that, thanks.

IMHO, labeling the video as 1080p high definition 16 x 9 Variable 1.85:1 and 2.4:1 on BluRay is misleading.

Bruce

Too bad you didn't see it on the big screen back in 69. smile.gif

Too bad you didn't get the double 'Woodstock album' on vinyl back in 69.

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I bet you missed Easy Rider too.

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Foghat Live in St. Pete



Ordered today.

Tone of voices too high pitched. Sounds like little girl.
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