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any blu-ray concert dvd's

post #1 of 578
Thread Starter 
I know there is an alice cooper dvd on blu-ray any other good ones out there now?
post #2 of 578
There are plenty:

Legend of Jazz
John Legend
Destiny's Child
NIN
Incubus

are some that come to mind.
post #3 of 578
Black Crows
post #4 of 578
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Originally Posted by eightninesuited View Post

There are plenty:

Legend of Jazz
John Legend
Destiny's Child
NIN
Incubus

are some that come to mind.

NIN is amazing... and I dont even like them!
post #5 of 578
Also,
Elvis Costello
Tony Bennet
Toto

Except for Destiny's Child (which I can't find anywhere), I have them all so far.
post #6 of 578
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Originally Posted by Neo1965 View Post

Also,
Elvis Costello
Tony Bennet
Toto

Except for Destiny's Child (which I can't find anywhere), I have them all so far.

CDUniverse has it.
post #7 of 578
Yea i wanna see "The Song Remains the Same" on HD/bluray either one.

or some beatles stuff in bluray or hd..

only in time i guess.
post #8 of 578
The Last Waltz is $15 at buy.com right now.
post #9 of 578
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

In case some of the younger guys and gals just glossed over that title name and thought some dance number. or weren't alive and kickin in '76, here's a quick primer -

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Last_Waltz

P/Q isn't the best - given the source.
You can see Marty S.(the de-rect-toire) in his formative years.

The audio brings tears to eyes of some folks that appreciate the performers.
Like moi.
This was the first Blu-ray disc I bought.

P.S.
A few clips from the concert to whet your appetites.
These video clips should be played LOUD !

You know this guy, I think !
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrGOtu3cjp4

Van the Man !
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4h8j3myOufA

And in honor of our seasoned forum members like Art and Olie W. Holmes ..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Il-WqilLCPM
post #10 of 578
If you like jazz, Pat Metheny Group - The Way Up Concert. Superb audio and video.
post #11 of 578
Penton -

You got that right. The rendition of Helpless does bring a tear to the eye. One of the best songs I've ever heard from Neil. Unbelieveable.
post #12 of 578
I came here just to mention The Last Waltz. And I was born in 1977!

I rented this the other week, and I'll definitely be buying this one, cause it's a keeper!
post #13 of 578
I've got Incubus - Alive at red rocks on regular DVD and it's great, I can imagine the Blu-Ray is really good. Also as shamus1099 said the NIN disc is awesome.
post #14 of 578
Thread Starter 
thanks but not much of a list so far, hopefully some more will come out, led zeppelin song remains the same should be good
post #15 of 578
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Originally Posted by shamus1099 View Post

NIN is amazing... and I dont even like them!

Interesting... I guess I'll have to check it out now. I'm not really into rock but I imagine loud music sounds great lossless.
post #16 of 578
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Originally Posted by Rob423 View Post

Yea i wanna see "The Song Remains the Same" on HD/bluray either one.

or some beatles stuff in bluray or hd..

only in time i guess.

Since we're starting to see requests here across all music genres concerning future releases, might I add --

for blues fans.. something by Stevie Ray Vaughan(guitarist extraordinaire) on Blu-ray would be nice.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stevie_Ray_Vaughan

http://www.sonymusic.com/artists/Ste...indexmain.html
post #17 of 578
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Originally Posted by cws_kahuna View Post

I've got Incubus - Alive at red rocks on regular DVD and it's great, I can imagine the Blu-Ray is really good. Also as shamus1099 said the NIN disc is awesome.

I may get that just because the Red Rocks venue looks awesome and see if I like the sound of Incubus.

I think the last time I purchased a concert disc from that location was WAY long ago for my wife as she implored me to get the Moody Blues with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra recorded live at the Red Rocks in '92 ?
post #18 of 578
U2's Rattle and Hum was the first one out I think. The PQ is predictably grainy but the sound is phenomenal.
post #19 of 578
Oh man some of the stevie ray vaughan stuff on bluray or HDdvd would be great..

maybe the beatles anthology discs on bluray or hd
post #20 of 578
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Originally Posted by Rob423 View Post

Oh man some of the stevie ray vaughan stuff on bluray or HDdvd would be great..

maybe the beatles anthology discs on bluray or hd

His appearances on Austin City Limits were shot on Standard Def, so I doubt you'll be seeing those.
post #21 of 578
For those of you looking for a little 70s and 80s throwback, 25th Anniversary: Live in Amsterdam from Toto, is a great Blu-ray disc...

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw...s=toto+blu-ray
post #22 of 578
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Originally Posted by drsiebling View Post

For those of you looking for a little 70s and 80s throwback, 25th Anniversary: Live in Amsterdam from Toto, is a great Blu-ray disc...

http://www.amazon.com/s******nb_ss_g...s=toto+blu-ray

Agreed! This is a fantastic performance. I'm somewhat biased, but having seen Toto in concert and having the good fortune of getting to know the guys in the band pretty well, they just keep getting better and better. Their last CD, which was released last year and titled 'Falling In Between', is in my opinion their best work since Toto IV. Anyway, regarding the Live In Amsterdan DVD/Blu-Ray, I would recommend it to anyone who even remotely enjoys Toto. Great stuff!

Rick
post #23 of 578
Someone should start a thread and list all concert BD's with video and most important AUDIO info.
post #24 of 578
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Originally Posted by bertoy View Post

If you like jazz, Pat Metheny Group - The Way Up Concert. Superb audio and video.


Thanks for the info. Orded from Amazon.UK. should have it by Monday.

Have most of the above concerts. The Legend Of Jazz and John Legend concerts have great PQ and AQ.
post #25 of 578
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Originally Posted by eightninesuited View Post

There are plenty:

Legend of Jazz
John Legend
Destiny's Child
NIN
Incubus

are some that come to mind.

Any really good ones?

Eagles, Springsteen, Elton John or Billy Joel?
post #26 of 578
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Originally Posted by blackssr View Post

Any really good ones?

Eagles, Springsteen, Elton John or Billy Joel?

Subjective, but I agree.
post #27 of 578
I hope they release Madonna's Confessions Tour on Blu Raay. That would look awesome!
post #28 of 578
I agree with the Toto performance as top notch.

My favorites are :
- While my guitar gently weeps
- Africa
- Rosanna

Last time when I changed my speakers and recalibrated their settings on the AVR, I would continuously use this disk as a sanity check.

Once in a while, I will still play the entire concert in front of friends.

I am still waiting for Fleetwood Mac.
post #29 of 578
they covered the beatles while my guitar gently weeps? how'd they do?
post #30 of 578
If some of you guys are unaware,
Here's a heads-up for this horn player.

Chris Botti..

If you've never heard his sound, he opened the Vic's Secret Holiday Show the year before last (which also featured Seal), so give this a listenHeck, if you don't like his sound at least you can enjoy the visuals on this clip.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoshsvDcAOo

Amazon, and I guess all your favorite online sellers are taking pre-orders.
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