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post #61 of 578
the new springsteen disc supposedly has FAB audio but the video oddly is a bit dark. Great, great concert by all accounts.
post #62 of 578
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Originally Posted by fatman72 View Post

just saw alice cooper concert dvd, video quality is a+

I've never been much of a AC fan, but thanks!
post #63 of 578
Anyone know much about The Black Crowes: Freak 'N' Roll... Into the Fog???

It's rated pretty low on the tier list, but how's the audio?
post #64 of 578
I own the Incubus one! Greatness!
post #65 of 578
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Originally Posted by Wet1 View Post

Anyone know much about The Black Crowes: Freak 'N' Roll... Into the Fog???

It's rated pretty low on the tier list, but how's the audio?

The audio was fine...not lossless, but very good. My main issue was the performance. I remember enjoying the Black Crowes years ago, even buying their two big albums. But the lead singer is so over the top now that I can't even understand the lyrics at all. I'm glad I just rented this one - I was close to buying it on impulse.

Is this the same lead singer from years back, or have they changed? I went back and played the cd's, and they don't sound alike.
post #66 of 578
Any word on Sony artist like James Taylor, Luis Miguel or Marc Anthony ?
post #67 of 578
With SACD & DVD-Audio (even DualDisc) going bye-bye, BluRay & HD-DVD are our only source of music in hi-res audio. I can't have enough concert vids and I hope they start pumping 'em out more & more.
post #68 of 578
Don't forget AC/DC Live at Donington, UK and David Gilmour: Remember That Night (Live from the Royal Albert Hall, UK)

blade
post #69 of 578
I remember the DTS version of the EAGLES HELL FREEZES OVER concert was a reference disc. I can just imagine how nice it would sound in HI RES audio if it would ever make it blu.
post #70 of 578
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Originally Posted by Yankees24 View Post

I remember the DTS version of the EAGLES HELL FREEZES OVER concert was a reference disc. I can just imagine how nice it would sound in HI RES audio if it would ever make it blu.

Not nearly as good sound-wise as the DVD-A version. Of course, now we can have have both the video and the 5.1 24/96 sound on Blu-ray.
post #71 of 578
Nine Inch Nails - Beside You In Time is AMAZING
post #72 of 578
Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds: Live at Radio City

Dolby TrueHD 24bit/96

One of the best AQ and PQ reference titles I've seen on Blu Ray!! It is a must own!!!
post #73 of 578
i have dido on dvd and it goes as one of the best live recordings ever .she did not miss a note . it was shot in HD . so i would think it would be one of the first to be released on BR but we all know how that goes . i will pick up NIN . i also agree eagles hfo would be great.
post #74 of 578
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Originally Posted by Yankees24 View Post

I remember the DTS version of the EAGLES HELL FREEZES OVER concert was a reference disc. I can just imagine how nice it would sound in HI RES audio if it would ever make it blu.

Sadly it was shot on (SD) video and not film so it will never be on BD/HD DVD.
post #75 of 578
AC/DC Live at Donnington

Originally filmed in 35MM remastered etc etc yadada PR speak.. exclusive(?) on Blu-Ray

Ohh in case you were in doubt AC/DC > what else there is out there :-)

Download the trailer from PSN
post #76 of 578
George Strait? Johnny Cash, Tim Mcgraw?
post #77 of 578
Would love to see The Talking Heads "Stop Making Sense" in BD....It's been my reference material through all the past technology changes.
post #78 of 578
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Originally Posted by steve morgan View Post

i have dido on dvd and it goes as one of the best live recordings ever .she did not miss a note . it was shot in HD . so i would think it would be one of the first to be released on BR but we all know how that goes . i will pick up NIN . i also agree eagles hfo would be great.

I noticed that the blu-ray demo disc running in my local BB includes a Dido clip. It looks terrific in HD and I would love to have this concert on BD.

Wasn't HFO shot on 1.33 aspect ratio? Could it be matted for 1.85/1.78? Great concert either way...
post #79 of 578
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Originally Posted by Yankees24 View Post

I remember the DTS version of the EAGLES HELL FREEZES OVER concert was a reference disc. I can just imagine how nice it would sound in HI RES audio if it would ever make it blu.

Shot in standard def video, HD not possible for that title, but I hear you on the audio. A demo of that DVD is what prompted me to get my first DTS-capable setup.
post #80 of 578
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Originally Posted by tintin1001 View Post

AC/DC Live at Donnington

Originally filmed in 35MM remastered etc etc yadada PR speak..

Actually, specs like that are not something I'd gloss over. It has a lot to do with the level of quality one can expect from the Blu-ray.
post #81 of 578
I'm wishing Woodstock '94 could be released. It was shot in HD, but it's all tied up in legal battles. What a shame... politics wins over music.
post #82 of 578
I eagerly await the Gilmour BR coming.
Would love to see Live at Pompeii come to BR.
any Zappa would be the bee's knees as well.
post #83 of 578
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Originally Posted by Penton-Man View Post

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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

one of my favorite groups, and certainly the best concert film produced to date. I have the SE DVD that was released some 7 years ago, and almost upgraded to BD with the 5 free deal. Is there a noticable PQ difference from DVD to BD?

Van's coked-out performance is a thing to behold
post #84 of 578
I got a Toto 25th b/r disc free and watched it the other night, wow was I surprised.
I would love to see:
ac/dc
Van Halen (in tour now!)
Police (saw in concert recently!)
Kenny Chesney (been to his shows and they are shot in hd for the screen!)
Journey (I see a reunion in the future!)
Eagles (I bet soon!)
More Toto!!! http://www.toto99.com/
post #85 of 578
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Originally Posted by todbnla View Post

I got a Toto 25th b/r disc free and watched it the other night, wow was I surprised.
I would love to see:
ac/dc
Van Halen (in tour now!)
Police (saw in concert recently!)
Kenny Chesney (been to his shows and they are shot in hd for the screen!)
Journey (I see a reunion in the future!)
Eagles (I bet soon!)
More Toto!!!

Could you tell me the audio formats on this Blu-ray (Toto)? Thanks
post #86 of 578
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Originally Posted by txfilmguy View Post

I'm wishing Woodstock '94 could be released. It was shot in HD, but it's all tied up in legal battles. What a shame... politics wins over music.

It was shot in HD?! When I began reading this thread, that was what immediately came to mind. There were some excellent performances that I'd love to have in HD. But damn. Legal battles? You got my hopes up with the beginning of your post and immediately squashed them...
post #87 of 578
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Originally Posted by himey View Post

Could you tell me the audio formats on this Blu-ray (Toto)? Thanks

Here ya go:
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Technical Specs
Blu-ray
BD-50 Dual-Layer Disc
Video Resolution/Codec
1080i/VC-1
Aspect Ratio(s)
1.78:1
Audio Formats
English PCM 2.0 Stereo (48kHz/24-bit/2.3mbps)
English DTS-HD High Resolution 5.1 Surround
English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (640kbps)
Subtitles/Captions
None
Supplements
Featurette
Exclusive HD Content
None
post #88 of 578
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Originally Posted by todbnla View Post

Here ya go:

Thanks for the Toto info...Looks like the same audio choices (DTS-HD) as the HD-DVD which I just recieved from Blockbuster Online. I can only decode DTS-HD on my Blu-ray player so if I like the performance then I will buy the BR version...

I am liking the Incubus-Live At Red Rocks Blu-ray. The audio is GREAT (PCM surround 24/48) and the performance is very good. If you like the band and you like testing the bass on your system get this disc!

I also am digging the Legends of Jazz : Showcase Blu-ray disc. The David Sanborn, Phil Woods performance along with Dave Brubeck, Billy Taylor are a couple of my favs...
Eric
post #89 of 578
Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same - HD DVD or Blu-Ray? Need recommendation on which version to buy, for best audio?

Or maybe I should just fire up the Vinyl/Tube Amp 2-channel set-up...
post #90 of 578
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Originally Posted by MikeAnderson View Post

Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same - HD DVD or Blu-Ray? Need recommendation on which version to buy, for best audio?

Or maybe I should just fire up the Vinyl/Tube Amp 2-channel set-up...

Not available on either format yet. I believe BD will be released in two week.
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