In no particular order and depending on the mood: U2 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Live in Paris / Robert Plan & The Band of Joy / Talking Heads Stop Making Sense. Fwiw, I sure would like to see a Blue Ray copy of Sarah McLachlan "Afterglow" because the DVD is outstanding.
Like the title of the thread states… if you could only buy ONE reference Blu Ray Concert DVD to show off your set-up, what would it be?
Pink Floyd PULSE. This the singular most amazing concert. Beautifully conceived, exquisitely compiled (the concert and the DVD), expertly performed and fantastically edited. The concert builds slowly to a glorious climax. The lighting is just unbelievable.
Talk about the potential for getting flamed... a MUST see is the Kylie Minogue Aphrodite Les Follies Live in London in 3D. Kylie is the renowned World Pop Princess and has been continuously for many years. She is Australian and at 51 is still performing, albeit rarely now and mostly in the UK. I am not a big fan of her music (I think her voice is too thin) but a big fan of her. She is a natural in front of the camera and has been since she first appeared in Neighbours, an Australian teenage TV soap (she played a car mechanic). She is one those rare pop artists, like Olivia Newton John, who has no ego. Her shows put the likes of Katy Perry's to shame.
The sets used for this concert is incredible. There is even live water. The work that went into the production is massive. This is a spectacular spectacle. The sound is good too.
5.0 out of 5 stars1080p/1: 78 Widescreen 192/24 DTS HD Master Audio 5 ...
By Amazon Customer on June 25, 2016
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
192/24 DTS HD Master Audio 5.1
192/24 PCM 2.0
No Bonus Features
Image quality, sourced from a 2k transfer of the original 16mm negatives provides a night and day difference over the DVD release from 2002. Yes, there is some grain but the new transfer provides greater depth and noticeable features, this is the definitive release of RNS!
Audio, being studio master quality 192/24, kicks arse!
I have it but got bored before the end. Maybe not as big a fan of Neil as I thought.
I have the 3D version. Not a metal fan but my son put me onto it and I love it.. I'm 75 btw.
Listened to this again this evening. Sounded great, though I thought the vocals were a little low (played it back in DTS:X Neutral). I noticed in the credits that it played in selected Dolby ATMOS Theaters. I then saw that the European version of the Blu-Ray is in Dolby TrueHD, instead of DTS HD-MA. Wondering if the TrueHD mix sounds different.
Vizio P65-C1 (2016)
Onkyo Tx-NR656 (5.1.2 setup)
JBL Studio S-Center, JBL Studio S26ii (FL/FR), JBL N24 (LS/RS), JBL N24 (Overhead Atmos), JBL Studio SUB250
Nvidia Shield TV 2019 Pro / Fire Stick 4K
One benefit of having to work out at home with gym’s closed – been
rediscovering my blu-ray Live concert collection –
Got like 100+ of these and forgot how stunning most of these 5.1 tracks sound –
Live concert everyday