I guess you could do Gentle Giant: The Power and the Glory as you would get great music, incredible 5.1 mix and video to boot.
Agreed. I'm 29, and love classic rock. I enjoy all the high quality ones too. Will have to give LCD Soundsystem a shot. Saw James Murphy once at Gathering of The Vibes.Careful, I might be getting to resemble that remark!
Good suggestions for the young, and old...good music, is good music, no matter the era!
I saw that you mentioned the "Hip" so had to check and, of course, see that you're Canadian! Although I've been living in Panama for 25 years, I'm Canadian too...love the Tragically Hip!Good music is good music! hear hear!
James Murphy is a massive audio and music perfectionist. He is awesome. My father in law is a big Rush\Hip\Dire Straits\Springsteen fan. He loves LCD too. A must buy if you like the band, post punk, alt dance or indie music in general. Very fun special guest appearances.... including spaceships.
A quick look at Amazon reveals that only Alchemy appears to have made it to BluRay. There's something a bit special about this one though, and that's the bonus material in the form of 2 episodes of the BBCs Old Grey Whistle Test, one from 1978 and the other from 1980. This BBC show was famous for showcasing some of the best performers in rock history. Just about everybody who was anybody appeared on the show. The BluRay is worth having for the extras alone. (I'm about to order my copy).bit off topic, but anyone got a really good dire straits blu-ray. i have brothers in arms SACD, which i love, but would like to find a really good quality concert too/
The one I was talking about was their farewell concert from Melbourne. I don't believe Hell Freezes Over ever got the blu ray treatmentWhich Eagles concert? i have hell freezes over on DVD and love that version of hotel california. is there blu-ray with that version?
The Eagles Melbourne concert did make it to blu ray almost 3 years ago, I have a copy and it's greatThe Melbourne concert made HD-DVD, but not Blu-ray. That's about the only reason I still have my HD-DVD player still around. Alchemy audio is good, not great. The video is old SD, but fun nonetheless.
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