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Old 02-24-05, 12:23 PM
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Concerts & Music Videos On DVD...

So what are your "favorite" concerts already out on dvd?

What concert movie would you like to see released soon?

List your music dvds here and I'll try to make some kind of 'master' list...

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Old 02-24-05, 12:24 PM
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20th Century Masters – DVD Sampler
Aguilera, Christina – Genie Gets Her Wish
Allman Brothers – Brothers Of The Road
Allman Brothers – Live At Great Woods
Allman Brothers – Live At The Beacon Theatre
America: A Tribute To Heroes
Audioslave
Backstage Pass – Concert Collection Vol. 1
Band, The – The Last Waltz SE
Beatles – Yellow Submarine
Bon Jovi – Live From London
Buena Vista Social Club
Cale, JJ – In Session
Clapton & Friends – Live In 1986
Clapton, Eric – 24 Nights
Clapton, Eric – Benefit Concert For Antigua
Clapton, Eric – Cream Of
Clapton, Eric – Live At Hyde Park
Clapton, Eric – One More Car, One More Rider
Clapton, Eric – Sessions For Robert
Clapton, Eric – Supershow
Collins, Phil – Face Value
Concert For George Harrison
Concert For New York City
Cream – Farewell Concert
Croce, Jim – Live
Dixie Chicks – An Evening With
DMX – Angel
Doors – Collector’s Edition
Doors – Live In Europe 1968
Down From The Mountain
Eagles – Hell Freezes Over
Eagles – Hole In The World
Etheridge, Melissa – Live… and Alone
Fogerty, John – Premonition
Harris, Emmylou – Spyboy - Live From Exit
Harrison, George – Concert For Bangladesh
Henley, Don – Live - Inside Job
I Want My DVD – Vol. 1
Jackson, Janet – Design Of A Decade
Jackson, Janet – Live In Hawaii
Joel, Billy – Essential Video Collection
Joel, Billy – Greatest Hits Vol. 3 The Videos
Kodo – Live At Acropolis
Korn – Take A Look In The Mirror Bonus DVD
Led Zeppelin
Little Feat – Highwire Act Live In St. Louis 2003
Little Feat – Rockpalast Live
Lynyrd Skynyrd – Freebird Movie/Tribute Tour
Lynyrd Skynyrd – Live From Steel Town
Lynyrd Skynyrd/38 Special – Extended Version
Marshall Tucker – Live From The Garden State 1981
Matchbox Twenty – Storytellers
McLachlan, Sarah – Mirrorball
Merchant, Natalie – Live In NYC
Metallica – Cunning Stunts
Metallica – Live Shit: Binge/Purge – Mexico City
Metallica – Live Shit: Binge/Purge – San Diego
Metallica – S & M
Metallica – St. Anger Rehearsals
Moody Blues – Hall Of Fame Live From RAH
MTV 20 Collection
MTV Video Music Awards Hip-pop
Music For Montserrat
Nickleback – Live At Home
Osbourne, Ozzy – Live At Budokan
Party At The Palace
Pavarotti, Luciano – The Recital
Pink Floyd – Live At Pompeii
Pink Floyd – The Wall
Raitt, Bonnie – Road Tested
REM – Roadmovie
Rolling Stones – Live At The Imax
Rolling Stones – Voodoo Lounge
Sade - Live
Santana – Sacred Fire Live In Mexico
Santana – Supernatural Live
Satriani, Joe – Live In San Francisco
Simon And Garfunkel – Concert In Central Park
Spears, Britney – Live And More
Spears, Britney – The Videos
Springsteen, Bruce – Complete Video Anthology
Springsteen, Bruce – Live In NYC
Standing In The Shadows Of Motown
Steely Dan – Aja
Tritt, Travis – Live & Kickin’
Twain, Shania – Live
U2 – Best Of 1990 – 2000 PROMO
U2 – The Joshua Tree
Ultimate Smash Hits – Bonus DVD
Usher – Live Evolution 8701
Van Halen – Video Hits Vol. 1
Vaughan, Stevie Ray – Live At The El Mocambo
Vaughan, Stevie Ray – Live From Austin Texas
Vaughan, Stevie Ray – Tribute To
VH1 Divas – Live 99
Warner Music Group Does DVD Vol. 2
Waters, Roger – In The Flesh Live
Who – Kids Are Alright
Woodstock – 99
Woodstock – The Director’s Cut
Young, Neil – Rust Never Sleeps
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Here's two movies I'ld like to see released...

Brooks, Garth – Live At Central Park
Marshall Tucker – Then & Now
Old 02-24-05, 12:43 PM
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SHOW: A Night in the Life of Matchbox Twenty (atlanta i think)
Goo Goo Dolls Live in Buffalo NY July 4th
James Taylor: PullOver
the other James Taylor DVD, forget the name
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Are we talking concerts or music videos, since both are on the list?

I've been saying that people really need to get to releasing video collections more!

One missing from your list that I have yet to get on DVD but love the video is Oingo Boingo's "Farewell" concert.
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It is IMPERATIVE that Universal release U2: UNDER A BLOOD RED SKY, U2: ZOO TV LIVE FROM SYDNEY and U2: POPMART LIVE FROM MEXICO CITY!!!

Oh, and Warners, how about PRINCE AND THE REVOLUTION LIVE!
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Originally Posted by chard31
Allman Brothers – Live At Great Woods
They totally ruined the DVD for this show!

Originally Posted by chard31
Harrison, George – Concert For Bangladesh
I don't believe this was a ever a legitimate release (still waiting!)
Also waiting for the 'No Nukes' concert.
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The best concert DVD That I've seen is Dream Theater's "Live at Budokan" - simply amazing.
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Behemoth: Live Exshaton - The Art of Rebellion (2000)
Cradle of Filth - PanDaemonAeon - Live London's Astoria 05/06/1998 (1999)
Dimmu Borgir - World Misanthropy (2002)
Opeth - Lamentations - Live at Shepherd's Bush Empire (2003)
Tenacious D - The Complete Masterworks (2003)
Who, The: The Kids Are Alright - Deluxe Director's Cut Edition (1979)

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No Doubt: Rock Steady Live
The Coors: Live in London
Sheryl Crow: C'Mon America
The Cranberries: Live in Paris
REM: Perfect Square
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Live from Slane Castle
Norah Jones
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My favorites:
Rush in Rio
Slayer - War at the Warfield
Slayer - Still Reigning
Megadeth - Rude Awakening

Second nod to GGD - Live in Buffalo. Also, although it's not a 'concert' per se, their Music in High Places DVD is great.
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Nine Inch Nails - And All That Could Have Been
Superjoint Ritual - Live in Dallas, Texas 2002 (not sure if this counts, its live footage mixed with interviews)


I'd love to see Woodstock re-released, the current is a flipper , I would also like to see Woodstock 94 moved to dvd (although I have the vhs, so one day I will convert this along with other unreplaceable vhs like the 99 ppv)
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Originally Posted by neilo13
Nine Inch Nails - And All That Could Have Been
Beaten to the punch. By far the best live DVD I've seen yet. It really does a great job of giving you the fan's perspective. Reminds me of actually attending the shows back in '00.
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I only own three dvd's of concert performances, by far my favorite of the three is Bjork: Live at Cambridge (completely kick ass concert!)

The other two I own are Joss Stone from Irving Plaza in NYC and Neil Diamond's greatest hits live (not sure where he's playing at).
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Some of my favorites:

Cyndi Lauper Live At Last
Carole King In Concert
The Monkees Live Summer Tour
The Gogo's In Central Park
Also picked up a copy Of Stevie Nicks At Red Rocks for $5 at K-Mart.
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Originally Posted by dick_grayson
Beastie Boys: DVD Anthology - The Criterion Collection (2000)
only b/c it's a criterion. I haven't been able to stand them since Check your head
Behemoth: Live Exshaton - The Art of Rebellion (2000)
Cradle of Filth - PanDaemonAeon - Live London's Astoria 05/06/1998 (1999)
Danzig - archive de la morte (2003) (god awful)
Dimmu Borgir - World Misanthropy (2002)
Metallica - Some Kind Of Monster (2004)
Metalmeister, Vol. 1 (2000)
Monsters of Metal - The Ultimate Metal Compilation Double DVD (2000)
Opeth - Lamentations - Live at Shepherd's Bush Empire (2003)
Slipknot - Disasterpieces (2002) (bought it only to see drum solo)
Tenacious D - The Complete Masterworks (2003)
Who, The: The Kids Are Alright - Deluxe Director's Cut Edition (1979)
Great list! Add to that:

Blind Guardian: Imaginations Through the Looking Glass
Marilyn Manson: Guns, God & Government (dts )
My Dying Bride: For Darkest Eyes
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Shagrath, is the Manson dvd that good? I was considering it but would like a fan's opinion

Justbarleymovin,
I also love this set and can't wait to see them this year (my favorite band), but the fact that i have to switch discs in the middle of it has always bothered me. Are there any other hidden features than the extra menu on disc 2 and the alternate angle on gave up (disc 1)?

that reminds me Nine Inch Nails - Closure should be coming to dvd at some point, apparently there are some rights issues with this
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AC/DC - Live at Donington
The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night
Dream Theater - Images and Words: Live in Tokyo/5 years in a lifetime
Dream Theater - Live at Budokan - 2 Disc set
Dream Theater - Metropolis 2000: Scenes From New York
Guns N' Roses - Welcome to the Videos
Iron Maiden - Rock in Rio
Iron Maiden - Visions of the Beast
Judas Priest - Electric Eye
Led Zeppelin - DVD (2 Disc Set)
Motley Crue - Greatest Video Hits (Explicit Version)
Police, The - Every Breath You Take - The Videos
Roger Waters - In the Flesh Live
Rush - Chronicles
Van Halen Live: Right Here, Right Now
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Nick Cave - God Is In The House
Social Distortion - Live In Orange County

next on the list is the Shane Macgowan/Popes and Cyndi Lauper DVDs. i am really hoping the old Cyndi Live In Paris will come out eventually too.
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Paul McCartney back in the US
Blood Brothers- Jungle Rules Live
The Who- Live at the Isle of Wright Fest 1970
Foo Fighters- Everywhere but home
The Clash- Westway to the World

would love to see concerts from
pete Yorn
Weezer
Concert for Bangladesh
ATDI
Ryan Adams
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Originally Posted by neilo13
Shagrath, is the Manson dvd that good? I was considering it but would like a fan's opinion

Justbarleymovin,
I also love this set and can't wait to see them this year (my favorite band), but the fact that i have to switch discs in the middle of it has always bothered me. Are there any other hidden features than the extra menu on disc 2 and the alternate angle on gave up (disc 1)?

that reminds me Nine Inch Nails - Closure should be coming to dvd at some point, apparently there are some rights issues with this
I don't think there are any other Easter Eggs, but I do believe that dvd.ign did a little bit on how to find all the hidden features a long time ago, right around when the DVD was released.

It does kind of suck having to switch discs, but I know they just didn't want to have to compress the hell out of everything. I've heard Trent's pretty anal about top-notch quality (which, hey, isn't such a bad thing).

I think the only thing that was keeping Closure from being released is that Trent & co. didn't want to have some unrelated company release it; they wanted to put it out themselves like they did for AATCHB. I'm looking forward to it. My VHS tapes are getting pretty dusty.
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McLachlan, Sarah – Mirrorball
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I really like The Pixies DVD (which includes both concert footage as well as their videos)
White Stripes Under Blackpool lights is pretty good as well.

I would love it if they put out MTV's Nirvana Unplugged concert.
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Originally Posted by scarredgod
Nick Cave - God Is In The House
Social Distortion - Live In Orange County

next on the list is the Shane Macgowan/Popes and Cyndi Lauper DVDs. i am really hoping the old Cyndi Live In Paris will come out eventually too.
I had Cyndi In Paris on Laserdisc years ago..loved the concert but the quality wasn't anything to brag about. It would be great to see a re-release on Dvd with improved video/audio and some extra features.

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