Thanks for the compliments on the Cowboy Junkies show from The Ark. That was quite the night. I wish we had shot video that night as well, but alas, this was not possible. Anyway, I'm pretty happy with how the recording turned out - the one thing that I wish I could change (but accidents do indeed happen) is the gain shift in the FOH mix during "Moonlight Mile". Still, all in all it's a pretty intimate recording.
You might also like this recording, made in a very small venue (in this show, the performers were seated in an arc on stage, so the strong left-to-right placement that you will hear on any given track is due to that): http://archive.org/details/CappsDonohoeIannaceJackAndKristLiveAtTheTrinityHouseTheater
Note that on the archive.org site, I try to post as much technical detail as possible so that others who may have an interest can read about where the mics were placed etc.
There are a few others out there that have posted since then (ones that I have done) and some of these also have video, ironically, from the same venue where the Cowboy Junkies show was recorded. So, here are the links to a few excerpts from a concert featuring a band called Sumkali, and all of the content in the videos from that show is binaural, made with the same type of mannequin head:
Akhian Udeekdian: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_oumi50dy0
and you can find other excerpts from that show just by browsing the YT site.
If you're into Kirtan (call and response chanting), here's another link. This show is (like the CJ show from The Ark) part binaural and part stereo (the stereo component comes from an OSS type of microphone that I designed and fabricated), however, there's a bit more stereo content in this relative to the binaural content. I had to post them on the site at 192 kbps mp3 (file size issues) but they still sound quite good for 192 kbps. http://kirtanannarbor.org/annarborholidaykirtan2012.cfm
Lastly (for now anyway), if you like Sam Roberts Band (Montreal, Canada), you might like this recording from The Fillmore Detroit: http://archive.org/details/SRB2009-11-28
This show is anything but acoustic, but it is fully binaural, again, made using a Neumann type KU 100.
I hope you enjoy the links...