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What is your favorite Concert DVD. Mine are 'Chris Botti Live in Boston', 'Hit Man: David Foster and Friends', and the Josh Groban Awake concert. Check out to see the best Blu-Ray, 5.1 surround sound and 24-bit/48kHz concert DVD's. 

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The eagles farewell tour concert is my favorite .

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Jeff Beck at Ronnie Scott's

Crossroads 2007


Two GREAT concert DVDs (well. I have the Beck concert on Bluray but close enough).


I have the AC/DC Donnington concert and it's not that good.  I have a feeling a lot of the live footage was overdubbed with studio/album audio as there are quite a few sync issues between the audio and the video beyond the fact that the sound is just a bit too polished.

Edited by leftnose - 10/6/10 at 2:21pm
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Rick Wakemans the 6 wives of henry VIII live at hampton court palace. just plain awesome

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Bee Gees - One Night Only

James Taylor - Live at the Beacon Theater

Fleetwood Mac - The Dance

Diana Krall - Live in Rio

Allison Krauss & Union Station - Live

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Beside some mandopop concert dvds, my favorite right now is Hatsune Miku 39's giving day concert in blu ray ... :)  I have watched/listened to it many times.


Super fast costume changes!

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801 Live Queen Elizabeth Hall.   Bill MacCormack bass awesomeness.


(although avoid 801 Live in Manchester. Beyond appalling.)




Blimey..... I appear to have lost the ability to Read The **** Instructions. Cannot distinguish between a DVD and a CD.... Apologies.


But you should definitely get the 801 Live, nevertheless.  Even if you have to build a shelf specially for it.

Edited by David - 7/13/11 at 12:05am
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Sade Live!

Buena Vista Social Club (moreso a documentary, but the concert footage here and there are MONEY!)

I need to find an official or bootleg Rahsaan Patterson Live video

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Roy Orbison and Friends - A Black & White Night


Peter Gabriel - Growing Up Live


David Byrne - Between the Teeth  (Actually I have this on VHS and LaserDisc ... don't think it's available on DVD .... pity.)



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