Favorite Music DVD's
Mar 8, 2006 at 12:18 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 23

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This thread is to try and compile a list of the best music DVDs out there in terms of overall presentation, quality and content.
Here are some of mine:

1) Berliner Philharmoniker--"Beethoven Triple Concerto Choral Fantasy"
2) J Page & R Plant--"No Quarter: Unledded"
3) Various-- "A Tribute to SRV"
4) SRV & Double Trouble--Live at Montreux 1982&1985
5) David Gilmour-- David Gilmour in Concert
6) Led Zep-- 2 Disc Set (Picture of desert on cover released '03)
-other I'm forgetting...-
 
Mar 8, 2006 at 6:14 AM Post #2 of 23

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Santana - Supernatural
Sarah Mclachlan - Mirrorball
Sade - Lovers Live (although I was rather annoyed to find out that there was no DTS track despite the label saying there was one)
Matchbox Twenty - Storytellers (VH-1)
MTV Unplugged Finest Moments featuring Sinead O'Connor, The Church, LIVE, Soul Asylum, Oasis, The Cure, and Duran Duran (an absolute must own, but it's out of print)
Charlotte Church - Enchantment

Diana Krall's "Live in Paris" is also supposed to be really good, I've only seen clips, but everyone I've spoken with about it really liked it.
 
Mar 8, 2006 at 9:13 AM Post #3 of 23

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Still the best sounding music DVD IMHO Eagles "Hell Freezes Over"
Other favourites ...
Rory Gallagher "Rockpalast"
Roger Waters "In The Flesh Live"
Yes "Symphonic Live in Amsterdam"
Opeth "Lamentations"
Steely Dan "Two Against Nature"
Eric Clapton & Friends "Crossroads Concert"
... to name but six - Paul
 
Mar 8, 2006 at 5:37 PM Post #6 of 23

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Quote:

Originally Posted by PaulBoy
Still the best sounding music DVD IMHO Eagles "Hell Freezes Over"
Other favourites ...
Rory Gallagher "Rockpalast"
Roger Waters "In The Flesh Live"
Yes "Symphonic Live in Amsterdam"
Opeth "Lamentations"
Steely Dan "Two Against Nature"
Eric Clapton & Friends "Crossroads Concert"
... to name but six - Paul




Paul, I heard that on the Eric Clapton Crossraods concert a lot of the best performances were left out for editing reasons. Do you know anything about this?
 
Mar 8, 2006 at 5:42 PM Post #7 of 23

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Iron Maiden - Rock in Rio
Iron Maiden - Death on the Road
Epica - We Will Take You With Us
Alice in Chains - Unplugged
Diana Krall - Live at the Montreal Jazz Festival

alot of ones I want too
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Mar 8, 2006 at 6:47 PM Post #9 of 23

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The whole Boulez/Chereau Der Ring des Nibelungen from Bayreuth is fantastic. The Barenboim/Kupfer Das Rheingold is swell, too.

Roger Waters In The Flesh and Queen Live at Wembley Stadium are probably my favorite music DVDs that aren't opera. The new-ish release of Live Aid is also pretty great.
 
Mar 8, 2006 at 8:47 PM Post #10 of 23

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Good thread...

Levine/Metropolitan Opera - Der Ring des Nibelungen
Dream Theater - Live at Budokan
"What the Universe Tells Me" - based on Mahler's 3rd Symphony
Gentle Giant - Giant on the Box

How's that for an eclectic list of faves!
 
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The Band - Last Waltz
Depeche Mode - Devotional
David Gray - Live at the Point
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